Carolyn Wing Greenlee

Category: Art

Total 17 Posts

To Be A Painter

On January 25, 2019, Milford Zornes would have been 108. Hard to believe he’s been gone eight years. One reason he seems so present is Hal Baker, who keeps coming up with remarkable treasures from the boxes of papers left to him by his famous father-in-law. How do I happen

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Papercuts from “Speaking for Fire”

Milford Zornes: Book of Trees

At the early turn of this century (doesn’t that sound like ancient history?), I was interviewing Master Painter Milford Zornes, N.A., for a book we were working on. Suddenly, I noticed my recording equipment wasn’t working. In this new video, I tell about the surprise that came out of that

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Milford Zornes: A Painter of Influence

Article by Roberta Werdinger: On Saturday, August 10, from 2 to 4:30 pm, the Grace Hudson Museum will host an opening reception and lecture for the exhibit “Milford Zornes: A Painter of Influence.” This retrospective of the long-lived watercolorist and beloved teacher includes many heretofore unseen paintings. Zornes’s daughter and

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Creative Explosion

Happy Chinese New Year! It’s the Year of the Snake. But wait! There’s more! On February 14, 2013, my guide dog Hedy will be six years old. In celebration I am posting my outburst of new shirts and totes triggered by love for my Valentine’s Day partner and the new

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