Fleeting moments at dusk, glowing suns and nighttime clouds are achieved through considered approaches to color, material, and surface quality.
Through a combination of hand-sewn textiles and paints, Capron joins together an array of patterns and striking colors to fashion bodily forms. Merging figuration with abstraction, these works explore cultural hybridity, pride, and the competing desires to assimilate and to be seen.
Anderson talk about his process, inspiration, favorite Ghibli character, identity, Los Angeles, and more.
Olagbaju on Black labor, legacy, myths, and healing processes.
Elizabeth Leach Gallery is pleased to present Windows, new abstract works by Jinie Park that combine painting and sculpture, and feature radiant color washes on cut-out canvases.
In, To Have A Friend Takes Time, Meyer and Stewart add play to the process of art-making by setting rules for themselves.
The title, Nobody’s Fool, is respectfully borrowed from the poem Resolution #1003 by June Jordan.
Through a key decision to incorporate the color black as ground, Haywood has produced his most mature body of work to date.
New Paintings by Stephen O’Donnell
The extraordinary Lang Collection, assembled in little more than a decade, represent one of the most significant holdings of Abstract Expressionist paintings and sculpture, as well as works by two towering artists of post-war Europe.