Lilian Thomas Burwell - ART CART Oral Histories
In this oral history interview, visual artist Lilian Thomas Burwell talks about her childhood, schooling in New York, and developing as an artist before a lot of training. She speaks about originality in her art and how personal and reflective it has. One of her examples is how the illness and death of her mother influenced her work and her transition from painting to sculpture. Her book explains how subconsciously and not overly-thought-out art reflects the artist’s life and his/her own truth. Burwell also discusses her experiences teaching art as well as her water-inspired installations.
More About This Work
- Academic Units
- Research Center for Arts and Culture
- Published Here
- January 29, 2014
This zip archive contains audio files of an oral history interview and a text file describing themes addressed in the interview. For more information about the ART CART project, please visit their website: http://artsandcultureresearch.org/artcart.