Frances Myers  (American, 1936) 

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Frances Myers, Statue of Liberty

 

Frances Myers
Statue of Liberty
1986

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Frances Myers, The Guggenheim

 

Frances Myers
The Guggenheim
1979

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Frances Myers, Johnson's Wax II

 

Frances Myers
Johnson's Wax II
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Frances Myers, Great Sands, The Ascent

 

Frances Myers
Great Sands, The Ascent, 1975
aquatint etching

 

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Frances Myers, Great Sands, High View

 

Frances Myers
Great Sands, High View, 1975
aquatint etching

 

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Frances Myers, Ms. Liberty

 

Frances Myers
Ms. Liberty, 1986
color silkscreen

 

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1962   BS University of Wisconsin
1965   MFA University of Wisconsin
2006   Co-chair of the Southern Graphics Council Conference held at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
1988 - 2008   Professor of Art at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Chair of the Graphics Area
  Lecture, taught, curate exhibitions and exhibit work at such institutions as Duke University, Durham, NC, the School of the Chicago Art Institute, Tulane University, New Orleans, The Boston Public Library, Brown University, the Rhode Island School of Design, Notre Dame University, the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, the Portland, Oregon, Museum of Art, the University of Georgia, Athens, Anderson Ranch, Snowmass Village, Colorado, etc. She has also taught at the University of California-Berkeley, at Mills College, Oakland, California, St. Martin’s School of Art, London, and the College of Art & Design, Birmingham, England.
  Myers is a Fellow of the National Academy in New York City, has received two National Endowment for the Arts National Fellowships, and from her university an H.I. Romnes Faculty Fellowship and a Kellett Mid-Career Award, among other honors.
2008   Faculty Exhibition at University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Chazen Museum of Art, WI
2007   National Academy of Design, New York City
2007   Tweed Museum, Duluth, MN
2006   Kunsttage Galerie, Quedlinburg, East Germany
2006   Watrous Gallery of the Wisconsin Academy of Science, Arts & Literature, WI
2006   Peltz Gallery, Milwaukee, WI
2005   Wesleyan University, Bloomington, Illinois
2005   University of Georgia/Athens
2005   National Academy of Design, New York City
2004   Milwaukee Museum of Art, WI
2003   CESTA, International Ind.Film/video Series, Tabor, Czech Republic
2003   Anthology Film Archives, New York City
2003   Museu de Arte do Brasilia, Brazil
2003   Printworks Gallery and Anchor Graphics, Chicago, IL
2003   National Academy of Design, New York City
2002   Printworks Gallery and Anchor Graphics, Chicago, IL
1998   Collaborations 1998, Printworks Gallery, Chicago (group)
1997   In Good Taste, Perimeter Gallery, Chicago (solo)
1997   Contemporary Prints by Women Artists, Milwaukee Art Museum
1997   Text/Subtext, Wisconsin Academy Gallery, Madison, WI (solo)
1996   Parts of the Performance, Carlsten Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (solo)
1995   Investigations in Printmaking, Joseloff Gallery, Hartford School of Art, University of Hartford, CT (3-person)
  Museum print collections include the Art Institute and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Brooklyn Museum, New York, The Milwaukee Art Museum, The Library of Congress and the National Museum of American Art in Washington, D.C., the Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University, the Boston Museum of Fine Art, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Achenbach Foundation at the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, the Carnegie-Melon Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, the Victoria and Albert Museum, London and the Musee des Arts Decoratifs, Paris, France, among many others.