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Review of SHELLEY REED'S retrospective at the Columbia Museum of Art

July 18, 2014

An insightful review of Shelley Reed's retrospective at the Columbia Museum of Art

KATHRYN LYNCH Sears-Peyton, ARTnews

January 28, 2014 - by Stephanie Strasnick

Kathryn Lynch reviewed in ARTnews

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ARTslant, An Interview with CELIA GERARD

January 20, 2014 - by Charlie Schultz

A Form Between Forms: An Interview with Celia Gerard 

Celia Gerard is an artist for whom two sticks of charcoal, a bit of white paint, and a strong sheet of paper is plenty of material. "Line Quality" could be her mantra, and looking at her works one can see why. Gerard's abstract compositions are built on geometric foundations of linear marks that may be subtle or bold but are always decisive. While her solo exhibition, "Lost at Sea," was being hung, ArtSlant editor Charlie Schultz paid Gerard a visit to discuss her newest body of work.

"When Sculpture Turns to Drawing", The Daily Beast

January 11, 2014 - Article by Justin Jones

In 'Lost at Sea' Exhibition, Celia Gerard’s Sculpture Turns to Drawing.

Celia Gerard's mixed-media works hang in a balance of solidity and transparency, sculpture and drawing, as she finds a way to dig deeper into space.

Paint and Die Happy: An Interview with KATHRYN LYNCH in Guernica Magazine

December 16, 2013 - with Haniya Rae

The American painter on the terror of a blank canvas, finding inspiration in the streets of New York, and how motherhood has impacted her art.

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KATHRYN LYNCH, A Silent Language

November 21, 2013 - Essay by Jonathan Lee

Essay by Jonathan Lee to coincide with Kathryn Lynch's exhibition, A Silent Language.

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DEBORAH DANCY, review, The Drawing Center

June 27, 2013 - by Emmie Danza

Gallery artist Deborah Dancy reviewed on The Drawing Center's column, "Annotations."

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CLAY WAGSTAFF featured in "Painted Landscapes"

May 30, 2013 - a new book by Lauren P. Della Monica

"Though painted with incredible detail and realistic in approach to rendering the natural landscape, Wagstaff ’s untouched places are imbued with soft light and washes of color that create environments at once peaceful and otherworldly, somehow unreal."

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The Art of Skiing, article on JOHN HUGGINS

April 2, 2013 - by James Baker

John Huggins featured in Aspen Magazine.

"Armed with an antique camera, photographer John Huggins illustrates modern-day skiing— but with a historic and timeless touch."

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Living with Art, MACIE SEARS featured in Westside Magazine

January 19, 2013 - by Christy Hobart

Macie Sears featured in Westside Magazine.

"Macie Sears' passion for art infuses her family life with color, composition and inspiration.  Beauty is on the walls, in the garden and throughout their day-to-day lives."

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