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MEMBERSMAGAZINEHuntingtonMuseumofArtMarch2013-August2013 MuseumStaffShownarethestaffmembersoftheHuntingtonMuseumofArtonDecember192012ShownaremembersoftheHuntingtonMuseumofArtsBoardofTrusteeswhoattendedtheDecember192012boardmeetingalongwithspecialguestWestVirginiaCommissioneroftheDivisionofCultureandHistoryRandallReid-Smith.BoardofTrusteesPhotosbyMichaelKeller 1LetterfromtheExecutiveDirectorDearMembersAsyouallknowNovember92012markedthe60thAnniversaryoftheHuntingtonMuseumofArtandinmylastlettertoyouItalkedaboutthemanypeoplefromthepastwhomadeHMAwhatitistoday.YouwillnotethatthisissueoftheMembersMagazinehasphotographsofboththeMuseumscurrentBoardofTrusteesanditsstaff.Iwanttotakeamomenttodaytorecognizetheseincrediblepeople.Overthepast10yearstheBoardofTrusteeshasengagedinsomeprettyamazingundertakings.BoardpolicychangesandnewstrategicdirectiveshaveallowedHMAtobecomeastrongerinstitutionfinanciallyandprogrammaticallyaswellasoperationally.Boardleadershipduringthisperiodhasbeenexemplarywithofficersandcommitteechairsembracingtheneedsofthefuturewhilerespectingthetraditionsofthepast.AteveryprofessionalmeetingIattendotherartsleaderslistenwithincredulityasIextolourBoardsmanyvirtues.IftheycouldbesoluckyEachTrusteeshouldknowthateverycontributionoftimeandtalenttheymaketodaywillhaveitsimpactbothnowandinthefuture.Ourstaffisalsomadeupofsomeprettyincredibleindividuals.Everyoneofthemdedicatedtothemissionofwhatwedohere.TenyearsagoweimplementedanewmanagementstylehereatHMAwhereeveryonehasavoiceandwhichhasasitsbasiscleardirectivesofwherewewanttheMuseumtobegoing.Thismethodologyallowseachdepartmentdirectortomakedecisionsandruntheirdepartmentscohesivelywithotherdepartmentsandeveryoneofthemdoesitwithgraceanddistinction.Ourstaffisprofessionalandtheydowhateverittakestogetthejobdone.Andmoreimportantlytheyallstrivetobegoodteamplayers.Withtherapidadvancementoftechnologyandtheradicalchangesinupcominggenerationsinterestsmodesofcommunicationandattitudesourjobofplanningforthefutureisnotaneasyone.Therearenobestpracticesinplacethatwecanfollowtoprepareforwhatliesahead.WemustmaketheMuseumstrongbutwemustalsomakeitasflexibleaspossible.Wemustbeinformedsothatwhentherightopportunitypresentsitselfwecanmoveintherightdirection.Wemustrecognizethatweliveinaworldthatischangingfasterthanthespeedoflightandinorderforthisinstitutiontoremainrelevantwemustbewillingtotrainourvisiononthefutureandstandreadytoembracewhateveritmaybring.ThankyouforbeingamemberofthisMuseum.Yourcommitmenttoartandthelightthatitbringsintoeachofourlivesisadmirable.Welookforwardtoservingyouforthenext60years.SincerelyMargaretMaryLayneExecutiveDirectorHMASeniorCuratorJenineCulliganandExecutiveDirectorMargaretMaryLayneholdavasecommissionedfromBlenkoGlassinMemoryofPatsyLansaw.ThevaseinthephotowasdonatedbyMargaretMarytoHMAspermanentcollection.Thevaseisoneofaneditionof60thatweresoldintheMuseumShopinremembranceofPatsywhowasalong-timevolunteermanageroftheMuseumShopandamemberofHMAsBoardofTrusteees. 2BoardofTrusteesSTAFFMargaretMaryLayneExecutiveDirectorJohnArthurFacilitiesAssistantCarolBaileyDevelopmentDirectorDr.MikeBeckConservatoryDirectorBradBostonEducationCoordinatorRuthAnnBurkeWeekendReceptionistJudyClarkExecutiveAssistantKatherineCoxEducationDirectorJenineCulliganSeniorCuratorCynthiaDearbornMuseumSchoolsCoordinatorDonaldEgnorExhibitionsPreparatorDesignerCarolEiselsteinMuseumShopBuyerVolunteerJohnFarleyAssociateCuratorJohnGillispiePublicRelationsDirectorChristopherHattenLibraryDirectorBillieMarieKarnesFinanceDirectorKathleenKneafseyArtistinResidenceMattMatneyFacilitiesDirectorSandyMcNeerDevelopmentDatabaseAdministratorTessMooreDevelopmentOfcerAmaNapierReceptionistAdministratorJaniceNoahWeekendShopAssistantLindaSannsRegistrarAshleySaundersMuseumShopManagerJenniferStrechayGrantsWriterChrisSurrittFacilitiesAssistantNewStaffHMAwouldliketowelcomeTessMooreasDevelopmentOfcerandJenniferStrechayasGrantsWriter.VisionStatementTheHuntingtonMuseumofArtwillbecomeanintegralpartofthelivesofallcitizensfacilitatingcreativityaccessandopportunitytothesocialstructureoftheregion.MissionStatementTheHuntingtonMuseumofArtservesthepublicasamuseumandculturalcenterandinthegreatercommunityactsasapresenceandadvocatefortheareasofartseducationandnature.COVERWilliamRobinsonLeighAmerican1866-1955MountedIndian1917.Oiloncanvasimage2818x221871.4x56.2cm.GiftofHerbertFitzpatrick1952.461.ThispaintingisfeaturedintheexhibittitledHuntingtonFederalSavingsBankPresentsMr.Fitz.INSIDEFRONTCOVERShownare60thAnniversaryphotographsofHMAsStaffandBoardofTrustees.PhotographsbyMichaelKeller.INSIDEBACKCOVERThesephotographsinadditiontotheonesonpage24weretakenonFebruary162013duringtheMuseumBallwhichwastitledHeresLookingatYouThankingtheTri-Statefor60YearsofSupport.BACKCOVERTheimageofdowntownHuntingtononthebackcoverisbyLeviHolleyStone.ThisimageisincludedintheexhibitTheHerald-DispatchPresentsLookingBackHuntingtonthroughtheLensofLeviHolleyStone.2013EstateofL.H.Stone.Dr.SarahDenmanPresidentDr.CarolynHunterVicePresidentPaulJacobsonTreasurerLindaHolmesSecretaryMichaelCornfeldImmediatePastPresidentPatAgeeDorisAndrewsBarbaraMosesAtkinsJimelleWalkerBowenAndyBrohSheliaBrowneldCathyBurnsLizaCaldwellDeborahCooleyDonnaL.CubbedgeHarrietteCyrusAlexFranklinTeresaL.DeppnerHardinCherylHendersonChristieKinseyDougKorstanjeDr.MauriceMufsonLeeOxleyExecutiveCommitteeSen.RobertPlymaleLouisePolanMarilynPolanPatriciaProctorJoeRandolphPhoebePattonRandolphBrandyRoismanExecutiveCommitteeThomasScarrElizabethAppellSheetsToddShellSusanShieldsDr.JosephB.ToumaEdwardTuckerMonteWardDr.JohnH.WeberNancyFanninWilliamsEX-OFFICIOEdDawsonTheHerald-DispatchDr.StephenKoppMarshallUniversityWilliamSmithCabellCountySchoolsDonVanHornMarshallUniversityCollegeofFineArtsEMERITUSTRUSTEESGeorgeR.AndrickCarolynBagbyAlexE.BoothJr.WilliamC.CampbellGayleCoxRobertY.CsernicaInterimDirectorEmeritusDr.R.LawrenceDunworthMrs.JohnR.HallR.SterlingHallC.DonHateldJoyceLevyMrs.SeldenS.McNeerJr.A.MichaelPerryR.O.RobertsonJr.Dr.ThomasF.ScottAnnSpeerDavidToddJoanWeisbergExecutiveCommitteeHONORARYTRUSTEESJanetBromleyMaryH.HodgesGayleManchin 