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Serigraph entitled "Duck" by Anita Gronendahl

Serigraph entitled "Duck" by Anita Gronendahl


Serigraph entitled "Duck" by Anita Gronendahl. Singed in pencil on recto: "Anita Gronendahl". The print is titled in pencil: "Duck" and is number 12 of 48 prints in the suite, written in pencil: "12/48". Because these silkscreen prints are handprinted by the artist, they are limited in number (in this instance to 48). For collectors of local artists, this Gronendahl print would be a nice addition.


Anita Gronendahl (American, 1941-1994) worked primarily making serigraphic (or silkscreen) prints.  Her screenprints, like "Duck," show a simplicity of design, strong structure, and good control. Gronendahl worked and exhibited her artwork in her gallery, a converted eighteenth-century barn near Doylestown, PA.


She trained at The Philadelphia Museum College of Art (University of the Arts). Gronendahl opened the Barn Studio Gallery in Plumstead Township in 1976. She lived on Landis Road in Doylestown at the time of her death in 1994. Gronendahl judged area art shows, served as president of the Doylestown Arts League, and was a member of the Upstairs Gallery in Lahaska.


Major Group Exhibitions: Woodmere Art Gallery Open Exhibition, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1973; Yardley Art Association Open Exhibition, Yardley, Pennsylvania, 1974-1980; Phillips Mill Exhibition, New Hope, Pennsylvania, 1974-1980; Doylestown Art League, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, 1975-1980; Art Alliance of Philadelphia, Bicentennial Print Show, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1976; Rittenhouse Square Fine Arts Annual, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, from 1985; Five Noted Women Artists, Coryell Gallery, Lambertville, New Jersey, 1992; and Coryell Gallery Fall Exhibition (memorial tribute), Lambertville, New Jersey 1994.


Major Collections: Gronendahl's work is represented in several corporate collections including General Motors Corp., AT&T, and IBM; Lower Southampton Library, Southampton, Pennsylvania; Huntingdon Valley Library, Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania; Churchville Nature Center, Churchville, Pennsylvania; Friends School, Newtown, Pennsylvania.


Awards: Gronendahl won over 100 awards, including: First Prize (Overall exhibit) Huntingdon Valley Library Exhibit, 1976; FirstPrize (watercolor) Deep Run Festival of the Arts, 1976; First Prize (watercolor) Willow Grove Outdoor Show, 1976; Ralph Coleman Prize for Illustration, 1976; G. Allen Smith Print Prize, 1978; Woodmere Art Gallery Print Prize, 1980; First (graphics) Yardley Art Association,open juried show, 1977, 1980; First (graphics) Doylestown Art League, 1977, 1980; Alice McFadden Byre Prize for Best Print in Show, 61st Annual Philadelphia Watercolor Club; Certificate of Merit for Graphics, 83rd Annual Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, New York, 1979. 





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