Archive for March, 2012

Panopticon Gallery: What’s In A Face

The opening reception for What’s In A Face at Panopticon Gallery on March 2, 2012 was overflowing from the moment the doors open.  Jason Landry owner/director of the gallery curated this beautifully provocative portrait exhibition. I met and spoke with two other exhibitors, the photographers Wendy Paton and Holly Lynton about their […]

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Encaustic Tools: Unconventional Favorites

Artists that work with encaustic paint, have, by necessity, cobbled together an unconventional assortment of tools that are unique to their own studio practice. These uncustomary painter’s tools are sourced from printmaking and sculpture suppliers and hardware and kitchen gadget stores. Periodically,  I will be writing short posts about my favorite unconventional tools. […]

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Art Objects Observed: I’m Trying, But You Are Making It Difficult, Addendum

The addendum to my January 26th post about the importance of the user friendly-ness of artist’s websites (see the re-post below),  is about a recent gallery experience. Friday, I had a drop in and say hi gallery appointment in Boston, nothing formal. The gallery owner asked me to sit across from […]

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