Skinner In-Depth with Kolin Perry
Join Kolin Perry for an in-depth tour of End of the Range: Charlotte Skinner in the Eastern Sierra.
Charlotte B. Skinner (1879-1963) was an artist and educator living in the Eastern Sierra of California from 1905 to 1933. She spent her early life in San Francisco, immersing herself within a community of professional artists working and exhibiting there. After moving to the remote, rural community of Lone Pine, California, her home on Brewery Street became an escape from the hustle and bustle of the Bay Area for artists and friends seeking community among the company of other artists.
This exhibition features original paintings and drawings of the Eastern Sierra by Charlotte B. Skinner. It also includes works by artist-friends including Dorothea Lange, Maynard Dixon, Roi Partridge, Sonya Noskowiak, Ralph Stackpole, and William Wendt, along with Panamint Shoshone baskets from her own personal collection.
It is accompanied by a small publication with an essay written by Kolin Perry.
Generously supported by John A. White, Jr., in memory of Charlotte Skinner’s grandson, James Skinner.