Remember the smell? The scratchy sound of the yellow and green cardboard flap folding back in a pixelated-spectrum-reveal? Which do you choose first? The joy of that short-lived, sharp-crayon-newness; the fuzziness of… Continue reading
like all of her work, these use nature as metaphor to explore human emotion. her inconography of trees, water, rocks, mountains, clouds and the stars and moon recount stories, or maybe it’d be… Continue reading
a friend has done a beautiful installation in his library, juxtaposing lordy rodriguez’s “topographical” drawings with ken price sculptures. the biomorphic forms and bright colors have a nice foil in the steel shelving.
can really influence the way you look at an artwork. two examples. gerhard mayer makes drawings, both on paper — we showed some a couple of months ago in san francisco https://toddhosfelt.wordpress.com/2009/10/21/were-about-to-open-a-show/ —… Continue reading