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lives in Wells, New York, alongside the Sacandaga River.
(Vanalstine) (1743–1811) was a farmer, soldier and political figure in Upper Canada.
Van Alstyne is a Dutch surname also found as "Van
". Notable people with the surname include:
Butterfield was born Jan Van
in 1937 in Santa Monica, California. She attended the University of California, Los Angeles, and graduated with a degree in Theater Arts.
The series follows Abby van
, a teenage girl who discovers that she is part of a mystical subculture among society, possessing several growing powers of her own.
On October 23, 2016, Liv Westphal won the Mayor's Cup Cross Country meet in 16:53 ahead of Amy Van
and Mary Cain in historic Franklin Park, hosted by B.A.A. and USATF New England.
The school has achieved success in track and field competition. The school's Lindsay Van
broke the Passaic County record in the 3200m with the seventh-fastest run in state history.
He was Sheriff of Schoharie County from 1815 to 1819. During his tenure occurred the murder of deputy sheriff Huddleston by John Van
who was executed in 1819. Keyser appeared as a witness at the trial before Justice Ambrose Spencer.
has been awarded fellowships, grants and citations from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, the Yaddo Fellowship, The Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation, New Jersey Council of the Arts, and the Merit Award in Beijing for his construction of a large-scale public sculpture in the Olympic Park Garden.
Another noteworthy exhibition at C. Grimaldis Gallery featured works on paper by the sculptors; Jene Highstein, Pello Irazu, Mel Kendrick, Ulrich Ruckriem, Richard Serra, Joel Shapiro, and John Van
titled "Drawings By Sculptors" opened in January 1996 at the 523 N Charles Street location. This was the first exhibition of works by Richard Serra in Baltimore, Maryland.
In 1976, Van
was hired as an assistant professor at the University of Wyoming in Laramie, where he taught drawing and sculpture through 1980. He moved to Washington, D.C. and joined the faculty of the University of Maryland in College Park in 1980, where he taught in the art department through 1986.
works primarily with granite and steel mediums in a large scale format. He is known for stone and metal abstract sculptures exhibiting exceptional balance and poise. The works are often multilevel with references to the figure, classical, nautical, celestial and western mythological themes. Stone is used in an assemblage method, the way a welder uses steel, rather than in the traditional manner of subtraction. His work has touched on themes of Greek mythology, specifically the myth of Sisyphus. In 2008, Van
was one of 50 artists to have his work chosen to be display at the 2008 Summer Olympics. The piece displayed, "Rings of Unity – Circles of Inclusion," was based on the Sisyphus myth, consisting of a large piece of stone suspended in the middle of a 16-foot ring made of bronze. The piece took two weeks to create in a foundry. As of 2008, Van
was represented by David Floria Gallery in Aspen, Colorado. Prominent solo gallery exhibitions have included Gerald Peters in Santa Fe, New Mexico; Nohra Haime in New York City; and C. Grimaldis Gallery in Baltimore, Maryland.
Born in Dutchess County, New York, Dorland was a member of a family of Dutch Quakers; the family name was originally spelled "Dorlandt". During the American Revolution, he broke with Quaker doctrines against violence and fought with the British and became a member of a company of soldiers led by Peter Van
. After the war, he settled in Adolphustown Township in Upper Canada and later joined the Church of England.
Station art was installed at the same time that the station opened. "A Planetary Park" features nine planets depicted in their relative scale and position to the sun. Artist John van
constructed the Sun and a functioning sundial. Grace Graupe-Pillard fabricated the nine fiberglass planets with painted steel figurative attachments, as a metaphor for the celebration of the individual and his/her connection to the world.
"Grimaldis began in 1977 by exhibiting mostly artists with a regional reputation, but gradually added major New York names to the roster and made his gallery one always worth following." Noteworthy artists to have exhibited at C. Grimaldis Gallery include John Baldessari, Sir Anthony Caro, Elaine de Kooning, Willem de Kooning, Grace Hartigan, Hans Hoffman, Beverly McIver, Alice Neel, Robert Rauschenberg, Richard Serra, Joel Shapiro, John Van
and John Waters.
Beginning in 1986 while continuing to work on human scale work in his studio, Van
embarked on the first in a series of "Celestial" works where he combined the character of large-scale contemporary sculpture with the tradition and function of humankind's oldest scientific instrument – the calendar. Inspired by his travels to England, Mexico and the American west, he created works that together with their impressive scale, placement and design, simultaneously combine aspects of astronomy, physical science and contemporary art. "In our contemporary society we often lose sight of the natural occurrences that once impacted our ancestors and played an important role in shaping our collective conscious. The cyclical nature of the days, and seasons with their patterns light/darkness, plant/harvest, birth/ death have historically given meaning, structure and richness to our lives. This project offers the viewer an opportunity to regain awareness of these fundamental rhythms that continue to subconsciously shape our lives," Van
wrote in 1986.
He was born in 1755 in Dutchess County, New York and settled in Adolphustown Township in Upper Canada. He was elected to the 1st Parliament of Upper Canada representing Prince Edward and Adolphustown but refused to take the oath of office because he was a Quaker. Peter Van
was elected to the seat in a by-election. Dorland was named a justice of the peace in the Midland District in 1813.
(born 1952) is an American contemporary art sculptor and former assistant professor of fine arts at the University of Wyoming in Laramie and the University of Maryland in College Park where he taught drawing and sculpture. He primarily creates abstract stone and metal sculptures. His work has been exhibited in museums and galleries throughout the US, as well as Europe and Asia.
After relocating to Lower Canada, some 200 km. north of Albany, in 1783, on completion of the war, Nicholas Hagerman signed with Captain Alexander White's company of Associated Loyalists. He settled the next year with his servant in the village of Adolphustown, with the help of local notable Peter Van
. Kit Hagerman's uncle, Judge Alexander Fisher (1756–1830) M.P., of Adolphustown, was the father of Helen and Henrietta Fisher, who married the brothers Thomas Kirkpatrick and Judge Stafford Kirkpatrick respectively.
The introduction and passage of the 1793 act against slavery was not without opposition. Four of the original sixteen members of the Legislative Assembly were slave owners: John McDonell, Hazelton Spencer, Peter Van
and David William Smith, and a significant number of landowners. Nine members of the Legislative Council, some of whom were also Executive Councillors, were slave owners or members of slave-owning families. White wrote that there was "much opposition but little argument" to his bill.
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