Galerie Loevenbruck

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The Cosmic Joke

by Georgia Fee
      The intimacy of a drawing always appeals to me. The touch of the hand is near; the impulse of the artist reveals itself more easily in drawing. The fragility of paper further lends to this air of tender familiarity. Drawings allow for a conversation between the artist and viewer that is less distanced than other mediums; we peer in like a forensic investigator to observe the fine details, the lines, the erasures, the tremor in the hand or the ferocity of a mark. I often have the... [more]
Posted by Georgia Fee on 11/17/09

A Slice of Perfection

by Georgia Fee
    Blaise Drummond's exhibition on view until January 24th at Galerie Loevenbruck is called .  Included in this exhibition are a number of paintings, drawings, small sculpture, and mixed media installation. The Rest and Be Thankful pass in Scotland is a lonely place with all the attributes of Highland character: a swooping valley of green and greener, a blowing wind cutting through the hills, a once-important military road snaking through the land.  There is a stone at the top of the pass... [more]
Posted by Georgia Fee on 1/21/09

patrice et claude

Next up was Galerie Loevenbruck for Patrice Gaillard et Claude:   [more]
Posted by Natalie Hegert on 10/27/08