The Two Red Roses Foundation has agreed to lend a selection of prints from its woodblock collection to The Sun Valley Center for the Arts in Sun Valley, Idaho. The exhibition, mounted by Ms. Courtney Gilbert, Ph.D. and Curator of Visual Arts, examines the influence of Japanese woodcut printmaking in the late 19th and early 20th century on European and American artists as well as a number of contemporary artists. For a view of the entire brochure click here. The woodcuts chosen are from important artists of the American Arts and Crafts period including Arthur Wesley Dow, Margaret Jordan Patterson, Frances Gearhart, Elizabeth Gardiner, Edna Boies Hopkins, and Elizabeth Colborne.
PALM BEACH, FL - The Flagler Museum's forthcoming exhibition, A Spirit of Simplicity:
American Arts and Crafts from the Two Red Roses Foundation, will feature nearly 150 objects
illustrating the range of American Arts and Crafts style, including furniture, wood block prints,
stained glass, decorative tiles, pottery, and metalwork. A Spirit of Simplicity will be on view from
October 6, 2009, through January 3, 2010. The exhibition is free with Flagler Museum admission.
The University of Florida's Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, Gainesville, Florida presents "Uncommon Glazes: American Pottery, 1880-1950" showcasing forty-five pieces of ceramic pottery from the leading potters of the period. Works by pioneers Rookwood, Roseville, Grueby, and Newcomb are on display. Dulce Roman, Curator of Modern Art for the museum curates the exhibits. The Two Red Roses Foundation is pleased to participate in this important exhibition.
For a press release on this exhibit click here
Samuel P. Harn Museum on the University of Florida
The Two Red Roses Foundation will lend to the AAPA Pottery Exhibition 15 vases and a number of tiles from its collection. For additional details on the AAPA Convention follow this link. For a press release on the AAPA Convention click here
Sheraton Bucks County Hotel in Langhorne, Pennsylvania
The St. Petersburg Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, Florida: "Beauty in Common Things; American Arts & Crafts Pottery from the Two Red Roses Foundation" which emphasizes exeptional American ceramics. The exhibit, which will take place in the new museum wing, is co-curated by Martin Eidelberg, Professor Emeritus at Rutgers University, and independent scholar Jonathan Clancy.
December 14, 2007 through March 2, 2008: Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio
March 15, 2008 through June 1, 2008: Springfield Museum of Art, Springfield, Ohio
June 19, 2008 through September 1, 2008: The Providence Art Association and Museum