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 Ruth D. Hogan  (1943 - )

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Lived/Active: Massachusetts      Known for: coastal view, landscape

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Ruth DeWitt Hogan may have grown up in Texas, far from Cape Cod, but Cape Cod artistry was in her genes.  Her great aunt, Elizabeth Howland Caliga, was one of the original Provincetown Printmakers and Ruth Hogan spent many of her childhood summers in the fifties and sixties visiting her and her prominent portrait artist husband, Henry Caliga, in the well-known artists' colony, Provincetown.  It was there among the magnificent rolling dunes, the encompassing blue-green Atlantic and the plethora of multi-hued flowers set amidst the town's pastel-colored houses that her life-long absorption with color and light was born.

Although Ruth considers herself a self-taught artist primarily interested in landscape painting-in the style of American Impressionism-she is always eager to learn and absorb from others.  Her friend and mentor, Robert Douglas Hunter, a prominent Boston artist, led her to the out of doors and instructed her on how to view nature.  From Tim Thies, a classically trained artist now living in Vermont, she expanded her knowledge of the various techniques utilized in painting.  On-going workshops broadened her talents further.

"I paint in my own language, letting my own style emerge," she has said.  "There is a certain "je ne sais quoi" that moves me to choose my subject matter": a splash of light in a garden, the reflected glow of the sun at low tide on the beach.  Whatever is beautiful to my eye".  Her paintings abound with brilliant-unexpected-splashes of color and light. "I do not want to reproduce nature. I want to utilize my creative intelligence and extend my work beyond the literal, visual experience."

Ruth works in pastel, also and is enthusiastic about the immediacy of their layering ability. She attended a pastel workshop recently with Albert Handel, a master pastelist from Santa Fe, and feels that he has inspired her to grow in yet another direction.  She stresses how vital it is to pursue new techniques as well as methods of observing nature. An Impressionist painter, she reminds us, is focused on the appearance of nature and, in transferring it to canvas, or interpreting it, attempts to reproduce the totality of its look by marrying each and every part in a relationship to the complete-and complex-visual experience.  Ruth has worked on Monhegan Island, Maine, with Don Stone, a noted teacher of oil painting.  She believes in continuous study because as Robert Henri said-"seek technical excellence so you may bring alive the wonder of this stupendous universe".

Ruth Hogan"s paintings have won many awards and are found in collections worldwide. Most recently her painting, "Spring Along Main Street", was chosen for the 1997 Orleans Bicentennial poster and another, "Old Town Hall", was reproduced on the cover of the Orleans Information Guide booklet.  In the past year, Ruth has had an exhibition of her works at The Danforth Museum, Framingham, Massachusetts and the Snow Library, Orleans, Massachusetts.  Works by Ruth Hogan can be found in the permanent collections of the Cape Museum of Art, the Provincetown Art Association and Museum, and the Meadow Brook Art Gallery, Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan. Every fall Ruth joins a group of women artists, "21 in Truro", for a week of painting. Ruth Hogan was selected as a member of the Pastel Society of America and is a member of the Pastel Society of Cape Cod.  She is one of a few active white-line  woodcut printers.

PUBLISHED ARTICLES         
1986    "Printmakers Exhibition" by Judith Cressy Cape Cod Antiques and Arts
1986    Cover and article-"Prints-White-line Woodcut" by Jim Canavan The Review Magazine
1987    "Art Scene-Ruth Hogan" by Barbara Foote Cape Cod Oracle Newspaper
1987    "Techniques for Making White-line Woodblock Prints" by Ruth Hogan American Artist Magazine
1988    "The Wonderful World of the Original Print" by Ann Brighman Cape Cod Antiques and Arts
1991    "Rising Stars:5 Artists to Watch" by Robert Douglas Hunter Cape Cod Home and Garden Magazine
1993    "Hogan Art Gallery-Ruth Hogan" by Ann Brighman Cape Cod Antiques and Arts
1993    Cover and article-"White-line Printmaking" by Sara London A-Plus Newspaper
1995    "Ruth Hogan, Artist" by Laurie Kornhiser Cape Cod Life Magazine
1995    Cape Cod Houses & Gardens by Catherine Fallin & Taylor Lewis (book)
1996    "Color and Light" by Melora North The Cape Codder Newspaper
1998    "4 Cape Cod Artist Find a New Direction" by Carol Dumas Cape Cod Antiques and Arts
1999    "Dunestruck" by Kathi Serizzi Driscoll Cape Cod Times, Lifestyle & Arts
1999    "One and Twenty Women in the Dunes of Truro" by Carol Dumas Cape Cod Times, Lifestyle & Arts
2000    "Twenty-One in Truro" by Deborah J. Carr Cape Women Magazine
2000    "21 Women Artists Fulfill a Dream" by Carol K. Dumas The Boston Sunday Globe-Newpaper
2000    "21 in Truro" by Carol Dumas Provincetown Banner Newspaper
2002    "21 in Truro" Cape Cod Life Magazine
2002    "The Kindest Cut:White-line Woodcuts" by Virginia Reiser Cape Arts Review Magazine
2002    "Artists in Residence-Ruth Hogan" by Marilyn Slade Globe Sunday Magazine
2002    "Ruth Hogan at the MFA" by Gerry Desautels Provincetown Banner Newspaper
2003    "A Week of Their Own" by Ann Wood Provincetown Banner Newspaper
2004    "Honoring the Original Print" by Melora North Cape Cod Times, Life and Art
2004    "CMFA Exhibit Reflects Wide Range of Printmaking" by Andre Van der Wende
Cape Codder Newspaper
2005    "21 in Truro at the Cape Cod Museum of Art" by Gillian Drake, Cape Art Review
2005    "Meet the 21 in Truro". By Amy DuFault, Cape Cod Life, October 2005

