The images in First Aid manuals and airline emergency instruction cards don’t immediately bring to mind the art of tapestry, but that is where Erika Diamond’s imagination wandered when she thought about these familiar illustrations.
In a country so polarized by the current political climate, this exhibition serves as a reminder of that which ties together all of us living here now: the land itself. The landscape in American history
Take out the protractor and grab a geometry textbook, because the more time you spend with Kevin O’Toole’s intriguing wooden sculptures, the more you will want to decipher the complex and intricate relationships within and
The title of this exhibition immediately presents a curious paradox, certainly when discussing the history of art. “Redefine” is the emblematic post-modern catchword; “nature” is the archetypal imagery of traditional painting. Artists, critics and