Judith G. Levy and Caroline Rothwell

ARTISTS AND THE ART THEY LIVE WITH
Ever wonder what artwork artists live with? This series offers a glimpse into the homes of artists. From there we have a conversation about a work of art they have in their home. Tune in and gather some insights into what living with art can do.

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Judith G. Levy is a multidisciplinary artist who has had solo exhibitions in Minneapolis, Indianapolis, Chicago, Kansas City, and Lawrence. She has participated in national and regional group shows and film festivals throughout the United States and was awarded an Andy Warhol Foundation Rocket Grant and an Art in the Grove project at the Spencer Museum of Art. She is currently participating in a three-year artist residency program at Studios Inc. in Kansas City.

Each piece is 8 x 11 3/4 inch, unframed, 2014. Rothwell collects exhaust fume residue from cars, mixes it with a binding agent to create a fluid pigment. She also used copper leaf to create these works on paper.

Caroline Rothwell, born in Yorkshire, England has a BA from the University of the Arts, London, an MFA in sculpture from Hunter College, City University of New York, and University of Auckland. She has a research-driven practice, working across two and three dimensions in a variety of media. Her work explores the intersection of art and science, nature and history, ideology and society.

judithglevy.com

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