Annelise Jarvis Hansen

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    Annelise Jarvis Hansen

    Billedkunstner

    Priser og udmærkelser

    AWARDS – WORKING GRANTS -HONORS
    2006 Los Angeles Appointed Ambassador for Art Center College of Design-Art
    2001 USA Grant from CAA – College Art Association
    1999 Denmark Bikubens Artist Residency Korsør
    1996 Denmark Århus Women´s Museum KIK Archives-working grant
    1994 USA Virginia Center Creative Arts-Residency fellowship
    1991 Denmark Bikuben´s Artist Residency Arresø -fellowship
    1990 Denmark Toftlund´s Artist Residency
    1987 Denmark Vallekilde Højskole Artist Residency
    1989 Denmark Ministry of Culture-travel grant
    1983 Denmark Council for Humanities-travel grant
    1982 Denmark Ministry of Foreign Affairs DANIDA-travel grant
    1977-78 New York CETA Art Program Westchester-Community Artists

    PROFESSIONAL ART NETWORKING CO-ORDINATOR
    1998-07 New York NGO accredited to the United Nations, Executive Director of KIK
    1996 Denmark Women’s Museum, Art and Culture Co-coordinator for KIK
    1995 New York Secretariat for NGO-Forum
    1995 China Beijing NGO-UN 4th World Women’s Conference. GLOBAL ART NETWORKPresident of KIK-Kulturel Information & KoordinationWomen in Art & Culture, NGO Coordinator

    CONFERENCE SYMPOSIUM: PANELIST. CHAIR LECTURE:
    2002-07 New York UN-NGO Annual Conference -Art &Culture
    2001 Chicago CAA College Art Assoc. WCA -speaker International Network
    2000 New York CAA College Art Assoc. WCA -speaker International Network
    1999 USA Ft. Collins FATE-Foundation of Art, Theory and Education,
    1998 Stockholm UNESCO Conference – Power of Culture- speaker of panel
    1998 Toronto CAA College Art Assoc. speaker panel-Multicultural Identity
    1997 New York CAA College Art Assoc. WCA -speaker International Network
    1996 New York UN-NGO Annual Conference, chair panel Art &Culture
    1996 Boston WCA Women’s Caucus for the Arts on Views from Europe
    1995 Beijing UN-NGO 4th World Women Conference workshop-panel
    1994 Beijing Culture, Science & Technology Institute Conf. Art-Culture
    1993 New Haven Yale University- WCA –Women Caucus Art. Conference
    1992 Birmingham British Council Symposium for Women in Art-speaker
    1992 Berlin Int. Congress of History of Art
    1992 Madrid XII Congreso Internacional de Estetica
    1992 Amsterdam Int. Ass. Of Women Philosopher’s Conf.
    1992 India VII Int. Social Philosophy Conference women in philosophy
    1984 Toronto College Art Ass. & WCA´s Conference
    1983 Montreal World Conf. Philosophers & Women Philosophy.Society
    1982 Washington DC World Feminist Media Conference Art and Culture
    1981 Copenhagen Women’s Art Gallery Symposium with Danish Minister of Culture. Speaker on panel Women’s Art Today
    1980 Copenhagen NGO Mid-Decade Forum on Women, Head co-ordinator for Art and Culture program 2nd UN World Women Conference Founder of KIK Kultural Information and Koordination

