Marc Burckhardt

A Personal Conversation by Erin Keever Marc Burckhardt’s paintings are at once foreign and familiar. He paints in a figurative style that intentionally casts off current trends towards investigating mass reproduction, opting for a homemade, folk feel, but with a sophisticated edge. Burckhardt embraces tradition as a means to explore private realities and perhaps the … Continue reading Marc Burckhardt

Joyce Howell

by Rachel Haggerty Two canvases were poised on easels—one near completion and the other at the beginning of its creation. A palette sat near, iced with months of paint like a wedding cake that keeps getting licked before it can be served. On the far wall, seven paintings hung on pegs for inspection. I was … Continue reading Joyce Howell