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Printmaking at Barbara Archer Gallery

Monday, November 21st, 2011

I went over to Barbara Archer’s elegant gallery in Inman Park for the talk yesterday on her Atlanta Printmaking Biennial, up until December 3rd. Juror Beth Grabowski, professor and Associate Chair in the Department of Art at UNC/Chapel Hill, gave the attendees a broad and intriguing overview of the works she chose. She reinforced my […]

End of autumn paintings

Friday, November 18th, 2011

A few new paintings from October and November. I’ll be showing work at the Paideia School’s Art Visions annual fundraiser this weekend, November 19/20 and at the Telephone Factory lofts on December 3/4. Rockbridge Road. Acrylic on canvas panel, 16″ x 20″, 2011. Avondale, November 13. Oil on canvas, 35″ x 26″, 2011. Sidewinder. Oil […]

ART: Local versus global and does it matter?

Sunday, November 13th, 2011

I attended part of a symposium yesterday at Emory’s Michael C. Carlos museum called “The Somewhere Summit, Connecting the Local to the Global in Atlanta Art”. In conjunction with Atlanta Art Now’s 2011 publication, Noplaceness: Art in a Post-Urban Landscape, the summit noted that it would “specifically discuss two related questions: How are artists redefining […]

A weekend of music and art

Monday, November 7th, 2011

This past friday evening I saw Dr. Kakali Bandyopadhyay on sitar and Anjaneya Sastry on tabla at the Schwartz Center. Both are fantastic musicians and it was a free program. Bandyopadhyay, who has been playing for twenty years, teaches sitar and North Indian classical music at Emory. Her training included classes with Ravi Shankar and […]

Can’t paint? Get in the kitchen.

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

I had a scare last week with six retinal tears in one eye that required emergency laser surgery. These occurred after posterior┬ávitreous detachments (PVD’s) in both eyes during the summer and fall. Lucky for me that the Emory Eye Clinic is nearby. By chance (because you’re usually assigned whomever is on duty), I had a […]

Victoria Webb, a life in paint

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