SOUTH BEND, IN – A selection of paintings spanning four decades of Michael Whelan’s career will be on display at the South Bend Museum of Art.
Jeff Miracola, Donglu Yu, and Kirsten Zirngibl join Michael Whelan for Worldbuilders. The exhibition offers stunning artworks by some of the most exciting artists today. What unites them is the depth, magic and wonder found within the extraordinary worlds they bring to life.
Michael’s contributions to the show include: Chanur’s Homecoming, The Dark Tower: The Crimson King, The Dark Tower: The Long Road, Ellie’s Dream, Hari (Foundation), In A World of Her Own, Weyrworld, and The Summer Queen.
The Korshak Collection will also be on view in the adjoining Warner Gallery from Nov 2 – Dec 29. That collection includes Master Mind of Mars.
Michael Whelan will be one of over 70 artists exhibiting work at the Abend Gallery in Denver as part of a breathtaking show of Imaginative Realism titled “Inner Visions.” The exhibition, which runs from October 8 through November 11, includes up and coming artists displayed side-by-side with award winning, world renowned paints.
Michael Whelan will be among the 90 juried artists displaying in the main show at IX9 (IlluXCon). The groundbreaking IX show is the world’s largest symposium dedicated solely to Imaginative Realism.
This will be Michael’s first appearance there in several years and a great opportunity to meet him and see his paintings in person.
Michael Whelan’s newest painting HARBINGER is on display beginning today as part of “infra:Real: The Art of Imaginative Realism.”
Curated by Patrick Wilshire, creator of Illuxcon, the show features many notable SF/Fantasy artists and showcases them in a new venue. The Jonathan LeVine Gallery has 2 locations in New York City’s Chelsea area, known for it’s art galleries and night life.
The next major exhibition of Michael Whelan’s artwork will be at Tree’s Place Gallery in Orleans, Massachusetts from July 19-24th, with an opening reception taking place on Saturday from 5-7pm.
Established on Cape Cod in 1986, the gallery at Tree’s Place is billed as one of America’s Finest Contemporary Galleries.