Priscilla Robinson | Wonderous World

Inspired by transitions in nature, Robinson’s work is a meditation on movement and the evolution of patterns. Her choice of paper as material references time, culture, process and tradition as well as the evolution of human technology. She uses a wide array of fibers and papermaking styles to create hundreds of individual paper units that make up each piece, coming together in representation of nature’s dynamic and intricate vastness....   view video »

posted on 5/9/2024

   

Jen Garrido | Shapes That Listen

Each of Garrido’s compositions has an internal gravity that develops as she works. She draws out forms that tangle, touch, and overlap; that sit, lean and lay. She pays attention to shapes that climb or melt, slither or are filled with air; shaping ridges, platforms, grooves, and soft spaces w...   view video »

posted on 4/9/2024

   

Ian Shults | Common Drugs and the Fantasies They Produce | 2024

Taunting societal taboos with bold brushstrokes and sly editing skills, Shults’ figurative paintings are lusciously cinematic. Each piece is broken up by planes and layers of paint, causing an asymmetry that serves to break up the painting's space as well as the layers of time captured. Shults...   view video »

posted on 3/6/2024

   

Juan Luis Jardi 2024

A mix of magic realism with certain influences of Pop Art and surrealism, Jardi's figures and themes illustrate the contrast in our lives and the doubts we are faced with as humans. He strives for his work to provoke feelings: nostalgia, melancholy, loneliness and a sense of uneasiness as well as fe...   view video »

posted on 2/14/2024

   

Chloe Alexander 2024

Chloe Alexander is an Atlanta-based printmaker who works in various techniques to create multilayered, one-of-a-kind prints and drawings. Alexander obtained both her BFA and M. Ed. from Georgia State University. PrintAustin is an artist-led nonprofit organization working to showcase traditional and ...   view video »

posted on 1/10/2024

   

Sylvia Benitez 2023

In this show, Benitez expresses thoughts of closure as well as hope. The artist considers her landscapes metaphors—representations of mood, aided and influenced by the memory of the landscape....   view video »

posted on 12/6/2023

   

Malcolm Bucknall | The Other Thing Is

Bucknall’s absurdist surrealism muddles Old Masters with tid-bits of cartoons, films, home photography and many other fascinations to create his anthropomorphic creatures. Bucknall feels that our observation of animals, as with art, is from the outside. In them we see predator devour prey, lov...   view video »

posted on 11/7/2023

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