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Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Featured Member Artist: Elaine Langerman
I am fascinated
by dreams, fairy tales, mythology and mystical thought.
With my work, I
explore the visions I receive through dreams, the subconscious, and intuition.
I like to put found objects together to see what happens.
I make work in
both 2-and 3-dimensions. I compose, construct, juxtapose and paint. In my
quest, I capture images using photographs (my own and others), drawing and
painting. I use varying scale systems and points of view, employing
image-as-text and text-as-image.
I let these
objects, composed of found and fabricated elements, create their own meanings
National Museum of American Art, Washington, DC.
National Museum of Women in the Arts
National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD
University of California, Santa Barbara Davis Library,
University of Tulsa, McFarlin Library, Special Collections
2004 Matter & Spirit, Wells Books Arts Center, Wells College
Aurora, New York.
2003 In Flight, travelling book exhibit, till 2005, Guild of Book Workers.
2002 Women of the Book, Judith Hoffberg, Curator
1997-2002 (travel throughout the US), resumed 2003,
2000 Work included in: Dreams: 1900-2000, Science, Art and the Unconscious Mind, Gamwell, Hartmann, Kuspit; Cornell
University Press, 2000
1995 Fellowship, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts.
1992 - 2005, seven grants from the DC Commission on the