Synonyms for burko or Related words with burko
Examples of "burko"
was awarded the WCA/CAA Lifetime Achievement Award in February, 2011. A retrospective show, "Diane
: Water Matters", at LewAllen Gallery in Santa Fe, NM featured paintings and prints from the twenty-five years of Burko's practice.
(born 1945 Brooklyn, NY) is an American painter and photographer.
embarked on two research expeditions: one to Antarctica in January and another to the high Arctic in October.
was selected for the latter trip to work collaboratively with a number of other artists, scientists and journalists. The Independence Foundation in Philadelphia awarded
a Fellowship in the Arts to support the expedition, which is sponsored by the nonprofit organization The Arctic Circle. Her expeditions to both the North and South Poles lead
to develop her most recent, and ongoing, body of work "Polar Investigations."
with Virtuosy from Lviv, conductor Serhyi
and Dvořák's violin concerto with David
(; ; born 16 February 1995) is a Belarusian professional footballer who is currently playing for Belshina Bobruisk.
The catalogue raisonné by
and Seigel includes three dozens stage plays, including stage adaptations of Stutchkoff’s own radio programs:
(; ; born 8 September 1988) is a Belarusian professional football player, currently playing for Shakhtyor Soligorsk.
was called up to the senior Belarus squad for a UEFA Euro 2016 qualifier against Macedonia in October 2015.
In 1989, the Lila Wallace Reader’s Digest Fund awarded
a grant to fund a six-month residency in Giverny, France. The paintings which resulted from this residency met with positive reviews in the United States. The Washington Post praised Burko's "distinctive approach to composition." While in France,
and painter Joan Mitchell visited one another's studios.
Born in Brooklyn, New York in 1945,
graduated from Skidmore College in 1966 where she received her B.S. in art history and painting. She continued her study of painting earning an M.F.A. in 1969 from the Graduate School of Fine Arts of the University of Pennsylvania and continues to live and work in Philadelphia and Bucks County. After graduating,
went on to become professor emeritus of the Community College of Philadelphia where she taught from 1969-2000. During her time at CCP,
founded the transfer art program. Throughout her career,
has taught at various schools across the country such as Princeton University, Arizona State University and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
In 1976, Ivan Karp offered
a “Dealer’s Showcase” at OK Harris Gallery in New York, NY, which attracted the attention of critic David Bourdon, who reviewed her solo exhibition in "The Village Voice". The following year, while flying with Light and Space artist James Turrell in his Helio Courier over the Grand Canyon,
captured her first aerial photographs of the landscape. Since 1977, she has produced thousands of photographs, many of which have served as source material for her landscape paintings.
She collaborated with such conductors, as Yezhy Kozek, Woitek Mrozek (Poland), Dieter Wagner (Germany), Mattias Kendlinger (Austria), Gungardt Mattes (Switzerland), Yuriy Lutsiv, Serhiy
, Volodymyr Syvohip, Gennadiy Fis'kov, Roman Fylypchuk, Myron Yusypovich (Ukraine), Aydar Torybayev (Kazakhstan).
With the "Politics of Snow II" series at the Bernstein Gallery at Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School,
focused on historical time, rather than cyclical or continuous natural processes. These paintings of glaciers under erasure depict particular glaciers in Peru, Montana, and Alaska, photographically-monitored by scientists for a century. No longer dependent on her own photos,
employs photo-documents shot by scientists and field researchers at U.S. Geological Survey and Byrd Polar Research Center at The Ohio State University, such as David Arnold, Henry Brecher, Dan Fagre, Ulysses S. Grant IV, Karen Holzer, Carl Key, Bruce Molnia, Sidney Paige, Tad Pfeffer, Lonnie Thompson and Bradford Washburn, or images stored in the Glacier National Park archives. Regarding this series, Curator Ian Berry remarks how “
combines traditional landscape painting with an activist edge that has simmered underneath the surface of her previous paintings but now boldly surfaces.”
won a $200,000 Public Art commission sponsored by the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Philadelphia and the Marriott Hotel. The result was a three-year project: "Wissahickon Reflections", which comprises over of paintings, with one single panel measuring by .
Blippo was designed by Joe Taylor for Fotostar in 1969 as a black version of
Bold, which, in turn, is based on the unfinished design by the German Bauhaus school. The font was named Blippo Black by Taylor's boss, Robert Trogman. It retains proportion and fit of ITC Ronda.
Contemporary painters, such as Diane
represent natural phenomena—and its change over time—to convey ecological issues, drawing attention to climate change. Alexis Rockman's landscapes depict a sardonic view of climate change and humankind's interventions with other species by way of genetic engineering.
In 1973, Nemser organized three panels on women in the arts for the artists’ division of the College Art Association. In 1973-1974, she was instrumental in conceiving Philadelphia Focus on the Visual Arts, or FOCUS, a multi-venue exhibition series. She worked with Diane
to make the festival a reality.
Throughout her career as an artist,
has been an active member in the Feminist art movement. In 1974 she founded the all city festival: Focus: Philadelphia Focus on Women in the Visual Arts - Past and Present. She was awarded the WCA/CAA Lifetime Achievement Award in February, 2011.
, made front page news in the Toronto Star in a heartfelt story titled "A heart attack, a wedding and an iPad" where technology was used to save a wedding day after the father of the bride suffered a heart-attack 48 hours before the wedding.
Primarily known as a landscape painter, in the past decade
has gained recognition as a photographer for her cinematic, aerial explorations documenting the natural environment. For over 40 years Diane
has investigated monumental and geological phenomena throughout the world both on the ground and from the air. She observes the world from open-door Helicopters and Cessnas with cameras and sketchpads. Her paintings are derived from that process. Her subjects include the Pacific Northwest, the fjords of Scandinavia, the volcanoes of Hawaii, and her home environment in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. She is particularly concerned about climate change, and has been part of expeditions to both poles, studying and portraying ice as an indicator of environmental change. Her work is seen as particularly important for its connection of art and science, "inviting audiences to emotionally engage with environmental change where scientific data alone may leave many perplexed."
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