Studio Visit: Catherine Ruane, A Revolution of the Senses

Studio Visit: Catherine Ruane, A Revolution of the Senses “We must look a long time before we can see.” “The morning wind forever blows, the poem of creation is uninterrupted; but few are the ears to hear it.” Henry David Thoreau   “We need nature, and particularly its wilderness strongholds. It is the alien world…

Feminism Now at Shoebox Projects: An International Collaboration

Feminism Now at Shoebox Projects: An International Collaboration Opening Sunday, February 25, 3-6 pm On view through March 11 by Genie Davis Opening Sunday, February 25th and running through March 11th, “Feminism Now” at Shoebox Projects is a collaborative exhibition of three groups: The San Diego-based American Feminist Image Group (FIG), the Swedish-based Krogen Amerika…

Forest Bathing at Launch LA

Forest Bathing at Launch LA By Betty Ann Brown On view through September 30th   Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better. ~Albert Einstein Keep close to Nature’s heart… and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean.…

It’s a Wonderful World at Groundspace

It’s a Wonderful World at Groundspace By Genie Davis Through July 22nd   At Groundspace Projects through July 22nd, It’s a Wonderful World, curated by Betty Ann Brown is a dazzling tour de force of a group show. Coupling the wonders of nature with the marvels of the art that depicts them, the show is…

Made in the Mojave at MOAH, Lancaster

Made in the Mojave Museum of Art and History, Lancaster May 13 – July 30, 2017 By Kathy Zimmerer   The vast and hot expanse of the Mojave Desert is interpreted by contemporary artists in an extensive series of solo exhibitions and installations at the Lancaster Museum of Art and History. The stark beauty and…

In the Artist’s Studio – Photo Essay

In the Artist’s Studio – A Photo Essay   I always prefer to work in the studio. It isolates people from their environment. They become in a sense… symbolic of themselves. ~Richard Avedon                                            …