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Rembrandt, Durer and Goya

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The Marvel of Old Masters

Some of the most exquisitely detailed works of Rembrandt, Goya and Dürer were on display in Rembrandt, Goya and Dürer: The Marvel of Old Masters. The exhibit featured more than 100 engravings, etchings and woodcuts from these legendary artists.

The greatest master of Baroque art, Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669) created more than 300 etchings during his lifetime. His famous self-portraits and etchings of religious subjects revolutionized the medium and greatly influenced such artists as Goya, Whistler, Chagall and Picasso. Francisco Goya (1746-1828) was the most important Spanish artist of the late 18th and early 19th centuries. His drawings and engravings reflected the great social upheavals of his time. Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528) was the preeminent printmaker of the German Renaissance. His engravings exerted a huge influence on such major artists as Raphael, Titian and Parmigianino.

Works appearing in the Marvel of Old Masters were on loan from the Park West Museum in Southfield, Mich.


Kaylin Warden

External Affairs Coordinator

Kaylin Warden joined the Monthaven Arts and Cultural Center staff in 2024 as External Affairs Coordinator. In this post, she organizes special off-site events and manages the organization’s external communications. She also works with the development department by updating the MACC’s customer relations database, and she assists the executive director in setting up exhibitions. Above all else, Kaylin is passionate about the arts. It comes as no surprise, then, that she is now pursuing a master’s degree in art history. When she’s not at the MACC, you can find her reading her favorite books (especially ones dealing with maritime mysteries), cooking, gardening, playing with her cat and two dogs, and cheering for the Nashville Predators.

Ruth Chase

Regional Arts Director
Ruth Chase is the Regional Arts Director of Monthaven Arts and Cultural Center, joining the team in 2023. For Ruth, the job is all about community, bringing people together to uplift and educate artists and art lovers alike. Her role at Monthaven is to strengthen the local artist community and build connections that will enrich Hendersonville and our surrounding communities through art exhibitions, art education, and opportunities for regional artists.
Prior to joining Monthaven, Ruth worked in the arts for over 30 years and is a multimedia artist and graduate of the San Francisco Art Institute. Her artistic practice is inquiry-based and engages in community bridge-building. She was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation from the City of Los Angeles, curated and juried exhibitions, and has taught at the Crocker Art Museum.
Ruth was awarded an Artist-in-Residence for Artist Activating Communities through a grant from the California Arts Council for three consecutive years. Her film Belonging screened at both the 18th Annual Nevada City Film Festival and Wild & Scenic Film Festival. She has received the Legendary Female Artist of Venice award, and she has exhibited in The Crocker Kingsley, the Museum of Northern California Art, and the Diego Rivera Gallery at the San Francisco Art Institute. Ruth also continues her work as a Curatorial Consultant and Art director for the Californian Indigenous Research Project, where she has worked with the local tribe since 2018.