Grounded in Place

JILL LEAR: Witness Trees of Texas by Judith Taylor Jill Lear’s interest in trees has taken her to far parts of the world. For Lear, trees are a vehicle to explore structure and order. Her expressive work is grounded in place as she seeks to discover the role a particular tree has played in its … Continue reading Grounded in Place

NANCY RUBINS

STREET ART: Outdoor Public Sculpture for the UT Campus by Erika Huddleston Standing on the sidewalk in January below a crane and a cherrypicker, Nancy Rubins directed the installation of her sculpture, Monochrome for Austin, commissioned for the University of Texas (UT) Public Art Collection. “Here was this petite woman with a walkie talkie and … Continue reading NANCY RUBINS

WILL KLEMM

THE FIGURE ARRIVES by Charles Lohrmann When an established artist creates a new body of work destined for an upcoming gallery exhibit, collectors and art watchers immediately want to know more. Does the new work represent an evolution of past work and themes or a departure into a distinctly new direction? Is it an exploration … Continue reading WILL KLEMM