Selections From the Permanent Collection – 1950 to the Present
Apr 08, 2022 – Sep 21, 2025
Selections from the Permanent Collection – 1950 to the Present focuses on the Museum’s holdings dating from the last 70 years, in particular gifts from Martha Randolph Daura; Ray Kass and Jerrie Pike and the Mountain Lake Workshop and Symposium; and Edwin A. and Lois B. Sieveking.
Artists on view include John Cage, Pierre Daura, Howard Finster, Dorothy Gillespie, Chrystella Meador, and Hunt Slonem, among others.
Dorothy Gillespie (American, 1920-2012), Autumn Clouds (detail), 1962, Oil on canvas, Collection of the Taubman Museum of Art, Gift of Mr. Edwin C. Woods, 1986.066
John Cage (American, 1912-1992), Not Wanting To Say Anything About Marcel Plexigram II, 1969; silkscreened Plexiglas mounted in walnut base, 14 1/2″ x 14 1/2″ x 14 1/2″, Purchased with funds from the Cherry Hill Endowment. 2006.005.001a‑i, .002
Ray Kass (American, born 1944), Wilson Creek Polyptych, 1991, watercolor on rag paper with beeswax/methylcellulose coating, mounted on canvas, Taubman Museum of Art, Gift from the Collection of Ruth and Richard Shack, 1995.006
Pierre Daura, (Catalan-American, 1896-1976), Daura with Cane and Brushes, circa 1970-1971, oil on canvas, Taubman Museum of Art, Gift of Martha Randolph Daura, 2003.026