Art & Art History
Selective visions :The Art of Ralston Crawford, 26 January - 3 March 2001, curated by Sara Adams ... [and others].
Carlisle PA :Trout Gallery, Dickinson College, 2001.
In their essays, the student curators look closely at the visual language of Crawford’s paintings within the context of his life and career in an effort to address how they “work.” What emerges is the recognition of a vibrant, sometimes understated, sometimes animated tension between forms, color, and space that is often completed or left unresolved by both artist and viewer. [from introduction by Melinda Schlitt]
Schlitt, Melinda, et al. Selective Visions: The Art of Ralston Crawford. Carlisle, Pa.: The Trout Gallery, Dickinson College, 2001.