Art

Sensory Crossovers

Synesthesia in American Art
By Sharyn UdallNancy Weekly

This catalogue brings alive synesthesia's underpinnings, with a broader study documenting the formal and expressive purposes these crossovers have served for American painters.

Subjects: Art

Through a Narrow Window

Friedl Dicker-Brandeis and Her Terezín Students
By Linney Wix

Including biographical and art historical information on Dicker-Brandeis, this book sheds light on her roles as an artist, teacher, and heroine behind Nazi lines in the Second World War.

Tamarind Touchstones: Fabulous at Fifty

Celebrating Excellence in Fine Art Lithography
Edited by Marjorie Devon

Showcasing the broad aesthetic capabilities of lithography, Tamarind Touchstones demonstrates the diversity of the artists who have embraced lithography and their increased facility and comfort with the medium.

Subjects: Art

John Nieto

Forces of Color and Spirit
By Susan Hallsten McGarry

Recognized worldwide for his signature blend of expressive colors, dynamic brushwork, and powerful compositions, Nieto is an American artist who speaks in a universal language.

Texas Traditions

Contemporary Artists of the Lone Star State
By Michael DutySusan Hallsten McGarry

Texas Traditions brings together both historic and contemporary artists, showcasing their work in more than 200 images as colorful as the men and women who created them.

Subjects: Art

Art in Our Lives

Native Women Artists in Dialogue
Edited by Cynthia Chavez LamarSherry Farrell Racette

Art in Our Lives is the culmination of three seminars at SAR's Indian Arts Research Center (IARC) that brought together Native women artists to discuss the balancing of their art practice with their myriad roles, responsibilities, and commitments.

art alive!

A Fresh Approach to the Basics, the Teaching Techniques of Sally Bartalot
By Sally Bartalot

A book for teachers and students, art alive! chronicles the extraordinary teaching techniques and astounding artistic results that Sally Bartalot, teacher of art, has both shared and achieved with her students over the past forty years.

Subjects: Art

Yes, We Are Still Dancing

By Susan AmstaterConnie DillmanJacquelyn Spier

A collaboration by three women, this book, through painting and poetry, shares the richness of their lives and gives a voice to all generational women.

Subjects: ArtPoetry

Religion as Art

Guadalupe, Orishas, and Sufi
Edited by Steven Loza

These essays explore the relationship between religious practice and the arts in three different world cultures.

Subjects: ArtReligion

"Our Indian Princess"

Subverting the Stereotype
By Nancy Marie Mithlo

In this path breaking study, anthropologist Nancy Marie Mithlo examines the power of stereotypes, the utility of pan-Indianism, the significance of realist ideologies, and the employment of alterity in Native American arts.

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