Judy Glantzman and Winslow Homer
“The work started when I saw Winslow Homer’s Dressing for the Carnival in the exhibition, The Civil War, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The painting drew me in. I made pen drawings, mapping relationships, rather than pictorially recreating the painting. I found deep layers of complexity: formal, racial, American relationships.” Judy Glantzman.
Judy Glantzman, Dressing for the Carnival at Betty Cunninghman.
|Judy Glantzman, Columbo and Catherine Marie Jean, 2015, Acrylic on Canvas, 18 x 24 inches|
|Judy Glantzman, Baltimore, 2015, Graphite, ball point pen, Sharpie, acrylic and water color on paper, 73 x 55 1/4 inches|