Dixon Gallery and Gardens presents Lee Littlefield sculptures exhibition

. April 9, 2012

The Dixon Gallery and Gardens presents Lee Littlefield sculptures in an exhibition on view through July 01, 2012.


Lee Littlefield, Dixon Gallery and Gardens

Texas artist Lee Littlefield brings his colorful, fantastical sculptures to the Dixon this spring. His larger-scale, interactive works will be installed throughout the Dixon gardens in March, and his more intimately-scaled, intricate works will be installed in the Dixon’s Mallory and Wurtzburger Galleries in April.

Founded in 1976 by Hugo and Margaret Dixon, the Dixon Gallery and Gardens is a fine art museum and public garden distinguished by its diverse and innovative programs in the arts and horticulture. The Dixon features a permanent collection of over 2,000 objects, including French and American Impressionist paintings and significant holdings of German and English porcelain. The museum organizes and presents eight to ten exhibitions every year, the diversity of which appeals to visitors of all ages. The Dixon’s 17 acre campus is highly regarded public garden that includes formal spaces, woodland tracts, and cutting gardens. The Dixon is accredited by the American Association Museums and is a member of the American Public Gardens Association and Botanical Gardens Conservation International.

Dixon Gallery and Gardens, 4339 Park Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee 38117
Office: (901) 761-5250 FAX: (901) 682-0943
www.dixon.org

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