For Beth Ward
Paul Killebrew was born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee, where he currently works for a judge.
Robert Swain: The Perception of ColorBy Alfred Mac Adam
APRIL 2023 | ArtSeen
Robert Swains current exhibition The Perception of Color lets ten paintings (please excuse the mixed metaphor) do the talking, and their rhetoric makes a more convincing argument than any essay.
Ebony G. Patterson: to kiss a flower goodbyeBy Ksenia Soboleva
JUNE 2022 | ArtSeen
In her second solo exhibition at Hales Gallery, to kiss a flower goodbye , Ebony G. Patterson continues to explore the garden as a multilayered metaphor for the colonial histories embedded in the Caribbean landscape.
Sean Scully: A Wound in a Dance with LoveBy Raphy Sarkissian
SEPT 2022 | ArtSeen
A leading champion of contemporary artmaking, Sean Scully has come to project his image of an artist as a formalist conundrum, as intimated by the above metaphor that exudes a sense of pathos.
JJJJJerome Elliss The ClearingBy Erica N. Cardwell
MARCH 2022 | Art Books
A songbook attentive to corporeal language-making processes often dismissed as impediments. The Clearing is not a metaphora symbol for clarity or realizationbut an activation of ever-present clarity.