Blum has responded to the beauty of Nature throughout my career as an artist. This response has been incorporated into many continuing and wide-ranging themes in his work which include the effects of global warming, the cycles of nature in volcano eruptions and lava flows, the majestic forms of mountains and canyons, and the serene calm of Japanese landscapes and gardens. His travel to Asia and my research of Asian art and culture have had a profound impact on his work over a period of many years.
Buchanan Center for the Arts is pleased to present Moon River Student Art Contest, a new arts opportunity for area students! Students K-12th grade will exhibit artwork in any medium based upon the inspiration of Johnny Mercer’s and Henry Mancini’s 1962 Grammy Award winning song Moon River.
Reception is 12-2pm Saturday, November 3, with awards presented at 1pm. The public is invited to attend and support our youth in the arts! Refreshments will be served. Artwork will be on display in the BCA classroom through November 30. Click "read more" for award winners!
Artist credit: Melaina Blunt
Harlow Blum has responded to the beauty of nature throughout his career as an artist. This response is incorporated into many continuing and wide-ranging themes in his works which are on display at the Buchanan Center for the Arts October 30, 2018 - January 4, 2019.
Join us for an opening reception 5-7pm Friday, November 2, as we celebrate over 60 years of creativity. Blum will also join us for Old Friends Talk Art 10am Wednesday, November 14.