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Biennial Regional Jurors Choice Competition 2011



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February 5 – March 10, 2011

A juried selection of works in various media by artists who live within 30 miles of Keene or are Friends of the Thorne.

   

Art of Africa: Objects from the Collection of Warren Robbins

'Ceremonial Mask,' Yaka People, Democratic Republic of Congo “Ceremonial Mask”Yaka People
Democratic Republic of Congo

September 3 – October 31, 2010

This exhibit, which highlights the private collection of the founder of the National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution, depicts how life and art come together in African culture. Sculpture, textiles, beaded clothing and jewelry, accompanied by music and photographs, represent the creativity and diversity of artistic expression of nearly 30 cultures of sub-Saharan Africa.

The Friends of the Thorne Education Program for area schools, Oct. 18-29, focuses on Art of Africa.

Art of Africa is from the collection of the Robbins Center for Cross Cultural Communication and organized by International Arts & Artists, Washington, D.C. Educational materials for Art of Africa were funded in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

International Arts and Artists

Double Exposure: African-Americans Before and Behind the Camera

Smokinjoe, Hank Willis Thomas, color photograph “Smokinjoe” Hank Willis Thomas
color photograph

October 23 – December 12, 2010

This exhibition explores the African-American cultural experience through photographic works from the 19th and 20th centuries and includes photographs, albums, cased images, and contemporary artworks that incorporate vintage photographic imagery.

Opening/Closing Reception:

Friday, October 22
5:30-7:30 p.m.

Hosted by Friends of the Thorne at the gallery. Stephen Lucey, who teaches art history at Keene State College, talks about the “Art of Africa” exhibit and Jonathan Gitelson, who teaches photography at KSC, speaks about the “Double Exposure” show.

Gallery Hours

Photography Lecture: Double Exposure

Tuesday, October 26, 7 p.m.

Mabel Brown Room, Young Student Center. Hank Willis Thomas, a photographer whose work is in “Double Exposure,” will speak and show slides of his photographs that deal with the language of advertising. This lecture is sponsored by the Thorne Gallery and the KSC Office for Diversity and Multiculturalism.

This exhibition was organized by The Amistad Center for Art & Culture, Inc., Hartford, Connecticut, and sponsored by Aetna.

Aetna

  

Passionate Pursuits

June 4 – July 25
September 3-30, 2010

Keene State College Alumni, Faculty, Staff, and Our Community Partner the Friends of the Thorne Share Their Creations and Collectibles

     
'Risk and Rewards,' Ali Lichtenstein, mixed media art quilt

"Risk and Rewards,"
Ali Lichtenstein,
mixed media art quilt

  

Emerging Art: The Annual Keene State College Art Students Exhibition

April 17–May 8, 2010

The exhibit features works by graduating B.F.A. and B.A. art majors.

  • B.F.A.: Paige Husted, Jeannine Laginhas, Laura Mann, Erin Slingsby, Cat Harris, Miles Warner, Elina Nykanen, Jessica Yager
  • B.A.: Madeleine Basso, Julia May, Caitlin Galli, Katherine Gordon, Jeanette Leclaire, Samantha Gorneault, Kirstin Hayes-Hand, Caitlin Wilkinson.

Graphic Design Portfolio Review: More than 20 graphic design seniors will open their portfolios and showcase their best design work Friday, April 16, 4-8 p.m. at the Media Arts Center (next to the Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery). Refreshments available.

  

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Biennial Keene State College Art Faculty Exhibition

January 23–February 28, 2010

This exhibition showcases recent work in a variety of media by Keene State College studio art and graphic design faculty members Rosemarie Bernardi, Richard Carlson, Daniel Carr, William Cass, Mary Crawford, Melissa DiPalma, Robert Kostick, Ann Laroche, Paul McMullan, Stephanie Nichols, Walter Nicolai, Joan O'Beirne, Yuan Pan, Lynn Richardson, John Roberts, Katharina Rooney, Peter Roos, Tanya Rudenjak, and Craig Stockwell.

     

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Migrations: New Directions in Native American Art

September 12–November 24, 2009

The Migrations project, partially funded by grants from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts, was developed to identify and showcase emerging Native American artists who are working with a contemporary vocabulary.

