Drapell & Saxe: the space between intent and result

The latest exhibition at 13th Street Gallery features the work of Henry Saxe and Joseph Drapell, who have positioned themselves ‘outside’ some of the dominant art movements of the last half century. I offer a response to that assertion, as well as the works on display.

Painterly Pauses: Lorena Ziraldo

Lorena Ziraldo’s paintings are both vivid and subtle, offering quiet yet engaging scenes and vignettes rendered both roughly and realistically. I offer some thoughts on her work, in my latest artist feature.