Sunday, July 21, 2019

colin chillag

Colin Chillag understands what’s best left unpainted.

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.

Laura Ross-Paul:

January 2009

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.

Kelly Akashi

During last year's "Made in LA" Biennial at the Hammer Museum, Kelly Akashi's sculptures were given a prime spot in the museum's central courtyard;...

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.

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.

squeak carnwath

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

alex couwenberg

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

Rebekah Bogard

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

Holly Roberts

In her photo-painting hybrids Roberts synchronizes the abstract and imaginary with the literal and everyday.

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..."

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