Heightened Realities | The Monotypes of Ruth Weisberg
Designed by Cathy Blackburn
Edited by Debra J. Byrne and Richard V. West
Introduction by Debra J. Byrne
This catalogue was published by the Frye Art Museum in conjunction with its exhibition Heightened Realities: the Monotypes of Ruth Weisberg (April 21–June 3, 2001).
Ruth Weisberg is internationally recognized as a leading creator of monotypes, a medium that exists between painting, drawing and printmaking. Weisberg has led the current revival in monotype because of her technical virtuosity, as well as her involvement in workshops and demonstrations across the country and internationally. This exhibition organized by the Frye is a major collection of Weisberg’s monotypes from the 1980s to present.
This publication includes an introduction by Debra J. Byrne, an interview conversation between Debra J. Byrne and Ruth Weisberg, full color illustrations of the exhibition artwork along with an artist biography and exhibition checklist.
25 pages, full color illustrations
9.25 x 8.5 in.
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