Tag: #Culver

The Problem with the Saint

Given the degree of focus required in building exhibitions during the school year, research into artworks not germane to the “art of the day” is often suspended due to lack of time. However, with activity […]

The Humble Woodbury Takes a Bow

Yesterday, while finishing the installation of our first exhibition since Covid-19, a small collection of French portraits printed in the woodburytype process, a student asked me if the images on the wall were “original.” As […]

The Visual Voice

Transcending culture, spoken language, and time, all visual artists command a common visual vocabulary. Though universal, this visual language breaks into many dialects as artists evolve means of communicating that becomes their voice. Some common […]

Roman Golla and the Goddess Imagination

Born in the southern highlands of Poland, the paintings of Naïve artist, Roman Golla, reveal an intimacy with nature few urbanites experience. Rural people’s lives weave across the warp of the seasons. They understand the […]

Lady Holding A Portfolio

Her eyes are a pale hazel, her hair a deep auburn, delicately framing a slightly smiling face in curls.  She sits pink-cheeked, in a black dress among a background of sepia and Van Dyke brown, […]