gets a nod from Artsy. I can see why- (thought she might not call it “abstraction”) below is a mind blowing mix of digital collage printed on silk and vinyl, spandex, smocking, appliqué, pine, upholstery foam, silk thread, and flashe paint.
gets a nice mention in Two Coats article about Material Mutations, part one; The Canvas at Transmitter.
Hyperallergic notes that the work Sheela (and others) have in Fault Lines
prove that abstraction need not be confined to the inner life of the artist.
I’ve watched Jacky’s
work evolve over several years (we are in the same crit circle), and I’m thrilled to be showing with her and Anna and Adriana.
work borrows iconography and impressions (and colors!) from her childhood in Puerto Rico. She’s also in Edge and Form with Anna and myself.
Had the pleasure of getting to meet Anna recently as we are in
Edge and Form together.
Met Jean recently when she and
Katie were taking down their show at 311. She’s interested (I think, also because I am…) in the “thingness” of paintings.
Met Katie recently when installing a show at
311 Gallery (she was packing up and I was packing in).