Thursday, July 19, 2018

darren waterston

Waterston has created larger oil-on-wood panels on which animals slip in and out of substantiality, dissipating like specters even as the audience tries to hold them fast.

colin chillag

Colin Chillag understands what’s best left unpainted.

Geoffrey Todd Smith

Geoffrey Todd Smith currently teaches painting and drawing at the Northern Illinois University where he earned his MFA after doing his undergraduate studies at the Art Institute of Chicago

nguyen-duy

Pipo Nguyen-duy’s large-scale color photographs of solitary figures adrift in lush, sometimes ravaged landscapes evoke our post-9/11 anxieties without any overt images of the Twin Towers or other icons from that tragic day.

roland reiss

Abstract painting has had plenty of passionate, articulate champions over the years, but few have exercised as much material inventiveness as Roland Reiss.

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.

Enrique Martinez Celaya

For painter, sculptor, and erstwhile physicist Enrique Martinez Celaya, there’s no place like home. Mostly because until his recent return to Los Angeles, he’s never fully felt he had one.

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..."

thomas pathé

Thomas Pathé’s paintings strike an electric balance between the technological and the sublime.

james boulton

Painter James Boulton’s restless, irreverent abstractions are the product of a peripatetic life and wide-ranging artistic influences.

rex ray

If “he who dies with the best resume” is true, then Rex Ray has already won, and he’s only 51.

marion lane

Lane takes world events quite personally, and she was finishing paintings during the run-up to what looked like US military action in Syria.

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