Painter Jane Dickson speaks with her friend, Los Angeles sculptor Liz Larner about the metaphysical expressed in the always-bold physicality of Larner’s work.
Graphite and charcoal drawing of a dark street corner, Terminal Bar by Jane Dickson. This article is only available in print.
Oil on canvas painting, Charge II by Jane Dickson. This article is only available in print.
WEB EXCLUSIVE How does the formless become form? Jane Dickson speaks with the sculptor Arlene Shechet on the eve of her one-woman exhibit at Jack Shainman Gallery––about time and the Buddhist precept of paying attention.
Mary Carlson takes inspiration from religious iconography, demons, and snakes in her latest exhibition, Beautiful Beast.
Sculptor Judith Shea curates an archive of self-portraits by women members at the National Academy Museum.