Artists as Vermonters, Vermonters as artists
Posted on Feb 15, 2013
The author’s father, R. Lewis Teague, at work in his Vermont studio in 1959. (Hanson Carroll)
The author’s father, R. Lewis Teague, at work in his Vermont studio in 1959. (Hanson Carroll) Artists as Vermonters, Vermonters as artists Growing up in the state in ’50s and ’60s, a third-generation artist saw the inspiration and isolation that Vermont had on her father, a painter. In the intervening years, the environment here has become much more appealing for artists. And artists, in turn, have stimulated the economy and helped…
Walter Dorwin Teague links
From IDSA… a few links about recent news concerning my grandfather, including a bite on the exhibit it researched, designed and curated last summer here in Vermont, the first exhibit to be dedicated solely to him as a family man, his work and career up to the time he died. It was a wonderful experience.
A further link to my page on the exhibit and continued interest on my part in discovering a man and his work I only knew as “Grandpa.”