ArtNEWS, May 2013


Art News



Essay by
Charles Finch

Works by
James Angell
Melinda Hackett
Virva Hinnemo
Matt Magee
Ilse Murdock
George Negroponte
Emily Weiskopf



May 7 - June 15, 2011
Opening Reception May 7th, 2-5 pm
Gallery Hours: Wed-Friday 11am-5pm or by appointment

David Hall Fine Art, LLC
555 Washington Street
Wellesley, MA 02482
Tel: 781 235 0955
Fax: 508 785 8003




("Interface Structure" cardboard packaging and push pin)


JUNE 26 - OCTOBER 17 2010

Belevue Arts Program

450 110th Ave NE

Bellevue, WA 98004






Behind The Green Door
July 2 - July 21

Eric Aho, Mary Behrens, Jay Critchley, Peter Hutchinson, Peik Larsen, Sarah Lutz, Sue McNally, Daniel Ranalli, Andy Rosen, Tabitha Vevers, Trudy Benson, Diego Benavente, Erik den Breejen, Quentin Curry, Anahi DeCanio, Kent Dorn, Andrew Guenther, Daniel Heidkamp, Peter Allen Hoffman, Susan Jennings, Kahn/Selesnick, Jeremy Kost, Hash Halper, David Humphrey, Monique Lai, Nick Lawrence, Thomas McDonnell, Lucas Moran, Ilse Murdock, Francie Randolph, Lance Rautzhan, Max Razdow, Caris Reid, Ali Smith, Jessica Tam, Russell Tyler, Tom Watson

DNA Gallery
288 Bradford St
Provincetown MA
p. 508 487 7700
f. 508 487 7705
Daily, 11am - 7pm or by appointment





Sculpted Green

9th Biennial Bellevue Sculpture Exhibition, Seatle, Washington





"You have to be almost gifted to do what I do"
DATES: May 27th - July 28th, 2006
(June: Tues-Sat 10 am-6 pm; July: Tues-Fri 10 am-6 pm)
LOCATION: Alexander and Bonin, 132 Tenth Avenue between 18th and 19th
HOURS: Tuesday - Saturday 10am to 6pm

curated by Oliver Newton and Steven Stewart

Referencing a quotation attributed to Fred Smith, a lumberjack turned sculptor who crafted over 200 statues made of concrete and broken beer bottles along a Wisconsin highway in the mid-20th Century, You have to be almost gifted to do what I do includes the work of Brian Belott, Michelle Cortez, Eddie Martinez, Joseph Hart, Karen Heagle, Elizabeth Huey, Larry Krone, Wes Lang, Ernest Loesser, Ilse Murdock, Kristine Robinson, and Tamara Zahaykevich. Their preferred techniques and materials reveal a shared allegiance to the handmade and an affinity for appropriation. Drawing from the visual language of outsider art, they incorporate paper, embroidery, paint, cast objects and sound to create works that achieve personal vernaculars.

Oliver Newton and Steven Stewart are friends, curators, artists and enthusiasts based in New York City. This is their first co-curated exhibition.
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