“Someone recently asked me how I navigate the space between my abstract and figurative paintings, which I often paint side by side. I said I jump.”
The architectonics of Leslie Wayne’s structures exude impermanence and a poetic expression of loss.
Decades in the making, the late poet Jonathan Williams’s photo-filled travelogue captures the creative spirit of a region.
Through his father’s profession as a corrections officer, Pat Phillips has found a pictorial strategy for probing the racial chasms of the justice system, and by inference, everyday life.