  
'A Moment of Silence' Star Wallowing Bull, 2004, lithograph

"A Moment of Silence"
Star Wallowing Bull, 2004, lithograph

    

Downstream: Current Works on Water by Six Artists

September 12–November 24, 2009

Artists use water as inspiration and metaphor in a variety of innovative media and also address the issue of the shrinking global availability of clean water.

This exhibit about the importance of water and water conservation will be the focus of the Friends of the Thorne’s annual Education Program for area school children, scheduled for Oct. 19-30, 2009.

  
'Warm Winter' Nathalie Miebach
"Warm Winter"
Nathalie Miebach, mixed media sculpture
    

Out of Sequence: Underrepresented Voices in American Comics

October 24–December 6, 2009

Celebrating creators of comics, both historical and contemporary, from underrepresented demographics, including women and minorities. The works in this exhibition also extend the boundaries of the comics form, embracing nontraditional techniques and experimental design and story elements.

  
Perfect Thighs' Kris Dresen, 2005, digital projection
"Perfect Thighs"
Kris Dresen, 2005, digital projection,
©Kris Dresen
  
  

Keene State College
Celebrating Our Centennial 1909-2009:
100 Years of Academic Community

June 5–August 2, 2009
reopens September 12–27

Link to KSC Centennial site An exhibit of photographs and memorabilia chronicling the college, its students, faculty, and staff from 1909 to the present.

Also featuring:
"Photographs by Andy Warhol and Other Gifts to KSC"
A small selection of the 150 Warhol original Polaroids and gelatin silver prints given to the gallery by the Andy Warhol Photographic Legacy Program and several prints which are part of a recent donation to the college by Robert P. Hubbard of Walpole, N.H.

Gallery Hours

  
'Couple in Front of Hale Building' photographer unknown
"Couple in Front of Hale Building"
photographer unknown, 1953
'Dorothy Hamill' Andy Warhol
"Dorothy Hamill"
Andy Warhol, 1977, Polacolor Type 108
  

Emerging Art, the Annual KSC Art Student Exhibition

April 18–May 9, 2009

The KSC Department of Art presents works by senior studio art majors and other students taking art courses.

Gallery Hours

     

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Biennial Regional Jurors Choice Competition

January 24–February 26, 2009

A juried exhibition of works in a variety of media by artists living within a 30 mile radius of Keene or who are members of the Friends of the Thorne.

Jurors are:

  • Gail E. Sauter from Kittery, Maine, a master pastelist and a Copley artist
  • Bert Yarborough from Hartford, Vermont, contemporary artist and an associate professor of art at Colby-Sawyer College

Jurors Choice honorees

  

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Selections from the Hubbard Collection

January 24–February 26, 2009

A sampling of the 56 works of fine art recently donated to Keene State College by Robert P. Hubbard of Walpole, N.H. The collection includes paintings, drawings, prints, and sculpture by such artists as Elaine de Kooning, Albert Hirschfeld, William Hogarth, Francisco de Goya, N.C. Wyeth, and others.

  
'Scene at P.J. Clark's' Leroy Neiman
"Scene at P.J. Clark's"
Leroy Neiman, (American, b. 1921)
serigraph on paper, 1978
  

Sea of Birds

March 9-12, 2009

An interdisciplinary storytelling performance using history, memory, and the power of the imagination by White Box Theater.

The public is invited to view the installation March 9 & 10 and attend three performances March 12 at 6, 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. For tickets to the performances, call the Box Office at 603-358-2168 or order online.

  
Sea of Birds image
  
African/American Influences: The Art of Faith Ringgold
'Groovin-High' by Faith Ringgold
Faith Ringgold
"Groovin-High"

September 8 -
November 23, 2008

An African-American artist and author exhibits story quilts, oils from the 1960s, works on paper, prints, tankas from the 1970s, and soft sculpture such as masks and dolls.

  
  
Facing the Holocaust:
25 Years of the Cohen Center
at Keene State College

November 7 -
December 7, 2008

Featuring works by Samuel Bak, an artist and a Holocaust survivor; Leslie Starobin, a photographer who creates digital montages, and photographer Clemens Kalischer, a member of One by One that brings together the children of Holocaust survivors and German families.

