Exhibition catalogue celebrating the work of Dave Lynas.
111 Color Pages
This catalogue is printed in an edition of 2,000
on the occasion of an exhibition at the Tweed Museum of Art, University of Minnesota Duluth,
March11–June 15, 2008
The Photographic Vision of Luis González Palma
Exhibition catalogue celebrating the work of Luis González Palma.
Featuring interviews with Luis González Palma by Tweed Museum of Art Director Ken Bloom and Patricia Briggs. Introduction by Tweed Museum of Art Director Ken Bloom.
40 Color Pages
This catalogue is printed in an edition of 2,000 on the occasion of the exhibition A Silent Unity of Gazes: The Photographic Vision of
Luis González Palma, at the Tweed Museum of Art, in the Sax Gallery,
October 27, 2009 – January 17, 2010.
Exhibition catalogue celebrating the work that spans the career of Ojibwe artist Frank Big Bear.
Featuring essays by Andrea Carlson and Doug Hanson, and an interview with Frank Big Bear and Tweed Museum of Art Curator Peter Spooner. Foreword by Tweed Museum of Art Director Ken Bloom.
60 Color Pages
This catalogue is printed in an edition of 2000 on the occasion of an exhibition at the Tweed Museum of Art, University of Minnesota Duluth
September 30, 2008 – March 22, 2009.
Paintings and Drawings by Rabbett Before Horses
Exhibition catalogue celebrating recent work by Ojibwe artist Rabbett Before Horses Strickland. Essay by David Treuer, narrative texts by Jean Buffalo with an introduction and interview by Tweed Museum of Art Director Ken Bloom.
52 Color Pages
This catalogue is published on the occasion of an exhibition of the same name at the Tweed Museum of Art, University of Minnesota Duluth November 20, 2007 – February 24, 2008.
and Sculptures 1996 – 2006
Exhibition catalogue celebrating recent work by distinguished artist Juan Logan. Essay by Kathy Curnow with an introduction by Tweed Museum of Art Director Ken Bloom.
32 Color Pages
This catalogue is published on the occasion of an exhibition of the same name at the Tweed Museum of Art, University of Minnesota Duluth November 14, 2006 – March 4, 2007.
The Life and Work of a Duluth Cultural Icon
The first book documenting Ericsons life and work. Essays by Thomas O'Sullivan with an interview of Frances McGiffert by Curator Peter Spooner.
Over 60 Color Pages
This catalogue is published on the occasion of an exhibition
of the same name at the Tweed Museum of Art, University of Minnesota Duluth Aug. 28, 2005 – Jan. 15, 2006
Second Nature: Mathematical Visualization and Modern Sculpture by Stephen Luecking
"Notes of a Math Artist" by John Sims. "Traditional Ojibwe Art and Mathematics" by Dennis White.
88 Color Pages
This catalogue is published on the occasion of an exhibition of the same name at the
Tweed Museum of Art, University of Minnesota Duluth Nov. 4, 2004 - Jan. 11, 2004
photographer Craig Blacklock essayist and model Honey Blacklock
Introduction by Jim Brandenburg
ISBN 1-892472-15-5 121
Black and White Photographs
A Voice Within - The Lake Superior Nudes continues Craig Blacklock's photographic interpretation
of Lake Superior. Craig's wife, Honey, who modeled for this series, has also written an essay for the book.
Both the images and text explore what it feels like to be within Superior's wilderness environs.
Sue Johnson: The Alternate Encyclopedia
Introduction by Peter Spooner with an interview with the artist
60 Color Pages
This catalogue is published on the occasion of an exhibition of the same name at the Tweed Museum of Art, University of Minnesota Duluth January 27 – March 28, 2004
Illustrations by Karal Ann Marling
11 x 8 3/4", 160 pages,
140 color illustrations
Looking North features 140 color illustrations by Arnold Friberg,
Hal Foster, and 13 other artists who created these stunning story-ads for the Northwest Paper
Company in Cloquet, Minnesota between 1931 and 1970. In 1981, Potlatch Corporation/Northwest Paper
Company donated the original illustrations to the Tweed Museum of Art, University of Minnesota Duluth, where they now reside. For more merchandise check out the Mountie page.
University of Minnesota Duluth
by J. Gray Sweeney
16 color plates, 112 black-and-white illustrations, index, 1982,
230 pages, 9 x 10 inches, softcover.
An informative guide to this impressive collection of paintings including works by Charles E.
Burchfield, Philip Evergood, Homer Dodge Martin, Gilbert Munger, John Singer Sargent,
Helen M. Turner, and John Henry Twachtman.
by Michael D. Schroeder and J. Gray Sweeney with introduction by Alan Wallach
Caseboard in linen with dustjacket
10 3/4 x 8 3/4", 160 pages with 75 color and b/w illustrations
Gilbert Munger (1837-1903) achieved enormous artistic success by depicting
recently discovered western landscapes with an accuracy and style admired by both
scientists and art connoisseurs. By the 1870s his talent and keen eye had carried him to
the top of the New York and San Francisco art markets. But his decline was equally dramatic;
when he died at age 65, he was an almost forgotten man. This landmark study reestablishes
the artist's place in the history of American landscape painting. His early works are painted
in the realistic style of the Hudson River School, while his later pictures are suffused with
the atmosphere and color of J.M. W. Turner, or the rural repose and historic air of Barbizon. Click for more information on Gilbert Munger.
