Andrea Callard

Frogs at the Mountain Wall
1985

screen print
edition: 10
image: 15"h X 18"w
6 colors on Rives BFK
enlarge print

$400

Large frogs populated an abandoned swimming pool in the middle of the Art Awareness grounds in Lexington. In the lush valley, new weather moved swiftly between us and distant cows. Fifty artists of diverse disciplines produced an urban energy. Everyone seemed compelled to contemplate the decay of the pool. We were grateful that the town dammed the summer river to provide an exceptional swimming place.

Andrea Callard’s interdisciplinary cultural practice moves through fine art, communication media, education, and other areas of inquiry. Callard founded and directed Avocet in collaboration with Jolie Stahl. She received an Individual Artist Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts. Callard was an early leader and documentarian in the artists group COLAB. The Museum of the Chinese in America, the New Museum, the Whitney Museum, the New York Foundation for the Arts and many others have published or presented her work.