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  • Columbia Museum of Art
    disciplines Noon Cost Free with membership or admission Learn More Fri 12 February 2016 Talks and Tours REMIX Spark Tour The CMA is offering quick 30 minute Spark Tours of featured exhibitions 2 00 p m Cost Free with membership or admission Learn More Art School Summer Camp Families Educators School Programs Community Outreach Group Tours About Face Multimedia Tours Sat 13 February 2016 For Families Sweet on CMA Come have a lovely time at the fourth annual Sweet on CMA family fun event Noon 3 00 p m Cost Free Learn More Sun 14 February 2016 For Families Passport to Art Puppy Love This free drop in studio program for families features thematic hands on art projects and a family tour Valentine s Day is all about love Noon 3 00 p m Cost Free Learn More Become a Member Donate Sponsor Volunteer Give the Gift of Art Support the Museum Your gift helps the museum achieve its mission to engage the mind and enrich the spirit Make a Donation Become a Member Join today engage your mind and enrich your spirit with the benefits and rewards of being a member of the Columbia Museum of Art Join the CMA Back to CMA Stories Apertures November 2 2015 By CMA Premier Society Member Curtis Derrick I ve always admired O Keeffe s art and have used it frequently in my teaching Many of my composition students have responded in amazing ways to her paintings When the Premier Society announced the O Keeffe country trip my wife and I jumped at the chance to go For me it turned out to be more of a pilgrimage than just a trip Being there at Abiquiu and Ghost Ranch and listening to those who knew O Keeffe not only enlarged my understanding of her relationship to place but also revealed much about her creative process Her need for solitude her approaches to image making the process of abstraction the interaction of light and shadow all have application in my art as well O Keeffe s paintings of land and sky viewed through pelvic bones and skulls are familiar but on the trip we saw a photograph of her holding up a piece of Swiss cheese like it was a camera It reminded me of the old adage about art being serious fun and also made me wonder if like her husband using a camera s viewfinder in his compositions she looked for ways intentionally to frame and shape her view Soon after the poem Apertures started coming to me The more I worked with it it seemed to lead deeper into her art APERTURES after touring O Keeffe country A pelvic bone a slice of swiss anything could serve as aperture before her eye her way of entering the world minus the distracting and extraneous features irrelevant in her solitude Frames they were to hold the lushness back check nature s frippery subtracting as her mind abstracted time space mutability Light distilling

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  • Columbia Museum of Art
    Sponsor Volunteer Give the Gift of Art About Mission and History FAQ Work at CMA CMA Stories Newsroom About the CMA Press Kits News Board of Trustees Collections Magazine Contact Who to Call Rights and Reproductions Staff Directory Rent Donate Directions and Parking Guidelines Accessibility About Columbia CMA Shop CMA On the Road Group Tours 11 00a m 5 00p m See full list of Museum Hours Visit 1515 Main Street Columbia SC 29201 Write P O Box 2068 Columbia SC 29202 Information 803 799 2810 Museum Shop 803 343 2159 Group Tours 803 343 2163 Membership 803 343 2198 REMIX Spoken All Exhibitions Kress Collection American Asian European Modern and Contemporary Vogel Collection All Events CMA Chamber Music on Main CMA Jazz on Main Arts Draughts Talks and Tours Columbia Design League Events Contemporaries Events Friends of African American Art Culture Events CMA Gala Fri 12 February 2016 Talks and Tours Artist Salon Damond Howard The artist salon series features gallery talks about a wide range of subjects topics and disciplines Noon Cost Free with membership or admission Learn More Fri 12 February 2016 Talks and Tours REMIX Spark Tour The CMA is offering quick 30 minute Spark Tours of featured exhibitions 2 00 p m Cost Free with membership or admission Learn More Art School Summer Camp Families Educators School Programs Community Outreach Group Tours About Face Multimedia Tours Sat 13 February 2016 For Families Sweet on CMA Come have a lovely time at the fourth annual Sweet on CMA family fun event Noon 3 00 p m Cost Free Learn More Sun 14 February 2016 For Families Passport to Art Puppy Love This free drop in studio program for families features thematic hands on art projects and a family tour Valentine s Day is all about love

