• Ryan Martin at VOLTA NY

    The paintings of San Francisco based Ryan Martin are hypnotic in their rich color and harken to the tradition when painters were inspired by a muse. His work captured our attention at VOLTA NY as it straddled the lines between an unapologetic imagination and fantastic vision.             Featured Image:  Ryan Martin, Sweet Thing, oil on […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments April 4, 2014
  • Michael John Kelly

    Monsters All Monsters This is an animation of Jim Shaw singing to my studio.  I’m watching on webcam from the past, before I moved back to LA to attend UCLA for my MFA  My friends call me Mike Kelly, but obviously I’ve never considered showing under that name.  Moving to LA I wondered how I […]

    Michael John Kelly 0 Comments December 2, 2013
  • Amelia Alcock-White: The Wonder of Ambiguity

    Working with oil paint, Amelia Alcock-White employs a “wet on wet” technique that mimics the fluidity of water, an ongoing source of investigation in her practice.   Installation Magazine:  When did your fascination with water as a subject first begin? Amelia Alcock-White:  Water as a subject came to the forefront in my art with the […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments June 28, 2013
  • TurningArt Spotlight: Winston Chmielinski

    While based on opposite ends of the country, Turning Art and Installation practice a shared commitment to fostering talent and encouraging art enthusiasts to become collectors.  In our ongoing collaboration with TurningArt, we explore the practice, philosophy, and works of Turning Artists.  This week, we turn our TurningArtist spotlight to Brooklyn-based oil painter Winston Chmielinski. […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments April 18, 2013