The Paths of Sculptors

4/27/2019 | Frye Art Museum

Readings & Lectures Capitol Hill/Central District

This panel discussion, moderated by Frye Art Museum Manager of Public Programs Negarra A. Kudumu, will address the three aspects of a sculptor’s life and work: the value of a young artist finding the perfect mentor; the roles of intuition and inspiration in artistic process and practice; and the challenges of preserving an artist’s legacy. This event is also a celebration of Nancy L. Penrose’s newly released book A Dream and a Chisel: Louisiana Sculptor Angela Gregory in Paris, 1925-1928. There will be a book signing in the foyer immediately following the discussion.


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