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ALDEN MASON: FLY YOUR OWN THING
May 14 – October 10, 2021
Bellevue Arts Museum

One-person exhibition at Bellevue Arts Museum, through October 10:
Alden Mason: Fly Your Own Thing is a magnificent solo show of Alden Mason’s work at the Bellevue Arts Museum. It just opened and it’s spectacular.

The exhibition was curated by Roger Hull, and highlights all periods of Mason’s work. Included are early landscape watercolors from the 1940s; Abstract Expressionist works from the 1950s; colorful Pop-art paintings of the 1960s; luminous oil paintings from the Burpee Garden Series in 1970s; patterned acrylic paintings made with squeeze bottles in the 1980s; figural works from the 1990s; and his late body of work in oil pastel and watercolor on paper made before he died in 2013.
To visit in person, go here to book a timed entry, see museum hours, admission fees and parking information for BAM. The museum is currently open Friday – Sunday but will open further as Covid restrictions are lifted.

Alden Mason Paintings

Publication of Alden Mason Foundation’s sumptuous book on Alden Mason, available now: Alden Mason Paintings, distributed by University of Washington Press.  The book is a 225-page comprehensive presentation of all phases of Mason’s career in full color illustrations. The book is now available at Greg Kucera Gallery, Bellevue Arts Museum, Foster/White Gallery, University of Washington Press, on Amazon, and fine bookstores soon. Price is $40 and we are selling it and taking orders now. It’s a large hard-cover book with a handsome slipcase.

See News and Events for other Alden Mason exhibitions and events.