Elizabeth Frances Batty
TEmple of Minerva Medica, opposite page 97 in the book Italian Scenery from drawings made in 1817 by Miss [Elizabeth Frances] Batty (London: Rodwell & Martin, 1820)
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Pratt Manhattan Gallery: Cut and Construction: The Foundations of Fashion
The exhibition will outline the history of clothing construction from the assemblage of animal skins to the manipulation of woven fabric. It also will detail the evolution of dressmaking since the early 1900s, highlighting Madeleine Vionnet’s revo...
Pratt Manhattan Gallery: Terry Winters: Recent Drawings and Lithographs
Terry Winters uses varying media influenced by his study in fine art, architecture, and industrial design at Pratt Institute where he received his BFA in 1971. “While I was at Pratt, I was able to take classes in architecture, design, and the huma...
Pratt Manhattan: Visualization for Artists, Writers & Creative Thinkers
Visualization for Artists, Writers & Creative Thinkers is taught at
Pratt Manhattan. 295 Lafayette Street in New York City. It is 5
sessions, 3 hours a session. Saturday afternoons.
There are 2 textbooks that are purchased from the instructor....
Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts: New Chairman of the Australia Foundation for Culture and the
Mr Walker holds a number of high profile corporate positions, including joint MD of Hudson Conway Limited,
Chairman of the Australian Grand Prix Corporation, and Trustee, National Gallery of Victoria.
He is also currently the...
Pratt Institute: Selections from the Collection Fonds Regional d Art Contemporain du Centre, Orleans, France
Yona Friedman, a French architect known for his intriguing research into architectural form and structure, will give a lecture Thursday, February 8, 2001, at 5:30 p.m., Higgins Hall South, 65 St. James Place, Brooklyn, New York. Following the lect...
Hicks Gallery: Jeffrey Pratt: Travels and Reflections, A One Man Show
In good weather he paints outside, in bad inside with a still life or putting the finishing touches to yesterdays work. In this way he reaches areas that other painters find less accessible. We are sure that you will agree that his effort, commitm...
Conway and Pratt Projects: A Woman's Work is Never Done: a house of curiosities
The work of Conway & Pratt Projects is presented free to the public. Last seen in the Boston area as part of the Institute on the Arts and Civic Dialogue in 1999 with a Small Museum of Women’s Experience in Chelsea, Conway & Pratt has continued t...
Kontainer Gallery: Drawing Group Show: UK and American Artists
Jane Harris, winner of the 2002 Jerwood Drawing Prize, showed extensively
throughout Europe and is having her first solo show in US at Kontainer
Gallery in April 2004 and her first museum show is scheduled in 2005 at
Aldrich Museum, Connecticut...
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
The collection was removed from public display last summer for gallery renovation. The museum's collection of Fabergé objects is one of
the largest of any museum outside Russia.
The new, thematically organized Fabergé gallery features ...
Vitra Design Museum: Call to Artists: Design and Architecture Workshops in France
The courses are led by internationally prominent artists, designers and architects such as Humberto & Fernando Campana (Brazil), Toshiyuki Kita (Japan), Arik Levy (Israel), Shin & Tomoko Azumi (Great Britain), Ernst Gamperl (Germany), David Trubri...
Bayly Art Museum: The Heritage of Our Ancestors: Works by Jaune Quick-to-See Smith and
Quick-to-See Smith was born in 1940 on the Indian Mission Flathead Reservation in Montana.
She earned a degree in art education from Framingham State College, MA, in 1976 and an M.A.
from the University of New Mexico in 1980. She exhibit...
Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery: Nono Reinhold: The Stairs
In 1957 the artist rented a fifth-floor room in the rue Hautefeuille in Paris where she has lived and
worked for part of each year. The series of prints exhibited here reflects many years of thinking
about the form (and symbolism) of the...
Whitney Museum of American Art: Whitney Biennial 2004 Opens Tomorrow
Adam D. Weinberg, the Whitney's Alice Pratt Brown Director, said, "The Biennial is a great tradition that goes back to the Museum's earliest roots. This gathering of new and established artists plunges us into the present moment in American contem...
