Tonalism then

As a follow up to my recent post offering two contemporary Tonalist works at Oxford Gallery, this painting of Venice, by George Henry, was on view at the same time as the current work. This one is part of Jim Hall’s available inventory of historical Tonalist work. It’s an amazing painting, in many ways, not […]

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Dean Mitchell

There are certain painters whose work, the first time I see it, floods me with relief, the way I often feel when I walk through the door of my home after a long road trip. My burdens drop away because I can see, through the work, that everything I need is always at hand, in […]

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Haunted by God’s loophole

I went back online recently to get another glimpse of Susie MacMurray’s masterful A Mixture of Frailties, the first work of hers that stunned me when I stumbled upon her solo exhibition at Danese/Corey seven years ago. I was delighted and a little surprised that it continues to resonate in new ways after the passage […]

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Tonalism now

This painting, from a recent group show at Oxford Gallery, has grown on me since I saw it. It fell into a group of paintings interspersed throughout the show that were essentially Tonalist work from various periods. Jim Hall has bought and sold Tonalists for years, and has a stock of examples from well over […]

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Thalia Suzuki Keple

I have been involved with fiberarts and crafts since childhood. After a career in Food Science and the software industry, I have returned to jewelrymaking and weaving. My work has been seen at the Ashland Art Center, Grants Pass Museum of Art, Rogue Gallery and Waterlily Studio in Florence, OR. My jewelry combines fiber, exotic fabrics, beads, metals and braids… Read more →

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