Two works by Radakovich—a cocktail ring and a futuristic door—were on view in Crafting Modernism. And you can still see work by her husband, Svetozar. His Bird Form, from the Gallery’s permanent collection, is currently on view in the Folk and American Decorative Arts Gallery. You may also have seen one of his paintings, a prize winner in the 1956 Rochester-Finger Lakes Exhibition. Seascape—Dubrovnik was on view last summer in conjunction with the 63rd Finger Lakes.
While in Rochester, both Radakoviches taught in the Gallery’s Creative Workshop; in the undated archive photo above, Ruth (standing) is shown with Workshop students.
In 1959, the couple left Rochester with their two daughters and settled north of San Diego, California. Ruth died in 1975, Svetozar in 1998.
- November 2012: Changing Hands Collection Connections
- August 2012: Louis Comfort Tiffany and his Contemporaries
- February 2012: Crafting Modernism Opening Party
- January 2012: Extreme Materials 2 Soap Sculpture Comes Down
- November 2011: Extreme Materials 2 Family Day
- October 2011: Artists on Site for Extreme Materials 2
- June 2011: Ashbery & Friends
- Spring 2011: Fiberart International Collection Connections
- May 2011: Fiberart International Opening
- January 2011: Wine and Spirit Collection Connections
- October 2010: Psychedelic Opening Party
- August 2010: Exhibition Explores Relationship of Visionary Artists Claude Bragdon and Fritz Trautmann
- October 2009: Installing Paint Made Flesh
- February 2009: Lincoln in Rochester Celebrates Abraham Lincoln’s 200th Anniversary
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