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Al Pacino on Broadway, James Turrell in L.A.: This Montht's Top 10 Cultural Events - Condé Nast Traveler

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‘Circus’, the first textile design by John Rombola to be produced by Patterson Fabrics, 1956. Rombola’s designs were also produced as wallpapers by Patterson’s sister companies, Piazza Prints and Harben Papers

‘Circus’, the first textile design by John Rombola to be produced by Patterson Fabrics, 1956. Rombola’s designs were also produced as wallpapers by Patterson’s sister companies, Piazza Prints and Harben Papers

The Mountain by Graeme Patterson is made of wood, fabric, mixed materials and video and audio components. The exhibit is part of Patterson’...

The Mountain by Graeme Patterson is made of wood, fabric, mixed materials and video and audio components. The exhibit is part of Patterson’...

Artist Rex Ray, a versatile graphic designer who created book covers, tour posters and album art in San Francisco for 35 years, died Monday at UCSF Medical Center.  Mr. Ray, whose real name was Michael Patterson, built his reputation designing club flyers for live music shows and the T-shirts worn by the AIDS activist organization ACT UP.  Mr. Ray’s personal art, a self-invented hybrid of painting and collage, is in the collections of the San Jose Museum of Art, the Berkeley Art Museum and…

Artist Rex Ray, a versatile graphic designer who created book covers, tour posters and album art in San Francisco for 35 years, died Monday at UCSF Medical Center. Mr. Ray, whose real name was Michael Patterson, built his reputation designing club flyers for live music shows and the T-shirts worn by the AIDS activist organization ACT UP. Mr. Ray’s personal art, a self-invented hybrid of painting and collage, is in the collections of the San Jose Museum of Art, the Berkeley Art Museum and…

Chronology  -  1992   Begins Chandelier series with a hanging sculpture for Dale Chihuly: Installations 1964–1992, curated by Patterson Sims at Seattle Art Museum. Honored as the first National Living Treasure by the Institute for Human Potential, University of North Carolina, Wilmington. Designs sets for Seattle Opera production of Debussy’s Pelléas et Mélisande, premiering in 1993. The Pilchuck Stumps are created during this project but not widely exhibited.

Chronology - 1992 Begins Chandelier series with a hanging sculpture for Dale Chihuly: Installations 1964–1992, curated by Patterson Sims at Seattle Art Museum. Honored as the first National Living Treasure by the Institute for Human Potential, University of North Carolina, Wilmington. Designs sets for Seattle Opera production of Debussy’s Pelléas et Mélisande, premiering in 1993. The Pilchuck Stumps are created during this project but not widely exhibited.

amamblog:  Guest blogger Janice Patterson on Wright’s Usonian homes and Broadacre City: “It’s many miles from Oberlin, Ohio, to the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City, but the current exhibit Frank Lloyd Wright and the City: Density vs. Dispersal there is closer in imaginary ‘design miles.’  Oberlin College’s Weltzheimer/Johnson House is a direct descendant of the ‘little homes’ portrayed on the three-dimensional wood, paper & particle board model called “Broadacre City” (see a...

amamblog: Guest blogger Janice Patterson on Wright’s Usonian homes and Broadacre City: “It’s many miles from Oberlin, Ohio, to the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City, but the current exhibit Frank Lloyd Wright and the City: Density vs. Dispersal there is closer in imaginary ‘design miles.’ Oberlin College’s Weltzheimer/Johnson House is a direct descendant of the ‘little homes’ portrayed on the three-dimensional wood, paper & particle board model called “Broadacre City” (see a...

"Far From The Madding Crowd" costumes by Janet Patterson. These costumes can be seen in the 24th Annual "Art of Motion Picture Costume Design" exhibition, FIDM Museum, Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, Los Angeles. The exhibition is free to the public, Tuesday, February 9 through Saturday, April 30, 2016, 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. ..(Photo: Alex J. Berliner/ABImages)

"Far From The Madding Crowd" costumes by Janet Patterson. These costumes can be seen in the 24th Annual "Art of Motion Picture Costume Design" exhibition, FIDM Museum, Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, Los Angeles. The exhibition is free to the public, Tuesday, February 9 through Saturday, April 30, 2016, 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. ..(Photo: Alex J. Berliner/ABImages)

Disguise: Masks and Global African Art Drawing inspiration from the Seattle Art Museum’s (SAM) celebrated African collection, Disguise: Masks and Global African Art (opening June 18, 2015) is a groundbreaking exhibition that celebrates 21st-century evolutions of the mask and explores contemporary forms of disguise. - Ebony G. Patterson, 'of 72 Project,' 2012, Seattle Art Museum

Disguise: Masks and Global African Art Drawing inspiration from the Seattle Art Museum’s (SAM) celebrated African collection, Disguise: Masks and Global African Art (opening June 18, 2015) is a groundbreaking exhibition that celebrates 21st-century evolutions of the mask and explores contemporary forms of disguise. - Ebony G. Patterson, 'of 72 Project,' 2012, Seattle Art Museum

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