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Alma Thomas: Moving Heaven & Earth Paintings and Works on Paper, 1958-1978 - Exhibitions - Michael Rosenfeld Art

Alma Thomas: Moving Heaven & Earth Paintings and Works on Paper, 1958-1978 - Exhibitions - Michael Rosenfeld Art

Alma Woodsey Thomas (American 1891-1978)  Untitled Fine Arts & 20th Century Decorative Arts - Sale 1290 - Lot 691 - ADAM A. WESCHLER & SON, INC : AUCTIONEERS AND APPRAISERS - SINCE 1890

Alma Woodsey Thomas (American 1891-1978) Untitled Fine Arts & 20th Century Decorative Arts - Sale 1290 - Lot 691 - ADAM A. WESCHLER & SON, INC : AUCTIONEERS AND APPRAISERS - SINCE 1890

Portrait of Anne Cynthia Petit Vil , 2014 Oil on linen 60 x 48 inches Kehinde Wiley

Portrait of Anne Cynthia Petit Vil , 2014 Oil on linen 60 x 48 inches Kehinde Wiley

Red Azaleas Singing and Dancing Rock and Roll Music 1976 Alma Thomas Born: Columbus, Georgia 1891 Died: Washington, District of Columbia 1978 acrylic on canvas 72 1/4 x 135 1/2 in. (183.5 x 344.2 cm) Smithsonian American Art Museum Bequest of the artist 1980.36.2

Red Azaleas Singing and Dancing Rock and Roll Music 1976 Alma Thomas Born: Columbus, Georgia 1891 Died: Washington, District of Columbia 1978 acrylic on canvas 72 1/4 x 135 1/2 in. (183.5 x 344.2 cm) Smithsonian American Art Museum Bequest of the artist 1980.36.2

Using a magnifying glass and X-Acto knife, artist Cindy Chinn has carved a tiny train out of a pencil and its lead. The miniature piece is less than an inch tall and over five-and-a-half inches long, showcasing part of the locomotive barreling through a dark tunnel. Here, the wood casing plays an integral part of the piece and serves as a landscape for Chinn’s intricate graphite chiseling. To construct this impressive sculpture, Chinn used an assemblage technique. She started with another…

Using a magnifying glass and X-Acto knife, artist Cindy Chinn has carved a tiny train out of a pencil and its lead. The miniature piece is less than an inch tall and over five-and-a-half inches long, showcasing part of the locomotive barreling through a dark tunnel. Here, the wood casing plays an integral part of the piece and serves as a landscape for Chinn’s intricate graphite chiseling. To construct this impressive sculpture, Chinn used an assemblage technique. She started with another…

Carmen Herrera: Untitled, 1974 (acrylic on canvas). Image courtesy the artist and Lisson Gallery.

Carmen Herrera: Untitled, 1974 (acrylic on canvas). Image courtesy the artist and Lisson Gallery.

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