Category Archives: Sculptor: Women Artists

 

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The Milky Way - by Renee Robbins

Location: 1130 S Michigan Avenue

2016 Wabash Arts Corridor.. click here..

Renee Robbins is a Chicago based artist. She loves exploring relationship between micro and macro factors in nature and in cosmos. "Life presents enchanting explorations through tiny cells, flowering botanicals, rare specimens, brilliant carnivals, and celestial bodies. I position...
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One of the highlights of my recent vacation in India, was meeting with the accomplished Madhubani painter Dulari Devi. She has won several awards, and many articles and books have been written on her. Madhubani art derives its name from the place where this art flourished - Madhubani - a town in the northern part of Bihar. The art is confined in and...
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2016: Chicago Sculpture International [CSI] unveils Lecture Series

"Women Sculptors of Chicago - Not for Men Only"

A series of five lectures, one each month, from January through May, 2016.

Location: Studio Theater at Chicago Cultural Center.

"Women Sculptors of Chicago - Not for Men Only"  lecture series features images, live process demonstrations and discussions presented by 11 extremely creative and talented female sculptors. All of...
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Continuing with studio visits of Contemporary Sculptors of Chicago..

October 12, 2015: Visited studio of sculptor Margaret Lanterman, with Steve Mueller of Vector Custom Fabricating.

Margaret Lanterman is an artist and an art educator. She received MFA in sculpture from University of Illinois and BFA in painting from Miami University. She also pursued post graduate study in Ethology at Purdue University. She has...
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Sylvia Shaw Judson

Sylvia Shaw Judson was born in 1897 in Lake Forest, Illinois. She is the daughter of prominent Chicago architect Howard Van Doren Shaw. She attended the Westover School in Connecticut. In 1917, she married Clay Judson (1892–1960), a Chicago lawyer. She studied with Anna Hyatt Huntington and Albin Polasek at the Art Institute of Chicago and went to Paris in 1920 to continue...
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