Recently viewed Another World:The Transcendental Painting Group 1938-1945 at LACMA through June 19, 2023, an exhibit of artists Emil Bisttram, Robert Gribbroeck, Lawrence Harris, Raymond Johnson, William Lumpkins, Florence Miller, Horace Towner Pierce, Stuart Walker and Agnes Pelton from 1930’s New Mexico that coalesced around a study of the Transcendental. One of the artists was …
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Summer Show of Joyce Lieberman paintings
My Summer Show of paintings on canvas at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Santa Monica is open Monday, Tuesday from 9:30-5 and Friday 9:30-1. Come by and ring the front bell at Arizona and 18th. The collection is of birds, flowers, waves and allegorical fantasies. Here are a few more images of the artworks I …
For the Love of Irises
A small amount of winter rain brought out the Irises in my garden. Delighted, I cut a few and enjoyed painting them.
New Masks and Busts
A few weeks before Halloween, I created a group of 14 masks and busts in cone 5 clay. Some were based on faces that I had seen, including my own and various neighbors and some were fanciful fictional, much like my puppets and paintings.
New Faces in Clay
Masks and Busts of new faces are my latest works in clay by Joyce Lieberman.
Found the Time Lapse Feature
This morning painting in the studio, I found the Time Lapse Feature on my phone’s camera, yay! I had drawn on the 30 x 22″ sheet of paper a few days ago and I started carving out the shapes that I had sketched. Below is my quickie video and peace out, Namaste.
The French Cat Show
Vida and David visited the studio yesterday in search of the perfect piece for Vida’s home. We went through many works on paper and found a piece from “September Morning” series in 1990. These were moody watercolor bleed type acrylic paintings done in my Venice Garden after the death of my beloved cat. David has …
In March of 2019, I went to the park with the French artist Martha Holden to make some plain air paintings. We went around a pond with ducks and swans and over a little red foot bridge and by a grove of birch trees. I also snapped a few photos to use in the studio. …
This Year’s Palette for Ceramic Vessels
Two years ago I created a body of Celadon Green work with all kinds of accent colors, but predominantly green. Last year I went golden in tone throughout my summer vessel making. This year, my plan is to use white with gloss and Mason Stains. Here is my first piece of this years palette.
Abstractions from Joyce Lieberman Archives
I recently started going through a lot of artworks in my collection. I’d like to share some with you here.