DeBaun Has a great studio off 28 in Boiceville
near the Trail Nursery. Go there and see many more fine
works like this dreamy romantic print, "Lorri".
Ross personifies an indigenous "Herbalist"
in what looks like hammered copper. Dig those crazy
Channon, AKA: Me, is looking like Fidel Castro
in this detail from "Fidel Dave and the Exploding
Owen reminds us why Football is so popular in "Superbowl".
The protuberance of buttocks and stylized postures
look like dancing figures on a randy Greek vase. Gavin points
out that the cheerleader on the right is getting groped.
I love this painting by James Achstetter,
curiously titled "Nov 2008". The
spiny headdress looks like an Iron Maiden, but actually represents
the worst headache ever. Count the fingers.
Eden Has updated the classic lawn chair motif in
Singer redefines the meaning of "Rats!"
in this already sold parable of modern mashuganism, "Yet
Another Computer Mishap".
evokes chilly wind blown twigs and Japanese Sumi ink drawings
in "Winter Blue III"
Evers continues the dry twig theme in "Memorial
to John Moffat". This diorama comes complete
with its own blue sky. Maybe TAU will have a diorama show...
I would like that.
by Melissa Koleshis. Why should
we eat flies when there are nice juicy spiders? Butterflies
are good, too. Nature can be cruel and cool at the same time.
of headaches, Here is a masterpiece by Mighty EEE,
"Migraine IV". I think Mighty's self portrait
looks like Margaret Thatcher but it mighy be my imagination.
Peggy Kay unveils
this rumpled third of a triptych, titled "Looks
Like". Is it Picasso or is it memorex?
Schwab and Salvatore Scalisi stretch
our imaginations to the snapping point with this mixed media
masterpiece titled "Waterfall". The
splendid play of texture and color combine textile, ceramic-like
substrate and painted surface to spill over the rocks in our
heads. Time to wake up!
to come to the next opening at Arts Upstairs, every
third saturday of the month at 7
PM in Phoenicia... We regret the loss of LImner Gallery,
but Tim Slowinski has a moved to a great new space in Hudson
on 123 Warren street. Good luck on your new gallery, Tim!
to get on his mailing list.
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