The Art of Nellie Gail Moulton

An avid en plein air painter, Nellie belongs to a larger movement of female artists who have recently gained significant recognition for their contributions to the arts.
THE ART OF NELLIE GAIL MOULTON
OCTOBER 7–NOVEMBER 21, 2021
RECEPTIONS: 
OCTOBER 7, 2021 6–9PM (Hosted by LCAD)
NOVEMBER 4, 2021 (First Thursdays Art Walk Reception hosted by Moulton Museum)
Please read our articles in Stu News Laguna and Laguna Beach Indy.
 

Laguna College of Art + Design’s BFA program in Drawing + Painting
is proud to present THE ART OF NELLIE GAIL MOULTON, a retrospective exhibition of paintings and drawings created by Nellie Gail Moulton (1878-1972).

An avid en plein air painter, Nellie belongs to a larger movement of female artists who have recently gained significant recognition for their contributions to the arts. Nellie created art throughout her entire life and studied with renowned artists such as William Wendt, Anna Hills, Frank Cuprien, and Edgar Payne (also showcased within this exhibition). Her work captures the rich beauty of nature, expressing her keen eye for detail and impressive use of color.

Curated by: Jennifer Keil + Cindy Keil (Moulton Museum), Bryan
Heggie (LCAD Gallery), and Hope Railey (Chair of LCAD Fine Arts).
374 Ocean Avenue
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
11AM-4PM Wednesday — Sunday
CLOSED Monday + Tuesday
For more information, visit moultonmuseum.org
CONTACT INFO: Gallery@lcad.edu | 949-376-6000
VISIT: www.lcad.edu

Nellie Painting above the Niagara Falls, circa 1930 (2017.05.142)
Shack at Fisherman’s Cove, Laguna, circa 1935
Shack at Fisherman’s Cove, Laguna, circa 1935
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