Rose B. Simpson in New York, NY

Jack Shainman Gallery is currently presenting Rose B. Simpson: Road Less Traveled. The ceramic and mixed-media sculpture is quite personal to Simpson. You can read more about her here. It kind of kills me to not share every detail of every image, but I am definitely getting more posts to you! You can look at all the information on the work I shared here. I … Continue reading Rose B. Simpson in New York, NY

My Way: A Gathering in New York, NY

I was really quite taken with My Way: A Gathering, a group exhibition at Nicelle Beauchene Gallery in Tribeca. I have some friends who are quilt makers and really appreciate the art form. You can read about the show here. I loved this fringe, and now wish I also received the paper version, not just the digital version, of the New York Times! If you … Continue reading My Way: A Gathering in New York, NY

Dia Beacon in Beacon, NY

Today being my daughter Theodora’s birthday, I was reminded I had not shared images from the fabulous day we spent together at Dia Beacon. It was my first visit, while Theodora had been many times before. Located in a former Nabisco box printing factory, it’s a quick train ride from Grand Central Station, and a short walk once you get to the Beacon train station. … Continue reading Dia Beacon in Beacon, NY

Ry David Bradley in New York, NY

Across the street from Amanita is The Hole, a gallery I keep my eye on. They have two locations, and they often have good shows. Ry David Bradley’s show Novacene: Portraits of a Machine is exactly the kind of art that must be seen in person to truly appreciate it’s beauty. I had read about the show earlier, and didn’t think it was something that … Continue reading Ry David Bradley in New York, NY

Anya Paintsil in New York, NY

I had spent the entire day out looking at art, and ended at Welsh and Ghanaian artist Anya Paintsil’s solo exhibition Proof of Their Victories. The gallery on the Lower East Side was absolutely perfect for this tapestry show. The entire body of work was done in 2022, making me question what I had accomplished this past year! “Through striking usage of rug-hooking, embroidery, and … Continue reading Anya Paintsil in New York, NY

Tau Lewis in Venice, Italy and New York, NY

I have always wanted to go to the Venice Biennale, and though it was a complicated and emotional trip as my father had recently died, I am happy I finally made it. Art makes me happy. I promise to catch up on my backlog and start writing about the Biennale soon. Along with the country pavilions, there are two incredible exhibition sites. At the Arsenale … Continue reading Tau Lewis in Venice, Italy and New York, NY