Sunday, October 30, 2011

Sunday Selection-Gwyneth Leech

Hyerpgraphia from the very point of the Prow.
The installation is changing and growing 
a new cup drawings five days a week.

 Gwyneth Leech is creating a stir at the Flatiron Prow Art Space.  The show "Hypergraphia" runs 24 hrs a day until Dec 31st. It is located at the Flatiron at 23rd St where Broadway and 5th Ave cross. Check out Gwyneth's blog to see more and watch her journey adding to this installation. Gwyneth  is there 5 days a week working in the space the duration of the show-talk about dedication and hard work! For more information about acquiring her cups go to I think they are visually fascinating.

Gweyneth Leech Sea Scapes

Gwyneth Leech installation view

Set of Cityscape Cups
by Gwyneth Leech
India Ink on upcycled paper coffee cups

Cup of the Day #89
Cosmological Cup by Gwyneth Leech
Colored India Ink on upcycled white paper coffee cup
Cups of the Day #90 by Gwyneth Leech.
Recent cups in the Flatiron window.
India ink on upcycled white paper cups.
View of Flatiron

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Sunday Selection-Terri Dilling

Terri Dilling "WARM LITTLE POND 1"
screenprint and mixed media on panel, 22" x 22"

Terri Dilling
screenprint and mixed media on panel, 36" x 48"

mixed media on canvas, 12" x 12"

Terru Dilling "BURGEONING 11"
mixed media on paper, 40"x30"

Terri Dilling "DARK PENDANT 2"
screenprint and mixed media on panel, 29.5" x 22"

 Terri Dilling uses painting and printmaking techniques that achieve such rich beautiful surfaces and hues.  From Terri's website she explains that her work is a mix of mico and makro viewpoints. She is inspired by scientific investigations of the patterns and structures of nature.  Such as the formulation of plants and flowers.  Terri has a show "Assembly" up now at Portal Gallery that runs through Oct. 30th. It is a result of a seven month position as a visiting artist at the NSF/NASA Center for Chemical Evolution at Georgia Tech. Click here to see some installation shots of the show. Please read the Q & A with art critic Jerry Cullum on ArtsCriticATL. Go check it out!

Terri Dilling "Visual Chemistry"

Show runs until Oct 30th

Saturday, October 15, 2011


I took this photo at a favorite desolate beach in Florida. There was a storm coming and we had the beach to ourselves. I love the minimal subtle tones. I wish I have a studio perched here;)

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Marshall Davis & Didi Dunphy @SHG

Marshall Davis – Recent Work

didi dunphy - cross stitch

September 9 – October 15, 2011

Click here to read the review of Didi Dunphy's show by Jerry Cullum