Joanne Greenbaum’s story

Joanne Greenbaum’s studio. Courtesy of Anaba.   Joanne Greenbaum,”Untitled 2009,” oil and acrylic on canvas, 80 x 78 inches. Courtesy D’Amelio Terras In Time Out New York, T.J. Carlin talks to Joanne Greenbaum about painting and making the break from a day job. Here’s an excerpt. “After studying painting in undergrad school, I applied to a … read more… “Joanne Greenbaum’s story”

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Jewel-encrusted vs. diamond-dusted

I spent a few hours rambling around the Met this week and saw the survey of Raqib Shaw’s opulent jewel-encrusted paintings based on Hans Holbein the Younger’s (ca. 1497-1543) paintings. They reminded me of my daughter’s stained-glass craft kits, but of course those don’t have the oppresive glut of obvious art historical references. If we’re … read more… “Jewel-encrusted vs. diamond-dusted”

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