    Original URL path: http://www.columbiamuseum.org/cma_stories/creating-her-carolina-story-will-south-and-jackie-adams (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia Museum of Art
    SC 29202 Information 803 799 2810 Museum Shop 803 343 2159 Group Tours 803 343 2163 Membership 803 343 2198 REMIX Spoken All Exhibitions Kress Collection American Asian European Modern and Contemporary Vogel Collection All Events CMA Chamber Music on Main CMA Jazz on Main Arts Draughts Talks and Tours Columbia Design League Events Contemporaries Events Friends of African American Art Culture Events CMA Gala Fri 12 February 2016 Talks and Tours Artist Salon Damond Howard The artist salon series features gallery talks about a wide range of subjects topics and disciplines Noon Cost Free with membership or admission Learn More Fri 12 February 2016 Talks and Tours REMIX Spark Tour The CMA is offering quick 30 minute Spark Tours of featured exhibitions 2 00 p m Cost Free with membership or admission Learn More Art School Summer Camp Families Educators School Programs Community Outreach Group Tours About Face Multimedia Tours Sat 13 February 2016 For Families Sweet on CMA Come have a lovely time at the fourth annual Sweet on CMA family fun event Noon 3 00 p m Cost Free Learn More Sun 14 February 2016 For Families Passport to Art Puppy Love This free drop in studio program for families features thematic hands on art projects and a family tour Valentine s Day is all about love Noon 3 00 p m Cost Free Learn More Become a Member Donate Sponsor Volunteer Give the Gift of Art Support the Museum Your gift helps the museum achieve its mission to engage the mind and enrich the spirit Make a Donation Become a Member Join today engage your mind and enrich your spirit with the benefits and rewards of being a member of the Columbia Museum of Art Join the CMA Home CMA Stories Independent Spirits CMA Stories Independent Spirits December 30 2015 Independent Spirits Karen Ann Myers Karen Ann Myers is a visual artist living in Charleston South Carolina Learn More December 22 2015 Independent Spirits Diana Farfán Diana Farfán is an artist living in Greenville South Carolina Learn More December 16 2015 Independent Spirits Terry Jarrard Dimond Terry Jarrard Dimond earned her MFA degree from Clemson University taught art and Learn More December 9 2015 Independent Spirits Jane Nodine Jane Nodine is a renowned artist from Spartanburg South Carolina Learn More December 4 2015 Independent Spirits Mary Robinson Mary Robinson is the head of the University of South Carolin Learn More November 23 2015 Independent Spirits Anna Redwine Anna Redwine is an artist living in Columbia South Carolina Learn More November 18 2015 Independent Spirits Elizabeth Keller Elizabeth Keller is a professor of Ceramics at Coastal Carolina University s department of Visual Arts Learn More November 13 2015 What s in a Name Unpacking the term Woman Artist How is the term woman artist perceived by actual women artists We were determined to find the answer Learn More November 13 2015 Featured Exhibition Independent Spirits Women Artists of South Carolina Victoria Cooke exhibition curator Learn More November

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  • Columbia Museum of Art
    the visitors to the Columbia Museum of Art this spring are having their first encounter with the Bunzlauer pottery of eastern Germany even though they might be quite familiar with its popular step child Polish Pottery sold online today at innumerable websites or in specialty stores all across America Despite being avidly collected throughout much of Europe and having been imported into the United States by the shipload during the 1920s and 1930s thus accounting for its frequent appearance in antique stores malls and fairs Bunzlauer ware has been overlooked by American ceramic specialists and by all but a few knowledgeable collectors In fact no mention of this significant category of European ceramics is to be found in any English language pottery reference book or collector s guide and a piece of Bunzlauer ware has yet to surface on the Antiques Roadshow Bunzlauer pottery gets its name from the center of its production in the old Silesian town of Bunzlau The clays around Bunzlau are particularly well suited to the making of pottery and that essential craft has had a long history in the town that stretches back into medieval times By the time that the German Kingdom of Prussia took control of Silesia early in the 18th century Bunzlau was already known as a Toepferstadt potters town with the products of its several family run potteries being marketed throughout central Europe Under Prussian guidance the production and distribution range of Bunzlauer ceramics was extended even further During the second half of the 18th century and throughout much of the next most of the ware produced in the region consisted of utilitarian items suited to farm use all of which was bathed in a chocolate colored slip liquefied clay closely resembling the ubiquitous Albany Slip used by potters throughout the American South following the Civil War The same clay slip also coated the surfaces of quaintly elegant beer and coffee pitchers that often were decorated with white paste appliques featuring a variety of religious heraldic patriotic or neo classical motifs By the end of the 19th century however area potters were experiencing the pressure of increasing industrialization and urbanization as well as competition from mass produced crockery glass and metal wares The burgeoning middle class also sought escape from the drabness of lower class existence Potential Bunzlauer customers were demanding smaller more decorative items to brighten the interiors of their homes Consequently in order to survive the Silesian potters brought into production new lines of brightly colored decorated ceramics intended for parlor and dining room settings Just such a change in course was to occur a few years later in potteries in the American South In Silesia however the transformation took place just as the Jugendstil the German version of Art Nouveau movement was enjoying its greatest popularity Potters in Bunzlau quickly embraced Jugendstil principles incorporating many of that style s organic sensibilities into their decorative vocabulary The designs sometimes were applied with a brush but usually were stamped on

