TGN Publisher Jeffrey Wiener went down to the Emmanuel Fremin Gallery in 2014 to meet with Ted Lawson and discuss his artworks. Lawson, who’s works span the range between abstract and realistic art, continues to push the boundaries of where technology and the figure intersect.
This being the 40th anniversary of the “Summer of Love”, and of the concert known as Woodstock, The Great Nude felt the need to highlight the nudes of Alice Neel, one of the most independent figurative artists of the twentieth century, and an artist who’s work at this time (1960’s) reflected some of the social […]
Jeffrey Wiener: Shared Spaces . “In this series of artworks I am exploring the psychological and spiritual dynamics within human relationships through these figurative stagings. I am trying to illustrate a couple’s true relationship, to create a visualization of their power-sharing reality. While these works seem erotic at first glance, because the couples are stripped of […]
Artist and Editor Scott Goodwillie has been producing wild, intense dream-like paintings for decades. He’s even had a museum show. His recent solo show at TAZZA Gallery was a visual treat, and held several of his major works. We attended the opening, and will give you a closer look at some of these paintings. We […]