Drawn from Brandywine's extensive archives, Three Decades of American Printmaking presents 147 color and black-and-white photographs. Highlighting works by such influential artists as Eugene Grigsby, Woodsworth Jarrell, Margo Humphrey, and Louis Delsarte, this important volume displays the richness the Workshop has brought to contemporary art. Essays by Halima Taha, Lois H. Johnson and Patricia Smith, Keith A. Morrison, and Claude Elliott introduce the Workshop itself, explore its significance in relation to printmaking and education, and offer a closer look at some of the many distinguished artists and printers who have participated in its programs. Extensive information on the Brandywine Workshop's exhibitions, collection, and artists, in addition to a glossary and bibliography, complete a volume which sheds new light on an institution dedicated to enhancing the role of culturally diverse artists through the medium of prints.The Brandywine Workshop Collection Allan L. Edmunds ... Steven Hardy, Quinnardo McVay, Darryl Loach, Danny Torres, Eric Vanderlust, Danny Ford, Ellon Lewis, Edwin Arocho. ... art consultant, and educator, provided expert advice and enabled Brandywine staff and writers to focus the effort on the multiple audiences and needs that the publication serves. Several distinguished individuals contributed essays, listings, and documentation, These include essayists Lois M. Johnsonanbsp;...
|Title||:||Three Decades of American Printmaking|
|Author||:||Allan L. Edmunds|
|Publisher||:||Hudson Hills - 2004|