3VestigeofaTreeArtendlesspossibilities.Thatiswhatthisexhibitexplores.Avesgeisasmallamountofsomethingorthelastremainingpartofathingthatnolongerexistsavisibletraceevidenceorsignofanobjectorsubstancethatappearsnomore.Avesgeofatreereferstosomethingmadeofwoodperhapsitsllhassomeresemblancetoatreeormaybetheshapehasbeensoalteredthatreferencetoatreedoesnotexist.Thisgroupofdisparateobjectsincludestoolsboxesitemsofpersonaladornmentwalkingstickscanesdollsfurnitureritualmasksamusicalinstrumentfirearmsandsculpture.AllbeganlifeasatreethenapieceofwoodthenanobjectandnowaworkonexhibitinamuseumAllemploywoodasthemainmaterialandallhavebeenmanipulatedbyartistsandcraftsmenfortheirownuseaestheticorotherwise.Anartistsmindisauniqueandwonderfulthing.Ifyougave30artistsapieceofwoodandtellthemtogoawayandmakesomethingeachartistwillcreatesomethingcompletelydifferent.Theideabehindthisexhibitistakingonematerialwoodandexploringthediverseoutcomeofbothnecessityandcreativityexploringareadilyavailableorganicmaterialitsqualitiesscaleandpossibilitiesbyartistsandcraftsmenfromaroundtheworld.ThisexhibitissponsoredbytheIsabelleGwynnandRobertDaineExhibitionEndowmenttheWestVirginiaDivisionofCultureandHistoryandtheNationalEndowmentfortheArtswithapprovalfromtheWestVirginiaCommissionontheArts.May11-September12013SwitzerGalleryJoinusat7p.m.May282013fortheFourthTuesdayTourforaguidedtourofVestigeofaTreeandawalkonthenaturetrail.Admissionisfree.Refreshmentswillbeserved.FreeTuesdaysattheHuntingtonMuseumofArtaresponsoredbyATT.EvanDeckerAmerican1912-1981ShellackedTreewithOwlandSquirrelsca.1940s.Cedartreecarvedwood.Overall58x24-12x24147.3x62.2x61cm.PartialgiftofLarryHackleyArthurJonesJamesPierceRichardSmithEllworthTaylorSidneyWebbwithpartialfundsprovidedbyDr.R.LawrenceDunworth1991.74.10FerdinandGaglianoItalianworkingdates1760-1795Violinca.1760.Sprucemapleoverall3-58x23-12x8-18.9.1x59.7x20.7cm.GiftofMrs.ErnestE.Kincade1978.49. 4LookingBackHuntingtonthroughtheLensofLeviHolleyStoneLeviHolleyStone1898-1981historicalHuntingtonsunknownphotographerhasatlastbeendiscovered.LocalresidentJohnWitekwhoisanEmmyAwardWinningwriterdocumentaryfilmmakerandinveteratecollectorpurchasedmorethan1000negativesbyStoneatalocalfleamarket.AtthetimeWitekwasunawareofStonesphotographsaswasjustabouteveryoneoutsideofStonesfamilyandhadnowayofknowingthathehadstumbleduponanundiscoveredcacheofuniqueimagestakenbyaself-taughtphotographerwithgreatvision.WitekbeganresearchingthelifeofLeviHolleyStoneandincludedthefollowingfactsaboutthatlifeinanarticletitledForgottenHuntingtonTheHomeTownPhotosofL.H.StoneLikemanyofhisgenerationStonewasself-taughtandself-reliant.Hewasajackofalltradeswhowasgoodwithhishands.AtdifferenttimesheworkedasacementcarrierpaperhangercarpentertheatricalpropertymanagerelectricianandTeamster.HedroveatruckforapowercompanywasalibrarianforaWPAorchestraandmanagedadormitoryatMarshallCollege.Hewasalsoacrackerjackbaseballplayerandheplayedguitaraswell.Caughtupintheamateurphotographycrazethatbeganattheendofthe19thcenturywiththeinventionoftheKodakcameraStonelikemostamateurphotographerstookmanypicturesoffamilyandfriends.ButasWitekrealizedafterenlargingStonessmallnegativesthesewerenotyourtypicalfamilyphotos.Thephotographerhadagoodeyeandcomposedhisshotsartfully.AsWitekwroteStonewasthinkinglikeanartistbeforemostpeoplefeltthatphotographycouldbeanart.ManyofStonesimagesportraypeopleandplacesencounteredinHuntingtonfromasearlyas1912andintothe1940s.TheseincludeshotsofcrowdsduringparadesdownThirdAvenueautomobilesandgasstationsluncheonettespoolhallspublicmonumentsvaudevilleentertainersmovietheatersandmuchmore.TheyanticipatethegenerationofstreetanddocumentaryphotographerssuchasRobertFrankWalkerEvansLeeFriedlanderGarryWinograndandDianeArbus.Theyarenotonlyinterestinghistoricallymanystandontheirownasworksofart.In2011JohnWitekintroducedtheworkofLeviHolleyStonetostaffattheHuntingtonMuseumofArt.SoonthedecisionwasmadewiththeblessingofStonesdescendantstohostanexhibitof80selectedphotographs.May252013-August182013IsabelleGwynnandRobertDaineGalleryEmmyAward-winningwriteranddocumentaryflmmakerJohnWitekwillleadaGalleryWalkthroughthisexhibitaspartotheFourthTuesdayTourat715p.m.June252013.Admissionisree.Rereshmentswillbeserved.FreeTuesdaysattheHuntingtonMuseumoArtaresponsoredbyATT.LocalphotographerSholtenSingerhasscannedandordigitallyphotographedthenegativeswhichwillbeprintedbytheHuntingtonMuseumofArt.LocalHistorianJamesCastoandJohnWitekwillidentifyplacesandpeopleinthephotographs.YoumaybeabletoshedsomelightonthistooWelookforwardtointroducingthephotographsofL.H.StonetotheMuseumsaudience.ThisexhibitispresentedbyTheHerald-DispatchandsponsoredInMemoryofCharlotteandAlbertBoosInMemoryofMrs.SusieBernevFatzingerInMemoryofCarneyandMargaretM.LaynetheIsabelleGwynnandRobertDaineExhibitionEndowmenttheWestVirginiaDivisionofCultureandHistoryandtheNationalEndowmentfortheArtswithapprovalfromtheWestVirginiaCommissionontheArts.TheHerald-DispatchPresents2013EstateofL.H.StoneLeviHollyStonedroveatruckforapowercompanyinthe1940swhenhetookthispowerfulphotographoftwocompanylinemen.ThelargereelsinthepicturearemarkedwiththenameAluminumCompanyofAmerica. 5June1-September222013GalleryThreeTheopeningeventforthisexhibittakesplaceatHMAfrom6to8p.m.June222013withashortvideoabouttheartistsbyBradBostonpresentedonthebigscreenintheGraceRardinDohertyAuditoriumfollowedbyaMeet-the-ArtistsReception.Admissionisfree.ASenseofPlaceTheWestVirginiaSesquicentennialArtistInvitationalMapcourtesyofGoldensealMagazinewww.wvculture.orggoldensealTocelebrateWestVirginiassesquicentennialtheHuntingtonMuseumofArthasorganizedasmallinvitationalexhibit.Allofthe17participatingartiststeachinWestVirginiacollegesanduniversitiesaffordingthemauniqueperspectiveinthattheyworkcloselywithWestVirginiastudentsfromavarietyofbackgroundsandplaceswithinthestate.Thisexhibitwillpresentmanyartisticviewpointsnotonlyinstyletraditionalvs.cuttingedgecontemporaryandchosenmediapaintingdrawingsculptureprintmakingphotographyvideoetc.butalsointheamountoftimetheartisthasspentinthestateabsorbingasenseofplace.ManyoftheinvitedartistswerebornrearedandhavealwayslivedinWestVirginiahoweversomearerecentandnot-so-recenttransplantsfromotherstatesandothercountries.Weaskedeachinvitedartisttocreateaworkintheirpreferredmediumandintheiruniquepersonalstyleusingsenseofplaceasabroadguidereferringtothisthemeasanintenselypersonalresponsetotheenvironmentbothsocialandnaturalwhichtheindividualexperiencesindailylife.ThissensecanalsorefertotheindividualsperceptionofthewholestateandtheirfeelingsattitudesandinfluenceslivingworkingandresidinginWestVirginia.ItisanotherwayfortheMuseumtosupportWestVirginiaartistsexpandourvisitorsknowledgeandfamiliarityofartistsworkingwithinthestateanditisawonderfulwayfortheMuseumtocelebratethe150thanniversaryofWestVirginiasstatehood.ArtiststhatwillbeparticipatingareChristianBenefielShepherdUniversityJamesBiggsConcordUniversityAndyBloxhamWestVirginiaWesleyanCollegeJenniferBoggessFairmontStateUniversityLizaBrennerGlenvilleStateCollegeMichaelDoigDavisElkinsCollegeMollyS.ErlandsonWestVirginiaStateUniversitySonyaEvaniskoShepherdUniversityJamesHaizlettWestLibertyUniversityGrantJohnsonAlderson-BroaddusCollegeNatalieLarsenMarshallUniversityPeterMassingMarshallUniversityMarkTobinMooreConcordUniversityKennethMorganBethanyCollegeErikaOsborneWestVirginiaUniversityDr.ReidunOverboWestVirginiaStateUniversityandMichaelSherwinWestVirginiaUniversityJenineCulliganorganizingcuratorwillvisiteachartistsstudioaswillEducationAssistantBradBostonwhowillcreateatravelogueofhisjourneydocumentinghisvisittostudiosschoolsandtownsthroughoutthestate.ThisexhibitissponsoredbytheIsabelleGwynnandRobertDaineExhibitionEndowmenttheWestVirginiaDivisionofCultureandHistoryandtheNationalEndowmentfortheArtswithapprovalfromtheWestVirginiaCommissionontheArts.ThisprogramispresentedwithsupportfromtheWestVirginiaDepartmentofEducationandtheArts.ChristianBenefelJamesBiggsAndyBloxhamJennierBoggessLizaBrennerMichaelDoigMollyS.ErlandsonSonyaEvaniskoJamesHaizlettGrantJohnsonNatalieLarsenPeterMassingMarkTobinMooreKennethMorganErikaOsborneDr.ReidunOverboMichaelSherwinEachartistsnametotheleftiscolorcoordinatedtomatchuponthemapwiththecountyinwhichtheyteach. 