Evangeline J. Montgomery- ART CART Oral Histories

Montgomery, Evangeline J.; Burrowes, Adjoa J.; Research Center for Arts and Culture

In this interview printmaker E.J. Montgomery concisely discusses her art practice which spans over six decades. E.J. explores her printmaking process; the role memory plays in her work; the re-occurring theme of nature, movement, color and texture in her imagery; as well as the language created in her mark making which reference cultures around the world. When discussing her history as an artist she reveals her relationship to Washington DC’s Color Field movement and other artists that she was influenced by or collaborated with throughout her life.


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More About This Work

Academic Units
Research Center for Arts and Culture
Art Cart Collection
Published Here
November 30, 2016


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