LOIS MABEL HEAD
The multi-talented Lois Head, a painter, writer, lithographer, who was also involved with crafts, was born in 1906 in Denver, Colorado. She studied at the University of Utah but made her way to New York by 1923 where she studied under Ralph M. Pearson (1883-1958), probably in his school, called the Design Workshop but he also taught at East Gloucester. Pearson was a well-known educator and author of The New Art Education (1941). In this field he inspired Head directly because later she would publish Art and Artists Today. Head was also an illustrator and some of her work went to the Abbott Laboratories Collection.
Besides her one-woman shows at the Delphic Studios and at the As
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