|Yama, Sudzuki Shinjiro|
Born in Arizona. A multi-talented artist and musician who is best known for his use of Chicano cultural symbols. The painting included in this book was also featured on the cover of an album by his band, Jackalope.
Born in China, 1933. Now lives in New York City. A recent exhibition of Yang's work, "Long Island Golf Courses: Panoramic Photographs, 1991," was shown at the Vered Gallery, East Hampon, New York.
|Yeomans, Walter C.|
|Yoakum, Joseph E.||
"I tell you—There's few places I haven't been—of any size that is.
Beckford Young became associated with the American Abstract Artists after he returned from an extended stay in Europe. The son of a builder in Petaluma, California, Young learned carpentry at an early age, and while still in his teens, built a house on his own.
|Young, Brent Kee|
|Young, C. Jac|
|Young, Janet Todd||
The daughter of a Congregationalist minister and the oldest of four children, Janet Young was raised in Illinois.
|Young, Kenneth Victor|
Sculptor. Young was a native of Salt Lake City, Utah, and a grandson of the Mormon leader Brigham Young. He realistically sculpted working men, prizefighters and Native Americans and was founder of the American Water Color Society.
Purvis Young paints on scrap lumber and plywood that he scavenges from the streets and vacant lots of Overton, the historically black neighborhood where he lives in Miami, Florida, and whose long deterioration he has witnessed.