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Krannert Art Museum: Pattern and Process: Artists

Sonny Assu

Painter, Printmaker, Installation Artist, Sculptor (Canada, b. 1975)

Spaced Invaders, from Interventions on the Imaginary series, 2014; printed 2019. Inkjet digital print, 31-1/2 x 22-1/2 inches. Krannert Art Museum. 

Don Baum

Assemblage Artist (United States, 1922–2008)

An assemblage piece with the body parts of dolls, animal figurines, and other objects put together to make different bodies. Inside a metal box.

Baum, Don. Parade. 1965. Metal, wood, rubber, fabric. 25 1⁄8 x 37 5⁄8 in. Smithsonian American Art Museum. 

Louise Bourgeois

Installation Artist, Painter, Printmaker, Sculptor (United States, born in France, 1911–2010)

Elijah Burgher

Painter and Printmaker(United States, b. 1978)

The Pattern of all patience 5 2014, Acrylic on canvas drop cloth, 9 x 6 feet. Western Exhibitions. 

Feliciano Centurión

Textile Artist (Paraguay and Argentina, 1962–1996)

Jasper Johns

Painter, Printmaker, Sculptor (United States, b. 1930)

Usuyuki (ULAE 222), 1982. Color screenprint, 36-1/2 x 54 inches, 1983-10-1. Krannert Art Museum.

Mikyung Kim

Painter (South Korea, active in United States, b. 1956)

Red Calendar/Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow-V. 1995. Graphite, resin, graph paper, oil and watercolor on paper, 14 x 11 in. (35.56 x 27.94 cm). Krannert Art Museum.

Annette Lemieux

Assemblage Artist, Painter, Photomontage Artist (United States, b. 1957)

Carmen Lozar

Glass Artist (United States, b. 1975)

White glass figure of a woman in a dress holding a flame (that is actually a match). There are used matches lying on the ground and she is lighting a candle that grows out of her dress.

BurnFlameworked glass. 5 x 9 x 7.25 inches, 2022. 

Jeffry Mitchell

Ceramicist (United States, b. 1958)

Betsy Packard

Visual Artist (United States, b. 1953)

Stencil, weaving, embroidery, applique. 72″x65″. Collection of the artist. 

Arturo Alonzo Sandoval

Fiber Artist (United States, b. 1942)

June Wayne

Painter, Printmaker, Tapestry Innovator (United States, 1918–2011)

A thumb print painted blue

Visa Wednesday, ca. 1976. Lithograph; printed by Edward Hamilton; Published by Tamarind Institute. 30 x 22 inches, 1982-21-211. Krannert Art Museum.