Sacred Luminosity

Exhibition Review: Susan Pullman-Brooks’ ‘Sacred Luminosity’ At Gallery AWA

Not knowing much about the Pantheon of Ayervedic or Celtic goddesses, I was unsure how to approach this art show initially, but, Susan Pullman-Brooks' "Sacred Luminosity" made me a believer. Not only does she breathe life into a myriad of found objects, she captures the essence of something at once sacred and personal. Gallery AWA (61 … Continue reading Exhibition Review: Susan Pullman-Brooks’ ‘Sacred Luminosity’ At Gallery AWA

'Swell' by Francesco Simeti

Exhibition Review: Francesco Simeti’s ‘Swell’ At Open Source Gallery

There is a disconnect between the description of Francesco Simeti's show, Swell, and the experience of seeing his work. The show opened at Open Source Gallery (306 17th Street near 6th Avenue) on April 27 and will be on view through Sunday, May 27. The press release describes the exhibit as exploring the "human impact … Continue reading Exhibition Review: Francesco Simeti’s ‘Swell’ At Open Source Gallery

Liinu Grönlund's 'It Could Have Been'

Exhibition Review: Liinu Grönlund: ‘It Could Have Been’ at Open Source Gallery

Visiting the Open Source Gallery (306 17th Street near 6th Avenue) can be disorienting the first time. Unless you've been there before, it's hard to recognize it as a gallery at all. There are no big windows or signs -- only two large wooden garage doors painted with a mural that reads: "Spread/Love." The mural is … Continue reading Exhibition Review: Liinu Grönlund: ‘It Could Have Been’ at Open Source Gallery