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Watts Towers, Jo Farb Hernandez Dec 2001

Watts Towers, Jo Farb Hernandez

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Sherkin Island Art Degree Project, John O'Connor Nov 2001

Sherkin Island Art Degree Project, John O'Connor

Academic Articles

In 1998 Dublin Institute of Technology formed a partnership with the Sherkin Island Development Society to deliver a pilot programme in Art and Culture on an offshore island in the Atlantic. Developed around the needs of the local community the programme utilised a combination of live and remote teaching methods built around a series of intense workshops. The paper traces the genesis of the project and addresses three main questions: what it cost; what resources were required; and how it might be sustained. The pilot ran from October 2000 to May 2001and was so successful that a second offering has ...


Textile Society Of America Newsletter 13:3 – Fall 2001 Oct 2001

Textile Society Of America Newsletter 13:3 – Fall 2001

Textile Society of America Newsletters

Northampton, MA
Member News
University of Minnesota Programs in Apparel
Member News, Letter from the President
TSA News, Info Exchange
Textile Network: Textile Center of Minnesota
Calls for Papers, Grants & Fellowships, Conferences & Symposia
Conference Reviews
Exhibit Reviews, Exhibitions Calendar
Lectures/ Workshops, Tours/Courses, Publication News
Call for Nominations


Ua68/5/1 Portfolio, Vol. 1, No. 3, Wku Art Department Oct 2001

Ua68/5/1 Portfolio, Vol. 1, No. 3, Wku Art Department

WKU Archives Records

WKU Art Department newsletter regarding exhibitions, commissions, conferences, meetings, workshops, lectures, research and art on campus.


Young Geniuses And Old Masters: The Life Cycles Of Great Artists From Masaccio To Jasper Johns, David W. Galenson, Robert Jensen Jul 2001

Young Geniuses And Old Masters: The Life Cycles Of Great Artists From Masaccio To Jasper Johns, David W. Galenson, Robert Jensen

Art & Visual Studies Faculty Working Papers

There have been two very different life cycles for great artists: some have made their greatest contributions very early in their careers, whereas others have produced their best work late in their lives. These two patterns have been associated with different working methods, as art's young geniuses have worked deductively to make conceptual innovations, while its old masters have worked inductively, to innovate experimentally. We demonstrate the value of this typology by considering the careers of four great conceptual innovators - Masaccio, Raphael, Picasso, and Johns - and five great experimental innovators - Michelangelo, Titian, Rembrandt, Cézanne, and Pollock. Recognition of the ...


Textile Society Of America Newsletter 13:2 – Spring 2001 Apr 2001

Textile Society Of America Newsletter 13:2 – Spring 2001

Textile Society of America Newsletters

Northampton Silk Project
Collections News
Textile Study at University of California – Davis
Letter from the President
TSA News
Shep Award Nominees
Member News
Info Exchange
Textile Network: Friends of Fiber Art
Conference Reviews
Calls for Papers
Conferences & Symposia
Exhibitions Calendar
From the Editor
TSA Symposium 2002
Lectures/Workshops
Tours/Courses
TSA Calendar


Zephyrus, Western Kentucky University Jan 2001

Zephyrus, Western Kentucky University

Student Creative Writing

No abstract provided.


Performing (In) The Grave, Heath Diehl Jan 2001

Performing (In) The Grave, Heath Diehl

English Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


A Stained Glass Artist’S Adventure Into Sculpture: Adding A New Dimension To My Work, Robert N. Oddy Jan 2001

A Stained Glass Artist’S Adventure Into Sculpture: Adding A New Dimension To My Work, Robert N. Oddy

School of Information Studies - Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Abbott H. Thayer's Anticipation Of A Computer-Based Method Of Working, Roy R. Behrens Jan 2001

Abbott H. Thayer's Anticipation Of A Computer-Based Method Of Working, Roy R. Behrens

Faculty Publications

This article describes the practice of Abbott H. Thayer (1849-1921) of working on several copies of the same painting, taking each to a different conclusion. It compares that method to the current computer-based practice of using the SAVE AS command to create copies of a digital artwork or design, which can then also be taken to different conclusions.


The Stieglitz Circle, Nicole Crawford Jan 2001

The Stieglitz Circle, Nicole Crawford

Sheldon Museum of Art Catalogues and Publications

The Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery and Sculpture Garden is pleased to present The Stieglitz Circle, the fourteenth annual Sheldon Statewide exhibition. Sheldon Statewide is a unique collaboration between the Sheldon Gallery, the Nebraska Art Association (a nonprofit volunteer membership organization dedicated to the advancement of the visual arts in Nebraska) and the efforts and cooperation of the many Nebraska communities that serve as exhibition venues. The mission of the Sheldon Gallery is the acquisition, exhibition, and interpretation of 19th- and 20th-century American art. Each year twenty works from the collection are circulated throughout the state of Nebraska.

The 2000-2001 Sheldon ...


