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And So…the Object Has a Second Life

And So…the Object Has a Second Life

I’m very happy to announce that one of my newest Widget Lockets will be debuting at the Twenty-Fourth Annual Small Works Juried Exhibition at Mikhail Zakin Gallery in northern New Jersey, located approximately 20 miles outside of New York City. Recent weeks have been busy, as I feel I’m constantly rushing to write applications to … Continue reading

Symmetry: Artists Show Order Above Narrative

Symmetry: Artists Show Order Above Narrative

Last Thursday night, The Gallery at Penn State Great Valley in Malvern, Pennsylvania opened Symmetry, a juried exhibition presented by the local non-profit arts’ organization, Chester County Art Association. I was pleasantly surprised at the beauty and high caliber of the gallery, as it is located on the second floor of the campus’ Conference Center: … Continue reading

One Lovely Blog Award

One Lovely Blog Award

Thank you, Jeannette of French Paintings, for nominating art does matter for the “One Lovely Blog Award.” I’m thrilled to be chosen especially on this week that marks my seven-month anniversary of starting this blog. The rules of accepting this award are pretty simple to follow. First, you must thank the person who nominated you; … Continue reading

Karen Freedman’s Decorative “Musings”

Karen Freedman’s Decorative “Musings”

Walking through downtown Old City, Philadelphia last Friday night – I became quite mesmerized by a small-scale group of Karen Freedman’s paintings I discovered at Muse Gallery’s 2012 Invitational.  Freedman works entirely in encaustic, the process of working that incorporates warmed beeswax and powdered pigments into compositions, which are sculpted into definitive geometric forms; in … Continue reading