For her seventh solo in New York and her first with Shrine Liz Markus continues her Hippies series. Her iconic hippie heads are each marked by Markus reaching for something – waves of energy, galaxies of stars, lush rainforests, vibrations of form, two-color pulsing auras. While Markus calls these subjects “hippies”, she almost obliterates their original countenance to create completely new emblems of freedom, living your own way and going with the flow
More from Expo- yes I think it’s worth the trip if you like abstract painting.
More and more.
notes that in “The Vulnerable Paintings,” recently on view at OSMOS Address, Michele has decisively found her voice. After working on rigid aluminum panels for years, Araujo has shifted to sheets of vellum, unapologetically embracing the beauty of color and the seductive nature of process. The result is a handsome and satisfying kind of arrival.
Considering Female Abstraction at Green Family Foundation long with Marie and Austyn.
Bassmi Ibrahim was a modern painter whose work is spiritual and layered; Gallery C recently took a look at “
The Isness of Being“, a collection of his work.
Radical reorientation is an interview with Lauren that touches on leaving Brooklyn.
Lucy is in
Guided By Voices at LABspace (an artist-run gallery directed by Ellen Letcher + Julie Torres) with Sharon and others.
gets a nod in Two Coats
newest gallery guide RE: her newest at Carvahlo Park.
Beauty in Rigor (Two Coats of Paint) is a wonderful essay about some wonderful paintings.
Cameron is an artist based in LA and
is a recent Hopper Prize finalist.