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Regular Oddities: David Fullarton at HangART

by Dormain Geyer
  Next, I went across the street to HangART, where works by David Fullarton were on display in the rear gallery: The show, called "Once Again I Fail To Live Up To My Advance Publicity," will be up through the month of April: In addition to some larger collage canvases, many of Fullarton's pieces used non-traditional materials. The hand-written text was often humorous and self-depreciating:   [more]
Posted by Dormain Geyer on 4/7/09

Process Oriented: "Time Lapse" Group Show at HangART Annex

by Dormain Geyer
  My next stop was the busy HangART Annex, for "Time Lapse," which is through the month of April: The show focused on the artistic process of four local artists: For Anthony May, the gallery had installed a collection of small sketches (above) as well as two large canvases (below): Lea Feinstein's paintings reflect the artist's use of gravity to distribute paint onto moisture resistant Tyvek (think FedEx packaging): I was intrigued by the metal base on which Feinstein's... [more]
Posted by Dormain Geyer on 4/7/09

Nature Revisited at Hang Art Annex

by Dormain Geyer
Arteaser)   My first stop was the "Supernatural" show at Hang Gallery Annex, which included geometric abstractions by Facundo Arganaraz (below): On display through February, the show also included angelic deer by Thomas Frongillo (below): Focused on both animal figures and landscapes elements of natural imagery, the show featured ghostly trees by Ute Zaunbauer (below):   [more]
Posted by Dormain Geyer on 2/10/09
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Sailing Freya Prowe's "Black Water"

by Dormain Geyer
  Arteaser) I then crossed the street to the main Hang Gallery, which was opening its Freya Prowe show, "Black Water": In rich, textured ink pieces, Freya Prowe portrays a watery dreamscape: Fairies, fish and other sea creatures inhabit and do battle on a monochromatic landscape that bubbles with fairy-tale tension: Prowe creates her pieces on a variety of surfaces: wood, panel, and zinc among them: The show will be on display through February:   [more]
Posted by Dormain Geyer on 2/10/09
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