Location Notes:
LMH; ________ not found as of 5/16/01 Supposed to be located in LMH above the stairway landing near N. door. (condition report done in 1995)

Ambivalence

Artwork
Identifier:
1998.116.1
Artist:
Marjory J. Koster
Credit:
Gift of the Artist
Medium:
Mixed Media on Board
Date:
1964
Dimensions:
Artworks -
Note: mounted to high to measure; est. 30" x 44"
Description:
Abstract image with cream, black, and rust. Lines intersecting the center horizontally and vertical lines to the right of center.
Historical Context:
"Art is both beauty and meaning. I define a drawing as a linear representation of a three dimensional object on a two dimensional plane. It describes an idea, a person, place or thing known in reality or a product of the imagination. I define a painting or print as a two dimensional plane of spatial relationships. The arrangement of areas, their edges, sizes, placement relationships, values and colors is what we read to understand the communication of the artist. My work is my statement. My creations; woodcut prints are my reactions and interpretations of what I have experienced or observed what others are experiencing." - Marjory J. Koster