    Original URL path: http://www.columbiamuseum.org/cma_stories/discovered-bunzlauer-pottery-eastern-germany (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia Museum of Art
    Road Group Tours 11 00a m 5 00p m See full list of Museum Hours Visit 1515 Main Street Columbia SC 29201 Write P O Box 2068 Columbia SC 29202 Information 803 799 2810 Museum Shop 803 343 2159 Group Tours 803 343 2163 Membership 803 343 2198 REMIX Spoken All Exhibitions Kress Collection American Asian European Modern and Contemporary Vogel Collection All Events CMA Chamber Music on Main CMA Jazz on Main Arts Draughts Talks and Tours Columbia Design League Events Contemporaries Events Friends of African American Art Culture Events CMA Gala Fri 12 February 2016 Talks and Tours Artist Salon Damond Howard The artist salon series features gallery talks about a wide range of subjects topics and disciplines Noon Cost Free with membership or admission Learn More Fri 12 February 2016 Talks and Tours REMIX Spark Tour The CMA is offering quick 30 minute Spark Tours of featured exhibitions 2 00 p m Cost Free with membership or admission Learn More Art School Summer Camp Families Educators School Programs Community Outreach Group Tours About Face Multimedia Tours Sat 13 February 2016 For Families Sweet on CMA Come have a lovely time at the fourth annual Sweet on CMA family fun event Noon 3 00 p m Cost Free Learn More Sun 14 February 2016 For Families Passport to Art Puppy Love This free drop in studio program for families features thematic hands on art projects and a family tour Valentine s Day is all about love Noon 3 00 p m Cost Free Learn More Become a Member Donate Sponsor Volunteer Give the Gift of Art Support the Museum Your gift helps the museum achieve its mission to engage the mind and enrich the spirit Make a Donation Become a Member Join today engage your mind and enrich

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  • Columbia Museum of Art
    Who to Call Rights and Reproductions Staff Directory Rent Donate Directions and Parking Guidelines Accessibility About Columbia CMA Shop CMA On the Road Group Tours 11 00a m 5 00p m See full list of Museum Hours Visit 1515 Main Street Columbia SC 29201 Write P O Box 2068 Columbia SC 29202 Information 803 799 2810 Museum Shop 803 343 2159 Group Tours 803 343 2163 Membership 803 343 2198 REMIX Spoken All Exhibitions Kress Collection American Asian European Modern and Contemporary Vogel Collection All Events CMA Chamber Music on Main CMA Jazz on Main Arts Draughts Talks and Tours Columbia Design League Events Contemporaries Events Friends of African American Art Culture Events CMA Gala Fri 12 February 2016 Talks and Tours Artist Salon Damond Howard The artist salon series features gallery talks about a wide range of subjects topics and disciplines Noon Cost Free with membership or admission Learn More Fri 12 February 2016 Talks and Tours REMIX Spark Tour The CMA is offering quick 30 minute Spark Tours of featured exhibitions 2 00 p m Cost Free with membership or admission Learn More Art School Summer Camp Families Educators School Programs Community Outreach Group Tours About Face Multimedia Tours Sat 13 February 2016 For Families Sweet on CMA Come have a lovely time at the fourth annual Sweet on CMA family fun event Noon 3 00 p m Cost Free Learn More Sun 14 February 2016 For Families Passport to Art Puppy Love This free drop in studio program for families features thematic hands on art projects and a family tour Valentine s Day is all about love Noon 3 00 p m Cost Free Learn More Become a Member Donate Sponsor Volunteer Give the Gift of Art Support the Museum Your gift helps the museum achieve its

