His color-accented geometric abstractions may hint of past masters, but what they do best is describe The Void.
Archives for September 2012
Shirley Hazlett is a “Flow Painter” whose abstract works balance action and restraint, intuition and conscious intent.
A look behind temporary public spaces – including SFAI’s Walter and McBean Galleries.
Vail’s photos reveal extraordinary scenes hiding in plain view. De Cocker’s sculptures celebrate flight.
Laky explores the linguistic and associative possibilities that can be wrung from nature-made detritus.
In “Oil” Burtynsky lays bare the connections and the consequences of heedless consumption.