Recent Articles/Reviews

Between Lovely Lines

November 4, 2016

Tiana Wang, Yale Daily News, New Haven, CT

"To take notes on graph paper is to resist the temptation to doodle. But Power Boothe has succumbed; he succumbed nearly 40 years ago." Full Article

 

Power Boothe's Instinct

October 2018

Lyn Horton, Arteidolia

"In the vast complex network of communication utilized by all living things in the known world, a niche of human beings calling themselves artists strives in its own anthropomorphic way to carve out its place within that network..." Full Article

 

Giorgio Morandi at CIMA, New York Residency January 2016

April 14, 2016

Mercedeh Mirshamsi
Cohort ’14

"Giorgio Morandi is an Italian painter who was most famous for being the greatest master of Natura Morta (Still Life) of the 20th century. During the New York Residency of 2016, we had an opportunity to view some of his still life paintings, which were on display at CIMA - Center for Italian Modern Art, located in SoHo." Full Article

 

IDSVA Announces 2016 Honorary Degree Recipients
"Celebrating our Tenth Anniversary, we are pleased to announce the following Honorary Degree Recipients, Commencement 2016, January 9, Morgan Library, New York City." Full Article

 

Boothe A Showstopper in Torrington
Tracy O’Shaughnessy
May 4, 2014, The Republican American, Waterbury, CT 

 

"Five Points Gallery in Torrington is...hosting...a spectacular array of Power Boothe's masterful paintings, some of the most mesmerizing work the plucky gallery has shown since its inception.."  Full Article

The 'Power' of Boothe's painting
Harwinton artist feels transformed
BY TRACEY O'SHAUGHNESSY | REPUBLICAN-AMERICAN

"He was 19 that summer he landed on the pavement, on the north side of a tunnel in Lafayette, Calif. It was 1964, and he had just delivered a painting to a gallery in Oakland and felt a rush of accomplishment."

A Rogue Minimalist

February 23, 2011, New Britain Museum of American Art

"Although he will continue to teach, former Dean of the Hartford Art School at the University of Hartford Power Boothe now has the chance to commit all his efforts to painting, as his job only allowed him a few weeks of artistic focus in the summer. The exhibit Power Boothe: Out of Order at the New Britain Museum of American Art through April 10, 2011, gives us a glimpse of his work from the 1970s, 80s, and 90s..." Full Article

Power Boothe's Retrospective At New Britain Museum

Roger Catlin

January 30, 2011, Hartford Courant, Hartford, CT

He'll continue to teach at the school, but he adds, "I hope to get back to studio, and maybe write about my experiences. I've lived through a very interesting time at the Hartford Art School. I so appreciate my time there..." Full Article

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