CAC Art Center (New Orleans): The Culture of Queer: A Tribute to J.B. Harter
In addition, selections from the permanent collection of the Leslie/Lohman Gay Art Foundation, that also collected Harter‚s work, will include seldom seen „queer art‰ works by Andy Warhol, Robert Mapplethorpe, Jack Pierson, Arthur Tress, Bruce of ...
Bayly Art Museum: Elements: New Work by Jan Aronson
Aronson’s nature explorations work on many levels. Her cloud formations
appeal to both emotional and mystical states with their ever-changing
imagery. Her landsc...
Stephen Cohen Gallery: Sheila Metzner
Metzner's career spans a remarkable range since she entered the advertising world in 1961. Her commercial work has been commissioned by Vanity Fair, Vogue, Rolling Stone, Conde Nast Traveler, and such clients as Bergdorf Goodman, Valentino, Ralp...
Muroff Kotler Visual Arts Gallery, SUNY Ulster: Astrid Fitzgerald: Cosmic Measures
Fitzgerald was born and educated in Switzerland. She immigrated to the United
States in 1961. She attended Pratt Graphics Center, the Fashion Institute of
Technology and the Art Students League, ...
Frye Art Museum: Lilian Broca: Mirrors and Reflections
Also on view are drawings from an
earlier series, Brides, a metaphor
for the conflict between t...
Skirball Cultural Center: Portraits of an Eternal People: A Jewish Family Album - Photographs by Zion Ozeri
Zion Ozeri is one of the world's leading photojournalists. Raised in Israel during a period of mass immigration, he interacted with many diverse cultures. This unique background gave him a cross-cultural perspective that suffuses his work. He grad...
Art Gallery of Mississauga: A Graphic Eye: Prints and Drawings from the Permanent Collection
A Graphic Eye gives the Gallery the opportunity to display a wide variety of prints from almost every print medium as well as a range of drawings featured in the Gallery's holdings. It offers a chance to expand on various printmaking techniques as...
International Fine Print Dealers Association: Twelfth Annual New York Print Fair
Since 1991, The International Fine Print Dealers Association has sponsored The Print Fair in New York City, the world's largest and most celebrated annual exhibition and sale of fine prints. The Print Fair is held at the Armory on Park Avenue and ...
SANFORD SMITH: 12th ANNUAL WORKS ON PAPER
Among the exhibitors showing Old Master drawings and prints will be R.S.
Johnson Fine Art (Chicago), Colnaghi Drawings (London), Galerie de
Loes (Geneva), Pia Gallo (New York City) and Marcellin-Ozanne (Pari...
University of Richmond Museums: Seen in Solitude: Robert Kipniss Prints from the James F. White Collection
Kipniss’ often repeated subjects - rolling landscapes, looming trees, still lifes and interiors - hark back to his youth in northwest Connecticut and suggest solitude, contemplation and reverie. Kipniss has stated that the “central impetus of my w...
Viridian Artists: 2nd East and West Clay Works Exhibition - New York
The "East & West" in the show's title also speaks to the range of influences and artistic expressions. The pieces presented in the exhibition are distinctive in terms of the nationality, the influence of tradition, the effects of transculturation ...
A4L Gallery: Alexis Portilla: Volumes and Incidents
Born in Mexico City in 1965, Alexis Portilla moved to New York City in 1970. He attended the “High School of Music and Art” in New York City. He received his B.F.A from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York and his M.F.A. from Columbia University ...
State Museum of Pennsylvania: ART OF THE STATE, 2004: the 37th Annual Juried Exhibition
Mr. Di Falco is featured in the 2004 and 2005 editions of WHO'S WHO IN AMERICA, because of his thirty year career in art. He is also the recipient of: a Artist's Residency in 2003 at The Philadelphia Museum of Art; a $30,000 Fellowship Award from ...
