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Nancy Monk
Nancy Monk spins a whimsical take on the wonders of nature using terse visual means and a deceptively complex working process. More...


Zombie Abstraction (Pt 3)
Abstraction in the 21st century remains both a vital and relevant part of today's art world, particularly in the right hands. More...


Leopoldo Cuspinera Madrigal and Tim Rowan
Tim Rowan's ceramic sculptures look more rock than clay, while Leopoldo Cuspinera Madrigal's landscapes are rendered in soft shades of green and charcoal. More...


Frye Salon
Historically under appreciated, the founding collection of the Frye Museum today can no longer be dismissed thanks to fresh knowledge. More...


Mel Katz
Sculptor Mel Katz is still gong strong at 83, and two major surveys show what a vital force he has been since the 1960s. More...


“Glow: Beauty Reigns”
Rex Ryan, Jamie Brunson and Fausto Fernandez all drawn on nature to offer abstract images full of eye-popping visual effect. More...


Albert Oehlen
Billboard signage, cows and an approach to composition akin to forming a jigsaw puzzle add to to "Rawhide," in which Albert Oehlen shows profundity is no match for a good visual joke. More...


“Finland: Designed Environments”
Finnish product design, we are reminded in "Designed Environments," globalized the idea of 'form follows function.' More...


Noah Purifoy
A desire for change fueled the assemblage of Noah Purifoy, who first came to attention with a series in response to the Watt Riots of 1964, and much later retired to Joshua Tree to create the most ambitious works of his career. More...


Noah Purifoy
A desire for change fueled the assemblage of Noah Purifoy, who first came to attention with a series in response to the Watt Riots of 1964, and much later retired to Joshua Tree to create the most ambitious works of his career. More...


Time to Declare Victory
At the recent "Superscript" conference addressing "Arts Journalism in a Digital Age," James Yood listened to what has become a familiar litany of challenges and ills and comes to his own conclusion. More...


Inka-Maaria Jurvanen
The political vein of Inka-Maaria Jurvanen's art is right there in titles like "Anarchy" and "Mutiny," though the images are rarely straightforward. The aftermath of abuse is a consistent part of her desolate scenes. More...


Zombie Abstraction (Part 3)
Abstraction in the 21st century remains both a vital and relevant part of today's art world, particularly in the right hands. More...


Susan Giles
Bouncing from small paper sculptures to room filling installations, Susan Giles moves us from admiration for precise craftsmanship to a feeling of participating directly in the artist's experience. More...

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