Tuesday, August 21, 2018

REPORT: San Francisco

The 1915 Panama - Pacific International Exposition, one hundred years later

lorraine peltz

Peltz translates her experiences as an artist, woman, mother, wife, and teacher, by way of isolating a single, personal image within a field of color and patterning.

BOOK REVIEWS: Spring Reading

Spring Reading

A Vibrant Summer of Color

Santa Fe art writer Jon Carver guides readers on a quick spin through the diverse spectrum of Northern New Mexico’s summer art openings and events.

east bay open studios: doors wide open

Many artists, galleries, nonprofit venues and arts organizations have helped keep the East Bay art scene vital and growing over the years.

Report: Santa Monica

The 18th Street Arts Center celebrates 25 years.

marie thibeault

Thibeault works on 10-15 pieces at once; the length of time spent on each work varies from as short as five days to "about a year, or until somebody takes it away from me."

william lewis

William Lewis has never been a painter in a hurry. In the eleven years since moving to Boise, Idaho he has quietly worked away in his studio, taking in his new surroundings,
and excavating a complex of vernacular, esoteric and fine art sources.

brian bress

Equally attracted to structure and unpredictability, Bress strategically employs both to create his unique works, which are at once strangely off-kilter and genially appealing.

daniel dove

Few painters wed representation and abstraction as astutely as Daniel Dove. His works depict cryptic landscapes-from decaying factories and urban streetscapes to eerie outdoor scenes-which often serve as backdrops for boldly abstract elements at their center.

joanne lefrak

When Joanne Lefrak was in the studio art program at Skidmore, she was infatuated with a few predictable art school obsessions.