For decades, New York artist Sanford Wurmfeld has created abstract paintings about color and its affects on human mood and visual perception. In his most recent and monumental works, Wurmfeld married abstract color-field painting to the art historical tradition of 360-degree panoramic painting.
Jeffrey Cortland Jones, Charlotte Sometimes, 2010 Enamel on acrylic panel, diptych 8 x 21 inches June 3-26, 2010 Christopher West Presents is pleased to announce a A Rush and a Push, an exhibition of new paintings by Cincinnati-based Jeffrey Cortland Jones. Jones, a native of East Tennessee, received his MFA in painting from the University of Cincinnati in 2000. He sees painting as a physical activity and a material process rather than as a language […]
Marsden Hartley, Painting No. 3 Fisk University in Nashvillle, TN, is planning to sell two works from its collection — Georgia O’Keeffe’s Radiator Building – Night, New York and Marsden Hartley’s Painting No. 3 — to raise funds. The works were part of Alfred Stieglitz’s personal collection and were donated to the university after his death in 1949 by Georgia O’Keeffe with the intent to challenge segregation by making the collection accessible to African-Americans […]