The show features a variety of styles and techniques, but the art is united by a common sense of mood, place, and color. Stephanie Kelly Clark’s amazing embroidered needlework looks at first glance like pastels. Lisa Golightly’s deceptively simple beach scenes have the soft gauze of a hazy memory. Samantha Fields tiny paintings capture the grim beauty of forest fires. Stephanie Vova’s photographs invoke the washed-out colors of an old seventy’s movie starring Gene Hackman or Nick Nolte.Read More
Here's a brand new interview with The Jealous Curator Danielle Krysa, where we talk about childhood, how I moved to LA, being married to another artist, teaching, and of course, the paintings. You can also find out if I prefer to swim with shark or hold snakes. ;)
You can listen here: http://www.thejealouscurator.com/blog/2017/03/10/if-im-in-the-zone-leave-me-alone/
Or you can download Danielles podcast on itunes at Art For Your Ear, I recommend it, there are over 90 inspiring talks to listen to, and Danielle always asks great questions.
In progress in the studio...