Golda Amelia Lewis [1914-2005] paper artist : [untitled abstract collage], 1971.

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Golda Amelia Lewis [1914-2005]
United States
[untitled abstract collage], 1971
Multimedia (metal, wood, paint & paper) on hand-made paper laid on canvas on stretcher
36 x 34 inches
Signed at lower right : 'Golda Lewis / 1971'.

Exhibition record: 
1971 Alonzo Gallery, New York, NY, solo-show ;

Golda Amelia Lewis [1914-2005]
United States
[untitled abstract collage], 1971
Multimedia (metal, wood, paint & paper) on hand-made paper laid on canvas on stretcher
36 x 34 inches
Signed at lower right : ‘Golda Lewis / 1971’.

Exhibition record: 
1971 Alonzo Gallery, New York, NY, solo-show ;

 

Golda Amelia Lewis (1914-2005) biography:

Birth: March 3, 1914 in New York, NY ;
Death: February 11, 2005 in New York, NY ;
Sex: Female ;
Ethnicity: White ;
Zodiac: Pisces ;

Known for: Abstract expressionist custom handmade paper collages (paintings and reliefs in hand-made paper) ;
Medium: Paper ;
Technique: Hand-made paper ;
Subjects: Abstract ;

Areas: New York, NY ;
Region: North East ;
Lived: 31 Union Studio Sq 9c, New York, NY (1978) ; 230 Park Ave, New York, NY (1991) ; 140 E 40th Street, New York, NY ;
Father: Benjamin Lewis (1878-1941) ;
Mother: Sadie (Boss) Lewis (?-?) ;
Relatives:
Spouse: Joseph Burns, husband, married November 14, 1925 in Bronx, NY ;
Children: 

Training: Vaclav Vytlacil (1892-1984) ; Hans Hofmann (1880-1966) ; Jack Tworkov (1900-1982) ; woodblock with Seong Moy (1921- 2013) ; papermaking with Douglass (Morse) Howell (1906-1994) ;
Instructors: Vaclav Vytlacil (1892-1984) ; Hans Hofmann (1880-1966) ; Jack Tworkov (1900-1982) ; Seong Moy (1921- 2013) ; Douglass (Morse) Howell (1906-1994) ;
Work:

Taught:
Students:

Member: Women in the Arts, New York, NY ;
Exhibited with: Salons of America, New York, NY (1934) ; Balin-Traube Gallery, New York, NY, solo-show (1963) ; XXth Century West Galleries, New York, NY, solo-show (1967) ; Benedicta AC Gallery, St. Joseph, MN, solo-show (1967) ; Court Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark, solo-show (1970) ; Alonzo Gallery, New York, NY, solo-show (1971) ; Wetherspoon Annual, Greensboro, NC, “Art on paper”,group show (1969) ;
Awards: New York State Council Arts grant (1971) ;