SUNDAYS ARE FREE

Throughout the duration of Rina Banerjee: Make Me A Summary of the World, enjoy free admission to the museum on Sundays.

Spaces Passed Through: New Paintings by Ted Walsh

Ted Walsh's work explores elements of place, memory, environment and history

  • <em>Put a Gun in His Hand</em>, 2014, Oil on panel, 81 x 37 in.

    Put a Gun in His Hand, 2014, Oil on panel, 81 x 37 in.

Ted Walsh (MFA '11) exhibited his newest paintings in Spaces Passed Through: New Paintings by Ted Walsh, in the Alumni Gallery of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (PAFA). Walsh’s landscapes and have a quiet presence that draws the viewer into his world of solitary buildings, and solitary figures in landscape. His depictions of everyday scenes are imbued with atmosphere and light. On looking at his work one is reminded of one’s own memories of places and experiences. Ted works primarily as a realist painter inspired by such American greats as Winslow Homer and Edward Hopper.

For more information about the Alumni Gallery, contact Tish Ingersoll at tingersoll@pafa.org or 215-391-4187