19th-21st Century Midwest American Paintings and Sculpture
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Images of the Midwest from the Collection, an exhibition held December 17, 2011 - February 27, 2012, from the Georgia Museum of Art. Accessed August, 2015.
Midwestern Visions: Grant Wood, Marvin Cone and Beyond, an exhibition held September 23, 2006 - June 11, 2008, from the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Includes 5:07 video. Accessed August, 2015.
Midwest Modern: The Color Woodcuts of Mabel Hewit was a 2010 exhibit at the Cleveland Museum of Art which said: "Hewit learned to make white-line color woodcuts from Blanche Lazzell, the most important practitioner of the technique, in Provincetown, Massachusetts, in 1933. Hewit worked in the medium throughout her five-decade long career. She created exuberantly colored, modernist woodcuts depicting diverse subjects, such as scenes of Provincetown and daily life and views of Saugatuck, Michigan, where she spent 16 summers studying at Ox-Bow, a summer art program." Accessed 10/16
"Midwest Women Artists 1840-1940: Discovering their Work, Telling Their Stories, Learning from the Past," a symposium on November 7 and 8, 2013 at Bradley University in Peoria Il. From the Illinois Wonem Artists Project. Accessed August, 2015.
A Neva Wood Retrospective and Art in Honor of the 200th Anniversary of Howard County was a 2016 exhibit at the Ashby-Hodge Gallery of American Art, which says:"Wood, who paints primarily in watercolor and oil, is known for exploration of color as design, whether painting realistic or abstract pieces.... Wood is professor emerita of art and former chair of the Department of Art and Design at the University of Central Missouri (UCM) in Warrensburg. " Accessed 12/16
"Thirty Years of the Prairie Water Color Painters" is an exhibit held from February 1 through April 19, 2015 at Birger Sandzén Memorial Gallery. During the exhbit BSMG made available a .pdf file on its website containing an essay by Cori Sherman North and a checklist. Accessed March, 2015.
Artists in Ohio, 1787-1900: A Biographical Dictionary, By Mary Sayre Haverstock, Jeannette Mahoney Vance, Brian L. Meggitt, Jeffrey Weidman, Oberlin College Library. Compiled by Mary Sayre Haverstock. Contributor Mary Sayre Haverstock, Jeannette Mahoney Vance, Jeffrey Weidman. Published by Kent State University Press, 1999. ISBN 0873386167, 9780873386166. 1066 pages. Google Books says:
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