Monthly Archives: November 2012

Jennifer Taylor

Since the start of the semester my work has become increasingly abstract, especially considering I had only done one abstract painting in the past. I have become increasingly interested in how form and colour work together, which is why I … Continue reading

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Patrick Nunziata

I cant pay attention for very long so I always find myself working on a new area of a painting before i realize I had actually moved spots. I have a lot of energy and I believe this is carried … Continue reading

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Nick Mauss “Answering a glance, glance up” at Indipendenza Studio, Rome

                            Nick Mauss works at the interstices between drawing, installation, and writing, as a way to generate a passage between mediums, affects, and technique.  While visually Mauss’ … Continue reading

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Merlin James at Kerlin

Images courtesy of Kerlin Gallery, Dublin and Merlin James. Press Release: ‘…James takes painting’s multiple and overlapping histories partly as his subject matter and partly as a point of departure. The paintings are stylistically promiscuous – it is hard to describe or … Continue reading

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James Kirkpatrick Artist Talk at Michael Gibson Gallery

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Hailey Edge VAS3310

Although I’ve been interested in the technical execution of painting for a majority of my life I have only recently began to become familiar with the formal art world and it’s common practices.  In the past two years I have … Continue reading

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Kerry James Marshall at Secession

        Press Release: “I am overwhelmed by White figure representations every time I go to a museum. It is almost universally understood that these images are the foundation of art in the western world.” Kerry James Marshall … Continue reading

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