Welcome back, everyone! We hope that you’ve had a rejuvenating winter break.
As you return to campus please take a moment to view the library’s complementary display to the Lenore Tawney: Wholly Unlooked For exhibition (January 17th – March 2nd, Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery). Assembled by Casey Murphy and Mary Louise Castaldi in the display cases outside the Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery you will find realia, library collection highlights, and a biographical timeline created using Tawney’s fiber. The realia on display is part of a generous donation from the Lenore G. Tawney Foundation. The display is made entirely from materials and resources available in the Greenfield Library and from Tawney’s own fibers.
Included in the display are images of the Tawney sculptural installation in Hamilton Hall, Cloud Labyrinth, that was part of the National Sculpture Conference held at UArts in 1992.
The following titles from the library’s collection are on display:
Nugent, Kathleen, ed. Lenore Tawney: A Retrospective. New York: Rizzoli, 1990. Print.
Smith, Nancy. Directions 1968. Philadelphia, PA: Philadelphia College of Art, 1968. Print.
Tawney, Lenore, Liesbeth Crommelin, and Kathleen N. Mangan. Lenore Tawney: Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 11/5-30/6/1996. Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum, 1996. Print.
WCA Honor Awards: Edna Andrade, Dorothy Dehner, Lotte Jacobi, Ellen Johnson, Stella Kramrisch, Lenore Tawney, Pecolia Warner: 5th Annual Ceremony for Outstanding Achievement in the Visual Arts. San Francisco, CA: Women’s Caucus for Art, 1983. Print.
View more of Lenore Tawney’s work in ARTstor:
Discover primary sources and reviews through the library’s subscription databases!
The following articles are available through either EBSCOhost or Proquest:
Weltge, Sigrid Wortmann. “Spiritual Revolutionary.” American Craft 68.1 (2008): 90-97
Stein, Judith E. “The Inventive Genius Of Lenore Tawney.” Fiberarts 24.2 (1997): 28-34.
“In Memoriam: Lenore Tawney.” Fiberarts 34.4 (2008): 8.
A handout of library resources on Lenore Tawney is available at the Greenfield circulation desk.