Category Archives: Drawing

Submission No. 47

Three paintings. (Why collections of three for this and No. 46, Miriam? Shouldn’t we stick with one submission, in most cases?) The first is like a combination of a Rothko color-field abstraction and… a doodle. You can’t help but see

Submission No. 47

Three paintings. (Why collections of three for this and No. 46, Miriam? Shouldn’t we stick with one submission, in most cases?) The first is like a combination of a Rothko color-field abstraction and… a doodle. You can’t help but see

Submission No. 41

Susy Oliveira! On her website, there’s an image cascade of Oliveira’s works. If you mouse-over each image, a title and date pops up, otherwise there’s no explanation, which, inexplicably, I find glorious. — Miriam. Thank you. I peeked at the

Submission No. 41

Susy Oliveira! On her website, there’s an image cascade of Oliveira’s works. If you mouse-over each image, a title and date pops up, otherwise there’s no explanation, which, inexplicably, I find glorious. — Miriam. Thank you. I peeked at the

Submission No. 37

Joan Linder’s entire show at Mixed Greens Gallery. There are a series of detailed india ink drawings of kitchen sinks, a series of time lapse drawings of kitchen sinks, and one gigantic book showing a lovely rolling landscape that looks

Submission No. 37

Joan Linder’s entire show at Mixed Greens Gallery. There are a series of detailed india ink drawings of kitchen sinks, a series of time lapse drawings of kitchen sinks, and one gigantic book showing a lovely rolling landscape that looks

Submission No. 31

This piece — a rowboat in a gallery, with the inscription “Center for Experimental Contemplatives” written in cursive on its stern — is a piece of whimsy. We know the metaphors being evoked: afloat on an open sea, castaway, solitary,

Submission No. 31

This piece — a rowboat in a gallery, with the inscription “Center for Experimental Contemplatives” written in cursive on its stern — is a piece of whimsy. We know the metaphors being evoked: afloat on an open sea, castaway, solitary,

Submission No. 28

Another bunny drawing by Joan Linder. This one showing a family in a car. The first thing that grabs me is that the man who is driving does not have bunny ears. He has mutton chops. Long hair. A widow’s

Submission No. 28

Another bunny drawing by Joan Linder. This one showing a family in a car. The first thing that grabs me is that the man who is driving does not have bunny ears. He has mutton chops. Long hair. A widow’s

Submission No. 27

Tom, this show by Charles Linder is open until the 29th. The pictures from the gallery’s website which I’ve included here allow us to see something, alas without the whole reveal. My experience of the show is that it’s a

Submission No. 27

Tom, this show by Charles Linder is open until the 29th. The pictures from the gallery’s website which I’ve included here allow us to see something, alas without the whole reveal. My experience of the show is that it’s a