Rabbit Trackers

Mr. Higgins is an artist of the Taos Colony. He was born in Shelbyville, Indiana, in 1884. Mr. Higgins has visited Rockford on several occasions, exhibiting a number of pictures. In January 1924 he had four canvases here in an exhibition of work from the Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co. Galleries, Taos from the Hilltop, Winter Sun, A New Mexico Day and Cottonwoods. A fine example of his work is owned by Mrs. L.A. Shultz of Rockford, entitled A War Bonnet, in wonderful coloring; a very strong pictorial canvas. Mr. Higgins is married and has a 20-months-old daughter. He is always ready to talk with those who come to the gallery, and gives one an intimate sense of the subjects about which he speaks. When here last year, he spoke of the “Silent Arts and Their Great Influence: Painting, Sculpture and Architecture.”—RAM archives, 1925

Outer Harmonies

Outer Harmonies

DATES / 
2/3
5/28/2023
Midwestern Biennial

Midwestern Biennial

DATES / 
10/7
1/22/2023
CATEGORY / Multi-Media
TAGS / abstract