Friday, December 15, 2017

meridel rubenstein

“There are three things that have to be present for me to start a project-the body, war, and nature.”

Laura Ross-Paul:

January 2009

m. l. o

O’Neal’s intuitive, associative process produces works that combine abstract, ambiguous space with figurative elements suggestive of narrative.

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.

c. c. jones

In the serenity of the breathtaking Ojai valley, Cassandra C. Jones works in the solitude of a studio that stands next to her childhood home.

kimberly brooks

The paintings in “Technicolor Summer,” Kimberly Brooks’ latest solo show at Taylor de Cordoba, are shot through with vibrant bolts of color: jade, ultramarine and magenta course through the highlights and support the shadows in these paintings that feel like pages from a family album.

f. berrini

Everyone remembers the cracked, peeling roller-blind wall maps from high school that presented “The World” with such commanding clarity.

Juventino Aranda

When Juventino Aranda tells someone he went to art school at Eastern Washington University, he is usually met with the response, where is that?...

Roland Bernier

"Ideas can be re-used for a thousand variations supplying the framework for a whole body of work rather than just a single piece..."

colin chillag

Colin Chillag understands what’s best left unpainted.

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.

caleb duarte

In graduate school, Caleb Duarte was advised that his socially conscious artwork was “not art-schoolish”- that it was more appropriate for art centers than for galleries or museums.

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