The Richard E. and Dorothy Rawlings Nelson Collection
of American Indian Art (2001)
Author: Martin DeWitt, David Bradley, Richard Nelson, James W. Wiggins, and interviews with Kent Smith, Carl Gawboy, Peter
Spooner, Alyce Coker, Martin DeWitt and Richard Nelson.
100+ color plates
Copiously illustrated catalogue published on the occasion of exhibition of the same name at Tweed Museum of Art July 10, 2001 - October 14, 2001; featuring the private collection of Richard and Dorothy Nelson, of Great Lakes Ojibwe and Eastern Woodlands, Southwestern and Northwestern Indian artifacts, as well as contemporary art by American Indian artists, and historical art and documents.
by Gretchen Garner
8 color plates, 21 black-and-white illustrations, bibliography, 1987, 64 pages,
8 1/2 x 11 inches, softcover.
Beginning just after 1900 with the photographs of Anne Brigman and concluding
with Cynthia MacAdams, this publication catalogs the work of twenty-six women whose
photographs inform us of a distinctive genre of landscape photography. Included in
the twenty-six photographers are Imogen Cunningham, Judy Dater, Dorothea Lange,
Laura Gilpin, and Linda Gammel.
by Rena Neumann Coen
95 pages, 40 color plates, 11 black-and-white illustrations, bibliography, 1996,
10 x 10 inches, hardcover.
Treating an important and previously unexplored chapter in the history of Minnesota art,
author Rena Neumann Coen examines, from both a local and national perspective,
Impressionist pictures painted in Minnesota between 1890 and 1940. Twenty-seven
Minnesota artists including Nicholas Brewer, Elisabeth Chant, Edwin Dawes,
Alexis Jean Fournier, Alexander Grinager, Alice Sumner LeDuc, and Clarence Rosenkranz and their paintings are addressed in separate essays, arranged alphabetically for easy reference.
Features interviews with Jane Calvin by curator Peter Spooner and selected poems
20 color plates
This catalogue is published in an edition of 1500, on the occasion ofthe exhibition Discontinuum: Photographs by Jane Calvi, curated by Peter F. Spooner for the Tweed Museum of Art, University of Minnesota Duluth, August 13 - November 10, 2002; featuring the photographic works of Jane Calvin
essays "The Double Visions of Michael Chandler" by Eleanor
Heartney and "Double Vision" by Jeff Ehrlich; poem "Lake Superior" by Louis Jenkins
56 pages, 18 color and 5 b/w illustrations
Notes by Patricia Canelake, Val Jenkins, Adu Gindy, Nancy Cramer Lettenstrom, Martin DeWitt
12 pages, 24 color and 1 b/w illustration
Essays "Under the Big Sky, Drawing" by Peter F. Spooner and "Rudy Autio: Teacher and Artist" by Kathryn A. Martin
32 pages, 9 color and 6 b/w illustrations, die-cut sculptural cover
notes by Martin DeWitt and Janet Clark
35 pages, 15 color and 14 b/w illustrations
essays "Illustrations for an Unwritten Story" by Peter F. Spooner and "Introduction" by Martin DeWitt
40 pages, 12 color and 12 b/w illustrations
essay "Looking Around Here Forever" by Peter F. Spooner
26 pages, 22 b/w illustrations
"Twenty Artists—Twenty Questions" by Peter F. Spooner and "20 Artists—20 Kinds of Artistry" by Thomas Hedren
48 pages, 40 color and 40 b/w illustrations
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Introduction by Martin DeWitt and interview with collectors
35 color plates
This catalogue features glass from the collection of Don and Carol Wiiken including works by Olle Alberiius, Sweden; Harvey Littleton, Joel Philip Myers, Dale Chihuly, United States; Monica Eaton, Germany; Judi Elliott, Australia; Louis LeLoup, Belgium; Finn Lynggaard, Demark; and Yumiko Noda, Japan
Essay "Plants Rule" by Peter F. Spooner, with fiction and poetry by Bradford Morrow, Mei-mei Berssenbrugge, Andrea Barrett, Louis Jenkins, Francis Ponge and Pablo Neruda
84 color illustrations, botanical specimen in glassine envelope seen through die-cut cover
Tributes to Professor Emeritus Glenn C. Nelson, ceramic artist,
teacher and collector, by various authors. Featuring many works now in the Tweed collection by prominent ceramists from Japan,
Korea, Denmark, Sweden, Holland, Finland, Germany and United States.
56 pages, 15 color and 62 b/w illustrations
$10.00 (no ISBN)
Essay "Deep Woods" by Mason Riddle, with additional text by Martin DeWitt
30 pages, 8 color and 2 b/w illustrations
$8.00 (no ISBN)
Essays by Gretchen Garner (curator), Martha A. Sandweiss,
Elizabeth Hampsten, featuring Berenice Abbott, Anne Brigman, Barbara Crane, Imogen Cunnigham, Lynn Geesaman, Vida, Dorothea Lange, Geraldine Sharpe, Evon Streetman, and other prominent modern and contemporary American women photographers.
64 pages, 7 color and 20 b/w illustrations
$10.00 (no ISBN)
essay "Sacred Dwellings: The Work of Nancy Azara" by Flavia
Rando, prose poem "Listening to Trees" by Arlene Raven
32 pages, 14 color and 4 b/w illustrations, co-published with E.M.
Donahue Gallery, New York, NY
$8.00 (no ISBN)
Essays by Armando Gutiérrez, Jay Miskowiec and Martin DeWitt
18 pages, 12 color illustrations
$8.00 (no ISBN)
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