is known for distinctive color woodcuts. Using non-endangered wood and
brilliant color palettes, Conner creates conceptual woodcuts exposing the
intrinsic wood grain.
exhibits nationally and internationally. Woodcuts are included in over fifty
museum and corporate print collections in the U.S. and internationally: Museum
of Fine Arts, Boston; California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco;
Equitable Center, NY; Colorado Springs; Capital One Art Collection, Austin; Fidelity
Investments; State Department Art in Embassies; New York Public Library; Fogg
Art Museum, Harvard University; Library of Congress; List Visual Arts Center,
MIT; Credit Suisse First Boston, London; Federal Reserve Bank, Richmond; University
Health System, San Antonio; Ritz Carlton Hotels; and Neiman Marcus.
and announcements of Conner’s publications appear in Art In Print, Art On Paper,
New Art Examiner, Who's Who in American Art, and Who's Who of American Women. She
collaborates with Katherine Brimberry, Flatbed Press, Austin, TX, publisher of
her woodcuts; and Leslie Miller, Grenfell Press, NYC.
was born in Wilmington, NC, 1948. She received a BFA from Salem College,
Winston-Salem, NC; and MFA from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and
is Professor Emerita at University North Carolina Wilmington. She lives in
Ruth Weisberg works primarily in painting, drawing, printmaking and large-scale installations. Artist and professor, she is the former Dean of Fine Arts at the University of Southern California since 1995. Ruth Weisberg is represented by Jack Rutberg Fine Arts in Los Angeles. Weisberg is well known for her paintings reflecting upon the cycle of life; the continuity of generations. The artist also has long held interests in preservation, extinction and survival. Since her arrival in Los Angeles in 1969, Ruth Weisberg has been a formidable influence and mentor to decades of artists in this city and beyond. Her first major survey in Los Angeles was in 1979 at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery. She was the first artist exhibited at The Women’s Building (Judy Chicago was simultaneously presented with a solo exhibition to inaugurate that venue). With more than 80 solo exhibitions and nearly 200 group exhibitions internationally, Weisberg is the first living painter to have been afforded a solo exhibition at the Norton Simon Museum of Art in 2008-2009. Weisberg also holds that distinction at The Huntington Library. Ruth Weisberg has executed many ambitious large-scale works, including the 94-foot mixed-media painting “The Scroll,” which was exhibited at the Skirball Cultural Center. She painted the 29-foot mural “New Beginnings: One Hundred Years of Jewish Immigration” as part of a commission from the UJA Federation. The mural was installed in the headquarters’ entrance in New York City. Ruth Weisberg’s work is included in the permanent collections of over 60 museums, including the Metropolitan Museum, National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., Whitney Museum of American Art, Portland Art Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Getty Research Institute, Norton Simon Museum, Art Institute of Chicago, Detroit Institute of Arts, Biblioteque Nationale in Paris, and the Instituto Nationale per la Grafica in Rome, among many others.
Join us February 1st, 2020 from 1PM-3PM For or a Gallery Walk through with participating artists followed by a Panel Discussion on "Migration and Art” with Pavel Acevedo, Marianne Sadowski and Phumilelele Tshabalala
Included in this exhibition is a special preview of PAPER BOATS, a small flotilla will be on view in preparation for LA Printmaking on view at SGCI 2023 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The ImMigration Project, back from an exciting installation in Venice Italy, in October 2019 currently comprises 145 artists from all over North America and Europe!