The opening of a new show this season in Palm Desert introduced the Art Public to Bernard Stanley Hoyes’s Rag series. In contex that has the earth, …“RAGS IN THE SANDS OF TIME” The Evolving Rag Series
“Spirit of the Land through Climate Change” Exhibition on view at San Bernardino County Museum has been held over til March 30, 2020
PALM DESERT, Calif. – Sept. 3, 2019 – Visual Artist Bernard Hoyes installs “Spirit of the Land Through Climate Change,” an exhibition of large scale watercolor paintings that speaks to the ecological life of the Desert. The works evokes beauty and spirituality, ultimately observing the transmogrification by climate changeover the past ten years. The exhibition will be on view at the San Bernardino County Museum from November 17, 2019 through March 8, 2020, with an opening reception, November 17, from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Raised into a family rooted in Jamaica’s revivalist church, Hoyes memories of religion and rituals have influenced his artistic productivity throughout his life. His celebration of traditional African religion and spirituality continues to find universal appeal, exciting audiences worldwide. Oprah Winfrey, Natalie Cole, Steve Harvey, Helene Galen, Keenan Ivory Wayans and the National Urban League are among his collectors. Selections of Hoyes’ work have been featured in several television shows including the Showtime cult classic series, Different Worlds and “Dexter.”
Los Angeles 2012, Hoyes produced “Se7en Paintings, a Multidisciplinary Performance” which brought Hoyes’ art to life, thru Dance, Music, and Pantomime on the Ford Amphitheatre Stage. Most recent exhibits include “Evolving Art Practice, Rags to the Revival Series” at the Museum of African American Art (MAAA) in 2017. He co-curator “Visual Voice” at the Riverside Art Museum
Visit “Spirit of the Land Through Climate Change” at http://bit.ly/BERNARDHOYES. For more information about Bernard Hoyes visit www.bernardhoyes.com. For information about San Bernardino County Museum visit www.sbcounty.gov/museum or call (909) 798-8608. The museum is located at 2024 Orange Tree Lane in Redlands.