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Category Archives: Painting
I have a print edition up on the Working Proof. They are a great resource for great print editions by artists. Each artists print is paired with a charity. See my print “Ozz” here. Its an edition of 50 prints for $30 … Continue reading
In Alan Shields “Something Goin’on and On”, at Greenberg Van Doren Gallery I was astounded how although they only were showing works of his of the 1970-80’s nothing felt dated. The works were whimsical, colourful, and experimentive. It was not … Continue reading
At Guerra Paint and Pigment I was delighted that when I walked in the door I was greeted by Art Guerra the owner and founder. I realized I had inevitably walked by the East Village shop many times before on … Continue reading
Tangling, floating, bouncing, forming, suspending, becoming, unwinding, twirling, rising, falling, maddening, growing, changing, happening, sensational, chaotic, and obsessive are words that come to mind when trying to describe an installation of artist Judy Pfaff. Pfaff’s installations are a physical equivalent … Continue reading
I decided to hang my MFA paintings in a constellation format. Playing off the science fiction whimsy of the imagery and the small satellite quality of the paintings themselves.
Robert Swain and Alan Shields were some groovy colorful dudes! Both natives of the Midwest who ended up on the New York scene of the 1960′s. Although they made their color rich works in the 1960-70′s they feel very fresh … Continue reading
TRUDY BENSON – SPACE JAM IN THE PROJECT SPACE: KENT DORN – Recent Work May 6th – June 12th, 2010. Public reception Thursday, May 6th, 6-8pm. from the press release: Freight+Volume is pleased to announce the debut of a significant … Continue reading
Rosson Crow was born in Dallas, Texas, 1982 and lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.