In Memoriam

Cash Askew OS23, February 1994 – December 2016

12/02/16

It is with great sadness that we send news of a loss in the Oxbow alumni family: Cash Askew, OS23, passed away on December 2, 2016, a victim of the Ghost Ship fire in Oakland, CA.

Cash was a creative artist and critically acclaimed musician with the Bay Area band Them Are Us Too and was pursuing a BFA at the University of California at Santa Cruz.

In Memoriam

Jonathan Adkisson OS29, April 1996 - July 2016

07/15/16

It is with great sadness that we send news of a loss in the Oxbow alumni family: Jonathan Adkisson, OS29, passed away on July 15, 2016. We will remember JJ for his spirit, humor, and creativity.

JJ was pursuing a BFA in graphic design at CalArts and the Adkisson family has set up a scholarship fund to honor him.  The JJ Adkisson Memorial Scholarship Fund at CalArts is a merit based scholarship for exceptional young artists in the graphic design program.

 

In Memoriam

Retrospective - Paule Anglim, 1923 – 2015

04/02/15

It is with great sadness that we send news of Paule Anglim's passing on April 2, 2015 in San Francisco, she was a long time friend and supporter of The Oxbow School and of the arts. Anglim was the honoree at Oxbow's 2011 Annual Benefit Event.

Retropective - Paule Anglim (1923 - 2015) opened at the Gallery Paule Anglim  at 14 Geary Street in San Francisco, California on May 7, 2015 and runs through June 27, 2015.

Paule Anglim is a Trustee Emerita at San Francisco Art Institute and they will hold a memorial to honor her on Sunday May 31st.

"The staff and artist of Gallery Paule Anglim in San Francsico present "Retropective, an exhibition in tribute to Paule Anglim and her passionate commitment to artists. The memorial exhibition will bring together artworks from 5 decades of Paule Anglim's shows and public art projects." - Gallery Paule Anglim
Read full press release.



In Memoriam

Madison Wilbanks OS30, December 1996 - February 2015

02/01/15

It is with great sadness that we send news of a loss in the Oxbow alumni family: Madison Wilbanks, OS30, passed away at her home in Atlanta, GA of February 1st, 2015.

Madie was a senior at Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School in Atlanta, GA. She was accepted to New York University where she planned to study Photojournalism in the Fall. She was awarded a Gold Key in the 2015 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards in the category of Photography for her  piece "Virginia."

In Memoriam

Jennifer Bobrick OS22, September 1992 - February 2013

09/04/13

It is with great sadness that we send news of a loss in the Oxbow Alumni family: Jennifer Bobrick, OS22. We will remember Jennifer's joy at seeing what her Final Project drawings looked like when lit from behind on a light box. Jennifer found her voice here at Oxbow.

Jennifer was a sophomore at the University of New Mexico, studying art and psychology. She wanted to become an art therapist working with children. To share your memories go to the memorial page created by her parents Amy and John Bobrick and brother Eric James.

In Memoriam

Domonique Matlock OS19, January 1992 - November 2011

11/27/11

It is with great sadness that we send news of a loss in the Oxbow Alumni family: Domonique Matlock OS19 passed away on November 27, 2011 following a long illness.

A Message from Dominique's mother:
Domonique Monae was a true inspiration, she taught, she learned, she inspired but most of all she lived life, her life was cut short but she lives on through us. Her internship in India was the happiest time of her life!

Regina Matlock
For Dominiques story and to post a message to her family go to: http://domoniquemonae.tumblr.com/

In Memoriam

Ryan Humphries OS11, June 1988 - May 2011

05/29/11

It is with great sadness that we send news of the first loss in the Oxbow Alumni family: Ryan Humphries, OS11, sweet guy, gifted artist, and caretaker to many friends, died in his sleep on May 27th; he will be missed.

Ryan was a student at the California College of the Arts (CCA) with an Annie Glass Scholarship, making beautiful work; his drawings are simply incredible.

You can pay homage to this remarkable young man by visiting his website at www.ryanhumphries.com. You can share your personal thoughts with Ryans family at www.legacy.com.

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