Lucie Mellert for Artist Grace Martin Taylor
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Lucie Mellert is the daughter of Artist Grace Martin Taylor. She made a promise to her mother, she would find suitable homes for her life work. Many of the collective works of art are available for purchase, by appointment.
Artist Grace Martin Taylor is a Morgantown West Virginia native and graduate of West Virginia University. She used one-blocked method for her creations, which show the distinctly modern influence, woodcut printing, color woodcut, watercolor, charcoal, ink wash and abstract still life. Many of her color prints have been exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum, Philadelphia Print Club, Smithsonian Institution, United States National Museum, Oakland Art Gallery, Wichita Art Museum, Provincetown Art Association, Boston Art Club, and Traveling exhibitions sponsored by the American Federation of Arts.
What the critics said.... Edward Alden Jewell, New York Times: Particularly ingratiating are the woodblock prints. Glenn Wessels, San Francisco Argonaut; classed Mrs. Frames prints as ''Headliners of Oakland Art Gallery
- Art piece ''Studio Window'' judged one of the ''Fifty Best Color Prints of the Years 1933
- Artist Blanche Lazzell (her cousin) helped Taylor master the white-line woodcut block print.
- Artwork can be view by appointment