Open studios events allow a type of intimacy with an artist’s work that is rare.
In her exhibition at Sargent’s Daughters, Brandi Twilley depicts windows as portals beyond the bleak circumstances of her family’s house.
Brandi Twilley’s paintings of her childhood bedroom before it was destroyed by a fire are devoid of sentimentality, nostalgia, and even sympathy.
Brandi Twilley, who was eight years old when Pretty Woman was released, creates an atmosphere in which the real world becomes the phantom, while the fantasy strives to become real.
If you should not judge a book by its cover? What about the living room you grew up in? What do its contents say about you? Does its décor reflect who you are?