PHIL SEALY: A Retrospective
Celebrating A Master Watercolorist & His Work
PHIL SEALY: A Retrospective is the first major museum exhibition devoted to the full scope of Phil Sealy’s career, widely considered to be among the most important and prolific artists of the Fox Valley region. The exhibition presents an unparalleled opportunity to view the artist’s development over more than six decades, beginning with his early three-dimensional carved work and concluding with his refined paintings in watercolor. Bringing together nearly 100 works from public and private collections.
Representing virtually every type of work Sealy has created, in both technique and subject matter, this retrospective includes works in wood, paintings, drawings, and informal plein air sketches. Among these are the artist’s well known, landmark paintings—–Feeding Time (1970), Heins Creek (1998) and Birch Shadows (2010).
Since its beginning in the 1960’s as the Appleton Gallery of Arts Association, to the Appleton Art Center, to what is now known as The Trout Museum of Art, Sealy has played a significant role in the organization. He continues to serve on the board of directors of the Fox Cities Building for the Arts/The Trout Museum of Art.
We are proud to celebrate Phil and his six decades of work and service.
The Trout Museum of Art Honors Arts Advocate & Master Watercolorist Philip J. Sealy
Saturday, April 21 @ The Trout Museum of Art
5:30 PM - Hors D'ourves
6:30 PM - Dinner
7:30 PM - Program
The Trout Museum of Art will host a dinner to celebrate Phil and his work. Details coming soon!
Docent-led tours will take place each Saturday during the exhibit at 11:00am. Gain greater insight into Phil Sealy’s works! Tours are FREE with museum admission.
January 20 – April 21, 2018
Children 10 and younger: Free
The Trout Museum of Art
Fox Cities Building for the Arts
111 W. College Avenue
Appleton, WI 54911
HOURS OF OPERATION
The Museum will be closed from Saturday, April 21st through Thursday, May 3rd for exhibit installation.
Admission varies by Exhibit.