still life 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 →

Paul Zapatka: Labor & Vision

“I wanted to prove that labor is as much a part of the artistic process as vision is.” Read more →

Sheila Harrington’s Celebratory Paintings

“Sometimes viewers have revealed to me what I hadn’t fully understood was there, or they have found something personal to themselves—that is very exciting.” Read more →

Watch Teresa Oaxaca’s Drawing Demo

If you missed yesterday's still-life drawing demonstration in the Gallery, you're in luck! Read more →

Small Works Winner: Why Vitamins?

“I think of vitamins as a kind of contemporary vanitas symbol.” Read more →