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Have you ever thought about what the final works of artists say about their lives? It may be happy news -- or pausing -- to know the best is yet to come:
Rodin hasn't just been a "thinker" this year. He's been making the rounds. Here are two more exhibits to check out in our year-end roundup. At the Met and Cleveland Museum of Art: https://www.metmuseum.org/exhibitions/listings/2017/rodin; https://www.clevelandart.org/events/exhibitions/rodin-100-years
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A look at the work of Watkins alumni who have worked at the famed Anderson Design Group studio, which is known for high-quality original illustrated prints and books, and its new book on the National Parks.
Watkins at the Belcourt features the work of alumnus Xavier Payne. Payne is passionate about creating artwork with a nostalgic quality and rich colors.
Artists in their first year at Watkins display selections from this pioneering program that introduces interdisciplinary connections to emerging practitioners. The show opens at the December Art Crawl in the Watkins gallery at the Packing Plant in Wedgwood-Houston. Time: Gallery Hours
The January show at Watkins’s gallery in Wedgewood-Houston features the work of alumnus Xavier Payne.