Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Gulp Yarn Bang @ School 33 Art Center

Gulp Yarn Bang features work by eleven artists who use yarn in their art practice.
Opening Reception: Friday, November 11,  6 - 9pm

Heather Boaz
Gina Denton
Alex Ebstein
Clarissa Gregory
Jo Hamilton
Mindy Hirt
Sarah Matson
Ellen Nielsen
Courtney Puckett
Cat Sachse
Anthea Zeltzman

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Kickstarter worth backing

Help Lesser reach his goal to make large-scale works for his solo show at Open Space in 2012!
His work is great, check out his website HERE

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

White Life @ Floristree


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Monday, July 18, 2011

this heat @ Pentouse this Friday

this heat

Friday, July 22, 7-10pm

Seth Adelsberger
Max Guy
Ben Horns
Justin Kelly
Patrick Quinn
Keith J. Varadi

Copy Cat Bldg.
5th Floor
Baltimore, MD

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

R.I.P. Cy Twombly 1928 - 2011

 Cy Twombly, American painter, and personal hero died in Rome yesterday at the age of 83.

From his Obiturary:
Each line he made, he said, was “the actual experience” of making the line, adding: “It does not illustrate. It is the sensation of its own realization.” Years later, he described this more plainly. “It’s more like I’m having an experience than making a picture,” he said.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Full Color & Look Book @ Current Space

John Bohl, Justin Kelly and Bettina Yung: Full Color

Its 80s indoorsy vs 70s summer in Current Gallery's simultaneous exhibitons, Full Color (John Bohl, Justin Kelly and Bettina Yung) and Look Book (Russell Hite and Elena Johnston).  Digital / decorative motifs and cold color, from pastel to RGB are favored in the individual and collaborative works of Bohl, Kelly and Yung.  Exhibiting sculpture, prints, video and painting, the handmade, found, digital and even individual voice melt into a cool, consistent aesthetic.
Hite and Johnston's Look Book in the smaller gallery feels like a trip to an awesome desert vintage store.  Warm colors, collage, totems, imagined artifacts, animals etc.  The works are all beautiful, summery and (ahem) very affordable.  
Catch both these shows before they come down on the 19th!