6June8-October132013BridgeGalleryThepermanentcollectionoftheHuntingtonMuseumofArtcontainsalittlemorethan90photographsrangingfromanearlydaguerreotypefromthe1850stodigitalimagesfromthe21stcentury.TheacquisitionofphotographywasnotafocusfortheMuseumuntilthe1970swhenalargenumberofphotographscameintothecollectionthroughpurchaseawardsfromtheMuseumsregionaljuriedExhibition280purchaseswithfundsprovidedbytheWestVirginiaArtsandHumanitiesandthroughindividualgifts.Thephotosselectedforthisexhibitdatefromthe1970satimeofgreatexperimentationinthemedium.Inthesephotographsonecanseethesametrendsandartisticstylesbeingexploredinotherareasofthefineartsespeciallypaintingandsculpturemakingtheirwayintophotographysuchasconceptualismminimalismabstractionandmagicrealism.Photographyhasbeentakenseriouslyasafineartmediumsincetheturnofthe20thcentury.Howeverinthe1970sitenjoyedwidespreadvisibilityingalleriesandmuseumexhibitions.Nolongerwasphotographythoughtofasonlyadocumentarymediumratheritbecamemanipulatedinallstagesofcreativityfromconceptioncompositionandprocessing.AndeventhoughartistswerestillworkingwiththelimitationsoffilmtechniquesasopposedtotodaysdigitalcapabilitiesandPhotoshopmanipulationsartistscouldcreateandselecttherealitytheywishedtocaptureorpresent.ThisexhibitissponsoredbytheIsabelleGwynnandRobertDaineExhibitionEndowmenttheWestVirginiaDivisionofCultureandHistoryandtheNationalEndowmentfortheArtswithapprovalfromtheWestVirginiaCommissionontheArts.DonaldR.AndersonAmericanb.1955FatherandSon1977.Colorphotographimage9-14x13-7823.5x35.2cm.Exhibition280PurchaseAwardwithfundsprovidedbyOhioValleyCameraClub1977.7SelectedRealityPhotographsofthe1970s 7PilgrimCameoGlassfromtheToumaCollectionJanuary19-November172013GlassGalleryIn2011Drs.JosephB.andOmaymaToumadonated41piecesofPilgrimCameoGlasstotheHuntingtonMuseumofArt.ThisgiftcameontheheelsofanothergenerousdonationbytheToumasof100piecesofPilgrimCameotoMarshallUniversitysDrinkoLibrary.Thatcollectioniscurrentlyonpermanentviewonthe2ndfloorreadingroom.TheToumasbegancollectingPilgrimCameoglassinthe1990snotonlyforitsbeautybutforthepurposeofpreservingthelegacyofcameoglassproductionintheHuntingtonregionwhichbecametheiradoptedhomein1971.PilgrimGlassCorporationwasestablishedinCeredoW.Va.in1949byAlfredKnobleranditbecameknownforitsmanyrarecolorsofglassespeciallycranberry.In1987KelseyMurphyandRobertBomkampjoinedthecompanyandsoonbeganexperimentingwiththecameoglasstechnique.Inthe14remainingyearsofglassproductionatPilgrimthefactoryclosedin2001MurphyandBomkampcreatedhundredsofdesignsandpioneeredanewtraditionofAmericanSuperCameo.MurphyandBomkampcontinuetodesignandproducecameoglassintheirhomestudio.CameoglasswasfirstcreatedinancientRomeinthe1stcenturyAD.Only15completepiecesofthisancientglasshavesurvived.ThetechniquewasusedinIslamicartinthe9thand10thcenturiesbutwasthenlostuntiltheearly18thcenturywhentheChinesebegantomakeopaqueglasswithcarveddesignsinreliefknownasPekingglass.Bythelate18thcenturyglassmanufacturersinGermanyEnglandandlaterinFrancebeganperfectingtheartofcameoglass.Thetechniqueinvolvescasingonecoloroveranotherthencarvingusinghand-cuttingtoolsengravingwheelsacidorsand-blastingwhichexposesthevariouslayersofcolorbeneath.MurphyandBomkamphavecasedasmanyas12layersofcolorononevessel.TheToumashavebeenpatronsoftheHuntingtonMuseumofArtfordecadesbestknownfortheirdonationofmorethan400worksofNearEasternArttotheMuseumbetweentheyears1991and2004.Theyalsodonatedthefundstoconstructagallerytodisplaythiscollectionandin2010financedabeautifulcatalogueoftheToumaNearEasternCollection.AfterfallinginlovewithPilgrimcameoglassandamassingacollectionasbeforetheywishedtosharethesebeautifulobjectswiththepublic.Aselectionofthe41PilgrimCameoglasspieceswillbeonviewintheMuseumsglassgallerythroughNovember172013.ThisexhibitissponsoredbytheIsabelleGwynnandRobertDaineExhibitionEndowmenttheWestVirginiaDivisionofCultureandHistoryandtheNationalEndowmentfortheArtswithapprovalfromtheWestVirginiaCommissionontheArts.KelseyMurphyDesigner10thStreetViaductHuntingtonRiverandRailVase2000.PilgrimGlassCorporationCeredoW.Va.Cameoglassofsevenlayershuntergreenovertopazoverwhiteoverblackoverhuntergreenovercrystalovercobalt.Editionoffour.GiftofDrs.JosephB.andOmaymaTouma2011.9.29KelseyMurphyDesignerMorningAngelFish1992.PilgrimGlassCorporationCeredoW.Va.Cameoglassfishofthreelayerscobaltovergreenovercrystal.FreeblownwithMorningGloryflowerdesignonbody.Editionofone.GiftofDrs.JosephB.andOmaymaTouma2011.9.9 8DontMissTheseExcitingExhibitsContinuingExhibitionsExhibition280ProspectusavailableAugust2013InMarchof2014theHuntingtonMuseumofArtwillpresentExhibition280.Thisregionaljuriedexhibitionisopentoallartists18yearsandolderwholiveinWestVirginiaandallofthestatesthatborderWestVirginiaKentuckyMarylandOhioPennsylvaniaandVirginia.ThisexhibitisopentoallmediaandthejurorfortheexhibitwillbePattersonSimsFreelanceArtCuratorwriterandlecturer.GototheMuseumswebsitewww.hmoa.orgforinformationorcontacttheMuseumat304529-2701.DeadlineforentryisOctober282013.DatesfortheexhibitionareMarch15throughJune12014.AmericanImpressionismPaintingsfromthePermanentCollectionGallery3ThroughApril72013HMAspermanentcollectionfeaturesseveralworksbyAmericanImpressionistsincludingChildeHassamJ.AldenWeirFrankBensonW.ElmerSchofieldandArthurMeltzer.TheexhibitissponsoredbyTheKatherineandHermanPughExhibitionsEndowmentWestVirginiaDivisionofCultureandHistoryandtheNationalEndowmentfortheArtswithapprovalfromtheWestVirginiaCommissionontheArts.HuntingtonFederalSavingsBankPresentsMr.FitzCelebratingthe60thAnniversaryoftheHuntingtonMuseumofArtDaywoodGallery-ThroughOctober202013HMAsyearlong60thAnniversaryCelebrationcontinueswiththisexhibitthatincludesselectedhighlightsfromthemorethan425worksgiftedbythelateHerbertFitzpatrickwhoalsodonatedthe52acresonwhichHMAissituated.ThisexhibitfeaturesBritishsilverfromtheGeorgianperiodNearEasternprayerrugsfineEuropeanandAmericanpaintingssculpturedrawingsandprintsandAsiandecorativearts.ForthepasttwoyearstheMuseumsArchivistLibrarianChrisHattenhasbeenresearchingHerbertFitzpatrickandtheearlyyearsoftheMuseum.PhotographsvideosandephemerafromtheLibraryarchivesandnewmaterialcollectedduringhisresearchwillbeonviewinaportionofthegallery.AlimitededitionbookaboutHerbertFitzpatrickandthefoundingoftheMuseumwrittenbyChrisHattenwillaccompanythisexhibitatalaterdate.TheMr.FitzexhibitispresentedbyHuntingtonFederalSavingsBankandsponsoredbyHuddlestonBolenLLPinMemoryofHerbertFitzpatrickJenkinsFenstermakerPLLCinLovingMemoryofNormanK.FenstermakerCarlF.FrischkorninMemoryofPermeleFrancisBoothDonaldEgnorinMemoryofHelenH.CrisseyInMemoryofMajorHenryDourifInMemoryofRobertaS.EmersonfromherLovingChildrenInMemoryofJanetW.FordfromherFamilyCamilleM.RileyinMemoryofJohnE.JenkinsJr.ToddMcCreightCathieLutterandMatthewMcCreightKathrynGreene-McCreightinMemoryofBetsyK.andPaulW.McCreightThomasF.ScottinMemoryofElizabethT.ScottNadaNicoandBarneyFrancisinMemoryofJackandNadaSteelmanWoodyNancyJaneVanZandtBoltonandCarolineVanZandtWindsorinMemoryofVirginiaKitchenandRichardK.VanZandtInMemoryofJeanneandRobertWulfmantheIsabelleGwynnandRobertDaineExhibitionEndowmenttheWestVirginiaDivisionofCultureandHistoryandtheNationalEndowmentfortheArtswithapprovalfromtheWestVirginiaCommissionontheArts.Portfolio2013April20-May192013Openingreceptionandawardsceremonytakeplaceat2p.m.April202013.Admissionisfree.ThisexhibithighlightstheworkofmiddleschoolandhighschoolartstudentsandtheirteachersfromWestVirginiaKentuckyandOhio.Portfolio2013isgenerouslyfundedbytheMarshallUniversityCollegeofFineArts.StudioSelectionsApril23throughApril282013Openingreceptiontakesplacefrom6to7p.m.April232013.Admissionisfree.ThisexhibitshowcasestheworkofparticipantsinHMAsstudioclasses. 9TheClayStudioatHMAHMAsClayStudiohasbeenbuzzingwithactivity.Artist-in-residenceKathleenKneafseyoverseestheclaystudioandkeepseveryoneontaskandeverythingrunningsmoothly.Itisabusyplacewhereaspiringartistsfindinspirationkidsexplorenewandexcitingchallengesandothersenjoyrefugefromdemandinglives.ClayClassesClayclassestakeplaceseveraltimesthroughouttheyearwithawiderangeofparticipantsincludinghomeschoolersandstudentsfromtheCabellCountyTalentedandGiftedprogram.Somepeopleenjoymakingpotsonapotterswheelwhileotherspreferhandbuilding.Beginnersthroughadvancedpottersarewelcomedandeveryoneisencouragedtoexploretheirownuniquecreativity.CabellWayneAssociationfortheBlindTheCabellWayneAssociationfortheBlindbringsindividualswhoareblindorvisuallyimpairedtothemuseumeveryyearforasix-weekclayclass.Theclassisalwaysfullandevenhasawaitinglist.Handlingclaytomakepotsandsculpturesisoneofthegroupsfavoriteactivities.HMAartist-in-residenceKathleenKneafseywithhelpfromfellowpottersunloadspotsfromagasfiring.Potsfromagasfiringareshownfinallycooledandreadyforunloading.Itisaboutan80-hourprocessforthegaskilntobeturnedonheattothemaximumtemperaturebeturnedoffandforthepotterytocooldownandbecomereadytobeunloaded.Clayclassparticipantsviewtheirhandmadepotteryattheendofasemester.Inthepottery-makingprocessitisusuallyseveralweeksfromthetimesomeonemakessomethingtothefinishedglazedproduct.Itsalwaysexcitingtoseethefinalresults.Joannwhoisvisuallyimpairedhasdevelopedanextraordinaryabilitytomakepotsonthepotterswheel.Sheisproudofheraccomplishmentsintheclaystudio.AnthonywasoneofseveralstudentsfromMarshallUniversitysLeadershipinMarketingclasstoparticipateinclaystudioactivities.HeisshownhelpingDorisglazeherpottery.Dorisisoneofthree90-year-oldparticipantsintheclayclass.TalentedandGiftedstudentsfromtheVillageofBarboursvilleandCentralCityElementaryschoolslearnhowtothrowonthepotterswheel.Thesethird-gradestudentstookpartinanextendedart-makingexperienceinHMAsstudios. 10ThereareseveralpublicartworksinstalledthroughoutHuntingtonaresultofHMAsnationalaward-winningprogramforunder-servedyouthcalledArtWorksMorethan20projectshavebeencompletedbyArtWorksparticipantsduringthepast12years.ArtWorksprovidesproject-basedlearningexperiencestokidstohelpthempracticetheirproblem-solvingskillsandtogivethemasenseofworthastheyseetheiraccomplishmentsandsuccesses.SomeofthesculpturesaroundHuntingtonareBuildingBlocksasculpturethatstandsregallyattheendof3rdAvenuetheWindowsprojectwhichconsistsof24paintedwindowsonthecornerof4thAvenueand8thStreetandReclaimingtheUrbanLandscapeacolorfulmosaicbehindtheBarnettCenterbrighteningtheviewalongHalGreerBoulevardandmanyothers.ArtWorksAWalkintheParkKidsfromPressleyRidgegatheraroundandexaminedifferenttypesofclaytodeterminewhichtousefortheirproject.Theclaytilesarebeingfinishedbeforebeingadheredtotheboulders. 11ThemostrecentprojectAWalkintheParkinvolvedapartnershipbetweenHMAtheGreaterHuntingtonParkandRecreationDistrictandPressleyRidge.TheprojectwasgenerouslysponsoredbyCabellHuntingtonHospital.ForeightSaturdays10kidsfromPressleyRidgecametothemuseumandworkedwithartist-in-residenceKathleenKneafsey.TheirtaskwastodesignandbuildthreelargeclaytilesthatwouldbesetintobouldersandinstalledinRitterPark.Thechildrenworkedearnestlyontheirproject.TheywalkedthroughRitterParktogainanappreciationforthefinalsettingoftheirartwork.Theyphotographedtreesandcollectedandgatheredimageryforthetiles.Andtheyworkedtogethercloselysketchingoutanddesigningtheirideas.Finallytheyformedandsculptedtheclayendingupwiththreelargeclaytiles.ThekidsweresuccessfulandhavesomethingtoshowfortheireffortsnotonlyinthepresentbutforyearstocomeastheywalkthroughRitterParkandseetheirhandiwork.AdedicationceremonyandreceptiontookplaceatRitterParkonSeptember282012withmanyinattendancetocelebratethegreatwork.AttheceremonyKevinBradyexecutivedirectoroftheGreaterHuntingtonParkandRecreationDistrictexpressedhisappreciation.PressleyRidgestaffandkidscelebratedalongwithHuntingtonMuseumofArtstaff.ArtWorkswascreatedin2000withgoalstocombatyouthviolenceandpresentpositivealternativestoteens.TheBuildingBlockssculptureindowntownHuntingtonatthefootoftheRobertC.ByrdBridgereceivedaNationalAwardofMeritfromtheNationalAssociationofHousingandRedevelopmentforHMAtheHuntingtonHousingAuthorityandtheCityofHuntington.ArtWorksAWalkintheParkShownarethethreecompletedworksofart.Enjoytheseclay-tiledboulderswhenyoutakeAWalkintheParkatthewestendofRitterPark.OneofthethreeheavybouldersisshownbeinginstalledinthewestendofRitterPark. 12SaturdayKidsArtStartsaKidsArtClubJanuary2013marksthefirstanniversaryofHMAsKidsArtClubwith33members.OnceachildhasattendedSaturdayKidsArtfivetimesheshebecomesamemberoftheKidsArtClub.Membershipincludesapersonalizedmembershipcardathree-yearmembershipfreeadmissiontotheMuseumwithoneadultandanannualbirthdaycardfromHMA.Onceamemberhasattended15timesheshereceivesanapron.Childrenalongwiththeirparentsexcitedlyattendtheprograminanticipationofbecomingmembersandreceivingaprons.OfcoursethebestrewardistheexcitementofmakingarteverySaturdayatSaturdayKidsArt.SaturdayKidsArttakesplaceeverySaturdayfrom1to3p.m.attheMuseumandisfree.Noregistrationisrequired.ClassesWorkshopsRegisterforclassesonlineatwww.hmoa.orgHandBuildingandWheelThrowingforAdultsMondaysFebruary11April1510sessions6-8p.m.InstructorKathleenKneafseyStudio4125Members150Non-MembersFigureDrawingThursdaysMarch14-May28sessions630-930p.m.MonitorMichelleStraderStudio1140Members165Non-MembersPaintingOrganicFormsTuesdaysMarch12-April308sessions6-8p.m.InstructorMichelleStrader80Members100Non-MembersCreativeStillLifeTuesdaysFebruary19-April98Sessions10a.m.