Wednesday, July 26, 2017

gerry snyder

Santa Fe-based painter Gerry Snyder is known, among his select and supportive base, for his mysterious paintings of bulbous, biomorphic figures of indeterminate gender, species or race, that float and lounge in what resemble Old Master landscapes.

REPORT: San Francisco

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

Critic’s Picks: Houston

Upcoming Fall Shows in Houston

REPORT: San Francisco

Modern and contemporary fiber arts are casting a wide web in the Bay Area.

iva gueorguieva

Artist Iva Gueorguieva arrived in the US as a teenager 26 years ago, somewhat accidentally.

REPORT: Los Angeles

The 30th anniversary of LA’s Olympic freeway murals sparks renewed appreciation.

wm. swanson

William Swanson’s coolly compelling, rigorous-yet-playful paintings depict conglomerations of human artifice and natural landscape, which seem to have been put into a blender and electrified.

joanne lefrak

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

justin gibbens

“I’ve been drawing since I could hold a pencil,” says contemporary wildlife artist Justin Gibbens, a 2006 recipient of a Pollock Krasner Foundation Award and a 2007 Artist Trust GAP award.

SPOTLIGHT: Carmel & Monterey

The history of Monterey's thriving scenic colony goes back to the 19th century.

Esther Pearl Watson

The artist recasts her childhood in a naïve style that evokes American “primitive” folk art and the camp of ’50s sci-fi space odysseys.