  
Dreaming Jacob, Samuel Bak, 1999, oil on canvas
Dreaming Jacob
Samuel Bak, 1999,
oil on canvas
1.9.44, Leslie Starobin, 2008, montage, iris print
1.9.44
Leslie Starobin, 2008,
montage, iris print
  
Untitled, Clemens Kalischer, date unknown, photograph
Untitled
Clemens Kalischer, date unknown,
photograph
  
Earth & Spirit:
Contemporary Indigenous Art from Australia and New Zealand
'Emu's Nest'
"Emu's Nest"

September 8 -
October 19, 2008

This exhibit by guest curator John Royal features indigenous art in a variety of media, including paintings and traditional forms such as weaving and carving in wood and jade.

  
  
Leonard Weisgard and Others: An Illustrator's Journey

June 7 -
July 27, 2008

This exhibit showcases the work of Caldecott Award winner Leonard Weisgard and other artists who illustrate children's books from the Keene State College Children's Literature Festival Gallery Collection and the Thorne's permanent collection.

  
Leonard Weisgard illustration from 'The Golden Christmas Tree'
Leonard Weisgard
illustration from
"The Golden Christmas Tree"
Leonard Weisgard illustration from 'My Book of Prayers: Holidays and Holy Days'
Leonard Weisgard
illustration from
"My Book of Prayers: Holidays and Holy Days"
  
Emerging Art:
The Annual Keene State College Art Students Exhibition

April 19-
May 11, 2008

The KSC Art Departments presents works by 19 graduating art majors. One gallery features artwork by seven bachelor of fine arts students graduating in May. Twelve other students expecting to receive bachelor of arts degrees have their artwork featured in the second gallery along with other students' works.

The paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures, and ceramics were selected by art department faculty from work students completed in all levels of art classes throughout the academic year.

Public Reception:
April 18, 2008;
5:30-7:30 p.m.

In conjunction with "Emerging Art," the Art Department sponsors a Graphic Design Senior Portfolio Review on the same day as the exhibit's opening reception, Friday, April 18, from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. in the Media Arts Center.

  


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The Biennial Keene State College Art Faculty Exhibition

January 26 –
March 9, 2008

An exhibit of works in a variety of media by Keene State College studio art and graphic design faculty members features works by retiring professors Samuel Azzaro and Henry Freedman, who both taught more than three decades at KSC. Other faculty showing recent works are Rachelle Beaudoin, Rosemarie Bernardi, Richard Carlson, Dan Carr, William Cass, Mary Kendra Crawford, Karen Dolmanisth, Marsha Hewitt, Robert Kostick, Ann Laroche, Stephanie Nichols, Walter Nicolai, Yuan Pan, Christa Parravani, Lynn Richardson, John Roberts, Katharina Rooney, Peter Roos, and Craig Stockwell.

Lecture: "An Art Historian's Circus," Monday, February 11, 7 p.m., Thorne Conference Room: Professor Henry Freedman, who is retiring after teaching art history courses for 37 years at Keene State, explains his favorite historic works of art. Sponsored by the KSC Department of Art.

  
Freedman mixed media
"Houdini's Drawer"
Henry Freedman, 2007
mixed media
Samuel Azzaro 'Bucket' porcelain
"Bucket Terra Sig"
Samuel Azzaro, 1999
porcelain
  
On Gilded Pond:
The Life and Times of the Dublin Art Colony

November 2 -
December 9, 2007

Artwork and memorabilia by nationally known 19th-century artists of the Dublin Art Colony in New Hampshire highlight the artistic and social milieu that surrounded this creative community. Notable artists from the colony include Gifford Beal, Frank Weston Benson, Barry Faulkner, Alexander James, Rockwell Kent, William Preston Phelps, Joseph Lindon Smith, Edmund C. Tarbell, and Abbott H. Thayer.

To learn more about Mount Monadnock, which inspired many Dublin Art Colony artists, visit: www.monadnockmountain.com

This exhibit is supported in part by a grant from the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.

