Quick study: New Year’s edition with Honeycutt, Winkleman, Viveros-Fauné, Schor, Twitter, and Kohler

2014 is off to a good start. I just returned from Schenectady where I installed paintings (image above of installation in process) for “Blueprint,” a three-person exhibition at Union College curated by Brece Honeycutt. Inspired by Simon Mawer’s 2009 novel The Glass Room, the exhibition features work by Victoria Palermo, Peter Dudek, and me. The … read more… “Quick study: New Year’s edition with Honeycutt, Winkleman, Viveros-Fauné, Schor, Twitter, and Kohler”

Carolyn Case: The mythic and the mundane

Contributed by William Eckhardt Kohler / The more I look at the paintings by Carolyn Case in her show “Homemade Tattoo,” on view at Asya Geisberg through October 14, the more surprising I find them. Defying spatial orientation, they slip and slide, sideways, up and down. Identifiable and abstract forms fly sprawl and spill with constantly … read more… “Carolyn Case: The mythic and the mundane”

Bushwick Open Studios 2017– from Bogart to Troutman

Contributed by William Eckhardt Kohler / The printed studio maps were already gone by early Saturday afternoon–a good indication of the popularity of Bushwick Open Studios–so I simply started at 56 Bogart and made my way to 17-17 Troutman, stopping at studios I found along the way. In open-studio walks, the art inevitably ranges wildly from undeveloped … read more… “Bushwick Open Studios 2017– from Bogart to Troutman”

Gratitude, Favorites from 2014, Predictions for 2015

Last 2014 snap from the studio in LIC. Happy New Year! I recently read an article (thanks to Sharon Louden for bringing my attention to it on Twitter) that suggested the most common mistake artists make is forgetting to thank the people who have helped them. Thus, my first task of 2015 is to thank … read more… “Gratitude, Favorites from 2014, Predictions for 2015”