NORWOOD CREECHAmerican (Arkansas/Tennessee), Contemporary
"NIGHT SCENE LOOKING TO ROBINSONVILLE"
Oil on Panel
Signed and Dated Lower Right
In Custom 18K Bucks County Style Frame
Honors include a Master Program with Wayne Thiebaud, at Santa Fe Institute; an exhibition,
as well as a teaching artist, for the Lincoln Center Institute for Aesthetic Learning; and a residency
at Dorland Mountain Artist Colony, Temecula, California. She has had numerous exhibitions,
including the University of Memphis Museum. She is represented
in some leading collections throughout the United States.
Image Size: 8" x 10"
Framed Size: 15.5" x 17.5"
Norwood Creech is the third in a family of female painters, all well schooled in the classical traditions in both painting and drawing.
Yet Norwood's style has emerged distinctively her own, combining the best of classical aspects with best of the contemporary spirit,
energy and brevity. She has already attained a strong auction record and had noteworthy honors and exhibitions. These honors
include a Master Program with Wayne Thiebaud, at Santa Fe Institute; an exhibition for the Lincoln Center Institute for Aesthetic
Learning; and a residency at Dorland Mountain Artist Colony, Temecula, California. She has had numerous exhibitions,
including the University of Memphis Museum. She is represented in some leading collections throughout the United States.
The presented work is both early 20th century and contemporary impressionist in execution . The fluid brushwork and deep
luminous colors depict a pastoral night scene alive with energy and light. Night scenes have been attempted by many artists,
but painted successfully by only a few. Framed in an 18K giltwood punchwork Bucks County frame.
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NORWOOD FORD CREECH
Dorland Mountain Artist Colony, Residency, Temecula CA, 1999
Professional Development Grant Recipient, Arizona Commission for the Arts, Bisbee, AZ
DeltaMade Market Place at the Clinton School of Public Service, Little Rock Arkansas, 2008
Askew Nixon Ferguson, 2007
“Delta Perspectives”, presented by the Lincoln Center & Arkansas Arts Council, 2006
"Artists of Arkansas," Offices of Senator Blanche Lincoln, Little Rock, AR & Washington, DC 2003-2005
"How the West Won: Contemporary Visions of the American West," CMC Gallery, Santa Fe, NM 2001
"Max '98," University of Memphis Museum, Memphis, TN 1998
"Self Images: 8 to 80," Women’s Foundation of Memphis & Memphis Festival for the Arts, Memphis, TN 1998
J. Gallagher Gallery, Laguna Beach, CA 1998
Askew Nixon Ferguson Architects, Memphis, TN 1997
"Arts Day," Memphis, Arts Council, Memphis, TN 1994
"Young Louisvillians III," Liberty Bank Gallery, Louisville, KY, 1993
Hall-Barnett Gallery, New Orleans, LA 1993
Seventeen Fifty-One, Laguna Beach, CA 1998
Bear Street Cafe, Crystal Court, Costa Mesa, CA 1992
La Quinta Arts Festival, La Quinta, CA 1992
Sawdust Winter Fantasy Festival, Laguna Beach, CA 1991
Laguna Art Museum Art Auction, Laguna Beach CA 1990-2002
Hilton Head Art League, Hilton Head, SC 1985-1988
IFRAH Financial Services, Little Rock, AR
Little River Bank, Lepanto, AR
Senator Blanche Lincoln, Washington, DC
Harrah's Louisiana Downs, Shreveport, LA
Gene Hackman, Santa Fe, NM
Roy Thinnes, New York, NY
Askew Nixon Ferguson Architects, Memphis, TN
Archer Custom Builders, Memphis, TN
Teaching history - various including:
Lincoln Center Institute for Aesthetic Learning, Teaching Artist
Bowers Museum, Outreach/Educator, Santa Ana, CA
Laguna Art Museum, Assistant to Director of Education, Laguna Beach, CA
Hilton Head Art League, Artist in Residence
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