American Paintings From The Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery An Institutional History In Pictures, Daniel A. Siedell Jan 2001

American Paintings From The Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery An Institutional History In Pictures, Daniel A. Siedell

Sheldon Museum of Art Catalogues and Publications

The Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery and Sculpture Garden at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is pleased to present American Paintings from the Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery: An Institutional History in Pictures, an exhibition of more than forty-nine paintings that celebrates an important part of the Gallery's considerable permanent collection, which, for over one-hundred years , has come to define its identity and mission as an art museum. Boasting a permanent collection of nearly 13 ,000 objects , the Sheldon Art Gallery has sought to present the historical development and aesthetic diversity of 19th and 20th-century American art in various media.

But the ...


Making Sense Of The Senses: The Body, The Brain And Modern Art, Will South Jan 2001

Making Sense Of The Senses: The Body, The Brain And Modern Art, Will South

Sheldon Museum of Art Catalogues and Publications

I magine, as so many artists, musicians, writers, poets and dreamers have tried to do so many times in so many ways, a universal Ian - guage-one that could be understood by anyone in any place at any time. However implausible such a language may seem, however romantic, naIve, or flatly impossible, its creation in visual terms was a common pursuit of early modern painters, those working in the first decades of the 20th century. At the beginning of this new millennium, we may ask afresh if all these past imaginings and pursuits were but elegant and finely wrought pipe dreams ...


Making Sense Of The Senses: The Body The Brain And Modern Art, Will South Jan 2001

Making Sense Of The Senses: The Body The Brain And Modern Art, Will South

Sheldon Museum of Art Catalogues and Publications

Imagine, as so many artists, musicians, writers, poets and dreamers have tried to do so many times in so many ways, a universal language-one that could be understood by anyone in any place at any time. However implausible such a language may seem, however romantic, naive, or flatly impossible, its creation in visual terms was a common pursuit of early modern painters, those working in the first decades of the 20th century. At the beginning of this new millennium, we may ask afresh if all these past imaginings and pursuits were but elegant and finely wrought pipe dreams, or if ...


The Visual Culture Of: Prairie Schooner, Daniel A. Siedell Jan 2001

The Visual Culture Of: Prairie Schooner, Daniel A. Siedell

Sheldon Museum of Art Catalogues and Publications

The Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery and Sculpture Garden is pleased to present The Visual Culture of PRAIRIE SCHOONER, an exhibition of forty images from the pages of one of the more distinguished literary magazines in the country. Celebrating its seventy-fifth year of publication, the Prairie Schooner almost from the outset became a much sought after venue for the publication of poems, short fiction, criticism, and personal essays for many of the nation's important and soon-to-be important writers. This exhibition explores the role that visual imagery has played in this important and influential magazine. If, as Henry Rago asserts, "a ...


Textile Society Of America Newsletter 13:1 – Winter 2001 Jan 2001

Textile Society Of America Newsletter 13:1 – Winter 2001

Textile Society of America Newsletters

American Tapestry Alliance
Collections News
Textile Study at University of Hawaii
Letter from the President
TSA News
Lillian Elliott Award
TSA Symposium Evaluation
TSA Symposium Site Seminars
Conference Reviews
Exhibit Reviews
New Members
TSA Listserve
Calls for Papers
Conferences
Exhibitions Calendar
Publications
Virtual Textiles
Tours/Courses
Lectures/Workshops
Membership Application
TSA Calendar


The Pots Of Jatumpamba, Joe Molinaro Jan 2001

The Pots Of Jatumpamba, Joe Molinaro

Art and Design Faculty and Staff Scholarship

Narrative and photo essay describing the work of the Jatumpamba women potters living in the highlands of southern Ecuador, written by Joe Molinaro and Nancy Bronner.


Pandolfo Collenuccio's "Specchio D'Esopo" And The Portrait Of The Courtier, Giancarlo Fiorenza Jan 2001

Pandolfo Collenuccio's "Specchio D'Esopo" And The Portrait Of The Courtier, Giancarlo Fiorenza

Art and Design

No abstract provided.


The Athenian Murders, Charlotte Strick, Sky Bergman Jan 2001

The Athenian Murders, Charlotte Strick, Sky Bergman

Art and Design

Jacket design: Copyright © 2001 by Charlotte Strick. Jacket photograph: Copyright © 2001 by Sky Bergman.


The Greeks Have A Word For It (Bookcover), Sky Bergman, Archie Ferguson Jan 2001

The Greeks Have A Word For It (Bookcover), Sky Bergman, Archie Ferguson

Art and Design

Cover photograph © Sky Bergman 2001 Cover design by Archie Ferguson


Glyptotek, Copenhagen, Demark. 1996., Sky Bergman Jan 2001

Glyptotek, Copenhagen, Demark. 1996., Sky Bergman

Art and Design

Photographing from a distance using a panorama camera, Bergman captures the unique spatial quality and grandeur of the museum architecture. In the gallery the marble sculptures assume a unique sense of presence which helps to emphasize the temple-like quality of the interior.