Sharon Louden’s animated drawings in Philadelphia

In the Philadelphia Inquirer, Edith Newhall writes about Sharon Louden’s installation at Gallery Joe: If you’ve seen Sharon Louden’s paintings and drawings, you’ve noticed how her transparent, pudgy, colored lines look as if they’re zipping and morphing across their all-white backgrounds like so many kids set loose on a playground, shifting from a simple stroke … read more… “Sharon Louden’s animated drawings in Philadelphia”

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James Nelson’s coiling, sausagey shapes

In the Philadelphia Inquirer Edith Newhall reports that the faint, lacy pencil-rendered patterns in James Nelson’s drawings of a few years ago have given way to bolder, darker, charcoal ones. “Nelson’s recent drawings from his series ‘Head of a Girl (in play),’ at Gallery Joe, also introduce obvious humor to his work. The series’ title, … read more… “James Nelson’s coiling, sausagey shapes”

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Ink on paper at Gallery Joe

Edith Newhall reviews of the show in The Philadelphia Inquirer: “In the lush Philadelphia summer, with vivid color running rampant, ink on paper can look as crisp and smart as Gregory Peck in To Kill a Mockingbird. That’s the immediate effect of “Ink!”, Gallery Joe’s summer group show, organized by assistant gallery director Sarah Holloran. … read more… “Ink on paper at Gallery Joe”

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