• The Ethnographic Journals of Gregory Siff

    “Did we forget? Life is a thrill!” The studio echoes with the unmistakable charismatic voice of Gregory Siff. The proclamation is accentuated by the cadence of his Brooklyn accent and while much of his face is covered by a cloth mask bearing the official logo of the Major League Baseball commission there are traces of […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments December 3, 2020
  • Minjae Lee’s Subconscious Compositions

    My work is just like meditation for me.  The basic principle of all my drawings is to illustrate fun and flowing compositions.  I try not to think about anything when I’m working because I like to immerse myself in the moment, I like to flow within the rhythm of the drawing.  As a result most […]

    Minjae Lee 0 Comments December 31, 2013
  • Miguel Endara: Stippling Effect

    Miguel Endara illuminates ink and paper with dimension, depth and precision through an intricate stippling technique. Benjaman Kyle Benjaman Kyle is a portrait of a man with no identity.  His name is the pseudonym adopted by Benjaman Kyle himself, who has dissociative amnesia.  He was discovered unconscious on August 31, 2004, and is believed to […]

    Miguel Endara 0 Comments September 20, 2013
  • Lisa Golightly: Flooded

    The works in the Floodline series reflect Lisa Golightly’s challenge to handle the uncertain outcome of acrylic paint and fabric dye on paper. The title Floodline has as much to do with the process and materials as it does to do with the subject.  Experimenting with fabric dye on paper in a method that uses […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments July 12, 2013
  • Daniel Barreto: Urban Density

    Installation recently discovered the works of emerging artist Daniel Barreto on Tumblr.  A freelance artist still pursuing an art degree, Barreto thrives by sharing his work on a dynamic, interactive platform.  Barreto presents a diverse body of work that juxtaposes technology with traditional mediums.   Installation Magazine: The Photography Series of Profiles merges the urban landscape […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments May 11, 2013
  • Miller Updegraff: Before the Image Fades

    There are several raw canvases that have been stretched by hand, drying on the lawn in the mid afternoon sun.  Several overturned, empty white gallon buckets support either side.  A makeshift assembly line that would only be possible in Southern California.  Seated outside of his converted garage studio, Miller Updegraff wrings his hands, stained from […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments April 2, 2013