Category Archives: 2017

Billy Al Bengston

  Billy Al truly doesn’t give a shit what you think about these paintings. He’s only ever given a shit as to what his close circle of friends and mentors – Kenny Price, Ed Ruscha… the other Ed (Moses), Craig Kauffman, John Altoon, Larry Bell and Peter Voulkos thought about his practice. Same as how […]

Hurts To Laugh

According to contemporaneously scribbled memos of the gripe-filled meeting, at points animatedly ranting and at others dragging:   She said, it hurts to read the headlines. It hurts to open my laptop. It hurts to check my phone and hear the chime of notifications. It hurts to stay home and it hurts to leave the […]

Andrea Longacre-White – New Sculptures

A state of release cannot amount to much without the hardship that precedes it, a logic that underpins Andrea Longacre-White’s New Sculptures 2016-17. The fringe benefit of this logic was a rare chance to rebuild anew in a manner that may not have otherwise existed, and it was in the precious double-bind of its predicament, […]

Jessie Homer French

Jessie Homer French (b. 1940, New York City) is a self-proclaimed “regional narrative painter” who routinely, perhaps even obsessively, paints archetypes of death and nature.  In addition to painting, Homer considers fly fishing, mapestry-making and hook-latch as other forms of her creative outlet.  The candidly dark themes and consistently earnest representations in her works attest […]

The Harrisons

“Our work begins when we perceive an anomaly in the environment that is the result of opposing beliefs or contradictory metaphors. Moments when reality no longer appears seamless and the cost of belief has become outrageous offer the opportunity to create new spaces — first in the mind and thereafter in everyday life.” — The […]