biografía de Muriel V. Sibell WOLLE (1898-1977)

Lugar de nacimiento: Brooklyn, NY

Lugar de defunción: Boulder, CO?

Direcciones: Boulder, CO in 1976

Profesión: Painter, writer , teacher, illustrator, lithographer

Estudios: NY School Fine & Applied Art, two diplomas; New York Univ., B.S., 1928; Univ. Colorado, M.A., 1930; F.W. Howell; ASL.

Exposiciones: Denver Art Mus. Ann., 1928-47; Boulder AG, 1927-46; Colorado State Fair, 1930 (prize), 1932 (prize); NAWA, 1930-48; Kansas City AI, 1932-38, 1934 (prize), 1935 (prize); Joslyn Mem., 1932-40; Artists West of the Mississippi, 1939; Denver Art Mus., 1956 (solo); Iowa State Univ. Gallery, Mem. Union, 1967 (solo). Awards: Denver Art Mus. (prize, 1928); Norlin Medal, 1957 & Stearns Award, 1966, Univ. Colorado; Laureate Key, Delta Phi Delta, 1958.

Asociaciones: AFA; Am. Colle. S. PM; Topeka PM; NAWA; Delta Phi Delta (second vice pres., first vice pres. & national alumni pres.); Boulder Artists Guild; Colorado Authors League, Denver; Woman's Press Club.

Obra: Denver AM; Springfield (MO) Art Mus.; Montana State Mus., Helena; Univ. Colorado

Comentarios: Preferred media: lithographic crayon, watercolors. Positions: teacher, Texas State College for Women, 1920-23; instructor of art, College Industrial Art, 1920-23; instructor of art, New York Sch. Fine & Applied Art, 1923-26; from instructor to prof. art & head dept., Univ. Colorado, Boulder, 1926-66, emer. prof., 1966-. Publications: author/illustrator, Ghost Cities of Colorado, 1933; Cloud Cities of Colorado, 1934; Stampede to Timberline, 1949; The Bonanza Trail, 1953 & Montana Pay Dirt, 1963. Contributor: illustrations, Theatre Arts Monthly; article, Design magazine. Art interests: visiting, sketching & collecting historic ghost mining town data of the twelve western states.

Fuentes: WW73; Jessie Palmer, Colorado Woman, Art Professor, Ghost Town Authority, Writes Guide to Montana Mine.

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