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Geoffrey Baker — Early Divers

Beloved to all who knew him, Geoffrey Baker was Professor of Art at Maharishi International University (then Maharishi University of Management) in Fairfield, Iowa from 1979 until he passed away in 2011. Many remember him for his delightful series of … Continue reading

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Joanie McGinnis — Jazz Impressions: Dreaming in Yellow

Joanie writes: This is another painting from my new series titled “Jazz Impressions” which will be on exhibit in a solo show at Iowa State University in the Spring of 2021.

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Luchita Hurtado Dies at 99

For years she worked in the shadow of her artist husbands and more famous peers, painting at night when the children were asleep. Then a trove of her work was discovered. See the full article about Luchita Hurtado in the … Continue reading

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Elaine Duncan — Untitled

Since the early 60’s, Elaine Duncan has been painting, drawing, sculpting, and teaching art with a unique flair for the unexpected. Her work is infused with whimsy and a touch of mischief, while revealing a deep familiarity with the silence … Continue reading

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Care Connet — Awake

“Awake,” a wood duck seen from the back rising with wings and tail spread, is one in an ongoing series of birds of America which I call the “Alae” series. I am fascinated by the wings and tails of birds, … Continue reading

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Kathy Edwards Hayslett — I Cannot Tell a Lie

Kathy Edwards Hayslett writes, “My work is influenced by my curatorial experience, bolstered with classes at the University of Iowa, and workshops taught by Raissa Bump at Haystack, Jessica Calderon, and Gabriel Craig. I attended University of the Arts for … Continue reading

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African-American Artists at the National Gallery

The ICON Board of Directors wishes to acknowledge the tragic treatment of so many of our BIPOC* brothers and sisters through patterns of systemic racism and privilege that have persisted for generations. Eliminating these inhumane and socially destructive traditions is … Continue reading

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Jim Weidle — My Kid Could Do That

Jim Weidle is a long-time Fairfield painter who has shown his work at ICON and at galleries in New York and around the country. He is known for his extraordinary attention to detail, while eschewing photo-realism for an exploration of … Continue reading

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Richard Diebenkorn ⚊ Untitled (Ocean Park)

Richard Diebenkorn (American, Bay Area Figurative Movement, 1922–1993): Untitled (Ocean Park), 1979. Acrylic, gouache, crayon, and charcoal on paper; 23 x 29 inches (58.4 x 73.7 cm). © The Richard Diebenkorn Foundation. [This artwork or photograph is posted in accordance … Continue reading

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Cheryl Jacobsen — Do You Have the Patience to Wait

Cheryl Jacobsen is a freelance artist in Iowa City. She has collected a basement full of rusty, odd, cool, discarded things that need to be combined with other rusty, odd, cool, discarded things.

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