Eye on Artists
City/hometown: Glade Park, Colo.
Artist background/education: Education – bachelor’s of arts, ancient and medieval history, Pomona College; studied in France; and master’s of fine arts in ceramics from Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, Calif.Most memorable show or gallery exhibition: For myself, it was my exhibition at Gallerie Marianne Brand in Carouges, Switzerland to a truly international audience. Most memorable exhibition attended: Gerhard Richter at the San Francisco Museum of Modern ArtFamily information: Three grown kidsWhich three artists, living or dead, would you like to spend a weekend working with? Alberto Giacometti, Monet, and Gerhard Richter
If you could only have one piece of art hanging in your living room, what would it be? One of Monet’s large water liliesIf your art could be described in one word, what would it be? InvitingFavorites
Color: Red sandstoneMedium: CeramicsPlace to create art: A quiet studioFood: Epoisse cheese
Book: “The Magus” by John FowlesSong: Diana Krall’s “I’ve got you under my skin”Movie: “Zorba”The Post Independent is asking accomplished artists to participate in “Eye on the Artists” by providing clear, descriptive, and fun explanations about what makes them tick as artists, including experiences in their field, hobbies and inspirations. Return completed forms to April Clark, at email@example.com, 945-4487 (fax), or 2014 Grand Ave., Glenwood Springs, CO 81601.
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