  
'Monadnock in Winter' Richard Meryman oil on canvas
"Monadnock Winter"
Richard Meryman
oil on canvas
'And the Woman Must Weep' Rockwell Kent  lithograph on stone
"And the Woman Must Weep"
Rockwell Kent
lithograph on stone
New Hampshire State Council on the Arts graphic
  
From Cassatt to Wyeth:
American Masterworks from the Mitchell Museum

September 14 -
November 11, 2007

The Thorne is one of the national venues for this rarely seen exhibit of 33 paintings, works on paper, and sculpture by Thomas Eakins, Mary Cassatt, Childe Hassam, John Singer Sargent, George Bellow, Robert Henri, Andrew Wyeth, and other American masters

For more information about the "Cassatt to Wyeth" exhibit, visit: www.artsandartists.org/

   The Table Garden - Childe Hassam
  
Old Homestead Garden Club Juried Flower Exhibit

October 12-14, 2007

Floral arrangements inspired by artworks on display in the Thorne Gallery.

  
  
In Residence: Artists & the MacDowell Colony Experience

September 4 -
October 14, 2007

In celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the MacDowell Colony, the Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery at Keene State College and The Art Gallery at the University of New Hampshire co-organized this invitational exhibition featuring works in various media by nine New England visual artists who have been in residence at the MacDowell Colony.

Selected artists for this exhibit include Rosemarie Bernardi from Keene, N.H.; Tom Chapin from Phippsburg, Maine; Jim Coates from Lyndeborough, N.H.; Roberta Delaney, from Sherborn, Mass.; Grant Drumheller, New Castle, N.H.; Beth Galston, Carlisle, Mass.; Olivia Parker, Manchester, Mass.; Susan Schwalb, Watertown, Mass.; and Judith Stone, from Burlington, Vt.

Film Screening and Reception: Tuesday, September 4, 7 p.m., screening of Seasons of MacDowell, four short films by MacDowell Fellows at the Putnam Arts Lecture Hall, Redfern Arts Center on Brickyard Pond, followed by a reception, hosted by Friends of the Thorne, at the Thorne Gallery.

   Ginkgo Wall, detail - Beth Galston
  
Illusionary Space and Other New Encounters

June 1-
July 29, 2007

Contemporary art from the 1960s to the 1990s that plays with and examines space and spatial relationships culled from the Thorne Gallery and Keene State College collections. This exhibit premières works by Tony DeBlasi, Jack Lembeck, and Theodoros Stamos, all gifts to the college from the Louis K. Meisel Gallery in New York City, and a sculpture by Blanche Dombeck donated by Cheshire Medical Center/Dartmouth-Hitchcock Keene. Other artworks from the gallery and college collections also are displayed.

   Anothony DeBlasi's work 'I'm Always Chasing Rainbows'
  
Emerging Art: Annual KSC Art Students Exhibition

April 14 –
May 6, 2007

The KSC Art Department presents an exhibition of recent works in a variety of media by studio art and graphic design seniors and other students taking art courses.

  


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Biennial Regional Jurors Choice Competition

January 20 –
March 2, 2007

A juried exhibit of works in various media by artists who live within 30 miles of Keene or are members of the Friends of the Thorne.

January 19, 2007,
5:30-7:30 p.m.
Opening Reception

      Shawn Huckins, a Keene State College graduate, received the People's Choice Award for his acrylic on canvas, Sawyer's Dairy Bar, in the 2007 Biennial Regional Jurors' Choice Competition.
  
Prints by Women: Selected Work

September 22 –
December 10, 2006

The exhibition reflects the achievements of women artists and their changing vision, paralleling the increasing social freedom experienced by women. These works present a sampling of various artistic movements and techniques in the field of printmaking in the 19th and 20th centuries.

September 22, 2006,
5:30-7:30 p.m.
Public Reception hosted by the Friends of the Thorne

   Ann Nooney artwork
  
Techniques and Styles: A Sampling of Paintings and Drawings

September 22 –
December 10, 2006

This educational exhibit provides an opportunity for audiences to study a variety of techniques and media used in creating two-dimensional works of art and to learn about significant movements in Western art. These exhibits are on loan from the Georgia Museum of Art, University of Georgia.

