Tuesday, October 04, 2016

Tasty Bits from the LES Part II: McIver, fast Mitty and Brickhouse

Beverly McIver at Betty Cunningham: idiosynratic tableaux with family members and doll
Gallery Link

Self portraits

The artist's father. The shirt in these paintings is open, like a sketch, and they are lovely paintings.

The doll herself

Beverly McIver

Lizbeth Mitty's odd, urban, dystopian fantasy at With The Thickness, a two-person at Lodge. The paint is scraped with the bottom of a brush. The images move in and out of comprehensibility, and it's a pleasure when they move away from what is known. Gallery Link

Farrell Brickhouse, showing small, glitter-infested oils.

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