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 Norman Stiegelmeyer  (1937 - 1985)

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Lived/Active: California/Colorado      Known for: modernist funk imagery

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Vicki Moffett

Norman Stiegelmeyer
I was surprised to comeup with Norman's name when I was searching my Stiegelmeyer relatives for genealogy. Norman was my young cousin in Denver, Co. I used to baby sit him. His dad was my favorite uncle. I knew he had been an artist in San Francsico, and that he died young, but knew little else of him. I would love to know anything I can of him and his family. There are five of his cousins here in SO.CA. His dad and my mother were sisters.

Richard Sampson

Norman Stiegelmeyer
My relationship with NS began at the SFAI--NS had mounted a wonderfully powerful painting show in the Diego Rivera Gallery--it was a show that featured Large vertical paintings with Egyptian motifs--the colors were full of gold and blues, silvers. But what a show it was. I did not know this artist was a teacher at SFAI--I was a student there at SFAI in 1968. The Art Institute at that time in the late 1960's was a maelstrom of artistic energy--you would walk up Chestnut St. and take a deep breath before you entered into that group of buildings. --and then as you left many hours later--you exhaled. Several years later, through my mentor Ivan Majdrakoff who was a drawing and painting teacher--we went over to Norman's house--what a wonderful house he had--he loved collectible c ars--but more importantly he had a stack of his latest Surrealistic Book of Drawings. Please contact me if you want this all fleshed out into a more coherent memoir.. I miss Norman so much.---Richard Sampson Later on

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