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ANGLIM GILBERT - MODERNISM - WENDI NORRIS
JESSICA SILVERMAN NIDO LIVING
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Anglim Gilbert Gallery: Anne Appleby - Nascent; Mildred Howard - Parenthetically Speaking...
Comment by AB: The subtleties of Anne Appleby's subdued color field paintings progressively reveal themselves the closer in you get. In the side gallery enjoy blown glass punctuation by Mildred Howard. Sometimes it's better expressed than said. Worth a visit.
Anne Appleby and her art at Anglim Gilbert Gallery.
Art by Anne Appleby references trees in winter.
Pinkie cam detail of art at right rear in above image.
Muted color field art on panels by Anne Appleby.
Mildred Howard and her art at Anglim Gilbert Gallery.
Blown glass punctuation art by Mildred Howard.
Art in above image closer.
Blown glass art by Mildred Howard.
Modernism Gallery: Naomie Kremer - Fugitive Earth; Jacques Villegl� - D�collages from the 1950s and 1960s
Comment by AB: On display in the main gallery enjoy energetic abstractions by Naomie Kremer. The action never stops. In the rear gallery, early collaged works by Jacques Villegl� are comprised of scraps and fragments of old billboards and posters. Good show on both counts.
Naomie Kremer and her art at Modernism Gallery.
Art by Naomie Kremer.
Naomie Kremer art.
Vintage billboard & poster fragment collage by Jacques Villegl�.
Art by Jacques Villegl�.
Jacques Villegl� art. (I think it's love at first sight)
Billboard & poster scrap collage by Jacques Villegl�.
Gallery Wendi Norris: Ana Teresa Fern�ndez - Erasure
Comment by AB: Recalling the disappearance of 43 male students from Ayotzinapa, Mexico, who were presumably abducted and killed for staging protests that disrupted the town, Ana Teresa Fern�ndez paints herself black and memorializes that action in four intense self-portraits. Plenty to reflect on here.
Art by Ana Teresa Fern�ndez at Gallery Wendi Norris.
Self portrait by Ana Teresa Fern�ndez.
Ana Teresa Fern�ndez and her art at Gallery Wendi Norris.
Dysfunctional sculpture by Ana Teresa Fern�ndez.
Ana Teresa Fern�ndez art.
Statistical sample - Ana Teresa Fern�ndez art show at Gallery Wendi Norris.
Jessica Silverman Gallery: Luke Butler - Afterimage
Comment by AB: Luke Butler paints up and stars in a production featuring reflections on mortality, the beginning, the end and the interim in between. There are only three certainties in life-- death, taxes and the fact that Luke Butler paints a mean seascape. Go sea... I mean see.
Superior seascape art by Luke Butler at Jessica Silverman Gallery.
Self-portrait art by Luke Butler.
Luke Butler and his art at Jessica Silverman Gallery.
Seascape paintings by Luke Butler (like 'em).
Art by Luke Butler.
Head count - Luke Butler art show at Jessica Silverman Gallery.
Artists: Liz Robb, Nike Schroeder, Chris M. Miller, Antonio Martins, Meghan Bogden Shimek.
Comment by AB: It's mainly about fabric and fragility here.
Yarn art by Liz Robb at NIDO Living c/o Five Senses Art Consultancy.
Suspended strand art by Nike Schroeder.
Fabric art by Meghan Bogden Shimek.
Painted rice paper wall installation by Chris M. Miller.
Art in above image closer - it sways with the breeze (like it).
Liz Robb art.