-NoonInstructorMichaelCornfeld80Members100Non-MembersAdvancedWednesdayWatercolorWednesdaysMarch20-May159sessions10a.m.-1p.m.InstructorLisaWaldenStudio2135Members160Non-MembersIntrotoPhotoshopThursdaysFebruary21-March286sessions630-830p.m.InstructorSholtenSingerStudio565Members80Non-MembersIntermediatePhotoshopThursdaysApril11May166sessions630-830p.m.InstructorSholtenSingerStudio565Members80Non-MembersBasicPhotographicTechniquesWednesdaysJanuary23-February276sessions6-8p.m.InstructorLarryReesStudio365Members80Non-MembersIntermediateAdvancedPhotographicTechniquesThursdaysJanuary24-February286sessions6-8p.m.InstructorLarryReesStudio365Members80Non-MembersOpenStudioNightclayandprintmakingWednesdaysFebruary13April1710sessions6-8p.m.MonitorKathleenKneafseyStudios4510pereveningHomeschoolArtClassWednesdaysMarch6April106sessions11a.m.-1230p.m.InstructorKathleenKneafseyStudio550Members70NonMembersForKids...ClayforKidsSundaysFeb.17March104sessions2-4p.m.InstructorKathleenKneafseyStudio450Members70Non-MembersLearningtoDrawTuesdaysMarch26-April306sessions4-6p.m.InstructorMeganDelisiStudio560Members80Non-MembersSaturdayKidsArtforchildrenK-5thgradesEverySaturday1-3p.m.InstructorsEvaCoxAshleyBrowningStudio5FREETheSaturdayKidsArtClubisafunwaytorecognizeyoungstudentswhocomeregularlytoHMAsSaturdayKidsArtprogrameachweekinStudio5.Afterattendingfivesessionsstudentsreceivetheirmembershipcardandafter15sessionsstudentsearnanapron. 13KateBingaman-BurtWalterGropiusMasterArtistSeriesPresentsExhibitionMarch2-May262013PublicPresentation7p.m.March152013WorkshopZineExtravaganzatakesplace9a.m.-4p.m.March15-172013AbouttheWorkshopInthisworkshopparticipantswillgetexcitedaboutandmaketheirownsmallpresspublicationsWellexplorethematerialssuppliesformatsandproductiontechniquesthatarecommonlyusedtomakezines.WelllookatawidearrayofexamplesandthenwelltransformourworkspaceintoazinefactoryTheworkshopwillbeginwithalectureanddiscussionaboutthehistoryofzinesandadiscussionabouttheiroverlapwithotherindependentpublicationssuchasartistbooksblogspamphletsandfanephemera.Eachparticipantwillreceiveazinekitfullofgluesticksruboffletterscolorlessblendermarkersreferencematerialsandmore.Wellsplitintozine-makinggroupswitheachgroupselectingfromamenuoftopics.Participantswillalsohavetheoptiontomakesomethingontheirowninadditiontothegroupworkiftheywish.Wewillhavebreakoutsessionsfocusingoncontentaswellasproductionandexecution.EveryparticipantwillcomeawayfromthisworkshopwithnewpublicationstheyhavemadeaswellastheknowledgeandtoolstomakemoreAbouttheArtistKateBingaman-Burtisanillustratorandeducatorwhomakespilesofworkaboutconsumerismandconsumerculture.AsanundergraduateBingaman-Burtdouble-majoredinEnglishandStudioArtattheCollegeoftheOzarksPointLookoutMissouriandreceivedabachelorsdegreein2000.SheearnedanMFAfromtheUniversityofNebraskaLincolnNebraskain2004andiscurrentlyanAssistantProfessorofGraphicDesignatPortlandStateUniversityPortlandOregon.AsanillustratorBingaman-Burthappilythinksanddrawsforothergoodpeopleandcompanies.HergrowinglistofregionalnationalandinternationaldesignclientsincludesVH1TargetGirlScoutsofAmericaHallmarkandtheGapaswellaslocallylovedinstitutionssuchtheMuseumofContemporaryCraftReadingFrenzyandTheDillPickleClub.Shealsoactivelyexhibitshercontinuingresearchaboutconsumptionandhumanbehaviorinmuseumsgalleriesstorefrontsandcommunityspaces.HerfirstbookObsessiveConsumptionWhatDidYouBuyTodaywaspublishedbyPrincetonArchitecturalPressin2010andhersecondbookWhatDidIBuyTodaywillbereleasedthisspring.Since2007Bingaman-BurtsworkhasbeenrepresentedbyJenBekmanGalleryNewYorkCityNY.AbouttheArtistsWorkKateBingaman-Burtisincrediblyversatileasavisualartistemployingdrawingtypographypaintingphotographycraftsandgraphicdesigninservicetoacentraltheme.Shemakesdrawingszinesdressesphotosandpaperchainsaboutpersonalconsumerismmarketeconomiesguiltjoyexcessgiftscelebrationrepetitionandthecommunityofthesesharedexperiences.Theseworkscheerfullyandcriticallydocumentordinaryandmass-producedobjectssuchasCokecansPost-itnotestoiletbowlcleanermiscellaneousitemsthatweinteractwithbutoftendonotthinkabout.Otherseriesinvestigatemixtapesstolengoodspasswordsandyardsalesigns.OnFebruary52006Bingaman-BurtbeganmakingdrawingsthatdocumentsomethingshepurchasedthatdayandtheprojectisstillongoingKateBingaman-BurtThesearetheThingsthatPeopleShoplift2012.Inkandpaper18x24.Imagecourtesyoftheartist. 14ExhibitionMarch2-May52013PublicPresentation7p.m.March222013WorkshopStep-by-StepProcessforEffectiveIllustrationtakesplace9a.m.-4p.m.March22-242013AbouttheWorkshopFromtheinitialstepofthumbnailsketchforconceptdevelopmenttothefinalstepsofdrawingandpaintingtheworkshopisdesignedtoteachastep-by-stepprocessforeffectiveillustrationmaking.Regardlessofpersonalstyleordirectiononewantstopursuewiththeirartunderstandingthevalueofeachstepofthecreativeprocesswillimprovethefinaloutcomeofyourart.Slideshowlecturesdemonstrationsindrawingphotoreferencingresearchtechniquesandpaintingwillbeincludedinthecontentoftheworkshop.AbouttheArtistOneofAmericasforemostcontemporaryartist-illustratorsChrisC.F.PaynereceivedaBachelorofFineArtsdegreefromMiamiUniversityOxfordOhioin1976andfurtherhonedhisskillsattheIllustratorsWorkshopinTarrytownN.Y.Paynebeganhisfreelancecareerin1980andiscurrentlybasedinhishometownofCincinnatiOhiowherehesettledaftersojournstostudiosinAkronChicagoandDallas.PaynesillustrationshavebeenfeaturedonthecoversofReadersDigestTimeMagazineTheNewYorkTimesBookReviewTheAtlanticMonthlyU.S.NewsandWorldReportSportsIllustratedBoysLifeMADMagazineandderSpiegel.Hehasbeencommissionedtopaintcountlesspoliticiansauthorsandentertainersandhasillustrated10childrenspicturebooksincludingTheRemarkableFarkleMcBrideandMicawberwrittenbyJohnLithgow.PayneisaProfessorofIllustrationandChairofGraduateStudiesattheColumbusCollegeofArtandDesign.OverthecourseofhisprolificcareerPaynehasreceivednationalrecognitionfromdistinguishedorganizationssuchastheSocietyofIllustratorstheSocietyofPublicationDesignersCommunicationArtsandpublicationssuchasPrintMagazineHowMagazineandIllustrationMagazine.HisworkgarneredGoldandSilverawardsfromtheSocietyofIllustratorsofbothNewYorkandLosAngelesandhereceivedtheHamiltonKingAwardoneoftheindustrysmostprestigiousfromtheSocietyofIllustratorsofNewYork.PaynehasexhibitedworkintheNationalPortraitGalleryWashingtonD.C.theNationalAcademyMuseumNewYorkN.Y.theNormanRockwellMuseumStockbridgeMACincinnatiArtMuseumCincinnatiOHandnumerouscollegeanduniversitygalleriessuchastheSelbyGalleryattheRinglingCollegeofArtandDesignSarasotaFL.AbouttheArtistsWorkOftencomparedtolegendaryillustratorNormanRockwell1894-1978Payneswide-rangingabilityenableshimtocoverarangeofsubjectsinmultiplemarketsseriouslyaswellasirreverently.MuchofPaynescommercialworkdepictseverydaylifeandreferencescollectiveAmericanexperiences.LikeRockwellhedisplaysakeenemotionalsensitivityconveyedthroughsubtletiesofgestureandexpression.Althoughnaturallyinclinedtohumorandcaricaturehishighlyrealisticrenditionsmaketheexaggerationsconvincinglyreal.DespitetheincreasingroleofdigitaltechnologyinthefieldPayneworkswithtraditionalmediausingtime-honoreddrawingandpaintingtechniques.HisapproachisunusualthoughasheapplieslayersofacrylicpaintandPrismacolorpenciloveranoil-basedwash.WhilethewashisstillwetPaynebeginsestablishingvalueandlooselyarticulatingthefiguresbywipingawayareaswitharag.Theinitialoilunderpaintinggivestheworkauniformtoneandissealedwithphotographersvarnishbeforeproceedingtosuccessivelayers.C.F.PayneWalterGropiusMasterArtistSeriesPresentsC.F.PayneOrangeJuiceAd21997.Mixedmedia11x1212.Imagecourtesyoftheartist. 15ExhibitionMarch2-April282013PublicPresentation7p.m.April42013WorkshopPaintingandaPhilosophyofLifetakesplace9a.m.-4p.m.April5-72013AbouttheWorkshopIsitpossibletoproduceapaintingthatsynchronizeswithonesphilosophyoflifeThisconceptwillbeexploredduringthethreedayworkshopPaintingandaPhilosophyofLife.Eachartistwillselectatraditionalmyththatisaprofoundallegoricalvehicleforrepresentingabigidea.Bybringingthisbigideaintothe21stcenturyparticipantswillbeabletoexploretheirownpersonalphilosophyoflifeandpaintingmethodastheybeginworkononelargepainting.Eachparticipatingartistshouldcomepreparedtodiscusspersonalideasandphilosophicalleaningsthatdirecttheirlivesandbewillingtoinvestigatenewdirectionsthatbringtogetherartlifegoals.AbouttheArtistInternationallyrenownedpainterandprintmakerTomNakashimaisthegreat-grandsonofasamuraiwarriorandnephewoffurniturelegendGeorgeNakashima.Afterthreeyearsofserviceinthe101stAirborneNakashimareturnedtohishometownofDubuqueIowawherehereceivedabachelorsdegreefromLorasCollegein1965.HeearnedMAandMFAdegreesfromtheUniversityofNotreDamein1966and1967respectively.HisworkhasappearedinorbeenreviewedbyhundredsofinternationalpublicationsincludingArtinAmericaNewAmericanPaintingsTheWashingtonPostTheParisReviewandElleMagazine.NakashimahasreceivednumerousawardsandfellowshipsoverthecourseofhisimpressivecareerincludingaMid-AtlanticNationalEndowmentfortheArtsFellowshipanAwardfortheVisualArtsfromTheSoutheastCenterforContemporaryArtandwasa2004nationalrecipientoftheprestigiousJoanMitchellAwardforPaintersandSculptors.Nakashimaisaveteranofmorethan30soloexhibitionswithworkfoundinmorethan50permanentcollectionsacrosstheUnitedStatesandJapanincludingtheNationalMuseumofAmericanArtWashingtonD.C.theCorcoranGalleryofArtWashingtonD.C.andtheLongBeachMuseumofArtLongBeachCA.NakashimaisaprofessoremeritusoftheCatholicUniversityofAmericaWashingtonD.C.wherehetaughtformorethan20yearsandmostrecentlyservedastheWilliamS.MorrisEminentScholarinArtatAugustaStateUniversityAugustaGAfrom2003-2010.AbouttheArtistsWorkNakashimawhowasborntoaJapanese-AmericanfatherandanIrish-CanadianmotherdrawsfrombothEasternandWesterntraditionstocreatemonumentalworksofartthatremindusofthemetaphoricalpowerofnaturalforms.Heisheavilyinfluencedbyphilosophyandtheologyandwell-knownforhisdeftuseofallegoryandsymbolisminhiswork.Nakashimastreepilepaintingsgiganticpilesoftangledtwistedtreetrunksandlimbsaddresspressingenvironmentalconcernssuchasdeforestationandurbansprawlaswellashispersonalobservancesonaging.Theseheroicworksaswellastheirmoreintimatecounterpartssynthesizepaintingtechniqueswithrecycledpapercollageelementstoformafusionofsubtlecolorandtexture.TomNakashimaWalterGropiusMasterArtistSeriesPresentsTomNakashimaWestwoodRoadNocturne2006.Magazinecollageandchalklineoncanvas110x165.Imagecourtesyoftheartist. 16ExhibitionMay4-June302013PublicPresentation7p.m.May232013WorkshopSearchingForSimplicity-MakingtheQuietestPotswiththeLoudestVoicestakesplace9a.m.-4p.m.May24-262013AbouttheWorkshopThisworkshopwillbeademonstrationhands-onformatwheretheartistandparticipantswilltravelonanexplorationofwheelthrownpotmakingfocusingonmethodsthatwillcreateaclearorganicandlooseaesthetic.Discussionwillincludetheideasofthequietandthesubtleinfunctionalpotterywithformarticulationpointingatsimplebutstrongpots.Theartistwillalsosharehisexperiencewithmakingalifeandlivingfromsharinghispotswithothers.AbouttheArtistRobertBriscoewasborninKansasCityKansasin1947andhasworkedasastudiopottersince1967.HeapprenticedwithfunctionalpotterJamesVandergriffinZarahKS1967-68andlaterreceivedaBachelorofScienceineconomicsfromKansasStateUniversity1980.BriscoewasafoundingmemberoftheUpperSt.CroixValleyPotteryTournowanannualdestinationforcollectorsnationwideandremainsoneoftheeventsprincipalorganizers.HehasreceivedawardsincludingaMcKnightArtistFellowship2001and2007andagrantfromtheJeromeFoundation1987.Briscoehaslecturedandconductedceramicsworkshopsacrossthecountry.HisworkhasbeenfeaturedinCeramicsMonthlyAmericanCraftandTheArtofContemporaryPottery.HeisrepresentedinpubliccollectionssuchastheSmithsonianAmericanArtMuseumsRenwickGalleryWashingtonD.C.theWeismanArtMuseumUniversityofMinnesotaMinneapolisMNArizonaStateUniversityArtMuseumTempeAZandnumerousprivatecollectionsaroundtheworld.Helivesandworkson31acresofwoodsandfieldsinHarrisMinnesota.AbouttheArtistsWorkPreparingandservingfoodtofamilyandfriendsremainsoneofthelasttrueritualsinthemodernage.Formorethan40yearsRobertBriscoesfunctionalpotteryhasexploredthepowerfullinkbetweenmakeranduserbyemphasizingtheintegralrolethathandmadeceramicobjectsplayinsavoringsomeoflifesrichestexperiences.Withinthistime-honoredtraditionfunctionisparamountandcrafttrulymattersanditistotheseusefulhonestendsthatBriscoeaspires.Hisgenerouslyproportionedwheelthrownstonewarepotsreflectaquietsimplicitytheirstrengthderivedthroughnuancesubtleexpressionandunhindereduse.Hisceramicformsarespareoftenasymmetricalwithheavytexturesandweightybases.RimsandattachmentssuchaslipshandlesandknobsaresubstantiallyshapedwitharoundedthicknessthatinvitestheviewertosipfromandcookinBriscoesworks.Althoughuncomplicatedbydecorationamutedpaletteofwhitehoneyrustandolivegreenashglazesintegrateformandsurfaceandfurtherenliventhework.RobertBriscoeWalterGropiusMasterArtistSeriesPresentsRobertBriscoeGoldFlutedJar2012.Reduction-firedstoneware.Woodashglazewithslips6.5x5x5.Imagecourtesyoftheartist. 