It's always fun to have Sara and Shane Scribner in the gallery. Married and working side by side, their technique and focus on the female figure is closely tied. However, their choice in how to approach the female figure is very different. Sara uses the female figure in a magic realism setting, evok... read full post »
posted on 11/8/2016
Dawson's larger than life birds fill the show rooms with personality and presence. Many of her pieces are making eye contact with the viewer, causing a one on one relationship that we humans rarely let ourselves encounter with these creatures. The result is a bit off-putting and comforting at the sa... read full post »
posted on 10/24/2016
Another packed Will Klemm show. He has had a busy year, producing dozens of new pieces focusing on everything from figurative to his ephemeral landscapes to detailed wave studies. This show definitely explores a new range for Klemm and pushes the viewer to expect more than just soft landscapes from... read full post »
posted on 9/13/2016
Large and impressive still lives from America make their debut in this show alongside her signature figurative works. Her sense of form as well as her confident gesture are incredibly successful on this scale. The pieces feel solid and timeless at the same time as free and contemporary. As always, s... read full post »
posted on 8/6/2016
Wow. What a response! Thanks to everyone for the great turnout. Diana's abstracts are calm and energetic, contemporary and timeless, fun and sophisticated. The layers upon layers of paint and other media show glimpses of a colorful world hinted at by their titles. This is definitely a show to see in... read full post »
posted on 7/11/2016
This show pairs two seemingly different artists and reveals a similarity in color study and technique. One compliments the other. Sarah's works emphasizes the color theory at work in James' pieces, and James' work emphasizes the steady hand of near perfection in Sarah's work. It's a surprising match... read full post »
posted on 6/8/2016
Puckett's show is filled with large, lush paintings that play with duality. His work explores how light and dark, positive and negative, high and low can exist in the same space. It's the same push and pull that his technique exhibits, layers and layers of paint fighting to find a resting place. The... read full post »
posted on 5/8/2016
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