Tag Archives: Drawing

So Much to See!

The more you look, the more you see in Harry Naar’s incredibly detailed drawings. They are representational, and yet in the markings themselves, they are surreal and abstract. It is a good thing they are of very large size, because … Continue reading

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Nibbling the White Cube

Back in the summer, when I last caught up with him, photographer Frank Magalhaes was exploring variations on his black-and-white “I Am a Tree” image.  His multi-angled Plexiglas presentation was in an exhibit with the group MOVIS at Mason Gross … Continue reading

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Gehry: On Line

Gehry: On Line is not about the world-famous architect hanging out with his internet but about Frank Gehry drawing lines, and it’s the subject of an exhibit at the Princeton University Art Museum, Oct 4 to Jan. 4. Caroline Harris, … Continue reading

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Making Their Marks

I used to think that drawing was preparatory to some larger accomplishment. In fact I used to use the word “sketch” to refer to anything done with pen or pencil. Of course drawing is very much its own thing, an … Continue reading

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