Monday Artist at Noon: Edgar Heap of Birds

The artwork of Edgar Heap of
Birds includes multidisciplinary forms of
public art messages, large-scale drawings,
Neuf Series acrylic paintings, prints, works
in glass, and monumental porcelain enamel
on steel outdoor sculpture. Recently,
Heap of Birds created a 50-foot outdoor
sculpture for the entrance of The Denver
Art Museum titled Wheel that is inspired
by the traditional medicine wheel of
the Big Horn Mountains of Wyoming.
His work has exhibited at The Museum
of Modern Art, Whitney Museum of
American Art, and the National Museum
of the American Indian, among others.
He has received grants and awards from
The National Endowment for the Arts,
Rockefeller Foundation, Louis Comfort
Tiffany Foundation, Lila Wallace
Foundation, Bonfil Santon Foundation,
and The Pew Charitable Trust. This talk
is sponsored by the Rinehart School of
Sculpture, Hoffberger School of Painting,
and the Drawing, General Fine Arts,
Painting and Printmaking Senior Thesis
programs.

Monday, March 26, 2012 at 12:00 pm

Falvey Hall: Brown Center
1301 W Mt Royal Ave, Baltimore, MD 21217, USA

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Monday Artist at Noon Lecture Series, Speaker/Lecture/Reading

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