This gallery contains 36 photos.
Judy Youngblood added to her AP/RC archive 112 prints and 10 matrices during 2018. Her collection of artworks in the AP/RC now spans over thirty years of her creative efforts, from 1978 to 2010. The works include drypoints, etchings, linocuts … Continue reading
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Forty-six soldiers serving in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War performed unusual roles as Combat Artists. Don R.Schol was one. Following his tour in Vietnam and his separation from the Army, he accepted a teaching position in 1969 at … Continue reading
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Frances Myers’ print, The Rescue, came to the Museum’s collection by way of the 11th annual ColorPrint USA exhibition that ran from late 1985 and early 1986. Myers, a recently retired University of Wisconsin professor and chair of printmaking and … Continue reading