Francis Di Fronzo: The Golden Hour

  “The Golden Hour, Part 3” by Francis Di Fronzo is a 30” x 60” watercolor, gouache and oil painting featuring the artist’s familiar empty boxcars, which balance quietly on a stark horizon line of seemingly endless train tracks. Their worn, skeletal bodies have a lonely presence, one that evokes nostalgic romance or even a... Continue Reading →

Kent Williams: Zoetic Trinity

  Kent Williams' paintings and drawings are provocative, complex, and ambiguous as they blend figurative realism with obscuring abstraction. For his solo show, "Zoetic Trinity" Williams incorporates another medium into his powerful body of work with a series of traditional photographs, which further draw us into his chaotic narratives. Photography is an important part of... Continue Reading →

Introducing the Surreal Works of Johan Barrios

The surreal paintings of Colombian artist Johan Barrios transmit feelings of discomfort and awe through strange and ominous imagery. His painted or sketched figures are rendered as inanimate objects in lifeless or uncomfortable postures, detaching them from human identities. Barrio’s subjects are further dehumanized through their relationships with other inactive elements such as sheets, plants... Continue Reading →

Lynn Boggess: Artist Reflections on a New Body of Work

The paintings of West Virginia artist Lynn Boggess represent nature in its purest form. Green tree groves, snowy riverbanks and dense forest floors are devoid of human or animal presence as the artist omits tracks, fence lines or any remnants of existence other the land itself. “Wilderness is an increasingly rare thing,” says Boggess. “It... Continue Reading →

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