Instructors at Large

Bruce Dorfman Exhibiting in Loule, Portugal

  • March 5, 2015


 

Bruce Dorfman, Loulé, Loulé, 1993. Painted media, 26 x 28 in.

Bruce Dorfman, Loulé, Loulé, 1993. Painted media, 26 x 28 in.

Escola International de Arte Loule, 1993 – 1998 opens at the Museum of Art and Cloisters (Loule, Portugal) this August. The exhibition will include several of Bruce Dorfman’s works, completed during the summer of 1993 when he served as an invited Guest Artist there and which are now part of the collection of the Museum of Art at Loule. The exhibition continues through October 2015.

Jerry Weiss on Frederick Carl Frieseke

  • February 14, 2015


Jerry Weiss writes the “Master Class” column for The Artist’s Magazine. His most recent article in the series, “All About the Sunshine,” (PDF here) about painter Frederick Carl Frieseke, appears in the magazine’s April 2o15 issue.

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Frederick Carl Frieseke’s Lady in a Garden

On Exhibition: Michael Pellettieri at the Old Print Shop

  • February 13, 2015


Michael Pellettieri, It Snowed Again.

Michael Pellettieri, It Snowed Again.

Michael Pellettieri will be exhibiting prints at the Old Print Shop (150 Lexington Avenue) in a group exhibition that opens February 13. An opening reception is scheduled for Saturday, February 21. The show continues through March 21, 2015.

On Exhibition: Bruce Dorfman in Eye on UI

  • January 31, 2015


Bruce Dorfman, Santa Fe Silver, 2010.

Bruce Dorfman, Santa Fe Silver, 2010. Combined mediums, 20 x 23 in.

Eye on UI: Brodsky, Dorfman, Kipniss, Lanyon is an exhibition of paintings, drawings, and prints by four graduates of the University of Iowa School of Art and Art History. While at Iowa, Bruce Dorfman studied with artists Mauricio Lasansky and Stuart Edie and historian Roy Seiber. Three of Dorfman’s paintings, shown here, will be accessioned into the the University of Iowa Museum of Art’s permanent collection at the conclusion of the exhibition. Eye of UI opens at the Figge Art Museum January 31 and continues through June 21, 2015.

Bruce Dorfman, Thus, 2004. Mixed media, 49 x 48 1/2 in.

Bruce Dorfman, Thus, 2004.
Mixed media, 49 x 48½ in.

Bruce Dorfman, Flyte 1, 2012.

Bruce Dorfman, Flyte 1, 2012.
Combined mediums, 14 x 9 in.

Deborah Winiarski for ProWax Journal

  • January 28, 2015


“Artists, when they are truly that, access what I call an inner creative fluidity,” writes Deborah Winiarski. “It is their highly creative and intuitive thoughts and emotions, together with their skill, expertise, and experience that make Art possible. The creative life is never static. It is a forever evolving, fluid, and vibrant way of being.” Winiarski’s post “Fluidity” appears on the quarterly online publication ProWax Journal.

Deborah Winiarski, Saffron III, 2014. Encaustic, fabric, thread, oil on panel, 25 x 21 x 5 in.

Deborah Winiarski, Saffron III, 2014.
Encaustic, fabric, thread, oil on panel, 25 x 21 x 5 in.

    I shut my eyes in order to see. — Paul Gauguin