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That old adage “Those who can, do; those who can’t, teach” has never really worked for artists.
Well into her 80s, Joan Semmel continues to evolve as an artist, always growing and modifying how she presents what has been her primary subject for decades, the female form, most typically hers.
Eric Dever’s intensely hued paintings literally take over Berry Campbell’s Chelsea space in a new exhibition of recent works.
With a devotion to Tibetan Buddhist meditation a central tenet of her practice, Hildy Maze is a thoughtful and introspective artist who also needs to earn a living. In the face of a fickle art market, she has become creative in promoting her work to potential clients.