Painting, with an Emphasis on 20th and 21st Century Discourse (online)

Pat Lipsky

Pat Lipsky, Proust’s Sea, 2006, oil on linen, 81 3⁄4″ × 62 3⁄8 inches

Class Description

Lectures and in depth critiques of paintings by students  giving them the ability to see and discuss each other’s work; Attempt to simulate classroom critiques of paintings. This class will not give home assignments or provide demonstrations.

Abstract painting is the primary focus of this class. Specifically Modernism. Ms. Lipsky works with students on an individual basis. Her expertise is in Modernism and Color. She is a colorfield painter whose paintings are in 24 museum collections and she has had 30 solo exhibitions.

About the Instructor

Ms. Lipsky is a painter and a writer based in New York.  Her pictures are  represented in twenty-five public collections, including the Whitney Museum, the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of Fine Arts (Houston), the Walker Art Center, the Brooklyn Museum, and Harvard’s Fogg Art Museum. She has had thirty solo exhibitions. Her writing has appeared in Tablet Magazine, The New Criterion, Public Books and others.

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