Sam Gilliam, one of America's highly respected Color Field Painter and Lyrical Abstractionist artists, is photographed with the author/photographer's daughter, Olivia, beginning at 2 weeks old, and continuing to Olivia's 18th birthday. "Sam Gilliam and Olivia Photographs" is a narrative- the visual depiction of the close relationship between Olivia and Sam that started when she was a baby. It's about them and very particular to them. Equally important, the images are strong personal statements about commitment to the art and intimacy of photography over time.
MFA, Fine Art Photography
Studied with John Gossage,
Advisors: Sam Gilliam, Claudia DeMonte, Anne Truitt;
David C. Driskell, The Department of Art at The University of MD/College Park;
BS School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University
Université de Bourgogne
St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University
St. Petersburg, Russia
Who's Who in American Art
Who's Who of American Women
Who's Who in the World
Photographs purchased for the permanent collections of:
The Virginia Museum of Fine Art,
The Corcoran Gallery of Art,
Virginia Power, The National Strategy Information Center.
Portraits also included in:
The Holocaust Museum,
The Ogden Museum of Southern Art,
Polish History Museum,
The National Portrait Gallery,
and additional museums and private collections.
New web site created by Heather Krebs: