America Martin 2019 | Virtual Tour

America's 7th solo show at the gallery includes sculpture for the first time. The steel pieces are a nice complement to her large canvas works, exhibiting the artists masterful line in three dimensions. Line is also king (or queen) in her black and white still life works on paper. America is able to brilliantly capture joy and life with her practiced hand....   read full post »

posted on 8/6/2019

   

Miscellanea: Still Lifes by Karaus, Kiche and Smith | Virtual Tour

This show includes three stlll life artists, each with a different technique. It is fascinating to see how objects can be recognizably rendered in seperate ways. The looseness of MaryBeth Karaus' brushwork next to the unbelievabel tightness of James Andrew Smith's work brings forward how technique c...   read full post »

posted on 7/5/2019

   

Patrick Puckett | 2019 Virtual Tour

Puckett's new body of work skillfully layers color and composition to create depth on a two-dimensional plane. An intersection of lines or two colors laid side by side seem to vibrate and stretch space. The eyes of his subjects extend their gazes off the canvas straight to the viewer. Their undeniab...   read full post »

posted on 6/4/2019

   

Diana Greenberg 2019 Virtual Tour

Her fifth show at the gallery, Diana Greenberg has created botanical inspired abstracts in addition to her well-known compositions that excel in balance, mark-making and layering. The spirit of her work is one of energy, positivity and reflection....   read full post »

posted on 5/10/2019

   

Mallory Page: A Ponderous Weight - Virtual Tour

This exhibition features a new body of large-scale, abstract works and is the second installation of Page’s several part series, A Ponderous Weight, an interpretation of Kate Chopin’s The Awakening. In the gallery's front room, a site specific installation, Initiation Room, interweaves c...   read full post »

posted on 4/7/2019

   

Elizabeth Chapin Virtual Tour 2019

A collection of vivid, three-dimensional work with an array of textures. Each piece demands a long look, a second look, a deep contemplation. Chapin is exploring her relationship to beauty and the South, the viewer in turn explores a relationship with themselves. What do I value? What do I worship? ...   read full post »

posted on 3/3/2019

   

Ian Shults: You Should Smile, Darlin - Virtual Tour

In his most ambitious work to date, Shults challenges himself and the viewer to examine objectivity and the male gaze....   read full post »

posted on 2/4/2019

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