blue territory a meditation on the life and art of joan mitchell

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Blue Territory

Author : Robin Lippincott
ISBN : 0984661786
Genre : Art
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AVAILABLE DECEMBER 4, 2015] Blue Territory is a poetic immersion into the life and art of Joan Mitchell, the great American abstract expressionist painter. A contemporary of Jackson Pollock and Willem De Kooning, she is not as well known as her male counterparts because she was a woman and also because she spent most of her working life in France. Still, in 2013, Bloomsburg Business listed Mitchell as the bestselling female artist of all time. When asked to talk about her paintings, Joan Mitchell often responded, "If I could say it in words, I'd write a book." Here is her book. At once unique and universal, Blue Territory is at its core an exploration of love and life, and what it means to love - and live - what you do. Meticulously researched and lyrically written, it will appeal to anyone interested in passionate engagement with the world. The book eschews images so as to allow the words to form them, thereby freeing the reader to imagine the paintings, much as Mitchell would have to do before picking up her brush.

Joan Mitchell

Author : Patricia Albers
ISBN : 9780375414374
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Joan Mitchell

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ISBN : OCLC:78273718
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The Paintings Of Joan Mitchell

Author : Jane Livingston
ISBN : 9780520235700
Genre : Art
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This exquisitely illustrated volume and the exhibition that it accompanies restore Joan Mitchell to her rightful place in the history of American artists--one of the few women among the first-rank Abstract Expressionist painters. 145 illustrations, 85 in color.

Ninth Street Women

Author : Mary Gabriel
ISBN : 0316226181
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A biography of five women painters who revolutionized American modern art, from National Book Award finalist Mary Gabriel. NINTH STREET WOMEN is the impassioned, wild, alternately tragic and exhilarating story of five women, Lee Krasner, Elaine de Kooning, Grace Hartigan, Joan Mitchell, and Helen Frankenthaler, who dared to enter the macho world of mid-20th century abstract painting not as muses, but as artists. From their cold-water lofts, where they painted, drank, fought, and loved, these pioneers burst open the door to the art world for themselves and all female artists to come. Despite being broke and ostracized by much of the official art world, these women changed American art and society, tearing up the governing social code and replacing it with a doctrine of liberation. NINTH STREET WOMEN tells a remarkable and inspiring story of the power of art and artists against the backdrop of a post-war America that would never be the same again.

Stone Mirrors

Author : Jeannine Atkins
ISBN : 9781481459075
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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From critically acclaimed author Jeannine Atkins comes a gorgeous, haunting biographical novel in verse about a half Native American, half African American sculptor working in the years following the Civil War. A sculptor of historical figures starts with givens but creates her own vision. Edmonia Lewis was just such a sculptor, but she never spoke or wrote much about her past, and the stories that have come down through time are often vague or contradictory. Some facts are known: Edmonia was the daughter of an Ojibwe woman and an African-Haitian man. She had the rare opportunity to study art at Oberlin, one of the first schools to admit women and people of color, but lost her place after being accused of poisoning and theft, despite being acquitted of both. She moved to Boston and eventually Italy, where she became a successful sculptor. But the historical record is very thin. The open questions about Edmonia’s life seem ideally suited to verse, a form that is comfortable with mysteries. Inspired by both the facts and the gaps in history, author Jeannine Atkins imagines her way into a vision of what might have been.

Our Arcadia

Author : Robin Lippincott
ISBN : 0142001236
Genre : Fiction
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In 1928, two friends--Nora Hartley, a well-educated divorcTe with two young children, and Lark Martin, a young homosexual man--decide to create a haven for themselves and like-minded friends and purchase a house in Truro on Cape Cod, in an evocative story of friendship, the link between life and art, and the redemptive power of imagination. Reprint.

Following Disasters

Author : Nancy McCabe
ISBN : 1944853030
Genre : Fiction
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On her twenty-first birthday, Maggie Owen receives an unusual birthday gift: a house. That same day, the house s owner, her aunt, dies. For three years, Maggie has been fleeing her childhood demons: the deaths of her parents, estrangement from her terminally-ill aunt, and a betrayal by her best friend. But now her career on the road, following natural disasters in temporary insurance claims offices, ends abruptly as Maggie returns home to face her past. But why does the house hold a mysterious spell over her? Why does she have the persistent feeling that her aunt is haunting her? Why did her aunt lie to her about the circumstances of her parents deaths? Who is the ghost child that may be hanging around the house? And what s with the guy next door who seems so hostile toward her? FOLLOWING DISASTERS is tightly woven ghost story that raises questions about legacies and their influence on our choices,"

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ISBN : UOM:39015078261909
Genre : Bibliography
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Who S Who In The Midwest

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ISBN : UOM:39015068967358
Genre : Canada
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