Above images: Anne Sherwood Pundyk "The Revolution Will Be Painted," (2014) 11' x 15', Acrylic and Latex on canvas with "Shadow Realm" (2013) 42" x 46", Oil and Acrylic on Linen.
*Founded by Bianca Casady, Published by Capricious.
There is a personal story associated with the cup I submitted to Lisa Cooley. As part of the selection process I was asked to describe the object on the back of a 3” x 5” index card. I wrote, “My friend Leon Kenyon, III, had lived in New York City before coming to college in Claremont, CA. He was exotic and sophisticated about art and life. He made poetic collages and talked about the abstract power of the color blue. He would serve coffee properly in this cup when I came over to visit and talk about art and art history. Once when we were walking together he found laying on the street a page out of a magazine featuring a woman’s breasts. He matter-of-factly put the page on his refrigerator with a magnet. Somehow, over all these many years, I have kept the cup. It is small and round and creamy white. On the bottom of the cup it says “USA.” Leon inspired what I consider to be my first real work of art, this collage:
Anne Sherwood Pundyk, "Pink Pacific," 1978, 30" x 18", mixed media
Clitney Perennial preparations in Anne Sherwood Pundyk's studio
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