Category: Artist Features

June 20, 2022

Today, Artist Margaret Morrison has been awarded “Best In Show” at The Butler Institute of American Art‘s 86th annual Midyear Exhibition in Ohio, USA. Morrison’s oil-on-canvas painting, “Menagerie,” was selected as the 2022 winner. Woodward Gallery extends our congratulations to Margaret Morrison on this excellent achievement! 

  • The Butler Institute’s Facebook page can be found here.
  • A video of the Exhibition on Facebook can be found here or here.
  • This exhibition can be found, digitally, on The Butler Institute’s website here
Margaret Morrison Butler Institute Mid-Year Expo - Best In Show 2022
May 3, 2022

 

Congratulations, Margaret Morrison, on being selected for The Butler Museum of American Art’s 86th National Midyear Exhibition (juried by William Underwood Eiland, Director of MOCA GA). Morrison’s beautiful oil-on-canvas piece, “Menagerie,” was chosen for this museum show. The exhibition will be from June 19 – August 14, 2022.

 

More information can be found here.

Margaret Morrison - Menagerie - 2021
Margaret Morrison
Menagerie, 2021
Oil on canvas
72 x 60 inches; 182.9 x 152.4 cm
Signed
April 3, 2022

Born in Osaka, Japan, Hiro Ichikawa (1959-2017) studied painting and drawing at Suidobata Art Academy. After moving to the United States, he graduated from Pratt Institute with a BFA. Ichikawa’s art has been featured in numerous national and international solo and group exhibitions at galleries and museums.

 

His paintings are in the permanent collection of Okawa Museum of Art, located in the City of Kiryū, where Ichikawa lived and worked before coming to New York. Kiryū, Japan is known for his geography of lovely green hills, mountains and two rivers which flow through the city perhaps providing early inspiration to the Artist in his youth.

March 22, 2022

Terence Netter: Visions and Revisions Revisited

May 5 – July 31, 2022

 

Terence Netter (1929-2018) met Lee Krasner in 1964, when, as an MFA student at George Washington University, he visited her home and studio in Springs. At the time he was a member of the Jesuit Order, and was profiled in The New York Times as “A Priest Who Paints.” After leaving the priesthood to marry, Netter served on the faculty at Santa Clara University and Choate-Rosemary Hall, and in 1979 became the founding director of the Stony Brook University Fine Arts Center. It was through his friendship with Krasner that the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center was deeded to the Stony Brook Foundation.

 

in 1997 Netter’s work was featured at Stony Brook University Art Gallery in an exhibition titled “Visions and Revisions.” Inspired by that show, this selection of his paintings  illustrates his penchant for revising earlier work, a signature practice of Krasner’s. Whether or not her approach influenced him, the two artists shared a devotion to the creative life not unlike taking holy vows.

 

– Exhibition details can be found here

– Digital brochure can be found here 

– New York Times “The Spiritual Exercises” Documentary can be found here

– 27east.com review can be read online here

March 9, 2022
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Margaret Morrison Named a Regional Juror for AXA Art Prize

The AXA Art Prize is pleased to introduce Regional Juror, Margaret Morrison from the Lamar Dodd School of Art at the University of Georgia where she is a professor and chair of the Painting and Drawing program. Margaret Morrison received her MFA from the University of Utah in 1988. She has exhibited in museums and institutions around the world such as the Museum of Contemporary Art in Atlanta; the Georgia Museum of Art in Athens, Georgia; the Maria V. Howard Art Museum in Rocky Mount, North Carolina; the Rockefeller Museum and Art Center in New York; the Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts in Birmingham, Alabama; and the Arts in Embassies Program in Tel Aviv. Morrison has been featured in the New York Times, ARTnews, Art & Antiques, M Magazine, Smithsonian Magazine, Florida Design, Juxtapoz, Aesthetica Magazine International, Pinch Magazine, Agave Magazine, WideWalls and the Georgia Review, to name a few. In November 13, 2019, Morrison’s painting, Keramikos was featured in the New York Times Style Magazine article, I’ll Have What She’s Having,” by Priya Krishna. Morrison has been represented by Woodward Gallery since 1995 and her work can be found in many public and private collections around the world.

February 6, 2022

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Big painting, big price! This abstract painting measured 58 ¼ inches high and 104 inches long. A phone bidder prevailed against competition, pushing it to finish at $170,800. It was by far the top lot in the sale ($5/7,000).
December 30, 2020

 

Richard Hambleton and Malcolm McLaren Create Witches And The Shadow Man
“In recognition of Hambleton’s importance, a jersey skirt with roll top and piping from Witches featured a Shadow Man.”