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By the mid 1920s, Daniel Garber had achieved remarkable success as a landscape painter, draughtsman, and teacher with no mural painting experience.
Learn more about the work by Bucks County painter, Fern I. Coppedge and her favorite subject, the winter landscape.
Chilmark Moor, Martha's Vineyard is one of William Lathrop's many poetic and evocative landscape paintings.
Learn more about the triptych, "Cicada" by Rob Evans - a symbolic painting that depicts a story.
Trinity Root was one of Steve Tobin’s last times working in bronze. He now primarily uses steel to create sculptures for his ‘Steelroots’ series.
Elsie Driggs created this collage in 1957. According to Driggs, her inspiration for turning to the collage technique was the sight of her young daughter playing with paint and torn paper. Using oil paints and pieces of canvas and burlap, Driggs composed Moonstruck Goat with simple shapes, muted colors, and a variety of textures.
Image credit: Katharine Steele Renninger (1925-2004), Morrell’s Spinning Wheel and Wool Winder, 1988, H. 17.625 x W. 23.625 inches, casein on linen canvas mounted on masonite, James A. Michener Art Museum. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Wesley, Sr., on the occasion of a tribute to George Ermentrout.
Learn more about artist Clarence Carter and his Over and Above Series through this teaching poster available for the classroom.