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Color Field

Take a whimsical romp through the North Forest this summer and experience Color Field, a new, outdoor exhibition featuring large, colorful sculptures against the lush backdrop of Crystal Bridges’ Ozark forest.

Saturday, June 1, 2019 to Monday, September 30, 2019
Saturday & Sunday 10am to 6pm | Monday 11am to 6pm | Wednesday - Friday 11am to 9pm | Closed Tuesdays
Rates/Admission Prices

$16 (free for members and youth ages 18 and younger)

Location
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
600 Museum Way
Bentonville, AR 72712
Hours of Operation

Saturday | Sunday 10am to 6pm
Monday 11am to 6pm
Tuesday | Closed
Wednesday | Thursday | Friday 11am to 9pm

The artworks in Color Field invite viewers to engage all the senses, from Spencer Finch’s Back to Kansas, a billboard-sized grid gleaned from the artist’s own repeated viewing of The Wizard of Oz, to Sam Falls’s interactive sculptures that welcome viewers to explore color through sight and sound. Along the way, learn about color theory, discover some of today’s exciting contemporary artists, and immerse yourself completely in this enchanting exhibition to experience the impact color has on our lives.

Photo Credit:
Amanda Ross-Ho
The Character and Shape of Illuminated Things (Facial Recognition), 2015
Fiberglass, steel, wood composite panel, acrylic latex, neon, acrylic, electrical components
110 x 124 x 70 in.  
Installation view of Public Art Fund at City Hall Park, New York, 2015
Photo by Liz Ligon © Amanda Ross-Ho. Courtesy of the artist and Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York

Assaf Evron
Untitled (Backdrop for the Neubauer Collegium), 2018
Aluminum, plywood, paint, and varnish, each approximately 
90 × 48 × 48 in. 
Courtesy of the artist.