NEW YORK, NY.- Christopher Winter's singular paintings remind us that, once upon a time, art and magic emerged simultaneously, indeed were one and the same. Caves in the Paleolithic era were not clean, well-lighted spaces, and cave paintings were not viewed in the detached, observer-and-observed way we now regard art. They were magic in which viewers were participants. The first paintings were likely experienced as genuinely living entities, gateways into the spirit-world, the mind's own terra incognita.
Christopher Knight reviews "Phenomenal: California Light, Space, Surface," the survey of 1960s Light & Space art at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego. Read Post
TYLER, TX.- This winter, linger for a moment on the water?s edge at the Tyler Museum of Art, where you will escape into a nautical narrative of American history and maritime adventure. Reflections on Water in American Painting?The A... Read Post