A talk and tour of her work by artist Carol Bishop at her Beachwood Canyon home, with a reception at the nearby home of Hope Anderson '81, a collector of Carol's work.
Date: Saturday, September 1, 2018
Location (Bishop Residence): 1933 Carmen Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90069
Reception to Follow (Anderson Residence): 2800 North Beachwood Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90068
Price: $20/person; please register/rsvp in advance and pay at the door. Click here to register.
Accessibilty: Carol's house has 5 steps from the street to the front door. Hope's house has 25 steps from the street to the front door.
Parking: Carmen Avenue has limited on-street parking but there will be space for 2-3 cars in Carol's driveway. If needed, additional parking will be reserved at the Monastery of the Angels, 1977 Carmen Avenue. Please let us know whether you will require parking when you RSVP. North Beachwood Drive has ample on-street parking with no permits required after 4pm; the reception will begin at that time.
Questions?: Contact LA Friends of Art at this email address: FOALA@wellesley.edu
About the Artist:
Carol Bishop's paintings, photos and installations reflect ideas on achitecture and place. Her artworks have been exhibited in the U.S. and abroad. Frank Lloyd Wright: The Romantic Spirit was exhibited in solo shows at the Huntington Museum in San Marino and the Mona Bismarck Museum in Paris. Other artworks have been exhibited in Germany, Italy, France and across the United States. Her exhibit, Fantome: Memory and Dream of I.M. Pei, marks the first living American woman to have a solo show in the Louvre in Paris. She has received the Sony Corporation Per Cent for Art commission and was chosen as a recipient of the Pomona "Envisioning the Future" photography artist. Her work was included in Turning Silver; the most noted Women Photographers of the past twenty-five years. She was an arist in residence in Herzilya, Israel, as well as Hochschule Neiderrelm in Krefeld, Germany. Balcony Press publishes her book, Frank Lloyd Wright: the Romantic Spirit by Carol Bishop. Ms. Bishop is an Associate Professor of Art at Los Angeles Valley College. Further information at carolbishop.com.