Fragmentary Images: Christie Noh’s Things Whose Purpose Is Slowness
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Fragmentary Images: Christie Noh’s Things Whose Purpose Is Slowness

According to the exhibit description at Christie Noh’s current solo show at the Warehouse Artist Lofts Public Market, “[Noh’s] paintings show simple, mundane experiences of the human condition.” While Noh may illustrate mundane human experiences, the paintings in the exhibit, titled “Things Whose Purpose Is Slowness,” are anything but ordinary. Within her fictional environments, which … Continue reading

What Are We Really Looking At?: The Work of Denise Stewart-Sanabria
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What Are We Really Looking At?: The Work of Denise Stewart-Sanabria

Denise Stewart-Sanabria is a hyperrealist artist out of Knoxville, Tennessee who specializes in re-creating the world around her through painting and woodwork. Her intricate life-size plywood drawings are so realistic they force one to look twice before realizing they are part of an installation. Through her paintings she has been able to create decadent and … Continue reading

See: Toulouse-Lautrec and La Vie Moderne Exhibit at the Crocker
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See: Toulouse-Lautrec and La Vie Moderne Exhibit at the Crocker

As a Sacramentan or someone near Sacramento, it is almost one’s duty to go to the Crocker Museum at least once in one’s lifetime. So why not got to a great Parisian themed art exhibit? The focus of the show will be on Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec whose paintings are filled with emotion and posters that progressed … Continue reading

“My Own Art Therapy Project”: Laura Hohlwein and the Illustrious Quadruple Threat
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“My Own Art Therapy Project”: Laura Hohlwein and the Illustrious Quadruple Threat

The Arctic Circle has always been a place of dreams for Westerners: Ancient Greeks searched out a source of tin, Dark Age Vikings explored with faith for colonization, and more modern Europeans have believed for centuries they might find life-affirming resources (The Fountain of Youth!) and creatures (unicorns!) among the frozen wastelands.  In the world … Continue reading