Dennis Barrie Interviews of Ohio Artists
The Dennis Barrie interviews of Ohio artists measures 2.0 linear feet and date from circa 1984. Video recordings with five Ohio artists, originally titled the "Artists in Residence Series," were produced by the New Organization for the Visual Arts in conjunction with the Archives of American Art. Dennis Barrie, Midwest Director of the Archives of American Art, interviews painters Patricia Zinsmeister Parker and Ken Nevadomi, sculptor John Clague, fiber artist Wenda Von Weise, and ceramicist George Roby. Each discusses their background, training, lifestyle, and problems they've faced as artists. The videocassette recordings are dated 1984, but the interviews may have occurred in 1980.
Ruth E. Frisbie papers
A resume; a photograph of Frisbie; a catalog; and eight scrapbooks containing clippings, catalogues, a few letters and miscellany. The scrapbooks record Frisbie's activities in the art community of Cleveland and Parma, Ohio.
Edris Eckhardt papers
Scrapbooks, clippings, correspondence, photographs and exhibition catalogs and announcements.
William Schock and Hazel Janicki papers
Janicki, Hazel, 1918-1976
Correspondence; career resumes; personal photographs and photographs of the work of Hazel Janicki and William Schock; business records; 4 woodcuts; clippings; and a eulogy.
Jean Robertson interview with Nancy Crow
Crow, Nancy, 1943-
An interview of Nancy Crow conducted by Jean Robertson, Aug.17, 1988, as a part of Robertson's research for the book, "Nancy Crow: Quilts and Influences" by Nancy Crow and Jean Robertson, Collector Books, Dec. 1989. Crow speaks about her childhood and early artistic aspirations; her dissatisfaction with her first quilts in the …
Kenneth Francis Bates papers
The microfilmed Kenneth Francis Bates papers contain a career resumé; letters from friends and associates commenting on his books Enameling (1951) and Basic Design (1960); and photographs of Bates and of his work. Also included are five (5) scrapbooks which contain book covers designed by Bates, clippings, exhibition notices, etc.; five (5) scrapbooks containing …
John M. Bennett mail art
Luna Bisonte Prods (Publisher)
John M. Bennett mail art measures 0.6 linear feet and dates from circa 1975-2018. This is a very focused collection of Bennett's TLPs, or "Tacky Little Pamphlets," a term devised by mail artist Blaster Al Ackerman and widely among the mail art audience. TLPs feature John M. Bennet's poetry and are largely self-published including on his Columbus, Ohio imprint Luna Bisonte Productions.
Oral history interview with Nancy Crow
Nanette L. Laitman Documentation Project for Craft and Decorative Arts in America
An interview of Nancy Crow conducted 2002 December 18, by Jean Robertson, for the Archives of American Art, at her home and studio, in Baltimore, Ohio, as part of the Nanette L. Laitman Documentation Project for Craft and Decorative Arts in America.
Dominick Labino papers
Biographical materials, including list of patents; files of museum exhibitions; files of college and university exhibitions; writings by and about Labino; correspondence; clippings; and photographs. The files are arranged alphabetically within five separate categories: museums, colleges and universities, commercial institutions, non-commercial institutions and associations, and miscellaneous organizations.
Ruth E. Adomeit papers
A photograph of a painting, PROVINCETOWN WINTER, by Ross E. Moffett, and 2 clippings about Moffett; a clipping about Clyde E. Horton; an invitation from the Cleveland Museum of Art requesting the presence of George G. Adomeit at a reception on the occasion of the completion of the museum building, 1926; an …