There’s a fantastic video about Kehinde Wiley’s current series (An Economy of Grace). I’ve mentioned this painter several times before, but this mini documentary provides more process details than the … Continue reading Wiley’s “Economy of Grace”
My recent paintings experiment with and assess the personal impact of the artistic canon. In superimposing the art historical canon over my own paper doppelgänger, I engage in a form … Continue reading Highlighting women as creators (via paper dolls)
[ 2/25/15 edit: The links to individual artworks no longer function. The Crocker Art Museum’s website no longer serves as a digital representation of their holdings. I hope this is … Continue reading Notes from the Crocker
Seven hundred pages of research and note-taking later, I was floored by déjà vu. As George Santayana’s epigram scolds, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it” … Continue reading The One and Only Original, 2nd ed.
Please stop reading. Head directly to the de Young‘s special exhibit: Richard Diebenkorn: The Berkeley Years (1953-1966). If San Francisco is too far away, then continue reading for a few … Continue reading Diebenkorn at the de Young