17ThefiveartstudiosintwoseparatebuildingsbehindtheHuntingtonMuseumofArtarebustlingwithactivity.InAugustfourofthestudioswillhostMacysPresentsHilltopBooksOnlyonAugust17and18.InadditiontothemanyclassesworkshopsandsummercampsofferedbyHMAcommunitygroupsalsousethestudiosatcertaintimesoftheyear.ThefollowinginformationhasbeenprovidedbythecommunitygroupstopromoteawarenessoftheirprogramsandtoprovideinformationtoHuntingtonMuseumofArtmemberswhomaybeinterestedinparticipatinginactivitiesofferedbyoneormoreofthesecommunitygroups.TheHuntingtonCalligraphersGuildMeetsonthethirdFridayofeverymonthinStudio2at630p.m.Allskilllevelsarewelcome.Forfurtherinformationcall304523-3037.Tri-StateArtsAssociationMembershipmeetingsareheldbimonthlyonthesecondThursdayat7p.m.inStudio1attheHuntingtonMuseumofArt.Formoreinformationpleasevisitourwebsiteatwww.tristatearts.org.OhioValleyCameraClubIfyouhaveaninterestinphotographyorwouldliketolearnmoreaboutphotographywewouldliketoinviteyoutojointheOhioValleyCameraClub.Theclubmeetsonthe1stand3rdThursdayofeachmonthat7p.m.Formoreinformationpleasevisitourwebsiteatwww.ovccwv.org.WestVirginiaBeadSocietyTheWestVirginiaBeadSocietyisaneclecticmixofcreativeandinnovativebeadweaversanunstructuredorganizationbasedonteachingencouragingandinspiringoneanother.BeadersmeetinStudio2the2ndSaturdayofeverythirdmonthfrom10a.m.to1p.m.Call304529-4200forfurtherinformation.CommunityArtGroupsatHMAWalterGropiusMastersWorkshopsTheWalterGropiusMasterArtistSeriesisfundedthroughthegenerosityoftheEstateofRoxannaY.BoothwhowishedtoassistinthedevelopmentofanarteducationprograminaccordancewiththeproposalsofWalterGropiuswhodesignedtheMuseumsGropiusAdditionaswellastheGropiusStudios.TheMuseumisindebtedtoRoxannaY.BoothssonAlexBoothforhisparticipationintheconceptdevelopmentoftheGropiusMasterArtistsWorkshops.WorkshopfeesWorkshopfeeperpersonperworkshopis225fornon-members195forMuseumMembers165forteachers120forstudents.Meet-and-greetfirst-daybreakfastanddailylunchincludedintheworkshopfee.Thenumberofworkshopparticipantsislimited.HowtoenrollRegistrationmustbereceivedatleast3daysinadvanceoftheclassstartingdate.AllchecksshouldbemadetotheHuntingtonMuseumofArt.Mostmajorcreditcardsareacceptedbyfaxphonemailorinperson.SendpaymenttoHuntingtonMuseumofArtEducationClasses2033McCoyRoadHuntingtonWV25701.Formoreinformationvisitwww.hmoa.orgorcall304529-2701.HMAisfullyaccessible.ShownaresomeexamplesofbeadworkbeingdonebymembersoftheWestVirginiaBeadSociety. 18MacysPresentsHilltopBooksOnlyBookloversofallagesareboundtodiscoveranumberofitemstheywanttotakehomewiththematMacysPresentsHilltopBooksOnly.BooksaresortedandarrangedbycategoryfortwoweekspriortotheeventbyvolunteersandHMAstaff.Youllfindchildrensbooksmysteriesromancestextbooksartbooksandmuchmore.TherearealsoasmallernumberofusedvideosDVDsandCDs.MapswillbemadeavailableagainthisyearforvisitorsofMacysPresentsHilltopBooksOnlysofindingwhatyourelookingforwontbedifficult.Theeventtakesplacefrom9a.m.to5p.m.SaturdayAugust17andnoonto5p.m.SundayAugust18.MacysPresentsHilltopBooksOnlyisamajorfundraiserfortheHuntingtonMuseumofArt.Admissionis5onSaturdayandfreeonSundaycourtesyofMacys.HMAwillacceptusedbooksrightupuntilthedaybeforethesale.BookscanbedroppedoffatHMAsLoadingDock.Ifyouhavealargenumberofbooksyouwouldliketodonateyoucanarrangeforsomeonetocomeandcollectthembycalling304529-2701.MacysPresentsHilltopBooksOnlyisalsosponsoredbytheWestVirginiaDivisionofCultureandHistorythroughtheirWestVirginiaFairsandFestivals.FormoreinformationoneventsatHMAvisitwww.hmoa.orgorcall304-529-2701.HMAisfullyaccessible.WestVirginiaresidentsmayobtainasummaryoftheregistrationandfinancialdocumentsfromtheSecretaryofStateStateCapitolCharlestonWV25305.Registrationdoesnotimplyendorsement.onAugust17and182013attheHuntingtonMuseumofArt.PeoplestandinlinewaitingforthestartoflastyearsMacysPresentsHilltopBooksOnly.BooksaresortedintocategoriesfortwoweeksbeforethestartofMacysPresentsHilltopBooksOnlytomakeiteasierforpeopletofindthetypesofbookstheyareseeking. 19TheMuseumShopWhiteGlovePartyTheMuseumShopisagreatplacetofindanartisticgiftandfeaturesartworkbyregionalartistsjewelryscarvesstationerychildrenstoysandmuchmore.AshleySaundersMuseumShopManagerCarolEiselsteinMuseumShopBuyerandJaniceNoahWeekendShopAssistantworkhardtomakeyourshoppingexperienceapleasantone.ToreceiveregularupdatesfromtheMuseumShoponFacebooksearchforHuntingtonMuseumofArtGiftShopandlikethepage.InthenextfewmonthslookfortheMuseumShoptofeaturemoregiftitemssuitableforweddingandbabyshowers.TheHuntingtonMuseumofArtsWhiteGlovePartyisMay162013from430to7p.m.MembersoftheBauhausSchoolshouldmarktheircalendarsnowandplantoattendthesecondannualWhiteGlovePartyThisinvitation-onlyeventtakesHMAsupportersbehindthescenesofHMAsCuratorialDepartmentwhereyoulllearnwhyyoullneedthewhiteglovesyoullreceiveCarolynBagbySarahDenmanandSallyLovechatatthe2012WhiteGloveParty.HMARegistrarLindaSannsworkswithWhiteGlovePartyattendeesJaneFotosandBarryK.TourignytoshowthemthroughamagnifyingglassthebrushstrokesofsomeofHMAsmasterpiecesatthe2012WhiteGloveParty. 20MemberProfleJOHNH.WEBERYouneverlearnallyouneedtointhearts.ThesewordsrepresentaphilosophyandanapproachtolifeforoneofHMAsTrusteesandvolunteersJohnH.Weber.BornandraisedoutsidePhiladelphiainNorristownPAJohnwastakentomuseumsandconcertsasachildandthisinstilledinhimthenotionoftheimportanceandbenefitsoftheartsincreatingapersonalwell-roundedness.JohnplayedbaritonehornfromelementaryschoolthroughcollegeandhisinterestinvisualartbeganinchildhoodasavisitortomuseumsinPhiladelphiaandthesurroundingarea.HissupportofartsorganizationsstartedaftercollegewithsupportoftheSchwenkfelderLibraryandHeritageCenterafacilitydedicatedtopreservingtheheritageoftheSchwenkfeldersandthehistoryofsoutheastPennsylvania.AftermovingtoHuntingtonin1984toworkatHuntingtonAlloysJohnbecameanactiveparticipantandsupporterofartsorganizationsinourareaeventuallyservingontheBoardoftheHuntingtonSymphonyOrchestra.NotingthathelooksformuseumsinwhatevercommunityhemayfindhimselfJohnhasalwaysbeenimpressedbythewidevarietyofexhibitionsofferedatHMAespeciallyinthepermanentinstallations.HefirstbecameaMuseummemberin1985.JohnsvolunteeractivitiesattheMuseumstartedwithhisworkattheHilltopFestivalseveralyearsago.HistenureasamemberoftheBoardofTrusteesbeganin2009andhecurrentlyservesontheODMCcommitteeWelcomeandStuffingsubcommitteestheFinancecommitteeandtheStrategicPlanningcommittee.HehasalsoservedontheFacilitiescommittee.JohnvolunteeredtoassistinHMAofficesabouttwoyearsagoandthatledtowhatisfarandawayhislargestvolunteercontributionJohnscurrentprojectisdevelopingaproceduresmanualwhichaddressesallfunctionsatHMA.HeisnowspendingtwofulldayseachweekattheMuseumworkingonthisveryimportantandexpansiveundertaking.Histimeasamemberandbehind-the-scenesvolunteeratHMAhasledtoanevolutioninJohnsperceptionoftheroleofmuseumsparticularlyastheyrelatetoeducationofthecommunity.HebelievesthatexposingchildrentotheartsfosterstheirappreciationandsenseofwonderandhenotesthatyoulearnalotintheartsthathelpsyouwithothersubjectsandtheearlierthebetterRegardingHMAsroleinthecommunityJohnparticularlycitestheimportanceoftheMuseumseducationaloutreachprogramsnotingthatHMAreachesouttostudentswhoareeconomicallydisadvantagedviaschoolsandsocialserviceagenciestoprovidethemwithopportunitiesforartisticself-expression.HisconnectiontoHMAhasalsoallowedJohnhisownoutletforcreativityviaclassesandworkshopsaswellasachancetogivebacktosociety.LookingaheadJohnrecognizesthechallengeofmaintainingwhattheMuseumcurrentlyoffersandcontinuingtomeetitsmission.HeseesvalueinbuildingonHMAshistoryofeducationalprogrammingandidentifiestheMuseumstaffscommitmenttotheirworkandopennesstoimprovingproceduresasvaluableresources.AndheiswillingtocontinueworkinghardsupportingHMAinitseffortsbecausehehascometoseethattheartsareveryimportantinsupportingbalanceinlifeexperiences.HMABoardMemberandVolunteerJohnWeberposesforaphotointheC.FredEdwardsConservatory. 