…there is something polluted about Sheff’s bucolic tableaux. Animals in repose are disturbed by passages of mottled hues that refuse to settle into familiar, nameable shades. The chroma are telluric and ripe, even vaguely threatening. Painter Amy Sillman, whose work seems an inspiration to Sheff, has described her own use of color as a tool of negation.
Artsy notes Winston is having a moment.
Sarah was someone the algorithm found for me. A lyrical abstractionist, she views the linear forms in her paintings as symbols that translate into invented narratives.
Is in Shaping of America: a Painter’s Perspective at the Painting Center (link is to catalog).
Hyperallergic stays with the theme of highlighting under-appreciated artists by pointing out that there are many reasons Sonia should be better known.