    CHAIRWOMEN-BOARD MEMBER-CURATOR-TEACHER:
    1998-03 New York CAA College Art Assoc. board member of the International Committee
    1997-99 Denmark Danish Artists Assoc. BKF Board member Int´. Committee
    1980-97 New York KIK Kulturel Information & Koordination CopenhagenFounder President UN DPI Accredited NGO 1997
    1996-08 Denmark KKS Women’s Art Society Board member
    1981-82 Copenhagen Amager Art Association – Chairwomen
    1994-95 New York Curator: Unibank Art Gallery-Danish Consulate,
    1977-78 New York Curator: Scarsdale Library, Westchester Gallery,
    1977-93 Copenhagen Curator: Års Art Museum, Glyptotek Art Museum,Frederiksberg Townhall Galleries
    1984-92 Greece Curator: Crete, Folegandros
    1984-89 Italy Curator: Florence, Venice, Toscana, TEACHING: ART STUDIO COURSES FOUNDATIONS AND ADVANCED PAINTINGS
    1977-08 New York Visiting artist projects and Artist in Residency Art schools and colleges. Teach draughtsman ship inpainting and drawing, design, composition, color theory, Content and Western and non-western academic artprinciples. Human Rights, Global Ethics for a Cultureof Peace.
    1977-78 New York CETA-Comprehensive Employment and Training Act. Westchester’s Partners in the Arts program
    1984-92 Greece-Italy Summer Art Courses, Athens, Crete, Folegandros Rom, Venice, Toscana-Florence, Sienna, Pita.

    Uddannelse

    CURRICULUM VITAE:

    EDUCATION
    2006 Los Angeles Appointed Ambassador for Art Center College of Art,Pasadena
    2003/6 Denmark Royal Art Academy, Kunst Akademiets Efteruddannelse
    1980-84 Denmark University of Copenhagen,Art History and Philosophy
    1968-74 USA Art Center College of Design, Los Angeles California, USAStudied Fine Arts with professor Lorsor Feitelson Chair of Fine Arts Dept.www.feitelsonartsfoundation.com Studied figure painting with Harry Carmean. Fine Art teacher at Art Center, "Masters, Mentors and Metamorphosis" Fullerton College Art Museum, Fullerton, CA
    1966 Denmark Business College of Niels Brook, Copenhagen Business Diploma- Handels Eksamen.
    1962 Denmark High School Buddinge Skole, Søborg, Copenhagen

    Separate udstillinger

    Group-EXHIBITS
    2009 Denmark Gjets Huset, Frederiskværk
    2009 Denmark North Galleri, København
    2008 Denmark Roskilde Historiske Arkiv
    2008 Germany Museum Bad Berleburg
    2008 Copenhagen Helligånd Huset ArtCirklen.dk
    2007 Armenien Modern Art Gallery of Yerevan LELA art association
    2007 Jordan City Hall, Amman - Global Collection of Art -WOW
    2006 Copenhagen Art Gallery Portalen, Køge Art Society KKS 90 year anniversary show
    2006 Los Angeles Astro Museum and Modern Art Gallery-group show LELA
    2006 Chicago Cultural Centre, Global Collection of Art -WOW
    2005 Køge Rådhus, group Show,ArtCirklen.dk
    2004 Iceland Akureyri Museum, Global Collection of Art.WOW
    2003 Alabama Mobile Museum, Global Collection of Art,WOW
    2003 San Francisco Int. Museum of Women
    2002 Salzburg Kunstmesse, Contemporary Art Fair,Gallery Bells&Fillies
    2002 Alabama Mobile Museum,Global Collection of Art,WOW
    2002 Alexandria Alexandria Museum
    2001 Arizona Tucson Museum
    2001 New York Grand Central Station Group Show of Sept.11 Ground Zero
    2001 Copenhagen Solo Exhibit – Sept.11 Ground Zero “I was there”
    2000 Michigan Flint Institute
    2000 Stockholm Global Collection Volvo
    2000 New York White Columns Gallery A Global Collection of Art
    1999 Copenhagen Abstract Art Exhibit, Atelier Artemis
    1998 Copenhagen Art and Human Right
    1997 Copenhagen Art and Agenda 21 Town hall, Lyngby
    1995 Arizona Internet: World Women on Line, Arizona State Univ.wwol.inre.asu.edu
    1995 China-Beijing NGO-UN 4th World Conference Women-MiniArt Show
    1994 Los Angeles Gallery Mythos, Juried Multimedia Show
    1993 New Haven WCA -Women Caucus for Art,Yale University
    1991 Copenhagen Nikolaj Museum, KKS 75 year Anniversary
    1990 Copenhagen Gallery Old Beach Abstract Exhibi
    1988 Denmark Aarhus Town hall,Art Now
    1988 Copenhagen The Newhausen Award Competition Juried Exhibit
    1987 Denmark Aalborg Art hall, Exhibition, New Art
    1987 Washington DC Natioanl Museum for Women in the Arts-Postcard-Art
    1987 Denmark Artists Society, Køge Town Hall
    1986 Denmark KKS Women Artists Association
    1985 Greece Folegandros LibraryAbstract Landscape1
    983 Denmark Dronninglund Artcenter, N.Jutland,Figurative Art
    1982 Denmark Amager Art Society, Figurative at Taarnby Hall
    1982 Copenhagen Womens Art Gallery, Nude Figure Art Exhibit
    1981 Copenhagen Ringkøbing Town hall Figurative Art Show
    1981 Denmark Års Art Museum Himmerland Figurative Art Show
    1981 Copenhagen Frederiksberg Town hall
    1981 Denmark Aalborg Husets Galleri, Jutland
    1980 Copenhagen Glyptotek Museum, World Art Slide Show
    1979 New York WOMENSART Galleries
    1979 Los Angeles Society of Art Center Alumni Exhibition
    1978 New York Westchester County Courthouse,Public Artists
    1978 Bologna International Fair of Contemporary Art
    1978 Las Vegas International Fine Art Exhibit
    1976 New York CAPS, Creative Artists Public Service
    1976 Los Angeles Society of Art Center Alumni Exhibition
    1976 New York Westchester Art Society, White Plains
    1975 Paris Des Arts Graphiques-Paris City Council
    1975 Atlanta Festival of Women in the Arts, City Hall
    1975 Los Angeles Los Angeles Art Association-Interiors with figures Show
    1975 New York Madison Ave. Gallerie Internationale,International Artists
    1975 Los Angeles LA Art Association - Artists-Self-Portraits