She is listed in: Who's Who in American Art, and Who's Who of American Women.

LECTURES/DEMONSTRATIONS   
1991    Creative Arts Center, Chatham, MA
1994    Cape Museum of Fine Art-"The White-Line Print"
1994    Open Studio Fund Raiser for Cape Museum of Fine Art, Dennis, MA
2002    Hingham Art Association
2002    "True Visions: the Paintings of C. A. Slade" Cape Museum of Fine Art, Dennis, MA
            Attleboro Museum of Art, Attleboro, MA
            St. Botolph Club, Boston, Massachusetts,
2002    1/23-white-line woodcut printmaking   Boston Museum of Fine Art, Boston MA
    4/29-white-line woodcut printmaking Boston Museum of Fine Art, Boston, MA
2002    white-line woodcut printmaking Cleveland Museum of Fine Art, Cleveland, OH
2003    Fund Raiser for Cahoon Museum of American Art, Cotuit, MA
2004    Cape Museum of Fine Art-"The White-Line Print"-Printmakers of Cape Cod Show
2005    Cape Cod Art Association-"The White-Line Print"

TEACHING:   
1985    Printmakers of Cape Cod, Eastham, Massachusetts
1990    Marblehead Art Association, King Hooper Mansion, Marblehead, Massachusetts
1993    Marblehead Art Association, King Hooper Mansion, Marblehead, Massachusetts
2005    Cape Museum of Art, Dennis, Massachusetts
2005    Creative Arts Center, spring and fall classes, Chatham, Massachusetts
2005    Cape Cod Art Association, Barnstable, Massachusetts
2006    Creative Arts Center, Chatham, Massachusetts
   
GROUP EXHIBITIONS:   
   
1985    Printmakers of Cape Cod,Orleans Town Hall, Orleans, MA
1996    Printmakers of Cape Cod, Marion Crane Gallery, Orleans, MA
1991    43rd North American Print Exhibition, DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA
1997    Printmakers of Cape Cod, Orleans Town Hall, Orleans, MA
1989    Printmakers of Cape Cod, Peacock Alley, Orleans, MA
1995    "Printmakers Past and Present", Cape Museum of Fine Art, Dennis, MA
1996    "The Provincetown Print 1915-1996", Provincetown Art Association & Museum, Provincetown, MA
1997    "Orleans Bicentennial Show",Marion Crane Gallery, Orleans, MA
1997    CC3TV, "Women Creating,1997", Yarmouth, MA
1998    Danforth Museum of Art, Framingham, MA
1998    "The Mohegan Connection-4 Cape Artists Paint Mohegan Island" Marion Crane Gallery, Orleans, MA
1999-2003    "21 in Truro" Old Selectman's Building, West Barnstable, MA
2000    Meadow Brook Art Gallery Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan
2001    "Tell Me a Story" Cahoon Museum of American Art, Cotuit, MA
2001    "Back to Corn Hill" Marion Crane Gallery, Orleans, MA
2002-2003    "21 in Truro" Truro Historical Museum, Truro, MA
2002    "21 in Truro" Creative Arts Center, Chatham, MA
2003    "Snow Birds", Cahoon Museum of American Art, Cotuit, MA
2003    "21 in Truro"  Hogan Art Gallery, Orleans, MA
     annual "Leo Diehl Exhibitions"  Creative Arts Center, Chatham, MA
2004    "Women Creating-2004-Cape Museum of Art, Dennis, MA
2004    Printmakers of Cape Cod-Cape Museum of Art, Dennis, MA
2004    Cape Museum of Natural History, Brewster, MA
2004    Creative Arts Center, Chatham, MA
2003-05    Wet Art Auction, Cahoon Museum of American Art, Cotiut, MA
2004    "21 in Truro" Truro Historical Museum, Truro, MA
2004    "21 in Truro"-Hogan Art Gallery, Orleans, MA
2005    "10th Anniversary Show", Snow Library, Orleans, MA
2005    "Cape Cod Show", Creative Art Center, Chatham, MA
2005    "For Pastels Only", Creative Art Center, Chatham, MA
2005    Leo Diehl Exhibition, Creative Art Center, Chatham, MA
2005    "21 in Truro", Cape Cod Museum of Art, Dennis, MA
   
   
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