Jenni Higginbotham

July 09, 2012, 8:20am

A Conversation with Joan Watts about “Poems and More” at Charlotte Jackson Fine Art

This June, Charlotte Jackson Fine Art exhibited a new body of work by painter Joan Watts. Watts has been painting since the 1960s, and she has managed to successfully forge a singular path throughout the waxing and waning of art market trends and historical movements. Charlotte Jackson has represented Watts for several years now, and she is the rare kind of art dealer who supports the essential changes and developments of her artists.

Listed under: Interview

May 08, 2012, 8:30am

Bernard Chaet: When More is More

LewAllen Contemporary’s exhibition of paintings by American artist Bernard Chaet (b. 1924) features work from the 1960’s to the present. Keeping with LewAllen Contemporary’s penchant for expressive painters, this work is very formal and concerned almost exclusively with the materiality of paint on a surface. Known best for his landscape paintings, the subject matter of Chaet’s work at the gallery includes beaches, sea bathers, rocky coves, harbors clogged with boats, stormy horizons and a smattering of still lifes.

Listed under: Review, Santa Fe

May 02, 2012, 8:15am

ALL IN ONE: PAINTINGS BY REBECCA SHORE

In conjunction with an exhibition at Corbett vs. Dempsey in Chicago, Eight Modern Gallery (Santa Fe, New Mexico), will show the paintings of Rebecca Shore (NAP #41) until May 5. This two-gallery exhibit, titled All in One, features about 50 paintings, 23 of which are at Eight Modern. - Read more by Jenni Higginbotham, Sante Fe Contributor, after the jump!

Listed under: Review, Santa Fe

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