Citations with the tag: ARTISTS
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- A volatile and hard-to-predict market.
Hutchinson, Brian // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine; 3/1/93, Vol. 20 Issue 11, p11
Surveys contemporary artists in the province who follow their own rules and whose works are selling. Douglas MacLean's comments on an independent spirit in Alberta; Growing appetite for less traditional art; Work of Lethbridge landscape artist Takao Tanabe; Example of Attila Richard Lukacs; His...
- The fine art of selling.
Hutchinson, Brian // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine; 8/2/93, Vol. 20 Issue 33, p34
Describes Prime 8, an artist cooperative in Calgary that eschew's government funding and relies on the artists wits and some entrepreneurial flair. The Prime 8 collective will move into its first storefront location this summer and hopes to sell original art in the form of hand-painted cards...
- From clinician to artist; from artist to clinician.
Fleming, Mari Marks // American Journal of Art Therapy; Feb1993, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p70
Discusses the author's identity and experiences as she balances her artistic and art therapy professions. Part I: Personal account; Personal background leading to both professions; Creative process in art therapy; Balance of love and work; Conclusions.
- From clinician to artist; from artist to clinician.
Lachman-Chapin, Mildred // American Journal of Art Therapy; Feb1993, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p76
Explains the author's role as an artist and art therapist and, how they affect each other. Part II: Another perspective; Artist's and the patient's needs; Competition in arts; Competition for jobs in therapy; Artist's unique vision; Use of art to heal, to form connections, to affect people and...
- The Harlem Renaissance.
Lachman-Chapin, Mildred // Cobblestone; Feb1991, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p4
Presents an overview of the Harlem Renaissance, a 1920s artistic movement featuring black artists. Reasons for Renaissance; Informal groups; End to Renaissance in 1930s.
- The Maine attraction.
K.A.C. // Christian Science Monitor; 8/4/97, Vol. 89 Issue 174, p10
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- A touch of splash.
Nelson, S. // Harper's Bazaar; Feb89, Issue 3326, p124
Briefly profiles three successful women artists from New York City. Ana Corbero, Mimi Thompson, Lindsay McCrum.
- Soul of the plains.
Gold, T. // Harper's Bazaar; Jul89, Issue 3331, p20
Examines the popularity of contemporary artists' depictions of Native American culture. Top Native American painters; Rediscovery of works from the 1920s Taos school.
- Broad strokes.
Kemp, John R. // Louisiana Life; Winter1999/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p30
Features artists who hail from Louisiana.
- You're A What? Medical Illustrator.
Stanton, Michael // Occupational Outlook Quarterly; Winter91/92, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p41
Profiles the uniquely skilled professionals who bring you the see-through people in the biology books. Medical illustration combines art and science to convey information; Illustrators use a variety of media; Prerequisites for admission to the rigorous certified programs; Programs generally...
- Industrious arts.
Silverstein, V. // Texas Monthly; Aug90, Vol. 18 Issue 8, p90
Profiles five Texas artists who are producing commercially viable designs related to their fine art, such as Regina Thomas' glass art, Jim Magee's bronze-and-iron andirons, and Haydn Larson's ceramics.
- Broadside hits.
Thompson, Helen // Texas Monthly; Apr93, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p102
Describes the comeback of Austin's poster artists, including Danny Garrett, Jim Franklin, Bob Frye and others. Texas Poster Art Collection at the University of Texas; How the comeback began; How the poster artists have been asked to incorporate their designs into computer images; More.
- Political support of Peekskill's art colony sketchy, artists say.
Prenon, Mary T. // Westchester County Business Journal; 9/18/95, Vol. 34 Issue 38, p8
Reports on the call by artists in Peekskill, New York for increased political support for efforts to expand the area's artists' colony. Art organizations in the area; Officials' response to the call; Planned building with condominium apartments for artists; Call for more support for local art...
- Artists move into mill.
Prenon, Mary T. // BusinessWest; Mar96, Vol. 12 Issue 11, p47
Reports on the addition of two more artists to the roster of artists and artisans working and exhibiting at Indian Orchard Mills in Springfield, Massachusetts.
- When is an artist an artist: An analysis of factors related to claiming membership in this...
Wassall, Gregory H.; Alper, Neil O. // Journal of Arts Management & Law; Winter90, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p37
Presents a study intended to find out the qualifications needed to be considered an artist. Methodology of study; Qualifications of self-identified artists; Results and conclusions of study.
- Arts & artists.
Walmsley, Bonnie Brown; Camp, Annie-Marie // Instructor-Intermediate; May/Jun97, Vol. 106 Issue 8, p25
Focuses on various artists and looks at how they express themselves. Details on artistic records; Description of scientific art; Information on personal portraits. INSET: Resources..
- Noted Artists, Photographers, and Sculptors of the Past.
Walmsley, Bonnie Brown; Camp, Annie-Marie // World Almanac & Book of Facts; 2000, p337
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- Gaudi and Dali, the art of excess.
