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Teaching
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Awards
Publications
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Upcoming Shows:


New Variations in Contemporary Basketry  
December 2 2016 - January 14 2017

Opening December 2
Snyderman-Works Gallery 
Philadelphia, PA 

Snyderman-Works Galleries

BRUSH UP - Mobilia Spotlight Show
November - December, 2016
Opening December 10, 3-5pm
Mobilia Gallery
Cambridge, MA
www.mobilia-gallery.com



Permanent Collections:


BRIGHT MOMENTS 2014
U.S. Embassy Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, Africa
5 woven sculptures hanging in the conference room

Bright Moments
















Elizabeth and Don Whyte

This is a photo of my father, Don Whyte and myself with Scripto and Scripto II June 2008. Together we made a donation of Scripto to the Racine Art Museum (RAM) for their collection of fine basketry. RAM has an outstanding collection of fine craft and has two of my earlier works given by Dale and Doug Anderson in 2000. I made the smaller version called Scipto II for my father to have in his Racine home. I grew up in Racine and as a child my parents took me to Saturday art classes at the Charles A. Wustum Museum now know as RAM.

Teaching:

None scheduled


Lectures & Events:

None scheduled


Awards:

Recipient of Massachusetts Cultural Council 2009 Fellowship for Crafts

Elizabeth and State Rep Steve Kulik Elizabeth and her State Representative Stephen Kulik at the Cultural Council Fellowship Awards Ceremony, Massachusetts State House, Boston, November 19, 2009.

Publications:

"Painting in the Round", Patricia Malarcher, Surface Design Magazine, Winter 2012

 

Surface Design

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NBO 2011 Summer Newsletter, cover photo and article, NBO, 2011

 

Click to readFeatured Artist in the National Basketry Organization's Summer 2011 newsletter!

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To learn more about the National Basketry Organization click the link below.
www.nationalbasketry.org

500 Baskets, Lark Books, 2006

Baskets A Book for Makers and Collectors, Billy Ruth Sudduth, 1999


Reviews:

Art review: 'All Terrain Vehicle' and 'Bound' at James Gallery, Kurt Shaw, May 20, 2015, http://triblive.com/aande/museums/8393146-74/says-schulze-painting#axzz3aliazQFZ

Bound: Exhibition Review, http://www.treadingart.com/post/120031367055/exhibition-review-bound

Journeys: Elizabeth Whyte Schulze, solo show, Fiber Art Center FIBERARTS 2007, Nancy Moore Bess

"Artist implements basic methods, materials for her work", Gregory Morell, The Recorder, Greenfield, MA, February 12, 2004

"Getting More Fiber", Mary Thomas, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, Pittsburgh, PA, April 28, 2004

"'Crossings' In Time", Larry Parnass, Daily Hampshire Gazette, Northampton, MA, February 20, 2004

"New Forms in Fiber", Patricia Harris and David Lyon, Fiber Arts Magazine, Summer 2002

"Drawing on Lascaux", Rick Reiken, Daily Hampshire Gazette, Northampton, MA, October 1996

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