Joseph Janson

Art as Choreography by Jennifer Hart To see Joseph Janson’s wire sculptures at Wally Workman Gallery is like seeing art as choreography—line drawings in space. Reminiscent of the wire sculptures of twentieth century artist Alexander Calder, Janson’s works range from single images to still life scenes, from groups of floating heads that form shapes of … Continue reading Joseph Janson

PATRICK PUCKETT

Monsteras reviewed by Kathryn Pearce Monstera deliciosa is the vividly descriptive species name for the plant that populates much of Patrick Puckett’s latest work at Wally Workman Gallery. Visually specific and iconic within the verdant realm, the Monstera has been appropriated by design, art and fashion for its evocative heart-shaped, deep green leaves with swiss … Continue reading PATRICK PUCKETT

Julia Lucey

Natural Wonders written by Ellen Heck Julia Lucey’s current show at Wally Workman, Forest for the Trees, is a series of windows into a world of interwoven wildlife. Looking at nature through multiple lenses, Lucey reveals layers of meaning with an almost ecclesiastical sense of wonder. Like the natural world, she uses color and contrast … Continue reading Julia Lucey

Nola Parker

20 Landscapes written by Kathryn Pearce Nola Parker is enthralled by the natural world, its relation to people, and how we live within it. She paints scenes that are endearingly atypical of the classic landscape genre. Contrary to a majestic Albert Bierstadt landscape, Parker’s scenes neither immortalize nor aggrandize nature, but revel in its prosaic … Continue reading Nola Parker