Dioramas and relief paintings that probe our increasingly fraught relationship with nature.
Six views of abstract painting. David M. Roth reports.
Minus the cacophony of his installations and wall works, these standalone paintings and drawings reveal a droll sense of humor and abundant invention.
Two approaches to abstraction, each calibrated for bodily and cerebral impact.
Henderson’s thickly clotted, intensely worked abstractions seem spring from hands directed an urgent, clawing impulse. Julia Couzens reports.
Are we witnessing a deep rethinking of the historical enterprise of abstract painting? Mark Van Proyen investigates.
Emerson merges geometric abstraction with Op; Olson probes the microscopic essences of plants.
Tony May’s SJICA retrospective showcases the artist’s genius for embedding strong ideas in meticulously crafted objects that both tweak and invoke art history.
Employing Cubism’s floating color planes and Abstract Expressionism’s turbulent paint and ambiguous ideographs/hieroglyphs, Henderson’s works generate their own force field.
Stephen Westfall and Marie Thibeault are abstract painters whose work is rooted in bodily experience.