This week's edition of Tucson Weekly took note of my ongoing show at Atlas Fine Art in two separate articles. Rachel Cabakoff wrote a generous piece for the City Week section and Margaret Regan included a thoughtful review in her article "Art Gone Wild." You can read the full articles by following the links above, or read an excerpt from Regan's article below.
"Asterisk 1" and "Asterisk 2" seem to have their origins in a point right in the middle of the picture plane. But the more you look at their bursting colors—green, red, yellow, hot pink—and at their darting lines, the more confused you get. With vanishing points all over the place, you don't know where one troop of lines starts and another one stops. It's op art meets conceptual art.
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Ken is a painter who currently lives in Ridgewood, NY and maintains a studio in Greenpoint.
About This Blog
This blog is meant to share an inside look at my studio practice. I will also be sharing links to other interesting blogs and web projects and will share news and exhibition opportunities from time to time.
See two of my paintings and an artist statement published in conjunction with the 26th Tallahassee International Exhibition at the Florida State Museum of Fine Art.
Check out these two recent articles which mentioned my work in the Tucson Weekly. The first by Margaret Regan and another written by Rachel Cabakoff.
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