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Generations of the Washington Color School Revisited
May 9 - July 13, 2007 DATES EXTENDED: September 4 - October 5, 2007
The Luther W. Brady Art Gallery is participating in the city-wide event, ColorField.Remix. The George Washington University was part of
a network of institutions and private collectors that supported and perpetuated the artists and works of the Washington Color School. Drawing from its
history of both exhibiting and collecting the works of artists such as Gene Davis, Thomas Downing, Howard Mehring, Alma Thomas, and Willem DeLooper,
the Luther W. Brady Art Gallery will build on the 1984 exhibition Generations of the Washington Color School, held at the Dimock Gallery, by adding
significant new acquisitions and loans of never before seen works by New York artist, Rosette Bakish, who studied with Robert Motherwell;
local artist, Amy Lin; and a pivotal work new addition to the GW Permanent Collection by DeLooper.
Images from Generations of the Washington Color School Revisited
Annual Awards Show
March 28 - April 27, 2007
The George Washington University's Luther W. Brady Art Gallery and the Department of Fine Arts and Art History present the 2007 Annual
Awards Show, featuring works by undergraduate seniors and graduate fine arts students. This year's judge was Renee Stout.
Images from The Annual Awards Show
Turning Wood Into Art: A Gift from Jane and Arthur Mason to The Gelman Library
October 20th - December 23, 2006
Back: John Jordan, Bowl with a Bullet, red leaf maple.
Front: Michael Hosaluk, Untitled, split bowl painted in acrylics: black, wine, yellow.
Presented in the second floor cases, this recent gift of wood art from the collection of Jane and Arthur
Mason demonstrates great craftsmanship and inspired design from a variety of artists. The artists represented in the exhibition are:
Trent Bosch, Phil Brown, Dan Cunningham, Dan DeLuz, Joe Dickey, Michael Hosaluk, Bill Johnson, John Jordan, Dan Kvitka,
Stoney Lamar, Bruce Mitchell, Gene Pozzesi, Allen Ritzman, Jack R. Slentz, Tim Stokes, Jack Straka, and David Ellsworth.
Envisioning the GW Campus: The Trachtenberg Years
February 7 - March 9, 2007
In the 19 years that Stephen Joel Trachtenberg has been president of The George Washington University, the campus has been
enhanced with more than twelve new buildings, outdoor sculptures, monumental gates, signage, nest pocket parks, seating, and landscaping.
The Brady Gallery takes a closer look at these projects through architectural plans, drawings, photographs, and original artworks.
Images from Envisioning the GW Campus: The Trachtenberg Years
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The Franz and Virginia Bader Fund: Artists of The First Three Years
November 8, 2006 - January 26, 2007
Photograph of Franz Bader by Robert Lautman
Since 2002, the Franz and Virginia Bader Fund has distributed $185,000 to 10 grantees. For many of the artists the grant came at a critical juncture
in their careers, enabling them to sustain a dream of self-realization through their art. The funds enabled the artists to take time off from other jobs,
cover traveling expenses for exhibitions, construct new studio space, and experiment in other media. The Luther W. Brady Art Gallery exhibits the work
of the first seven recipients of this unique grant. The artists in the exhibition are Alex Kanevsky, Steven Kenny, the late Kevin MacDonald (GW B.F.A. '69),
Susan Moore, Scott Noel, Charles Ritchie, and GW Visiting Assistant Professor Yuriko Yamaguchi. The exhibition is dedicated to the memory of
Kevin MacDonald (1946 - 2006).
The Franz and Virginia Bader Fund was established in 2001 in accordance to the will of the late Virginia Bader to provide grants to visual artists who have
reached the age of 40 and reside within 150 miles of Washington, D.C. The grants are awarded by a committee of nine, all friends of Franz and Virginia Bader.
Virginia Forman Bader, was the widow of Franz Bader, a well known Washington gallery and art bookstore owner who was given an honorary D.F.A by GW in 1984.
Recent Acquisitions to the GW Permanent Collection
October 4 - 27, 2006
Linda Tish Goldstein, Warming George, 2004, watercolor
The George Washington University has collected artwork since 1821 and now owns works by such renowned artists as Rembrandt Peale, Gilbert Stuart,
Marc Chagall, William Hogarth, and Sam Gilliam. With more than 3,600 works of art, the GW Permanent Collection constantly is growing through
gifts and purchases. The Luther W. Brady Art Gallery presents fifteen of the latest acquisitions to the collection, including works by Sam Gilliam
and Jules Olitski. Two works by Joan Miro and Giorgio de Chirico also will be shown from a collection of promised gifts.