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Artist Profile: Kathryn Wiley

Ideas float. They expand. And contract. They take on the appearances of reality and then float away as you try to capture and clearly...

Artist Profile: Kathy Turner

Sailors on shore leave in NYC are “grabbing a moment.” It was a moment grabbed by many sailors and soldiers in World War II,...

Artist Profile: Steve Moen

The rhythms of color/are born/ in his haiku. They arise in his/staccato shapes/and clipped colors. They expand into/a landscape/of flowing form. Steve Moen listens to the sound...

Artist Profile: Kamilah House Dances With Color

You can feel the color. Hear it. Touch it. Dance with it. Outlines and contours appear and distinguish themselves without separating, remaining a presence...

Artist Profile: Robin Harris

It’s about food, but it’s not about food. It is really about intensity: The color. The commanding compositions. The demanding scrutiny of the ordinary....

Artist Profile: James Klumpner  

His titles are numbers, not names. The paintings are the artist’s personal thoughts, visually presented—no definitions or declarations. They’re simply a launch pad for...

Artist Profile: Michael Francis

Sometimes it’s the world you don’t really see when you’re scurrying along. The painting can be a sketchy suggestion of an actual place—like “Iceland...

Art in the City

Psychological oomph. The intensity of the surprise. The realization of impending disaster—like slipping in the shower. Or, it could be the “Aha! Moment”— a...

Alan Braley

Hill Center Galleries celebrates Alan Braley’s 80th birthday this fall with an exhibition of recent work by the Capitol Hill artist.  2019 also marks...
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