In the 1960’s Inez Explored geometric abstraction with her series on boats.
Inez’s love of nature began as a child and grew through the years. It influenced her artwork throughout her life.
After teaching art for nine years, Inez marries and her career takes a new direction.
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In the mid 1950’s Inez reached age 30, and she left NYC to move back to the Capitaland Region of upstate New York, this time for good. She was employed as a junior high school art teacher in the Troy, NY school district. From the late 1950’s and through the 1960’s, Inez dabbled in theContinue reading “Ceramics and Sculpture Arts”
Inez dabbled in metal and jewelry making in the 1950’s. She was influenced by the new art movement of the times: abstract expressionism.
A years work as a seamstress for a professional theater in NYC taught Inez garment construction and she continued to develop her eye for detail.
Tribute Blog post #5. An accomplished painter and nature lover, Carrie E. Clute influenced Inez’s career path and style of painting.
In the late 1940’s, Inez moved back to Manhattan. She worked in an advertising firm, as well as started her own greeting card business. At the time, she was known as Inez Parker, and her company was “Parker Studios”. Her entrepreneurial spirit would be tapped again later in her career, with both a mail orderContinue reading “Greeting Card Business”
It’s incredible to feel a connection to those who came before us. We have the opportunity to reach out to those who have yet been born and provide them with a deep connection back to us.