November 1 – 22, 2016  |  Igor Melnikov and Edward Lentsch: Expansion Theory

November 1 – 22, 2016 | Igor Melnikov and Edward Lentsch: Expansion Theory

Igor Melnikov’s and Edward Lentsch’s paintings share an ability to speak directly to the human psyche. Melnikov places the human child in his otherwise minimal paintings, with blessings scrawled in undecipherable Russian on the frames that surround and protect them....
August 23 – September 13, 2016  |  Georges Mazilu and Mavis McClure: Morphy’s Law

August 23 – September 13, 2016 | Georges Mazilu and Mavis McClure: Morphy’s Law

With the earthiness of clay, and the stylings of the old master palette both artists in this exhibition present explorations of the human and animal forms. Hands on, from the Earth, yet changed. Opening Reception Friday, August 26, 2016 from 5 to 7pm [n.b. that this...
July 19 – August 9, 2016  |  Drew Tal and Karen Yank: Circumspect

July 19 – August 9, 2016 | Drew Tal and Karen Yank: Circumspect

Agnes Martin once told Karen Yank that the “circle is too expansive” as an art form. Karen later said it was perfect shape for her, because she could control it; because she understood its implications. In the same way Drew Tal uses the gaze on the circle of the face...
June 21 – July 10, 2016  |  Fausto Fernandez, Jamie Brunson and Robert Townsend: ROY G BIV

June 21 – July 10, 2016 | Fausto Fernandez, Jamie Brunson and Robert Townsend: ROY G BIV

Before there was a written language, color was the universal language of mankind. Prehistoric humans used color to describe every aspect of their lives. Red= blood; orange= fire; yellow=sun; green=natural vegetation/food source; blue=air; indigo=water; violet=the...
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