   Paul Cezanne artwork
  
The Simple Art: Printed Images in an Age of Magnificence

November 9 –
December 10, 2006

These works by 16th-century Italian printmakers are borrowed from New England public collections. The exhibit was curated by Patricia Emison, Professor of Art History and Humanities at the University of New Hampshire. This exhibition was organized by The Art Gallery, University of New Hampshire.

November 17, 2006,
5:30-7:30 p.m.
Public Reception hosted by the Friends of the Thorne

  
  
Art = Body + Mind: How Psychic and Physical Health Inform Artistic Expression

June 9 –
October 15, 2006

(closed August 5 –
September 4)

The exhibit features: The Tipping Point: Health Narratives from the South End, an interactive interdisciplinary installation; How to Draw Yourself Out of a Hole by Anne Harris; videos; prints by Rosemarie Bernardi, and examples of an integrated learning assignment by KSC students in a 3-D design class. Read more...

September 8, 2006: Public reception and gallery walk-through, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Gallery talk with the artists, 6-6:30 p.m., followed by time for questions and conversation. Hosted by the Friends of the Thorne.

  
  
Selections from the Collection, featuring the Dublin Art Colony

June 2 –
August 4, 2006

This exhibit features 19th-century artists from the Dublin Art Colony, which flourished around Mount Monadnock into the 20th century. The exhibit includes three pieces by local artist Barry Faulkner; the works have recently been restored and framed. Read more...

  
  
Emerging Art: The Annual Keene State College Art Students Exhibition

April 17 –
May 7, 2006

The KSC Department of Art presents an exhibition of recent works in a variety of media by studio art and graphic design seniors and other students taking art courses at KSC.

Opening Reception:
April 21, 5:30-7:30 p.m., hosted by Friends of the Thorne

  
  
  
The Biennial Keene State College Art Faculty Exhibition

January 21 –
February 26, 2006

The exhibit ranges from traditional art, such as charcoal drawings and oil and watercolor paintings, to the experimental, including vintage dolls and prints, anodized enamel, installation and computer art, and toy cars affixed with epoxy. Faculty exhibitors are: Sam Azzaro, Rosemarie Bernardi, Richard Carlson, Mary Kendra Crawford, Henry Freedman, Marsha Hewitt, Robert Kostick, Ann LaRoche, Walter Nicolai, Chris Nitsche, Yuan Pan, Christa Parravani, John Roberts, Katharina Rooney, and Craig Stockwell.

Works by Rosemarie Bernardi, associate professor of art, and Marsha Hewitt, chairperson of the Art Department, will be showcased in one gallery. Both Bernardi and Hewitt created numerous works of art during recent sabbaticals from the college classroom.

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Opening Reception:
January 20, 5:30-7:30 p.m., hosted by Friends of the Thorne

     

  
Women's Caucus For Art: "In Our Hearts and on Our Minds"
June 4 –
August 5, 2005

reopens
September 6-23, 2005

Juried artworks exploring personal, political, or social issues of interest to artists who are members of the Women's Caucus for Art chapters in New Hampshire, Boston, and Central Massachusetts.

Opening reception:
Friday, June 3, 5:30-7:30 p.m.,
hosted by Friends of the Thorne
   Image: “Do We Have Enough Stuff Yet?,” collage, Donna Catanzaro.
  
Selections from the Collection featuring recent acquisitions for Dublin Art Colony Collection

June 4 –
August 5, 2005

Showcases three recently acquired prints by Rockwell Kent, first time display of Barry Faulkner sketches, and other artwork from the Dublin Art Colony as well as contemporary pieces in the Thorne's permanent collection.

Opening reception:
Friday, June 3, 5:30-7:30 p.m.,
hosted by Friends of the Thorne

   'And the Women Must Weep' lithograph on stone, Rockwell Kent, 1937
  
Emerging Art 2005:
The Annual Keene State College Art Students Exhibition

April 16 –
May 8, 2005

The KSC Department of Art presents an exhibition of recent works in a variety of media by studio art and graphic design seniors and other students taking art courses at KSC.

Opening Reception:
Friday, April 15, 5:30-7:30 p.m.,
hosted by Friends of the Thorne.

