Gentle Agitation by Elizabeth Chapin Jennifer Ling Datchuk’s exhibit Truth Before Flowers at Women and Their Work is a generous invitation to sit, both literally and figuratively, and to talk about and ponder the nuanced landscape of being a woman. One is met, upon entering the gallery, by three hanging macrame planters made of bright … Continue reading Jennifer Ling Datchuk
Orna Feinstein’s Papellibrium by H.C. Arnold For the past nine years, Orna Feinstein has been collecting art show invitations by the thousands. Now, she’s finally ready to show her collection in an exhibition at Women and Their Work: Papellibrium. Here, Feinstein gives us an installation that covers roughly eighty percent of the gallery floor. Her … Continue reading Perspective is everything
by Macy Ryan If you’ve run on Lady Bird Lake lately, you may think you’ve seen a ghost out on the water. And you have. Replete with personification, a dead white ghost tree floats above the lake between the Pfluger Bridge and the Lamar Bridge, while 14,000 Tibetan prayer flags wave in the wind across … Continue reading Quench Your THIRST
Following THIRST, a Rauschenberg Grant Recipient by Marjorie Flanagan If you seek strange and interesting art themes, tantalizing new techniques and mind-blowing collaborations, dig deep. Austin artists are carving out their niches with heartfelt vigor. Those who look will be rewarded with Women & Their Work’s latest highly charged art eruption, THIRST. As a recent … Continue reading Boom!