A Gathering of the Tribes Gallery: Chris Twomey: OMNI SERIES, Art and Genetics in a Digital Age
"OMNI SERIES" refers to "Omphalus," another word for navel and in Greek mythology, a totem regarded as the center of the earth.
"The umbilical cord, once the core of our existence/nourishment and our most profound human bond," says Twomey. ...
Ohio Art League: Call for Entries: 92nd Annual Spring Juried Exhibition
The curator for the exhibition is Peter Madden.
Mr. Madden studied at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn and Massachusetts College of Art in Boston. He is the recipient of an Artists’ Foundation Fellowship, a Massachusetts Cultural Council Award and a ...
Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art: Lisa Sanditz: Flyover
Sanditz is a visiting artist at the Kemper Museum, and this is her first solo museum exhibition.
In her paintings, Lisa Sanditz delves into the spaces and places found in the “flyover zone,” particularly those places outside the East and Wes...
Thomas Erben Gallery: Raha Raissnia: Epitaphios - Paintings, Works on Paper, and Painted Films
Raissnia physically engages the surface of all of her abstract works.
Each image emerges as a kind of performance of applying paint, rubbing,
erasing, sanding and reapplication until the moment of completion. The
final work exists as a result ...
Hudson River Museum: Ellen Kozak Paintings: Reflections on a River
Kozak’s vivid palette straddles the cusp between representation and abstraction and her fluid shapes depict continuous change and motion. Kozak paints from observation, but her pairings of colors are not often found in work by contemporary painte...
Brian Gross Fine Art: Robert Sagerman : Workings
In his gallery talk, Workings: The Realization of Objecthood in Painting and Jewish Mystical Practice, Sagerman will elucidate the relationship of Jewish mysticism to his work. For him, the meditative repetition of his working process becomes a tr...
chashama: Antonia Papatzanaki: Visions of Light
Papatzanaki’s works are geometric, and simultaneously intangible and vivid. Formally the work has two aspects; one linear-geometric and one natural-organic. Only the viewer’s physical movement can bring the work’s structure into unity, fully revea...
Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce: 2009 Delray Affair to Feature Eileen Seitz
The 2009 Delray Affair Commemorative Poster was created by Artist Eileen Seitz.
Eileen Seitz was born in midtown Manhattan, June 28, 1951, growing up and living in New York City, her interests in drawing and painting began at the early age o...
Metropolitan Museum of Art: Parks and Promenades: Maurice Prendergast
The exhibition is made possible by Robert Lehman Foundation, Inc.
Prendergast's highly finished Boston Public Garden watercolors glimpse
those intimate details of daily life — mother...
Parsons Exhibition Gallery, Parsons School of Design: Michael Kalil Retrospective: Design for the 21st Century
The model for this prototype will be included in the
exhibition. Also shown will be Kalil's Electronic Communications
Center, designed for Armstrong World Industries, residences and
industrial designs. Kalil's work has been extensively publish...
Vitra Design Museum: Design Workshops in France
In the period from July 07 – September 21, 2002 two workshops per week (Sunday through Saturday) will be taking place. These seminars will focus on practical work. Complementary lectures and discussions will also be provided. The 2002 workshops ...
William Traver Gallery - Tacoma: Shift: Charlotte Meyer and Maria Phillips
The main element in Shift is a large piece titled “Internal Diversions”, made of glass, steel and silver. This meticulous hanging sculpture symbolizes both organic systems and physical ornamentation. The viewer is reflected in its many mirrored ...
Vincent Pepi: Artist Expands Offering of Limited Edition Prints through absolutearts.com
Upon his return to the United States, the artist studied briefly with Hans Hofmann, painting works parallel with Pollock, DeKooning, Kline, Marcarelli and others. Like so many others, he felt Surrealism's impact, adapting automatic techniques and ...
Kunsthalle Helsinki: Mari Rantanen: Much of All at Once
Among the works seen for the first time in the Kunsthalle is Unbearable Lightness of Being (2004), an eight-part series of paintings born of the experience of the light and immateriality of the Taj Mahal. The work attracted a great deal of attenti...
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