    Original URL path: http://www.columbiamuseum.org/exhibitions/cma-docent-collective (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia Museum of Art
    Magazine Contact Who to Call Rights and Reproductions Staff Directory Rent Donate Directions and Parking Guidelines Accessibility About Columbia CMA Shop CMA On the Road Group Tours 11 00a m 5 00p m See full list of Museum Hours Visit 1515 Main Street Columbia SC 29201 Write P O Box 2068 Columbia SC 29202 Information 803 799 2810 Museum Shop 803 343 2159 Group Tours 803 343 2163 Membership 803 343 2198 REMIX Spoken All Exhibitions Kress Collection American Asian European Modern and Contemporary Vogel Collection All Events CMA Chamber Music on Main CMA Jazz on Main Arts Draughts Talks and Tours Columbia Design League Events Contemporaries Events Friends of African American Art Culture Events CMA Gala Fri 12 February 2016 Talks and Tours Artist Salon Damond Howard The artist salon series features gallery talks about a wide range of subjects topics and disciplines Noon Cost Free with membership or admission Learn More Fri 12 February 2016 Talks and Tours REMIX Spark Tour The CMA is offering quick 30 minute Spark Tours of featured exhibitions 2 00 p m Cost Free with membership or admission Learn More Art School Summer Camp Families Educators School Programs Community Outreach Group Tours About Face Multimedia Tours Sat 13 February 2016 For Families Sweet on CMA Come have a lovely time at the fourth annual Sweet on CMA family fun event Noon 3 00 p m Cost Free Learn More Sun 14 February 2016 For Families Passport to Art Puppy Love This free drop in studio program for families features thematic hands on art projects and a family tour Valentine s Day is all about love Noon 3 00 p m Cost Free Learn More Become a Member Donate Sponsor Volunteer Give the Gift of Art Support the Museum Your gift helps the museum

    Original URL path: http://www.columbiamuseum.org/exhibitions/original-spirits (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia Museum of Art
    Who to Call Rights and Reproductions Staff Directory Rent Donate Directions and Parking Guidelines Accessibility About Columbia CMA Shop CMA On the Road Group Tours 11 00a m 5 00p m See full list of Museum Hours Visit 1515 Main Street Columbia SC 29201 Write P O Box 2068 Columbia SC 29202 Information 803 799 2810 Museum Shop 803 343 2159 Group Tours 803 343 2163 Membership 803 343 2198 REMIX Spoken All Exhibitions Kress Collection American Asian European Modern and Contemporary Vogel Collection All Events CMA Chamber Music on Main CMA Jazz on Main Arts Draughts Talks and Tours Columbia Design League Events Contemporaries Events Friends of African American Art Culture Events CMA Gala Fri 12 February 2016 Talks and Tours Artist Salon Damond Howard The artist salon series features gallery talks about a wide range of subjects topics and disciplines Noon Cost Free with membership or admission Learn More Fri 12 February 2016 Talks and Tours REMIX Spark Tour The CMA is offering quick 30 minute Spark Tours of featured exhibitions 2 00 p m Cost Free with membership or admission Learn More Art School Summer Camp Families Educators School Programs Community Outreach Group Tours About Face Multimedia Tours Sat 13 February 2016 For Families Sweet on CMA Come have a lovely time at the fourth annual Sweet on CMA family fun event Noon 3 00 p m Cost Free Learn More Sun 14 February 2016 For Families Passport to Art Puppy Love This free drop in studio program for families features thematic hands on art projects and a family tour Valentine s Day is all about love Noon 3 00 p m Cost Free Learn More Become a Member Donate Sponsor Volunteer Give the Gift of Art Support the Museum Your gift helps the museum achieve its

    Original URL path: http://www.columbiamuseum.org/exhibitions/our-independent-spirit (2016-02-12)
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