76t Waterfall, Lenore Tawney, linen, 36" x 17", 1975, $65,000
27t M. Ray, Lenore Tawney, collage, 16.5" x 16.5" x 1986, Call
21t Path II, Lenore Tawney, linen, 74" x 30", ca. 1965-66, Call
70t Book of Foot, Lenore Tawney, assemblage, 22.25" x 5.375" x 5.75", 1996, Call
5t Waterfall, Lenore Tawney, linen, 60" x 24", 1974, Call
Selected permanent collections and exhibition venues:
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York; Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York (Wall Hangings); Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois; Whitney Museum of Art, New York, New York; Stedlijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands; Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio; Renwick Gallery, National Museum of American Art, Washington, D.C.; Cooper Hewitt, National Design Museum, New York, New York; Milwaukee Art Museum, Wisconsin (Fiber R/Evolution); American Craft Museum, New York, New York (A Retrospective traveling exhibition); San Francisco Museum of Art, California; Philadelphia Museum of Art, Pennsylvania; Museum of Arts and Design, New York, New York; Musée Cantonal Beaux-Arts, Lausanne, Switzerland (International Biennials of Tapestry).
33t Bach, Lenore Tawney, collage, 12.5" x 11.5", 1967, Call
Creation is a defiance of ordinary verbal communication. Its origins lie in the ineffable part of one’s own being and are much closer to the silence of the universe, than to its noises and verbalizations. Art is always just beyond language. Each work seems to be called up from a bottomless chaos and despite the magic order it finds in the artist’s creation, retains always the memory of the original chaos to which it is destined to return. The man of deep insight knows that authentic life is not lived arbitrarily but is governed by a secret mesh of invisible images. From Scraps of Memory: Findings from Lenore Tawney's Notes: Poetry.