Art for the Endangered Landscape, San Luis Valley Ecosystem Council, Adams State University Community Partnerships Gallery, Alamosa, CO Opening Reception Friday November 30, 2012 4pm-7pm
plein air panels Duesberry painted while living in Maine this summer
Artists Lynette Stephenson & Joellyn Duesberry selected for the inaugural year of The Horned Dorset Colony a not-for-profit residency in Leonardsville NY where jury-selected writers, composers & visual artists spend a month focusing on their art.
painter & sculptor, Stephenson lives and works in Hamilton, NY where she is an associate professor of painting at Colgate University..still plein air painting after 40 years, internationally recognized artist Duesberry divides her time between studios in Denver, Colorado and Millbrook, NY.
Plein Air Workshop June 2012
Joellyn Duesberry’s Plein Air Workshop was comprised of 10 experienced students who painted outdoors in her Greenwood Village garden. The discoveries in oil paint made to her by painter Richard Diebenkorn in 1986. The workshop humbly honors painter Richard Diebenkorn and his instruction in 1986. She attempts to reproduce highlights of her discomfort and fulfillment and the real growth she acquired with him as teacher.
Students to “stalk” a subject with geometric underpinnings in the landscape: a corner, a small grouping or color event, or an architectonic feature contiguous with land, plants, or vistas.
The Madden Museum of Art will exhibit Western Waters by Colorado/New York artist Joellyn Duesberry from December 4, 2012 through January 19, 2013. There will be an artist reception on Thursday December 6 from 5pm until 8pm.
6363 South Fiddlers Green Circle Greenwood Village CO 80111 303.763.1970 Mon.-Fri. 9am-5pm or by appointment
As the cold weather prevents plein air painting the artist moves to printmaking.
New monotype collages by Duesberry:
A retrospective of the work of artist Joellyn Duesberry ’66 illustrates why she is considered one of the best American landscape artists today. Now scheduling Studio visits for February 2012.
Joellyn Duesberry’s 50-year Retrospective from the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center is now back in Denver. To see the collection of art at the artist’s studio please contact: Courtney Cotton: 720.289.9323 or firstname.lastname@example.org
In gathering the work for this important exhibition, the artist had to cease affiliations with her national and Denver galleries. Therefore these works are available less the customary gallery mark up, for friends and patrons of the artist, and for supporters of the artist’s recent 50-year survey, Elevated Perspective: the Paintings of Joellyn Duesberry.
2800 E. Willamette Ln. Greenwood Village CO 80121
Please find Willamette Ln. via S. Steele Street & Belleview Ave.