Betty Woodman passes leaving behind art that has captivated so many.

By now you’ve likely heard of the passing of Betty Woodman. There are many well written articles and obituaries circulating about her life and work, but I thought here I might just let her speak in her own words. If the following few videos give you a taste for more there are many more on Youtube and Vimeo.

Here are a few links as well to follow up on:

Betty Woodman

Wednesday, March 2, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Jackman Hall, Art Gallery of Ontario
Members $15 / public $18 / students $12

Widely recognized as one of the most important ceramic artists working today, Betty Woodman will speak about her life and art on the eve of the opening of an exhibition of her work at the Gardiner Museum. Woodman is a master of colour and form whose painterly sculptures and installations bring images of Matisse, Picasso and Miro to mind. In 2006 she was given a full retrospective at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, an honour rarely bestowed by that institution on an individual living artist. Betty Woodman: Places, Spaces and Things opens to the public at the Gardiner Museum on March 3, 2011. Presented in partnership with the Gardiner Museum.
via Art Gallery of Ontario

Betty Woodman: Ceramics and Works on Paper & George Woodman: Photographs

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Please join us for the Opening Reception with the Artists:
Thursday, July 15th, 5 to 8pm

Gallery Talk: 6pm

Reception is a benefit for Anderson Ranch Arts Center and is in conjunction with Anderson Ranch’s National Recognition Dinner, honoring the Woodmans and Garth Clark and Mark DelVecchio, July 14th.

Harvey / Meadows Gallery is open from 11AM to 5PM, Tuesday through Sunday, and all other times by appointment. Please call 970-920-7721 or visit our website: to view the exhibition online and to view the other artists we represent.