What singles out artist Don Voisine is his ability to remain a restless painter, capable of surprising his most ardent fans.
Gary Petersen recognizes that whatever dream of unity geometric artists once pursued is no longer possible.
Osman’s care for and attention to his modest materials, the particularities of their identity, is rare in a society where excess is celebrated daily.
Schulte seems at once focused and restless, determined and open.
Voisine’s paintings ask us to consider what we pay attention to and why.
Sultan’s works implicitly reject the corporate scale of the Minimalists in favor of a domestic and intimate space
Pete Schulte’s drawings at first seem to be easily apprehended and quickly digested, but they demand a deeper reflection on choices and motives.
Gary Petersen is a highly intelligent painter, which is to say he has absorbed a lot of art history and, more importantly, is at ease with it.
With each new exhibition, it becomes more apparent that Don Voisine is adding his own earned options to the legacy of geometric abstraction.
Sultan is both the artist and the artisan — a view that goes against the grain characterizing art as a purely conceptual activity, a form of entrepreneurship.
A year of truth-telling and electric painting.
Jason Karolak’s colors grab your attention like flashing LEDs in a dark-as-midnight casino.