Celebrating the Life of Betty Woodman

Betty Woodman 1930-2018 A student once asked Betty if "her art was about her life?" After a moment Betty replied, "my art is my life," and I could add that is is a life which has been lived much in her studio - George Woodman Click here for "In Her Studio" by George Woodman We are deeply saddened by the loss of ceramic icon, Betty Woodman, and we are honored to have her work "His/Her Diptych #3" from 1997 in the Blanden Art Museum's Permanent Collection. "Artist Betty Woodman, a sculptor known for ceramic works that are playful yet rigorous combinations of, among other things, Etruscan sculpture, Egyptian art, Sèvres porcelain, and Henri Matisse, has died. Woodman was born in Norwalk, Connec

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