    MURALS selected
    1994 Denmark School of Hareløse, Hillerød
    1986 Greece Folegandros Island , Library
    1979-84 Denmark Hospitals: County Hospitals:Haderslev, Viborg, Fuglebakken
    1979-81 Denmark Community Centers: Herlev
    1978-79 New York Scarsdale Police Station
    Art Review
    by Lorser Feitelson , Artprofessor Art Center College of Design, Chair of Fine Art Dept, Los Angeles www.feitelsonartsfoundation.com
    Annelise Jarvis Hansen´s art is deeply rooted in Nordic metaphysical values."Inner vision", she informs us, is the source of her subjectivity.
    Her creativity is compatibly assisted by her scholarship in historic and avant-garde art concepts of both "formalism" and "beyond formalism".
    Annelise is especially involved in the very interesting and complex problems of attaining a condition of "coexistence" of apparently antagonistic forcesof harmony and discord within the framework of a single canvas; herIngeniously structured dualistic tension" becomes a new kind of aestheticexperience.
    Her introspective world is represented pluralistically: at times throughobjective reality, at times through symbolic abstractions, which evoke poetic,Enigmatic states of mind and existential equivalent.
    Annelise´s art excellently Represents the very interesting contemporary tendency towards creating anambiguous art that is simultaneously ideational and sensate.

    Art ReviewArt Review by Sys Hartman, Chief Editor, Weilbach Danish Art Encyclopedia.
    Annelise Jarvis Hansen’s art can be divided in two categories: works with the nude figureon abstract background and works of pure abstract character. Common for both is the interest for the line and curve and elements of action versus contra-action. There is a constant playbetween the opposites - energies which flow between life and death, positive and negative –with the intention to reach a balance point.
    Annnelise´s nude figurative work, is composed naturalistic and in an abstract atmosphere ofwaving curves, rhythm and lines. She focuses on the human mind, emotions and soul, which mirrors in the abstract forms and which are brought in a timeless world. Annelise strive to obtain that mentality, emotionality, sexuality and spirituality coexist in a harmonious whole of self-consciousness, cleaned from social, political, cultural and religious ties. Yin and Yang plays a role for her, as well as compositions forms from Botticelli, Michelangelo and Rembrandt.Annelise´s pure abstract artwork is influenced by Lorser Feitelson´s "curvilinear hardedge abstraction"with their effort to obtain an interaction between space and the concrete forms.

