When I speak of nature, I speak of the sky, because the sky
has become all of nature to me. But it is most particularly
the brooding, storm-ridden sky over the Sound of Sleat
in which I find the living image of past dreams,
dreams which had emerged from memory and the swirl of paint.
Here I can see the drama of nature charged and compressed.
Lands form, seas disappear, worlds fragment, colors merge
or give birth to burning shapes, mountain snows show emerald green.
Or, for a long moment, life stops still when the gales pause
and the sky clears after long days of careening sound and
horizontal rain or snow.
35 Artists Who Broke the Rules
by Christian Weikop
See pp.56-79 Art Education, Joeph Beuys, and Jon Schueler
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PhD Doctoral Candidate, University of St Andrews
Lecture on Jon Schueler by Joe Boyd
Joe Boyds's thesis (for the summer of 2023) is titled
Steeped in Place. Encountering Scotland in Paintings of the Sea.
At least half of it will address Jon Schueler's work and thought. University of Lincoln,
Doctoral Conference, Feb. 23, 2022
[open video: mp4,
From left to right:
o/c 62-5 Morning and the Sea, 1962, 35 x 48 in/88.9 x 121.92 cm
dr.61-51 Landscape: Deep, c.1961, 19 x 23 3/4 in/48.26 x 60.33 cm, crayon/pastel/ink
o/c 68-20 Loch Eishort: Summer Memory, 1968, 40 x 52/101.6 x 132.08 cm
Sea Island Waiting oil on canvasNew York, 1978 36 x 60 inches / 91.44 x 152.4cmo/c 894
Separate Ways: Storm and Sea oil on canvas1975 48 x 44 incheso/c 608
Waterhouse & Dodd
47 Albemarle Street
London WIS 4JW email@example.com
June 18-July 12, 2019 Catalogue
Opening, June 18, 6-8pm
Special Friday late opening, June 28, 6-8pm
Special Saturday opening, June 29,11am-5pm
Special Sunday opening, June 30, 11am to 5pm
Transition oil on canvas1955 54 x 60 inches / 137 x 152cmo/c 55-6
The entire museum has been turned over to the multi-media exploration of blue in many incarnations.
It spans history and geography, from the precious lapis lazuli of antiquity to paintings, photographs,
ceramics, cyanotypes, and fashion. As Miró said, "This is the color of my dreams."
Evening Landscape oil on canvas1956 20 x 26 inches / 51 x 66 cmo/c 56-21
The First Day oil on canvasNew York 1956 48 x 90 incheso/c 56-30
Gallery of Australia, Canberra
24 Aug - 11 Nov 2018
This exhibition examines how a generation of young Americans challenged
local traditions and reinvented modern art.
Turbulence I oil on canvas1958 28 x 35 incheso/c 56-28
The Nassau County Museum of
Roslyn, NY is using its Jon Schueler oil, Turbulence I, 1958, 28" x 35" (o/c 56-28)
as part of the exhibition Master Class: Hans Hofmann.
Other artists include Lee Krasner, Wolf Kahn, Helen Frankenthaler and Fritz Bultman.
January 27 - June 3, 2018
CCASM MODERN & CONTEMPORARY
Changes oil on canvas1974 36 x 32 incheso/c 481
Chris Clifford and Stephen McCoubrey open a new gallery CCASM
MODERN & CONTEMPORARY on the island of Jersey, off the coast of England.
The opening exhibition, September 15 -November 3, 2017, showcases Jon
Schueler, Helen Frankenthaler, Sam Francis and Robert Motherwell, with a
small survey of Henri Matisse prints, 1920s to 1950s.
Loch Scavaig oil on canvas1957 35 1/4 x 57 1/4 incheso/c 57-37
Crocker Art Museum,
A Schueler is included in Diebenkorn's Circle: Paintings by Abstract
Expressionists of the California School of Fine Arts and Beyond,
Oct 8, 2017-January 7, 2018
Art of Our Time
Winter Sunday oil on canvas1958 80 x 71 incheso/c 58-5
The Sound of Sleat: A Painter's Life,
Edited by Magda Salvesen and Diane Cousineau
Published by Picador USA, March 1999.
Hardcover, 359 pp. 16 pages color and 32 b&w photos.
ISBN 0-312-20015-3 $30 US, £20 UK.
"It is an amazing, totally peculiar piece of work. It may be the
best thing ever written about the workings of a painter's mind and eye."
— The Atlantic Monthly, May 1999.
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