KSC senior art majors Hannah Outwater and Jessica Kooy were voted the winners of the People¹s Choice Awards in studio art and graphic design respectively for work displayed in "Emerging Art." To read a press release about their awards and view their artwork click here.

  

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The Biennial Regional Jurors' Choice Competition

January 22 –
March 6, 2005

A juried selection of works in various media by artists who live within 30 miles of Keene or are Friends of the Thorne.

To read a press release announcing the winners, click here.

William H. Hays of Brattleboro, Vt., was chosen the winner of the People's Choice Award for his oil painting "Sunset Mooring, Nova Scotia." To read press release and see a photo of this work, click here.

   Photo of 'Renewal,' pastel painting by Robert K. Carsten
  
Jaune Quick-To-See Smith

September 7 –
December 5, 2004

Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, an activist for contemporary American Indian art, uses humor and satire in her drawings, prints, paintings, and mixed-media installations to examine myths, stereotypes, and the paradox of American Indian life in contrast to American consumerism.

  
  
Vision Quest: Men, Woman, and Sacred Sites of the Sioux Nation

October 9 –
December 5, 2004

This color photography exhibit by Don Doll, S.J. looks at contemporary Lakotas, Dakotas, and Nakotas who have chosen to carry the traditions and culture of their people to future generations.

  
  
Mid-Century Traditions: Native American Dolls from the 1950s

October 9
December 5, 2004

Native American life on the reservations is explored in this exhibit of 24 handcrafted dolls from the Doyle Collection of Native American Dolls, on loan from the Robbins Museum of Archaeology in Middleborough, Mass.

  
  
Passionate Pursuits

June 5 - August 4, 2004

Keene State College faculty, staff, students, alumni, and Friends of the Thorne share their share their creations, collectibles, and leisure pursuits.

 
Artwork: An osprey from the bird carving
collection of Ardis Roisum, Friend of the Thorne.
  
Selections from the Collection

An exhibition of artwork in the Thorne's permanent collection by contemporary artists and 19th-century artists from the Dublin Art Colony, which flourished around New Hampshire's Mount Monadnock.

 

Artwork: "Merchant Marine,"
1943, an oil on board painting
by Alexander James (1890-1946).

  
Emerging Art 2004: The Annual Keene State College Art Students' Exhibition

April 12 -
May 9, 2004

An exhibition of recent works in a variety of media by studio art and graphic design seniors and other students taking art courses at KSC. Visitors are invited to vote for People's Choice Commendations in studio art and graphic design. Winners to be announced on Monday, May 3.

  

Artwork: "Timeline" by Alison Davis, a series of life-size paintings depicting today's woman inspired by films from the 1950s and '60s, received the 2004 People's Choice Award in studio art.

  
The Biennial Keene State College Art Faculty Exhibition

January 24 –
February 29, 2004

Featuring recent works in a variety of media by KSC art and graphic design faculty.

  
How the Ink Feels

November 1 –
December 7, 2003

Artists, writers, and printers collaborated to create images for this print exhibition of letterpress broadsides, which illuminate poetry and prose by such well-known writers as James Agee and Stanley Kunitz.

  
Ukiyo-e: Japanese Woodblock Prints

October 25 –
December 7, 2003

Ukiyo-e, or "pictures of the floating world," refers to beautifully colored woodblock prints depicting scenes from everyday life in 18th and 19th century Japan. This exhibit, on loan from the University of New Hampshire Collection, is the centerpiece of the Friends of the Thorne's education program for area schoolchildren Nov. 3-14.

Japanese Woodblock Print

Image: Kabuki scene (Three Samurai), Toyokuni III, Japanese print from the University of New Hampshire Collection.

  
Jules Olitski: A Ten-Year Retrospective
1993-2003

September 2 –
October 12, 2003

Since 1993 when a retrospective of his work opened the new Thorne Gallery, Jules Olitski continues a prolific creation of artwork ranging from his characteristic highly-textured abstract canvases to vivid landscapes, monoprints, colorful life drawings, and metal sculptures. This retrospective exhibits work from the last ten years during which time the artist has fluctuated between representational and abstract art returning to paint directly from nature and the human form to exploring abstract color and movement.

  

Image: "June Spirit," Jules Olitski, 2002, pastel on rag paper

  

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