Monday, July 25, 2011
I Feel Love
2 lovely people I know were married yesterday. They've been in love for as long as I've known them, 15 years or so and the state finally recognizes that their love is just like any other couple's love. Love is nothing to be afraid of...it's ....lovely
Here's the official wedding notice from the NY Times
Patricia Anne Cronin and Deborah Anne Kass, both artists, are to be married Sunday at the Marriage Bureau in Manhattan.
Ms. Cronin (right), 48, is an artist whose work is in the collections of the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington and the Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow, and was shown in 2009 at the Brooklyn Museum.
Ms. Cronin is also a professor of art at Brooklyn College. She graduated from Rhode Island College and received a Master of Fine Arts degree in painting from Brooklyn College. She did additional study at the Yale Summer School of Art and Music and the Skowhegan School of Art. She is a director of the Civitella Ranieri Foundation, an organization in Manhattan that provides residencies in Umbertide, Italy, for artists, writers and musicians.
She is a daughter of Anne Belluche Cronin of North Providence, R.I., and the late John W. Cronin. Her mother retired as a third-grade teacher at St. Augustine School, a parochial elementary and middle school in Providence, R.I. Her father was the procurement officer for the Narragansett Bay Commission, which provides wastewater treatment in Providence.
Ms. Kass, 59, is represented by the Paul Kasmin Gallery and by Vincent Fremont in Manhattan, and her work is in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Jewish Museum, all in Manhattan. She is also a senior critic in the Master of Fine Arts Painting Program at Yale.
Ms. Kass is a fellow of the Cue Art Foundation, a Manhattan organization that shows the work of under-recognized visual artists and also provides professional development and education. She graduated from Carnegie Mellon University.
She is a daughter of the late Selma Kaufax Kass Silverman and the late Dr. Saul Kass, who lived in Rockville Centre, N.Y. Her father was a dentist in private practice in Wyandanch, N.Y. Her mother was a substitute teacher in the Rockville Centre public schools.