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    David Pagel
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    Giant Paws; 50 color plates edition (June 24, 2000)
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Irene Hardwicke Olivieri book. This book contains fifty color plates of paintings and drawings, a selection of the artist's work from the past ten years.

Irene Hardwicke Olivieri book. The forward is written by David Pagel, with a biographical essay by .

Publisher:Olivieri, Harwicke. Unfinished Business: Paintings from the 1970s and 1980s by Ross Bleckner, Eric Fischl and David Salle. 55 lbs. You Might Also Enjoy. Moving Toward the Light: Joseph Raffael.

Irene paints, writes, draws, and arranges tiny bones she dissects from owl pellets into mosaic nude figures she .

Irene paints, writes, draws, and arranges tiny bones she dissects from owl pellets into mosaic nude figures she calls Paleogirls. Oxford American, Spring 2006 May, Caryn, What the Owl Left Behind: Off the Grid with Irene Hardwicke Olivieri, The Source Weekly, Oct 5 2006 Turner, Billye, Animal Affairs, Spring 2006.

Irene Hardwicke Olivieri-Irene let us use this wonderful image for the cover of my mother's book, "Appearances. What others are saying. Painting by Irene Hardwicke Olivieri now showing at the Robert Berman Gallery at Bergamont Station, through October

Irene Hardwicke Olivieri-Irene let us use this wonderful image for the cover of my mother's book, "Appearances. Painting by Irene Hardwicke Olivieri now showing at the Robert Berman Gallery at Bergamont Station, through October. Family secrets too heavy to fly by Irene Hardwicke Olivieri 2013. Irene paints, writes, draws, and arranges tiny bones she dissects from owl pellets into mosaic nude figures she calls Paleogirls.

Born in Texas, Irene Hardwicke Olivieri was deeply influenced by her travels in Central and South America. Albert Einstein - (Beloved and bewildered, painting by Irene Hardwicke Olivieri).

Born in Texas, Irene Hardwicke Olivieri was deeply influenced by her travels in Central and South America Turner Artworks Spiritual Awareness Abstract Pictures Spiritual Wisdom Artsy Fartsy Eye Art Art Studies Irene Namaste. Find this Pin and more on Art by Little Shop Of Lost Arts.

Irene Hardwicke Olivieri - The mysterious workshop of nature is my biggest influence, explains Olivieri. The handwritten texts of Olivieri’s paintings combine detailed descriptions of the appearance and habits of closely observed flora and fauna with personal musings

Irene Hardwicke Olivieri - The mysterious workshop of nature is my biggest influence, explains Olivieri. The handwritten texts of Olivieri’s paintings combine detailed descriptions of the appearance and habits of closely observed flora and fauna with personal musings. Barely visible in most reproductions, these texts are mesmerizing when you encounter the paintings themselves. The long process of reading pulls you deep into her universe. Rarely is the voice of a visual artist-not just her interests and preoccupations but her inflections and curious associations of ideas-so palpably present.

David Pagel is an art critic, educator, curator, dioramatist and bike enthusiast. about artists such as Jim Isermann and Irene Hardwicke Olivieri. lt;/p

Irene Hardwicke Olivieri by David Pagel, June 24, 2000 . Irene Hardwicke Olivieri. Published June 24, 2000 by Giant Paws There's no description for this book yet.

Irene Hardwicke Olivieri. Published June 24, 2000 by Giant Paws.

Irene Hardwicke Olivieri : Paintings. ISBN 10: 0970169000, ISBN 13: 9780970169006. The work is original and lively, filled with secrets of nature and nudes. About the Author: David Pagel - Art critic for the Los Angeles Times; art writer at large.

A limited edition book of paintings, by Irene Hardwicke Olivieri. This book contains fifty color plates of paintings and drawings, a selection of the artist's work from the past ten years. The forward is written by David Pagel, with a biographical essay by E.B. Coffin, and excerpts from The New York Times reviews, as well as Art & Antiques and Juxtapoz. The work is original and lively, filled with secrets of nature and nudes.

Falya
I bought the book because I own two of her painting and wanted to add to my knowledge about her work. It more than met those expectations. I do recommend the book for other collectors and others interested in her work.
Shezokha
Can you gratify the senses while you nourish the soul? In this wonderful book of recent paintings by the contemporary artist, Irene Hardwicke Olivieri, it becomes evident that it would be impossible to do otherwise.
The artfully presented reproductions offer an intimate look at the artist's work over the last several years, drawing us into a rich world of desire and possibilities where the sensual and the spiritual are inextricably intertwined - did we ever really believe the centuries of dogma that insists they are mutually exclusive?
Turning the pages of this book is like rediscovering the contents of a long lost jewelry box. Olivieri's images pin our hearts to the incomprehensible beauty of our fantasmagoric world, sewing them together into a mythology that is, at once, entirely original and peculiarly familiar.
To quote from David Pagel's excellent introduction, "Olivieri's pictures... re-write the story of the Garden of Eden."
For those of us who cannot indulge in the pleasures of purchasing several of the artist's paintings, this book can be a very satisfying substitute
greatest
As we often ask of inventors or contortionists, How do they DO that? so we could ask the same of Irene Hardwicke Olivieri about her imagination-snagging paintings. These works awe the eye, tickle the spirit, call into question the viewer's preconceived notions about love, good and evil, perspective, and perhaps most of all--the relationship of all animate life. Olivieri puts a raccoon under a nude's arm, then writes an encyclopaedic definition of the animal's habits down the figure's midrift. Startling titles and amazing scriptography on Olivieri's figures make us wonder why other artists have been too timid or impoverished to use the Blakean technique. Olivieri's art is enticing, riveting, challenging--and downright delightful. You will not look at these pictures without participating!
Daron
I first encountered her work in SF just last year. I really wanted to buy one of her pieces similar to the first painting you see on the first page of her website. Since someone else bought the piece I was contemplating, I ended up with her book instead. I really love the paintings, writings, and most of all the symbolism. Irene is a very unique painter and has a very lovely spirit (we have exchanged a few emails). The book is full of delightful images and poetry and one cannot help getting lost in her fantasy-like gardens. I highly recommend this wonderful book for yourself or as a gift to a loved one.
Bladebringer
This evening I met Irene Hardwicke Olivieri at a lecture she gave in Washington, CT. She showed slides of her work and I examined this book. Her work is so extraordinary, that I came home and had to buy the book, which is a lavish and beautifully done catalogue of her work. I only wish there were three hundred pages instead of sixty. Wonderful, really wonderful.
Ytli
Lavish full color book of paintings full of poetry and beauty. Images of nature and personages intertwined.