Burning Bush Spiral


Alida Fish
Burning Bush Spiral
Archival pigment transfer photograph on oxidized aluminum
Print: 24H x 20W inches, Frame: 30H x 26W x 2.25D inches
Item #14-01

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Wilmington, DE

PHOTO | Alternative process

Penland Affiliation | Penland Instructor (17 summer workshops and two concentration sessions 1975 – 2014), Penland Core Fellow 1971 – 1973, former Chair Penland Board of Trustees

Artist Information | Studio artist; education: MFA, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY), Harvard University (MA), BA, Smith College (MA), Universita di Firenze, Florence (Italy); teaching: Professor Emerita (1981-2014), College of Art, Media, and Design, University of the Arts (PA), Arrowmont School of Art (TN), Anderson Ranch Arts Center (CO); professional affiliations: Board of Governors, The Print Center (PA), Board of Trustees, Society for Photographic Education; grants: Delaware State Arts Council Masters Fellowship (2008), American Academy in Rome Visiting Artist (2004-05), National Endowment for the Arts Individual Fellowship (1994-95); selected public collections: Philadelphia Museum of Fine Arts (PA), Delaware Art Museum (MD), George Eastman House, International Museum of Photography (NY)

Artist Bio | Alida Fish is known for one-of-a-kind, hand-altered still-life work using manipulated photo processes. She prints on glass, metal, and a range of artists’ papers. Her photographs have been exhibited throughout the United States in galleries and museums including The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Delaware Art Museum, The Portland Museum of Art, The Albright-Knox Gallery, The Pennsylvania Academy of Art, and The Santa Barbara Museum of Art. She has received prestigious awards including an Individual Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts and a Masters Award from the Delaware State Arts Council. She has been a resident artist at several institutions including The American Academy in Rome. Alida is professor Emerita at The University of the Arts, Philadelphia.

Technical Information | Archival pigment transfer photograph on oxidized aluminum