Two Voices and Duets, an exhibition of art by W.E. “Bill” Shumway and Leslie Green, will be featured at Benton County Museum from Jan. 11-Feb. 16, announced Mark Tolonen, curator of exhibitions.
“When two innovative painters work together on the same canvas something special happens,” a press release on the exhibition reads. “Boundaries are pushed open and new territory is explored. In this exhibit individual male and female interpretations of nature transcend separateness and become a duet — a new kind of joy.”
The paintings by Shumway and Green include collaborative images on the same panels. An opening reception for the exhibition is planned for 5-6:30 p.m. Friday.
The Shumway-Green art will remain into mid-February and will be followed by a photography exhibition by David Paul Bayles with an opening reception set for Feb. 22. Other exhibitions coming in early 2019 include “Art: The 4th R” in April and Richard Bergeman in May.
The museum is open from 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays. Admission is free.