Posts Tagged ‘Tom Green’

Corcoran Exhibits Paintings In Memory of Deceased Teacher Tom Green

Before longtime Corcoran instructor Tom Green died Monday night after a long struggle with Lou Gehrig's disease, a group of artists, galleries, students, and colleagues had been mobilizing to purchase one of his paintings for the gallery's permanent collection.
Green, who was 70, influenced countless artists during his nearly 40-year career as a Corcoran instructor. Last [...]

Arts Roundup: RIP Tom Green Edition

Tom Green, the longtime artist and Corcoran teacher diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's Disease, has died. [Post]
(e)merge Art Fair announces exhibitors, cultural partners, and sponsors for the 2012 festival at the Capitol Skyline Hotel [Art 202]
The Man Who Just Wants to Make D.C. Commuters Happy has printable signs for your depressing cubicle of misery. [Post]
And the [...]

Vitamin A: Fred Folsom’s “Last Call”

In which one of our art critics highlights a favorite work on view in a local gallery
"The Constant Artist" captures the lives, words, and product of several prominent D.C. artists from various points across decades. Photographs and interviews are the work of Paul Feinberg, and the paintings on the wall are the works of his [...]

Corcoran Alumni Launch Tom Green Benefit Drive

Here's a heart-warmer: Alumni at the Corcoran College of Art + Design have launched a funding drive to purchase a painting by D.C. artist Tom Green, who was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease. The alumni foundation intends to present the work to the Corcoran for its permanent collection.
In 2010, the American University Museum at the [...]

Reviewed: “Pattern: Three Generations of Shape and Color” at Carroll Square Gallery

If you visit “Pattern: Three Generations of Shape and Color” at the Carroll Square Gallery, you might want to bring a pair of sunglasses. The three-artist exhibit includes works that span from 1967 to the present, but all of them share the bold, bright and at times overpowering colors of geometrical abstraction and op art. [...]

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