painting Archive

How “Natura Morta” Came to Be

Many artists have a back burner where they hold onto ideas for years. This one just took a little longer than most to make it onto canvas. Read more →

Special Opening Reception: “Natura Morta”

Halbrooks's still lifes are hidden under undulating cloth, leaving the viewer to only guess at what's underneath. Of course, the drapery is a delight in its own right. Read more →

Sarah Dax Solano: Blurring the Boundaries of Painting

Sarah Dax Solano is embarking on a new series that combines abstraction, realism, and a large format — and this painting is the first in the series. Read more →

A Best-in-Show Painting That’s Wrapped Up in Red

“It was a challenge to create something that was monochromatic but interesting.” Read more →

Painter Sally Davies Takes a Global View

How would you describe the perspective in these paintings? "Bird's-eye" is a phrase that comes to mind — but there's something more. Read more →

Wen LePore’s Unplanned, Unpredictable Paintings

This is a typical painting for me: It came from a mistake or unpredictability. Read more →