Brazeau Shows O’Keefe in Class

Lecturing on the topic of Georgia O’Keeffe to her ARTHIST 470 Topics in American Art class, ModernISMS 1900-1940, Senior Lecturer Linda Brazeau discussed the influence of Kandinsky’s “Concerning the Spiritual in Art” on O’Keeffe’s early work with a painting by the artist, Untitled (Abstraction), 1918, from the UWM Art Collection.

“American Beauty” opens at the Charles Allis

American Beauty: Nineteenth Century Landscapes opened at the Charles Allis Art Museum on Friday, February 13, 2015.

Meet Kay Wells

The newest member of our faculty, Assistant Professor Kay Wells, is a historian of American art who examines the relationships between fine and applied arts from the late eighteenth century to today.

Kay Wells Interviews Jaydan Moore and Olivia Valentine

Assistant Professor Kay Wells interviewed artists Jaydan Moore and Olivia Valentine for the Journal of Modern Craft at Virginia Commonwealth University. Their conversation addresses artists’ processes, the politics of gender and environmentalism, and disciplinary boundaries.