Giralt-Miracle, D. // UNESCO Courier; May89, Vol. 42 Issue 5, p32
Discusses the lives and work of Architect Antoni Gaudi (1852-1926) and painter Salvador Dali (1904-1989), both native of Catalonia, a region of Spain. Gaudi's use of patterns present in nature. Dali's art education; Surrealism; Dali Theatre-Museum (Figueras, Spain).
- Arts scene.
Cornelius, C. // American Visions; Oct89, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p8
Presents brief reports of the news in the black entertainment industry in such areas as dance, radio shows, sculpture and video.
- New expressions.
Cornelius, C. // American Visions; Feb1991, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p11
Lists artists who have been chosen for the California Afro-American Museum's third biennial showcase of `emerging artists.' The museum selected artists who treat their media in a different, nontraditional way.
- Did you know...
W.A.B. // American Visions; Aug/Sep92, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p12
Presents information on the arts. Trumpeter Clark Terry's role on `The Tonight Show'; Photographs by Los Angeles photographers Kirk McKoy, Lester Sloan, Bruce Talamon and D. Stevens that were added to the `Songs of My People' exhibit at the California Afro-American Museum; Awards recieved for...
Murphy, Anthony // American Visions; Aug/Sep92, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p14
Profiles eight Afro-American artists whose artistry defies traditional boundaries while addressing issues relevant to African-American heritage. Colin Chase's use of shovels, pitchforks and chains to create powerful sculptural plays on form, time, and language; Nena St. Louis; Sonya Walker; La...
- Meet your illustrator.
Zwerger, L. // Cricket; Mar1991, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p11
Relates experiences from the author's childhood which led her to become an illustrator. INSET: Selected books illustrated by Lisbeth Zwerger..
- Realist artists.
Zwerger, L. // House Beautiful; Jun84, Vol. 126 Issue 6, p39
A look at the realist artists who value and explore the figure, the landscape, the still-life, and whose art defines the physical world around us.
- Art: Artists by artists.
Rosenblum, R. // Architectural Digest; Jul89, Vol. 46 Issue 7, p132
Examines portraits of artists by other artists. Sense of professional and personal equality seen; Examples from the 19th and 20th centuries.
- Startling cultural symbols.
Livingston, J. // Americas; Mar/Apr88, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p42
Description of the background to the traveling exhibit of works by 30 Hispanic artists. The paradox of Mexican philosopher Octavio Paz's statement that `their culture is ancient, but they are new.'
- Lost and found.
Stroessner, B.; Dewalt, T. // Americas; Jan/Feb89, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p60
Talks about history and background of a long-lost painting, `St. Francis Before the Pope,' painted by Cristobal de Villalpando in 1601. Villalpando was the greatest artist of Mexican High Baroque. Decries the fact that the painting's worth diminished once it was established as the work of a...
- Three artists of Cuzco: Three centuries of colonial art.
Stroessner, B.; Dewalt, T. // Americas; Mar1990, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p56
Discusses the art of Pedro de Vargas, Diego Quispe Tito, and Marcos Zapata against the background of the history of Cuzco, Peru. Inca capital city; Art tradition born in churches; Cuzco mestizo school; Smuggling and deterioration endangering these works.
- Bright visions, fine contours.
Mujica, B. // Americas; May1991, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p44
Profiles the work of several Latin American women artists. Among them are: Anamario Hernandez of Mexico, Ruby Aranguiz of Chile, Hilda de Quesada-Collins of Cuba, and seven others.
- Trash, talk, and politics.
Solnit, R. // Sierra; Jul/Aug90, Vol. 75 Issue 4, p48
Photo essay of various works by ecological artists. Mierle Laderman Ukeles; Newton and Helen Mayer Harrison.
- Young artist.
Lorenzo-Rivero, S. // Arts & Activities; Nov90, Vol. 108 Issue 3, p30
Expresses the feelings of the author, an 11th grade student at Olympus High School in Salt Lake City, Utah, on her maturing artistic ability.
- Unfolding a hidden rainbow of cultures.
Grigsby Jr., E.; Colchado, J. // Arts & Activities; Feb1991, Vol. 109 Issue 1, p26
Contains several profiles of artists from a variety of cultural and ethnic traditions. Artists personal comments and examples of their work are featured; Artists include Luis Jimenez, Zarco Guerrero, Roger Shimomura, George Tsutakawa, Dan Townsend, Shan Goshorn, Betty Blayton, and Rip Woods.
- Next up.
Agovino, Michael J. // Esquire; Jul97, Vol. 128 Issue 1, p31
Offers information about the projects being undertaken by various artists. 1997 exhibits of the photographer Nan Goldin; Movie projects of twice-Oscar nominated actress Joan Allen; Projects of Canadian director Atom Egoy.
- Painted icons.
