Pattern Pulp

Tuesday's Gallery Picks


This week’s gallery picks focus on action and evolution in the artist’s process.

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1. This series presents a new take on pixelation, as Peter Fox’s work in “Blind Trust” distorts a color grouping from spherical drops to elongated color flows, which are swept across the canvas, spread and stretched in all different directions at Front Room
2. In Jug Life, artists breathe new life into still life at Park Life Gallery
3. About her work, Galen Cheney has said, “I like my paintings to exist on a tightrope, right on the edge of coming apart. Not fixed, not static, but open, and with a sense of still being composed. I want the process, the struggle to be right out in front, not covered over or tidied up.” at The Painting Center
4. Felipe Pantone’s body of work spans from graffiti to kinetic art. Strong contrasts, vivid colors, effects, and the use of mixed medium and varied technique combine to impact strongly on the viewer at Delimbo Gallery
5. “My inspiration fuels the belief that risk and guesswork will reveal new possibilities” – Kevin Broad at George Billis Gallery
6. THE COYOTE is a show of five NYC based painters implementing humor, kitsch, repetition and stark glyph like visuals, combining disparities to create new meanings at Gallery Steinsland Berliner

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