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23HuntingtonSymphonyConcertsCall304781-8343orvisitwww.huntingtonsymphony.orgforupcomingconcertandticketinformation.HSOandHMAhavecollaboratedformanyyearstopromoteartsintheTri-StateRegion.EventsMikeNorrisandfolkartistMinnieAdkinswillsigncopiesoftheirchildrensbooksat2p.m.March24.Admissionisfree.AuthorSheliaRedlingwillsigncopiesofhernewbookDamoclesonJune9at2p.m.Admissionisfree.Refreshmentswillbeserved.PianistEthanUslanwillpresentaspecialperformanceonHMAsSteinwayat2p.m.July142013thatwillincludefilmclipsonthebigscreeninHMAsGraceRardinDohertyAuditorium.Admissionisfree.ThiseventissponsoredbytheArthurandJoanWeisbergFamilyFoundationInc.inMemoryofArtWeisberg.MacysPresentsHilltopBooksOnlytakesplacefrom9a.m.to5p.m.SaturdayAugust172013andnoonto5p.m.SundayAugust182013.Admissionis5onSaturdayandfreeonSundaycourtesyofMacys.WestVirginiaResidentsmayobtainasummaryoftheregistrationandnancialdocumentsfromtheSecretaryofStateStateCapitolCharlestonWV25305.Registrationdoesnotimplyendorsement.JoinUsonFacebookIfyouwouldliketostayuptodatewiththeHuntingtonMuseumofArtonFacebookweinviteyoutojointhemorethan3500peoplewholikeHMAsFacebookpage.AlsocheckouttheHuntingtonMuseumofArtGiftShoppageonFacebookfordetailsonhappeningsinTheMuseumShop.SignupforourRSSFeedonthehomepageofwww.hmoa.org.SendusyouremailaddresstosignupforouremaillisttoreceiveourelectronicnewslettersandupdatesaboutHMAandTheMuseumShopviaemail.ProgramsWalterGropiusMasterArtistsSeriesKateBingaman-BurtPresentation7p.m.March152013ExhibitMarch2-May262013.C.F.PaynePresentation7p.m.March222013ExhibitMarch2-May52013.TomNakashimaPresentation7p.m.April42013ExhibitMarch2-April282013.RobertBriscoePresentation7p.m.May232013ExhibitMay4-June302013.FreeTuesdaysSponsoredbyATTTheHuntingtonMuseumofArtwishestothankATTforsponsoringfreeTuesdayadmission.HMAisopentothepubliconTuesdaysfrom10a.m.to9p.m.OurTuesdayeveninghoursofferfamiliesachancetovisitHMAtogetherduringtheweek.FourthTuesdayToursat7p.m.onthefourthTuesdayofeachmonthhavebecomeapopularprogramofferingguidedtoursspeakersandrefreshmentseachmonth.calendarExhibitsAmericanImpressionismcontinuesthroughApril72013.HuntingtonFederalSavingsBankPresentsMr.FitzCelebratingthe60thAnniversaryoftheHuntingtonMuseumofArtcontinuesthroughOctober202013.PilgrimCameoGlassfromtheToumaCollectioncontinuesthroughNovember172013.VestigeofaTreerunsMay11throughSeptember12013.Openingeventtakesplaceat7p.m.May282013duringtheFourthTuesdayTourwithaguidedtouroftheexhibitandawalkonthenaturetrail.Admissionisfree.Refreshmentswillbeserved.FreeTuesdaysattheHuntingtonMuseumofArtaresponsoredbyATT.TheHerald-DispatchPresentsLookingBackHuntingtonthroughtheLensofLeviHolleyStonerunsMay25throughAugust182013.Openingeventat715p.m.June252013featuresEmmyAward-winningwriteranddocumentaryfilmmakerJohnWitekleadingaGalleryWalkthroughthisexhibitasaFourthTuesdayTour.Admissionisfree.Refreshmentswillbeserved.FreeTuesdaysattheHuntingtonMuseumofArtaresponsoredbyATT.Portfolio2013runsApril20throughMay192013.Openingreceptionandawardsceremonytakeplaceat2p.m.April202013.Admissionisfree.StudioSelectionsrunsApril23throughApril282013.Openingreceptiontakesplacefrom6to7p.m.April232013.Admissionisfree.ASenseofPlaceTheWestVirginiaSesquicentennialArtistInvitationalrunsJune1throughSeptember222013.Openingeventtakesplacefrom6to8p.m.June222013withthepresentationofashortvideoabouttheartistsbyBradBostonpresentedonthebigscreeninHMAsGraceRardinDohertyAuditoriumfollowedbyaMeet-the-ArtistsReception.Admissionisfree.SelectedRealityrunsJune8throughOctober132013. 24HeresLookingatYouMUSEUMBALL2013SusanNicholasandDougKorstanjeattendthe2013MuseumBalltitledHeresLookingatYouThankingtheTri-Statefor60YearsofSupport.ThesebeautifulstrawberrieswereamongtheappetizersservedbyWellingtonsonthenightoftheMuseumBall.MuseumBallPlanningCommitteememberSarahWallingandAnnaLafferreposeforaphoto.ThankstoHalcyonMosesforservingasMuseumBallChairforthesecondyearinarow.HMAEmeritusBoardMemberBobCsernicaisgreetedbyHMADevelopmentDirectorCarolBaileyashearrivesattheMuseumBallwithhisdaughterandson-in-law.MaryandRobJohnsonposeforaphotoduringtheMuseumBall.VeenaRellanposesforaphotoduringtheHeresLookingatYouThankingtheTri-Statefor60YearsofSupportMuseumBall.CammieChapmanBobNistendirkandHMADevelopmentOfficerTessMooreposeforaphoto. HeresLookingatYouMUSEUMBALL2013HMAMuseumBallPlanningCommitteemembersConnieBreeceCarolMariottiandMichelleNorweckposeforaphotoduringtheMuseumBall.RebeccaMcPhailRandolphandJoeRandolphposeforaphoto.DeborahPohlmanwastheDesignChairfortheMuseumBallandLindaHolmesandElizabethAppellSheetswereCo-ChairsoftheHouseCommittee.HMAExecutiveDirectorMargaretMaryLayneMaryWilliamsandHuntingtonMayorSteveWilliamsposeforaphotointheVirginiaVanZandtGreatHallduringtheMuseumBallonFebruary162013.ElizabethAppellSheetsandScottSheetsposeforaphoto.HMADevelopmentDirectorCarolBaileyandHMAGrantsWriterJenniferStrechayposeforaphoto. FundedbytheRoxannaBoothBequesttheWestVirginiaCommissionontheArtsandtheNationalEndowmentortheArtsaederalagency.WestVirginiaResidentsmayobtainasummaryotheregistrationandfnancialdocumentsromtheSecretaryoStateStateCapitolCharlestonWV25305.Registrationdoesnotimplyendorsement.AccreditedbytheAmericanAssociationoMuseums.HMAisfullyaccessible.HUNTINGTONMUSEUMOFART2033McCoyRoadHuntingtonWV25701-4999NONPROFITU.S.POSTAGEPAIDHuntingtonWVPermitNo.24TeMuseumShopwww.hmoa.org304529-2701generalINFORMATIONWebsitewww.hmoa.org304529-2701FAX304529-7447MUSEUMHOURSEveningHoursonTuesday10a.m.-9p.m.Wednesday-Saturday10a.m.-5p.m.SundayNoon-5p.m.ClosedMonday.HMAchargesageneraladmission.HMAmemberswillbeadmittedfreeandBauhausSchoolmembersmaybringguestsfreeofcharge.Schoolanddaycaretoursremainfreeofcharge.FreeadmissioneachTuesdayissponsoredbyATT.USETHISQRCODETOSEEALISTOFUPCOMINGEVENTSATHMA.2013EstateofL.H.Stone