FLAWED

Photographs and writings by Michael Kirchoff Michael Kirchoff has spent his years capturing the still image of people, cultures, and landscapes from around the world, to around the block, with a very unique and distinctive style. A native Californian, Michael resides in Los Angeles, though equally at home trudging through Redwood forests, riding the rails … Continue reading FLAWED

Three Blocks Away but a “Move Up” for Co-Lab

by Erin Keever In Co-Lab’s fundraising video on crowdfunding site Indiegogo, the theme song from The Jeffersons sitcom plays. This campaign, which raised approximately $21,000 along with additional public and private contributions, is helping the non-profit art space realize its dream of “Movin’ On Up.” Having kept up a full-throttle exhibition and project schedule for … Continue reading Three Blocks Away but a “Move Up” for Co-Lab

PRINT AUSTIN

Will PrintAustin grow bigger, smarter and outside the box? by Veronica Ceci To the public at large, as well as for many of those in the arts, printmaking can be at best confusing and at worst impenetrable. Under the umbrella of printmaking exist many methods of execution, each with its own lexicon, tools and equipment. … Continue reading PRINT AUSTIN

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