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In Retrospect By Ann Lovett, Nava Atlas, Maureen Cummins
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Catalogue for the exhibition, "In Retrospect: Artist's Books and Works on Paper by Maureen Cummins, Ann Lovett and Nava Atlas", with an essay by Joan Lyons.
Kate Hopkins: An Artist's Retrospective By Kate Hopkins
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A retrospective of creative, Kate Hopkins, maker of visual art, contemporary portraiture and illustration. Her work involves itself with combining her love of aesthetics and the discussion of various... More > and varying anthropological and sociological issues to produce oil paintings, drawings, animations, sculpture and prints.< Less
Kate Hopkins: An Artist's Retrospective By Kate Hopkins
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A retrospective of creative, Kate Hopkins, maker of visual art, contemporary portraiture and illustration. Her work involves itself with combining her love of aesthetics and the discussion of various... More > and varying anthropological and sociological issues to produce oil paintings, drawings, animations, sculpture and prints.< Less
Retrospective: SARAH WORTHINGTON By Jerald Glawe
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Mrs. E. B. Worthington was, in the real sense of the word, a pioneer in the early history of Sterling, Illinois. She was the first teacher in the area, beginning in 1838 with 5 boys and 5 girls as... More > students. Here she takes us back to those early days writing about her trip to the west. Includes biography of husband E. B. Worthington with historical photographs. Sarah McShane Worthington entitles her summary simply--Retrospective. Her message is supplemented with historical reference to her family which contributed greatly to the education and culture of the community. One writer comments that "there seems to have been no one woman of our city since her so brilliant and versatile as this first teacher, first poet, first artist, loyal friend and true patriort< Less
Spectra, Stream, Strata: A Retrospective of Northwest Artist Neil Meitzler By Dawn M. Forbes
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A Retrospective of Northwest Artist Neil Meitzler
Spectra, Stream, Strata: A Retrospective of Northwest Artist Neil Meitzler By Dawn M. Forbes
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A Retrospective of Northwest Artist Neil Meitzler
ArtDawgStudio Retrospective One By Doug Senteney
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A compilation of artist Doug Senteney's work from the end of the 20th century to the beginning of the 21st.
Corita: A Retrospective 1951-1985 By Ron Steen, Alexandra Carrera
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Corita (1918-1986 aka Sister Mary Corita and Corita Kent) gained international fame for her vibrant serigraphs during the 1960s and 1970s. A Sister of the Immaculate Heart of Mary from 1936, she ran... More > the Art Department at Immaculate Heart College in Los Angeles until 1968 when she left her religious community and moved to Boston. Corita’s art reflects her spirituality, her commitment to social justice, her hope for peace and her fascination with life and the world around her. Her artistic aesthetic is characterized by the use of popular culture, such as song lyrics, literary sources and advertising slogans as raw material for meaning-filled bursts of text and color produced in limited edition serigraphs.< Less
Mark Yale Harris, A Retrospective - Thomas Riley Galleries By ARTWORK international
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A retrospective of sculptural works by artist Mark Yale Harris
I/O: A William Harsh Retrospective By Vessel Gallery
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A catalogue for the Vessel Gallery (Oakland CA) retrospective show in November, 2012, of William Harsh (1953-2012), the San Francisco Bay Area painter, printmaker and teacher. Essays by art critic... More > DeWitt Cheng and art historian Paul Karlstrom discuss this intensely individualistic artist who studied with Philip Guston in Boston in the 1970s and continued the modernist painting tradition exemplified by Guston, Picasso and others against more experimental trends in art, forging a powerful, dynamic style that melds abstraction and figuration. Harsh's life and career raise provocative questions for contemporary audiences about tradition, innovation and individualism. 25 pages.< Less