This exhibition includes the work of familial artists—couples, parents and children, or siblings—drawn primarily from RAM’s collection. All in the Family investigates the creative process. How is creativity shaped? What similarities might exist generationally, as visible through works of art? How are artists influenced, especially at home or in shared environments?
All in the Family features a concentration of collaborative ceramic work borrowed from emerging artists, twin brothers Kelly and Kyle Phelps.
Artists in the Exhibition
Mark Adams and Beth Van Hoesen, Bonnie Bishoff and J.M. Syron, Nancy Ekholm Burkert and Robert W. Burkert, Tom Coleman and Elaine Coleman, Warrington Colescott and Frances Myers, Dan Dailey and Linda MacNeil, Carol Eckert and Tom Eckert, Benjamin Edols and Kathy Elliott, Ruth Grotenrath and Schomer Lichtner, Otto Heino and Vivika Heino, Margaret Ponce Israel and Marvin Israel, Joey Kirkpatrick and Flora Mace, Ken Loeber and Dona Look (Also work collaboratively), Richard Mafong, Jon Eric Riis, Johanna Nitzke Marquis and Richard Marquis, Edward Moulthrop, Matt Moulthrop, Philip Edward, Gertrud Natzler and Otto Natzler, Gladys Nilsson, Jim Nutt, Kelly and Kyle Phelps, Tom Rauschke and Kaaren Wiiken, Ed Rossbach, Katherine Westphal, Mary Scheier and Edwin Scheier, John Shimon and Julie Lindemann, Robert Sperry, Patti Warashina, Anthony C. Stoeveken, Christel-Anthony Tucholke, Cynthia Toops and Dan Adams, Peter Voulkos and Pier Voulkos, Roberta Williamson and David Williamson