Nasatir, Judith // Interior Design; Jul97, Vol. 68 Issue 9, p21
Discusses the work of New York painter Sally Davies. Description of Davies' work; How Davies can be contacted to find out more about her work.
- Moving pictures.
Larson, K. // New York; 4/24/89, Vol. 22 Issue 16, p86
Art review. Report on Martin Scorsese's sketch of the rugged, tormented painter Lionel Dobie in the trilogy `New York Stories,' in which artist Chuck Connelly's hands do most of the painting. Reviews other artists and landscape painters.
- Apocalypse now.
Larson, K. // New York; 5/29/89, Vol. 22 Issue 21, p66
Art review. Discusses the art exhibition of Ed Ruscha, which is one of the season's best shows. Also covers sculptors Saint Clair Cemin and Erik Levine, and artist Philip Taaffe.
Larson, K. // New York; 4/30/90, Vol. 23 Issue 17, p50
Describes the opening party for the Russian-emigre artists Vitaly Komar and Aleksandr Melamid at the Brooklyn Museum. Background and work of the artists; Attendance at the opening; Promise of a retrospective in Moscow next year.
- Artists on the beach.
Hoban, P.; Namuth, H. // New York; 7/1/91-7/8/91, Vol. 24 Issue 26, p38
Discusses how, come May, New York's artists leave town and head for the Hamptons. Looks at various artists and collectors who make the annual retreat to the beach; Rich art history of the area; Artist's studios.
- Four American artists of the 80s.
Hoban, P.; Namuth, H. // Esquire; Mar1987, Vol. 107 Issue 3, p76
Four American artists of the 1980's are profiled. They are Robert Longo, Julian Schnabel, David Salle and Eric Fischl.
- Suitable for framing.
Hoban, P.; Namuth, H. // Esquire; Mar1989, Vol. 111 Issue 3, p164
Photo essay with text profiling three artists, Lari Pittman, Roger Herman, and Tim Ebner, and their choices of American-designed summer-weight suits. Thoughts on their creative work.
- Four by four.
Hoban, P.; Namuth, H. // Esquire; May89, Vol. 111 Issue 5, p120
Profile of the four artists who make up Boyle Family, Mark Boyle, 54, Joan Hills, 53, and their children Sebastian, 27, and Georgia, 24, and their works as collective artists.
- The ghost of Esquire past.
Hoban, P.; Namuth, H. // Esquire; Dec89, Vol. 112 Issue 6, p204
Presents some hints about the mysteries of the Varga Girl, the centerfold drawing created by the artist, Varga.
- The Soho syndrome.
Hoban, P.; Namuth, H. // Newsweek; 9/22/86, Vol. 108 Issue 12, p80
America's urban nomads are artists looking for cheap housing and studios, the thing that made Soho famous. Artist reclamation projects have now begun to flourish in other places as well, but rezoning laws and `trendy' boutiques soon force artists out again. Examples.
- Art in the carpet mills.
Fallon, Bill // Westchester County Business Journal; 4/12/2010, Vol. 49 Issue 15, p16
The article discusses the move of the Yoho artists to host an open house in the former Alexander Smith Carpet Mills on Nepperhan Avenue in Yonkers, New York wherein thirty artists will open their studios.
- No more nice girls.
Tamblyn, C. // Art Journal; Summer91, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p53
Examines recent videotapes, including: `Two Bad Daughters,' `No More Nice Girls,' `Mayhem,' and `The Constant State of Desire,' to review the cultural stereotypes about `bad girls.' The purpose of focusing on explicit sexual representation and eschewing positive role modeling; Focuses on...
- Ritualizing ritual's rituals.
Townsend-Gault, Charlotte // Art Journal; Fall92, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p51
Discusses how many Native American artists are succeeding in preserving the nature of their people's rituals in their art. The importance of ritualizing ritual's rituals; How the culture of land claims is inventing itself; The recent confrontation at Oka between Mohawk warriors and the Securite...
- Postmodern parody.
Ryan, Allan J. // Art Journal; Fall92, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p59
Discusses how Native American artists have incorporated political statements in their work by using the techniques of postmodernism. The 1969 book titled `Custer Died for Your Sins: An Indian Manifesto,' by Vine Deloria; Native American artist Linda Hutcheon's concept of postmodernism; Bill...
- The artist's true friend.
Ryan, Allan J. // Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy; Nov96, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p170
Presents a thought on messes (work mess) as being the artist's true friend. Perfectionism as mean, frozen form of idealism; Includes quotes from Vonnegut.
- Billy Masters.
Ryan, Allan J. // Gay & Lesbian Times; 4/16/2009, Issue 1112, p50
The article offers information on various artists in the U.S. including Jack Wrangler, Tory Mason, and Gale Harold.
Ryan, Allan J. // American Theatre; Nov96, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p67
Reports on opportunities for theater artists as of November 1996. Grants for residencies; Actors theater; Workshops.