The Mennello Museum Of American Art
The Mennello Museum of American Art endeavors to preserve, exhibit, and interpret the Museum's outstanding permanent collection of paintings by Earl Cunningham (1893-1977).
The Museum also seeks to enrich the public through special exhibitions, publications, and programs that celebrate outstanding traditional and contemporary American artists.
The Museum's Cunningham collection was donated by collectors Marilyn and Michael Mennello of Winter Park, Florida, and was opened to the public on November 22, 1998.
Horses/The American Landscape
April 6, 2007 - July 1, 2007
This will be the first Florida exhibit devoted to the work of this highly respected and collected American photographer.
The exhibit will feature two major bodies of work by this highly respected and collected American photographer. The images capture the energy, majesty and spirit of the American horse and the truly unique characteristics of the Western landscape. This will be the first time that Eastman's work has been shown in Florida.
Michael Eastman was born in 1947 in St. Louis and with the exception of his four years as an undergraduate at the University of Wisconsin, has spent his entire life there. As a photographer he is entirely self-taught. He once picked up the phone and called Ansel Adams to ask for technical advice on the zone system of photography. He is still amazed that not only did Adams answer the phone, but he also shared the information with a neophyte whose work he had never seen or heard of.
His first major body of work consisted of images of the formerly splendid, presently shabby interiors of "Embassy Row" in Havana. Besides the Cuba project, Eastman has done extensive series in the United States and Europe, as well as a series of digitally manipulated horse images and a series of studies of Rodin sculptures.
Color and form are the most important elements in Eastman's work; his approach has much in common with painting. "The job of any artist is to convey a different world to the viewer, to make people look more at what they are seeing every day," he says. One look at the highly saturated color and exquisite composition of his images allows the viewer to see just h...+ [ Read all ]
Impressionist Paintings of
April 27, 2007 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Please join us for a fabulous evening devoted to this beautiful exhibition. There will be no charge and light refreshments will be served.
Lilla Cabot Perry, Le Paravent Jaune (The Yellow Screen), 1907
Reception and Book Signing
June 15, 2007 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Please join us for a fantastic evening devoted to Michael Eastman's amazing photography exhibition.
Michael Eastman, Horse #23, 2006
March 3 and 4, 2007
February 3, 2007
Exhibit Opening Photo Gallery
Adults: $4.00 (plus tax)
Seniors (60+): $3.00 (plus tax)
Students with valid ID: $1.00 (plus tax)
Children under 12: Free
Members always admitted free
Tuesday â€“ Saturday
10:30am â€“ 4:30pm
Sunday Noon â€“ 4:30pm
Closed Mondays and major holidays
Coming from the East on I-4:
I-4 to the Princeton Exit. Turn left on Princeton Street. Go through light at Orange Avenue. Continue under pedestrian tunnel at Orlando Science Museum. Turn right at Science Museum Parking garage (Elgin Road). Turn left into Mennello Museum parking lot.
Coming From the East on US 17-92:
Take U.S. 1792 to Princeton. Turn Right onto Princeton. At first light, turn left into Mennello Museum and Orlando Science Center parking lots (Elgin Road). Turn left into museum Parking lot.
Coming from the West on I-4:
Take I-4 to Princeton Exit. Turn right on Princeton Street. Go through light at Orange Avenue. Continue under pedestrian tunnel at Orlando Science Museum. Turn right at Science Museum Parking garage (Elgin Road). Turn left into Mennello Museum parking lot.
Coming from the West on US 17-92:
Take 17-92 to Princeton Street. Go through light at Orange Avenue. Continue under pedestrian tunnel at Orlando Science Museum. Turn right at Science Museum Parking garage (Elgin Road). Turn left into Mennello Museum parking lot.
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