By Lorraine Heitzman Constance Mallinson has assembled a first rate group of women painters to address the concept of the sublime in art from a feminist standpoint. Each of the five artists in “The Feminine Sublime” at The Pasadena Museum of California Art explores their relationship to the landscape in a shift from the traditional [...]
“Has there ever been a better time to discuss women and the environment?” So asks artist Constance Mallinson in conversation about “The Feminine Sublime,” an exhibit she curated that opens at the Pasadena Museum of California Art this weekend. Addressing themes of feminine perspective, environmental degradation and the artistic concept of the sublime, “The Feminine [...]
By Gary Brewer “First of all, on the surface on which I am going to paint, I draw a rectangle of whatever size I want, which I regard as a window through which the subject to be painted is seen.” ~Leon Battista Alberti, De pictura, 1435 Studio Visit with Yvette Gellis. Photo Credit Gary Brewer. [...]
Yvette Gellis in the largest and most important newspaper in uper Austria.
Brunnhofer Galerie Eröffnung: Freitag 29. Jänner 2016, 19.00 Uhr mit literarisch-musikalischer-performance von: Elisabeth Brunnhofer u. Paul Jaeg Dauer der Ausstellung bis Samstag 5. März 2016 http://www.brunnhofer.at/termine.php?vorschau=1&node=332&lang=en Artist Statement (excerpt) My work derives inspiration from the world in which I live and work. Wandering through various cities and environments with their endlessly shifting landscapes, often incongruous, [...]
by DAVID M. ROTH From Da Vinci to Picasso to Hockney, shifts in perspective have long reflected changes in how technology enables us to see. Non-Objective painting (and later Abstract Expressionism), with their focus on matters of the spirit, seem to have flown right past the immediate environs of their creators, thereby sidestepping any significant [...]