In July of this year, as part of the Century Masters exhibition series, The Century Association in New York displayed a rich assortment of works by the esteemed artist and illustrator Robert Andrew Parker. Now 87 years old, Parker’s unique talent was recognized early in his career by poet...read more
Fifty years have passed since Lennart Anderson installed a skylight on the third floor of his then newly acquired Park Slope brownstone to let in the steady north light so sought after by centuries of artists. Now a gracious and youthful eight-six, he still works regularly in that studio, though...read more
My work represents me… and I am the present. I am a sensitized creature viewing the world and this is my statement on it. --David Levine, Time, November 15, 1968
"I think I have a peculiar kind of eye trouble, and there is nothing to do about it. That’s what the people that think they know tell me… . When you get so that you can’t see, you come to it gradually. And if you didn’t come to it gradually, I guess you’d just kill yourself." (Georgia O’Keeffe,...read more
On the occasion of Samsøn Projects of Boston honoring the work of Dahlov Ipcar and that of her parents, Marguerite and William Zorach, we talked with the artist about her career, her recent loss of sight, and her attempts to adapt painting practices.