A Short Film about Robert Andrew Parker

The American artist and illustrator Robert Andrew Parker, who has been working with macular degeneration for the past decade, reflects upon his distinguished career, shares insights about how vision loss has affected his work, and talks about what has inspired him over the years.

The Gestalt of Seeing

In November, filmmaker Andrea Torrice’s film, Trees in Trouble (2016), about the threat invasive species pose to the health of tree populations, won First Prize at the First International Film Festival of the Urban Forest held in Mantova, Italy. It is one of the many honors that Andrea has...

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"Demand to See"

In 1989, Milford Zornes, a renowned watercolor painter and teacher...

"Wind Is the Ultimate Artist"

Connecticut sculptor Tim Prentice (b. 1930) became captivated with kinetic sculpture when he visited the Addison Gallery of American Art in Andover, Massachusetts, as a young man and a work by Alexander Calder cast its spell over him. After earning a degree in architecture from Yale University...

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70 years of New York Cityscapes

Shortly after coming to the United States as a Russian émigré in 1949, the now 96-year-old...

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