Registry

Gallery: Bob Clyatt

  Artist Statement: All my work is based on the human figure, almost always using the live model. Critic Anne Albert recently wrote, “Clyatt’s work appropriates classical figure sculpting methods and forms, yet through the use of postmodern and contemporary tropes it subverts the all-too-familiar prejudices against the figure generally and the nude in particular.” […]

Registry

Gallery: Sherry Camhy

Artist Statement: Sometimes I draw with a brush. Sometimes I paint with a pencil. I always try  to tell the truth as I see it.   Biography: Sherry Camhy’s work is in the permanent collection of The New Orleans Museum of Art, The Israel Museum, The New York Public Library, The Telfair Museum of Art, Savannah, […]

Reviews

Kim Joon: Fragments

Kim Joon: Fragments Sundaram Tagore Gallery October, 2010 There is definitely something of the “Wow factor” when you walk through the gallery doors and encounter these large scale computer generated (CAD) works. Korean artist Kim Joon delivers striking imagery, beautifully detailed with patterns borrowed from tattoo culture to high culture porcelain china, such as Villeroy […]