    Andet

    Roskilde Lokalhistoriske Arkiv Nov. 2008
    Anne Lise Jarvis-Hansen udstiller sit portræt af Anne Marie Carl Nielsen i anledning af udgivelsen af bogen "Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen og Hestene," af Birgit Kirkegaard.
    Roskilde Lokalhistoriske Arkiv,Efterårsudstillingen af Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen og Roskilde November 2008.
    Mit portræt af Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen.
    ”At portrættere et andet menneske,siger lige så meget om en selv som den man portrætterer”, og det man har tilfælles, er for mig det mest naturlige at gengive i form og farve.
    Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen og jeg har vor kultur arv af den klassiske kunst tilfælles, både i det historiske indhold og i formens naturalistiske akademiske komposition med rødder i oldgræsk kunst.
    Jeg valgte at bruge billedhugger Helen Schous ord, om hendes rytterstatue af kong Chr. d. X, ”Skal man portrættere kongen, skal det være fra hans manddoms år, med idealismen om en kongen.”
    (Helen Schou var elev af Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen).
    Jeg valgte at portrættere Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen i hendes ”kvinde-doms-år” fuld figur stående under en Triumfbue, med gengivelse at hendes livs kunst-værker. Min hyldest til den eneste kvindelige billehugger i verden, som har udført 3 rytterstatuer i sin levetid, samt en mængde andre store værker, og hun var rollemodel for kvindelige kunstner for 100år siden i 1908, da de endeligt fik adgang til Kunstakademiet fra 1754.
    Kompositionen er bygget op i både 3d og 2d, fordi AMCN er billehugger og 2d fordi jeg er maler og maleriet har 2dimemsioner, og i hendes samtid nedbrydes maleriets 3d illusion om rummets virkelighed da Edouard Manet (1832-1883) sagde, at maleriet er kun maling på lærred, ikke gengivelse af virkeligheden, senere sagde René Magritte (1898-1967) det samme, at ”Ceci nést pas une pipe” – dette er ikke en pibe om hans maleri af en pibe. Dette er ikke Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen, men en hyldest til hende i form og farve.
    Jeg elsker ”the locked-in komposition” af Lorenzo Ghiberti s (1378-1455)” bronze døre i Firenze med gentagelser af, det vertikale og det horisontale, og som jeg har brugt med et par enkelte diagonale liner og to øjenhøjder og bare en lille smule idealisme fra Cézanne og Kubismen. Dog med 1-2-3 og 4 ”readings” hvor alt ikke ses i samme fokus, (som i min samtids-kunst superrealismen), men som er en rytmisk oplevelse.

