Deaf View Image Art. De'VIA
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of three digital collage prints created by Deaf artist Ann Silver.
The collection consists of artwork by David Call, including a hand carved linocut black block print titled Breakthrough and a multicolored prismacolor drawing titled The Great Convergence. The linocut depicts Abbé L'Epée and two butterflies (two sisters) using sign language to communicate. The drawing depicts two sailboats on the sea intersecting to form a butterfly.
Deaf View Image Art (De'VIA) collection contains a poster, exhibit and auction programs from various De'VIA events held during 2008, 2009, 2012 and 2014, as well as Gallery Guides from Deaf Artists' exhibits from 1993, 1995, and 1999.
This is a framed color print by artist Alice Silver. Silver is a deaf American working in the visual arts. The print depicts a box of crayons with the word for deaf in many languages printed on each crayon.
Collection consists of one artwork by BlackDeaf artist Fred Michael Beam, titled Through Deaf Slave's Eyes.
The collage Repressive Means by Patti Durr consists of an 18" x 40" 10 pane white framed window. Each pane is decorated with various collage elements including painted red lips and print materials. The largest pane has an image of a deaf person with a chain affixed to its ear.
- Deaf culture 5
- Prints -- 21st century 2
- Teachers of the deaf 2
- Art in universities and colleges -- New York (State) -- Rochester 1
- Collages (visual works) 1
- Deaf -- Associations, institutions, etc. 1
- Deaf -- Education -- Pictorial works 1
- Deaf -- Means of communication 1
- Deaf painters -- United States 1
- Digital prints 1
- Exhibition catalogs 1
- Linocuts (prints) 1
- Pictorial quilts 1
- Posters 1
- Programs (documents) 1
- Watercolors (paintings) 1 + ∧ less