Art Talk

I’ll have to beg your pardon but I did not go out to First Friday this month. Instead I stayed in and talked one on one with an artist in his studio. I won’t tell you what we talked about but I can show you who we talked about (a newly acquired Andrew Wyeth book was the original spark to the conversation which is why he’s the most prominently featured here.) Art Murmur September, I promise!








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  1. […] Fall, and my current bed linens need some updating – in a very old-fashioned way, of course. Remember that Andrew Wyeth painting? Something just like that. Luckily Stonemountain and Daughter Fabrics had a slew of fat quarters, […]

  2. […] I promised I would be back for the Art Murmur this month so here I am. Joining me as usual was MCM, as well as her art school buddy, and our good friend Al. I made my way to our meet up spot at Mama Buzz Cafe to start our night off with $2.00 PBR’s. Al’s big eyes fit right in with the twee teacup art; the artist nicely provided teacup cutouts for a little do-it-yourself project for those so inclined. Johansson Projects, check. On to Hatch, with my favorite of the night. The camera work of Edmund Wyss left some in the group cold, but the pieces were beautifully executed and I think if you’re a camera junkie like me they might have more appeal. I didn’t love them at first, but several of the pieces grew on me as we walked around the gallery. Chandra Cerrito Contemporary Galley was next with some intriguing crocheted branches and rocks and, after double-checking, real dead wasps suspended from the ceiling. There was something about the intention of intricately and carefully wrapping objects and the roughness and rawness of the objects themselves. […]

  3. […] work of Alex Kanevsky has shown up here a few times before but with his latest exhibit ‘Heroes and Animals‘ opening at the Dolby Chadwick Gallery […]



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