Saturday, January 19, 2019

brian mains

The figures in Brian Mains’ paintings don’t have faces. That is, they do actually have faces, but the artist never lets us see them.

Carlson Hatton

His home reflects the artist’s philosophy that living and working spaces should be seamlessly integrated.

tom cramer

Like his artwork, Tom Cramer is a study in complexity and paradox.

alex couwenberg

Paintings created by Alex Couwenberg smudge the boundaries of modernist and post-modernist practice.

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.

lauren davies

The work of San Francisco artist Lauren Davies harks back to her childhood visits to Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Museums, old-fashioned emporia of art, natural history, and science.

Rebekah Bogard

The ceramic sculptor has turned her ethos on its ear to produce a sculptural installation that is more flora than fauna.

colin chillag

Colin Chillag understands what’s best left unpainted.

sara bright

In her beguiling new series of moveable frescoes, Los Angeles artist Sara Bright renders an abstract allusion to poetry.

Kirsten Everberg

The drips and pools of paint overlay and coalesce with one another to create images that are at once abstract and representational.

joanne lefrak

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

squeak carnwath

Repetition, in and of itself, is essential to the artist’s process...

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