    Farven
    Farven er hvid marmor, som Jean-Auguste-Deminique Ingres (1780-1867) malede i hans værk af ”the reclining nude ”Odalisque in Grisailles” kun i hvidt og gyldne gråtoner. Han døde da AMCN var 3år, og senere i hendes kunstnerliv beundrede hun hans værker, som jeg selv gør, for hans klare linier og skulpturelle former.
    Mit portræt af AMCN skulle males som skulptur, da jeg ikke har evner til at hugge det i marmor. AMCN sagde til hendes datter ” i skulpturen er der ingen farver som stjæler formen, lyset og skyggerne giver formen”. Dog - da jeg er kolorist og elsker den blå farve, så kom med som baggrundsfarven, og den Portræt af Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen af Annelise Jarvis-Hansen
    gule farve til hendes gyldne hår, og den røde farve til stenen hesten som Pegasus står på. For at få maleriets 3 grundfarver med.
    Det Narrative
    Figuren af AMCN malede jeg efter fotografiet af hende på Akropolis museet i 1903, stående ved siden af
    sin gips figur af Paros, som hun havde lagt sin hånd på, Paros erstattede jeg med bysten af Carl hun lavede i 1912. Hånden på Carls baghoved, symbolisere hendes kærlighed til Carl, hun syntes det var det fineste ved Carl og det folk så, når han dirigerede i det Kgl. Teater.
    Ideen til, at AMCN skulle stå ved siden af bysten af sin mand, fik jeg da jeg så Rembrandts maleri af Aristoteles og Homer på Metropolitan Museet i New York. Rembrandt havde malet Aristoteles i datidens klædedragt 1653 med hans venstre hånd på bysten af den blinde Homer, symbolikken var, at Aristoteles stod for den filosofiske visdom og Homer for den poetiske visdom. Aristoteles havde en æres kæde over skulderen, AMCN havde et flot græsk bælte om livet, klædt i sin hvide billedhugger kjortel, ligesom Thorvaldsen og Bissen, hvis atelier hun senere fik. I min fortolkning kærtegner hun Carl for deres gensidigt kærlighed og beundrede af hinandens kunstneriske talent og succes.
    Den venstre side af ”Triumfbuen” hun står under, symboliserer Naturalisme, hendes værker af: Kong Chr. d. IX, Fiskerstatuen i Skagen, Hesten Høvding, de Faldne Danske Soldater fra 1914-18, Niels Skovgaard, og Fløjtespilleren.
    Den højre side symbolisere Idealisme, hendes værker af: Dronning Margrethe d. I,Dronning Dagmar,Egill Skallagrimsson, Kentauren, Mattæus Ribe Domkirke, og den Lille Pige med Svovlstikkerne.
    Den øverste del symboliserer familien, hendes værker af: datteren Emily, sønnen Hans Børge, husholdersken Maren og datteren Anne Marie.
    Den nederste del symbolisere den kunstneriske poetiske inspiration, i form af den oldgræske bevinget hest Pegasus, som AMCN, står på, og som hun skabte som monument for hendes mand komponisten Carl Nielsen.
    Min viden om AMCN har jeg fået ved at læse bøger om hende og set hendes værker. Og udvælge det vi har til fælles om kunsten og livet til et portræt af vor fælles kulturarv og en dyb beundring og hyldest til vore store Kunstner Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen.
    Annelise Jarvis Hansen, Februar 2007




    Arbejdsområder
    • Udsmykningopgaver
    • Farvesætningopgaver
    • Kunstneriske konsulentopgaver
    • Illustrationsopgaver
    • Portrætopgaver
    • Foredragsvirksomhed
    • Kunstprojekter i samarbejde med virksomhed
    • Undervisning
    • Kunstforeningsudstillinger
    Udtryksformer
    • Grafik
    • Maleri
    • Skulptur
    • Tegning
    • Installation
    • Video
    Teknik
    • Collage
    Materialer
    • Små skulpturer
    Motiv
    • Menneskeskildring
    • Naturalisme
    • Realisme
    • Non-figurativt
    nude in blue 2013
    2 nude in blue 2013
    Nude
    jeanette
    rebirth1978
    Pselfportrait
    A.Kartharsis - www.AnneliseArtstudio.com
    B.Europa www.AnneliseArtstudio.com
    C.Nemisis www.AnneliseArtstudio.com
    D.Mimesis www.AnneliseArtstudio.com
    E.Andy - www.AnneliseArtstudio.com
    F.Awareness - www.AnneliseArtstudio.com
    G.Lise g Jeppe - www.AnneliseArtstudio.com
    H.Lilith - www.AnneliseArtstudio.com
    Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen, www.AnneliseArtstudio.com
    Gul Figurativ Abstrakt. www.AnneliseArtstudio.com
    Blå Figurative Abstrakt, www.AnneliseArtstudio.com
    Gul-Blå Figurative Abstrakt, www.AnneliseArtstucio.com
    Blå-Rød Figurative Abstrakt, www.AnneliseArtstucio.com
    Rød Figurativ Abstrakt, www.AnneliseArtstudio.com