A Light Emerges from the Darkness

As we all incubate and wonder what the world will be like in a post COVID19 work, the curatorial collective, Wavelength have taken the first steps into the new world with a remarkable new project.

Art, Paper, Plastic

Way off the beaten art path is the Hunterdon Art Museum in central New Jersey. I’ve never visited, but it was well worth the 40+ minute trip from Northern NJ. […]

Extended Episode: Tom Nussbaum

This short film offers a retrospective of Tom Nussbaum’s lifelong dedication to the sculptural arts. Originally from Minnesota, Tom describes the various phases of both his life and work in […]

“There Are Flashes of Imagery”

Catherine Copeland – Parallel Narratives at Gitana Rosa Gallery, Piermont, NY Review by Peter Bonner My family and I visited Piermont, NY last weekend, a surprisingly short 11 minute drive […]

Episode 5: Kate Dodd

Artist Kate Dodd has had a rough few months with the premature removal of two of her recent installations. Last Fall, her site-specific installation for the Richard Meier/Teachers Village building in Newark, “Before […]

Living Together

We have a tumultuous relationship with nature; we try to control it, protect it, exploit it, destroy it, preserve it, etc. Planting a garden, killing weeds, mowing the lawn, picking up vegetables at the store, and vacationing at the shore are just a few of the hundreds of way we connect with nature."

Interview with Ken Weathersby

By Tracy DiTolla From Ken’s Bio: Ken Weathersby’s paintings were on exhibit in 2015 in “Off the Grid” at Pierogi Gallery, in “Textual” at Odetta Gallery, in a three-person show […]

Review: Pat Lay at Aljira

Artist Talk this Saturday, March 12, 2016, 2-3:30pm Join Pat Lay and Guest Curator Lilly Wei In Conversation with Aljira Visiting Curator Dexter Wimberly    review by Kasia Skorynkiewicz  As […]