Artist Dorothy Tanner takes in her Beacon mixed-media sculpture.
Bright artistic lights from the big city illuminate a 50-year retrospective of former New York artists Dorothy Tanner and her late husband late Mel. The mystique of Andy Warhol’s Factory was palpable Jan. 13 in the Museum of Outdoor Art’s indoor gallery at the Englewood Civic Center. The opening of “Then and Now: A Retrospective of Light-Based Sculpture by Dorothy and Mel Tanner” was a well-deserved tribute that had the feel of a New York underground-society event right there in Englewood.
Photos by Stefan Krusze
Englewood Mayor Joe Jefferson takes in the artistic illumination.
A quote from Dorothy Tanner sums it all up.
Dorothy Tanner’s retrospective coincided with her 94th birthday.
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