Located in a charming 2-story carriage house behind the Keefe’s house on a quiet residential street, the space was light-filled and welcoming on a recent Sunday afternoon when I visited to see the two person exhibit of works by Anne Canfield and Gary Petersen.Read More
Although the theme is hardly predominant, Johnson’s work clearly touches upon the political history of African-Americans in this country. The work includes poignant scenes of death and despair in the African-American community, and suggestions of the oppression that the community has been subjected to.Read More
He wants students to enjoy how paint is applied to canvas, not worry about color theory. But in his own way, he is teaching color theory through feelings and sight.Read More
The color combinations of these works create an illusion of depth, opacity, and even motion: the orbs seem to pulse.Read More
The centerpiece of the show is Goodman’s “Untitled,” reproduced here. This to me is Goodman at his finest: the brilliant contrast of light, color, and darkness, the ambiguity of direction, the mysterious, luminescent, transformative power of the cylindrical object that dominates the canvas.Read More
Each year, Pagus puts on an annual exhibition of the work of the artists in the NAB. This year’s show includes 62 works by 28 artists.Read More
Perkins curator Alan Willoughby says about Poacelli, who teaches a class in mixed media at the art center: “I love her work. She has a great sense of color, layering, space and vibrancy. She is constantly producing, and people are not tired of looking” at her art.Read More
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