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Friends and Rivals in the Arts
Terryl Lawrence

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Art History is more than a fascinating journey through 'isms' or periods of art. It is also enriched by the relationships between artists. This lecture series will explore the intimate associations, important connections, admirations, inspirations and harmonies between artists and their works. We will also examine noteworthy artist break-ups and betrayals that transpired in some of their lives. These occurrences have often resulted in astonishing and seminal creativity which have enriched our visual world.

LECTURES:
1. Edouard Manet & Edgar Degas: Their friendship ended in oil.
2. Pissarro, Sisley & Caillebotte: First impressions are of great value.
3. Jasper Johns & Edvard Munch: Johns began to mine Munch's work for inspiration. He studied his innovative technique and signature theme of love, loss, sex, and death.
4. Richard Diebenkorn & Henri Matisse: Two geniuses of design and chroma.
5. Coco Chanel & Elsa Schiaparelli: Two fabulous women who were definitely not "kissing cousins."
6. Kerry James Marshall & Horace Pippen: Centuries apart but soulmates.
7. Clifford Still and his muse Vincent van Gogh: What did this Abstract Expressionist learn from van Gogh?
8. Lucien Freud & Francis Bacon: The contrast between two very different painters that fed their friendship.
BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION: Dr. Terryl Lawrence earned an EdD in the Arts from Columbia University. She has had numerous exhibitions of her paintings and photographs in New York and Florida, and is the recipient of many awards, including a national grant in the humanities. She wrote the preface to Chaim Potok's Artist in Exile and taught photography, drawing and art history at CW Post College, SUNY Empire State College, FAU, and other public and private institutions. In the past, she was a fashion designer in New York, and has written several children's books. She currently teaches Art History and Mythology at Palm Beach State College and Broward College.

W383
Time: 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Date: Wednesdays, January 10, 17, 24, 31; February 7, 14, 21, 28
Location: Barry and Florence Friedberg Auditorium, Boca Raton Campus
Fees: Member - $100
Non-member - $130
Cash will no longer be accepted as payment for lectures.

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