2011// Not all contemporary (or modern) artists dismiss water as a subject simply because Henry James rolled his eyes at Winslow Homer. Perhaps an artist returned to her family home in Nashville... More > where the pool she remembered as a child lay drained and crumbling in the backyard. Or it could be that the reference to water is completely subconscious....This exhibition, organized by Sharon L. Butler for Two Coats of Paint, presents paintings by sixteen contemporary artists who have been drawn, perhaps against the tide, to the power of water.
Artists include Joel Adas, Sean Anderson, Mark Barry, Barbara Brady, Jenny Zoe Casey, Emilia Dubicki, Mary Addison Hackett, Sara Klar, Rachelle Krieger, Magnolia Laurie, Joanne Mattera, Mott McCampbell, Claire McConaughy, Wendy Small, Cary Smith, Robert Yoder and Elizabeth Zans.< Less
2011//Created to accompany a 2011 exhibition at TowerBrook Art Project in New York, Sketchbook 2 (2008-10) comprises scans of drawings and collages made in my sketchbooks from 2008-10. Cover Design... More > and Layout: Carolyn Lodge. Image Preparation: Kelly Alves.< Less
117 GRATTAN is an artist's book created as part of "Gone Wrong," a solo exhibition at Real Art Ways in Hartford, CT. Visually, the work in "Gone Wrong" is rooted in the world... More > nearby – specifically, the idiosyncratic HVAC structures, cement mixing machines, and jerry-built architecture that surrounded my studio at 117 Grattan Street in Bushwick. This 36-page book is a photographic journal of the neighborhood. Design, layout and image management by Stef Paschen-May.< Less
2011//Created to accompany a 2011 exhibition at TowerBrook Art Project in New York, Sketchbook 1 (2007) comprises scans of drawings and collages made in my sketchbooks during 2007. Cover Design and... More > Layout: Carolyn Lodge. Image Preparation: Kelly Alves.< Less