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Collecting Our Heroes: A Look at Sharon Moody’s Photorealistic Trompe L’Oeil Comic Book Paintings

Beginning in 1938 with Superman as the protagonist of Action Comics #1, written by Jerry Siegel and illustrated by Joe Schuster, superheroes have made tremendous cultural impact throughout decades of American history serving as progressive role models and paramount examples of mentorship, protection, positive self-esteem and empowerment for society and the individual alike. Characters [...]

Brilliant Geometries: A Selection of Works by Jim Dine, Hacer and Antonio Marra

Brilliant Geometries: A Selection of Works by Jim Dine, Hacer and Antonio Marra Left: Trembling for Color, Jim Dine. Right: Foxy, Hacer, shown in front of Kafka in Offenbach, Antonio Marra Brightly colored, prism-like surfaces give way to shifting perspectives in the works of Jim Dine, Gerardo Hacer and Antonio Marra. Shared between the three [...]

ARTIST FOCUS : Warner Friedman

Warner Friedman’s precise renderings of architectural details as portals to the outdoors astound the viewer with their intricate plays of shadow and light. Their three-dimensional perspective not only changes the aesthetics of a space, but also alters our perception of a room’s dimensions. Working with acrylic paint on irregularly shaped canvases, Friedman carefully constructs every [...]