Darvie takes us through four tomented stages of fear
in his hydrocal sculpture series called "Souls
of the Wrathful."
Van Exel carved this exel-ent alabaster bust named "Self
swerves and curves are like hors d'ouvres.
Vessles" by Sandra Palmer Shaw are
the perfect way to hold even smaller objet d'art.
the objet are even smaller boxes of Quaker Oats.
you've got the time, we got the clocks.
Clocks" by Leslie Bryce... a micro-mini
with all those pesky numerals, who needs 'em?
they all show 2:30 or thereabouts.
a good time, visit the Arts Upstairs!
we leave out says as much as what we include. Like the sound
of one hand clapping.
X. Weissman inaugurates her TAU career with "Reaching
back for a pillow."
title may be a reference to words spoken by a Zen master. Ask
Rachel. Just don't ask her what the X stands for.
nude with doorknob buttocks" is
my first close encounter with Ben Rubin. The
cubist inspired figure is packed with simultaneously incongruous
perspectives and curoiusly asymmetrical breasts.
finally understand how someone could contract venereal desease
from a doorknob.
right along, we have this spermatozooic action figure titled:
to be confused with "Freebird."
that I was confused.
did not hesitate to use the wrist, elbow and shoulder in this
cunningly framed third of a tryptich.
flights of graphite make it de rigeur to visit his symphonious
new solo show at Arts Upstairs.
fandango jumble-aya of Tarot, Mucha, Gunga Din, Tinkerbelle
and Dia de los Muertes.
a dash of Sweedish nudist colony cheesecake.
Mr. Know-It-All" may know, but he sure ain't tellin'.
am swimming in the waxy translucence of "Girl on
Grass with Mirror."
is it transcendence?
mirror on the grass... how I wonder about that lass.
immortal hand or eye could frame thy fragile symmetry?
Franklin is the framer. They ain't doorknobs.
deSoleil has created a perfect micro-mini-nano solo
show with her glass encrusted display.
in time for the mad Christmas rush.
little works of art?
Rising Over Pond"
is a world within a world by Salvorita, colored
not sure I agree with the central hypothesis of Tom
Fraser's "Truly Sparrow Est Belle."
painting is truly belle however, so I will not make a big stink
Well, now all that is left
for you to do is drop by the gallery and make Virginia happy.
She has been very good this year.
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