Good incentive: Beth Dary’s drawing

Contributed by Sharon Butler / From a recent exhibition organized to raise money for  Chef Jose Andres’s World Central Kitchen’s relief efforts in Puerto Rico, I came home with two wonderful pieces, which I’ve decided to use as gifts for contributors to the 2017 Two Coats of Paint Year-end Fundraising campaign. The  first reader who makes a tax-deductible … read more… “Good incentive: Beth Dary’s drawing”

Of Latino descent: “Radical Women” in LA

Contributed by Katarina Wong / The Getty recently launched Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, a highly ambitious and rewarding initiative that explores Latin American and Latino art “in dialogue” with the city itself. More than 70 art institutions are participating, each offering their own take on the topic. One notable exhibition, among a field of exemplary shows, is Radical Women: … read more… “Of Latino descent: “Radical Women” in LA”

Alex O’Neal: Hiding Places in a Dream

Contributed by Katarina Wong / Alex O’Neal is an artist based in Cooperstown, New York, whose recent show “Hiding Places in a Dream” at Linda Warren Projects in Chicago was a visual knock-out – a dizzying array of hyper-saturated canvases balanced with intimate, small-scale drawings. Throughout the exhibition, O’Neal continues to develop his highly personal … read more… “Alex O’Neal: Hiding Places in a Dream”

Artist-run @ Satellite in Miami

Contributed by guest correspondent Sharon Louden / As this is my last post for Two Coats of Paint, I’ll go out with a bang — a lot of painting from various places! One of my assignments was to attend Satellite “the alternative exhibition featuring 50+ art organizations.” With so many things to see, I was … read more… “Artist-run @ Satellite in Miami”