Portrait of a Cornell Artist: Elsie Dinsmore Popkin, BFA'58
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Handler, Philip; Handler, Maddy
This video about pastel artist, Cornell alumna Elsie Dinsmore Popkin, BFA '58, is an entertaining narrative by the artist of her life while an art student at Cornell in the mid-1950's. This video has the artist describing how she creates her art, and shows her current work displayed in the NYC Uptown Gallery as well as her recent exhibition at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art created from the 5th floor of the Museum while looking up Lake Cayuga, as well as looking down upon the beautiful Cornell campus as the seasons changed. Created in 2003, on the occasion of her 45th Reunion, this video includes vintage photos from her years at Cornell, as well as recent video taken of Popkin creating her floral pastels in the Cornell Plantations.
Length of Video: 12 min.
Fly on the Wall Productions
Elsie Dinsmore Popkin; Pastel Artist; Cornell College of Architecture, Art, & Planning; Cornell Department of Art; Dragon Day; Cornell Plantations; Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art; Cornell Views through the Seasons exhibition; Cornell campus views; Cayuga Lake views; Cornell Plantations views; Cornell Class of 1958; NYC Uptown Gallery
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