Welcome, all, to the third year of the Schuyler Art Website; we have just had our first inquiry from a person who has a painting by Ted Schuyler that they are interested in selling. Needless to say, this has never been envisioned as a sales site, only informational. However, if anyone has any ideas to share about the possibilities, let us know.
5/15/2010 02:55:56 pm
7/12/2010 07:06:55 am
I lived in New Mexico for many years and was given 3 etchings by Lee Clarke Schuyler. One is of a pine tree dated 1990, one is titled "dogwood and Maple" dated 1992 and the third is titled "tent rocks" and dated 1992. They all hang in my house here in Naples Florida and I love them. I was very pleased to discover this website to learn more about Lee Clarke Schuyler. Thank You Dusty Holmes
7/16/2010 03:53:23 am
It sas great hearing from Dusty Holmes. I'm wondering who gifted him with Lee's etchings, since I can't make the connection, but what a delight!
Nancy Peters Grimmenga
11/26/2011 09:31:37 am
My grandfather, Lee Hoyt Schuyler, was one of Uncle Ted's older brothers. I remember visiting him with my family and seeing the religious paintings in progress that he did for the 2nd Presbyterian Church when I was a child. My mother Ruth (90) still has the letter he wrote to her on the occasion of my birth - his beautiful writing was a work of art in itself. I remember seeing the mural on the wall in Old Town probably 50 years ago, and I'm so happy to learn that it was restored. I grew up seeing the portraits of my parents every day that were posted by my niece Juli in your New Additions. Mom recently got a lap-top and is on-line now, so I'll refer her to this site. Blessings to all my distant relatives. Nancy Peters Grimmenga
6/10/2012 05:06:52 pm
This message is to Noelle. Noelle, I am sitting at home in Los Angeles, and a thought of you came across my mind. We were classmates at Stronghurst and I also think we went to the same Presbyterian Church. I googled your name and up came this wonderful site containing all this great art. Your dad had me pose for one of art classes once. I just want to say "Hi, I remember you, and wish you well." Feel free to correspond if you wish
Trudie Schuyler Barreras
6/10/2012 09:18:57 pm
Hi, Dennis. You really go "way back" with us in the Schuyler family. I'm sorry to have to tell you that Noelle was killed in a fall from horseback in November of 1992. He two daughters, Christie and Diana, are still very much with us - Christie still lives in New Mexico in the Belen area, and Diana is here in Georgia and the mother of a charming daughter and a cute son, so Noelle has posthumous grandchildren. If you want more information, though, I'll need an address. The blog format doesn't lend itself to long conversations.
Paul and Martha Pinckney (formerly Patton)
1/29/2013 06:09:41 am
Just came upon the Ted site - great to read about family and to see Schuyler art. We have been gifted several (9 by Ted and 1 by Lee) watercolors that grace the walls of our home. included is a portrait of Gene Patton, painted by Ted on the roof of the YMCA in ABQ. Martha and Trudy were friends while living in Gallup in the 1950's, and remained so after Schuylers moved to ABQ.
Trudie Schuyler Barreras
1/29/2013 06:47:05 am
Hi, Martha and Paul, Great to hear from you, and glad you found the website. Actually, Martha, our friendship predates the 50's; we'd moved back to ABQ at the end of WWII, though I remember at least one trip on the train back to Gallup to visit with you. If you'd like to have any of your Schuyler paintings included on the website, and can get a good digital photo, send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org, with pertinent info such as you see on the other posts, and I'll be delighted to include it.
9/2/2013 10:52:07 am
I have two watercolors by Ted Shuyler i wanted to know how much they are worth if someone can tell me I would send a picture of each.
9/2/2013 11:46:08 am
Hi, Kamilla. This guestbook isn't really working well. It is supposed to give me your e-mail, and so I can communicate directly, but that has stopped happening. As mentioned in the note above, my e-mail address is email@example.com. In any event, I can only give you an estimate of possible value of Schuyler watercolors based on prices of similar works in galleries. Generally the issue will be whether or not someone wants to acquire a specific work by a particular artist. I'd be glad to see the paintings you mention, and the digital photos can be sent to the e-mail address I just posted.
12/20/2015 02:20:44 pm
Here is my email
12/20/2015 02:34:53 pm
Sorry, Kamilla - the e-mail address still did not come through. If you'll e-mail me direct at firstname.lastname@example.org, I can respond.
3/5/2017 05:21:17 am
I would be interested in selling my 2 ted shuylers
Sally Cline Cleland
7/3/2014 12:48:05 pm
7/3/2014 10:35:24 pm
Hi, Sally - it's great hearing from you. I'm not surprised at Ted's generosity. I'm feeling the same way now; I'd much rather have paintings/sketches being enjoyed than sitting in a portfolio. That's why I do the "pet portraits". I know I had a scholarship and a job to try to "make it" at NMHU, and later worked when I moved back to Albuquerque to complete my college...but even though it was much less expensive then, I'm sure you mom's contribution really helped. Thanks from me!
7/10/2014 08:43:14 am
Sally, I think I may have finally "put it all together". Was your mother the Chemistry Department secretary? In which case, what she provided for me was the fees to pledge to Delta Zeta Sorority. What confused me was that I knew I had a scholarship the one year I attended HU, and was working to cover room and board, but I would not have been able to afford the Sorority without that help.
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