Vol. 10.27.2019 | Sunday Selects

KELSEY IRVIN

Irvin is driven to bring new life to objects that may otherwise be lost and deteriorated in time. The challenge she seeks is to maintain a balance between working with such old objects and recreating them in a contemporary artwork that holds the test of time.

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BRANDON REESE

Reese’s most recent pieces combine salt glazed stoneware and reclaimed native wood. His work is predominately known for its simple, familiar forms created in a variety of methods and at such large scales that the pieces push the traditional boundaries of ceramic art.

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TABLES

Exhibit by Aberson has been searching for and acquiring objects from around the world. A fusion of modern design and primitive form, these design objects are hand-selected to add texture and interest to spaces.

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MICHELLE Y WILLIAMS

Williams seeks to find balance within the work; experimenting and exploring ways to refine her craft without self-constraint. “If I am able to engage the observer, make a connection which couldn’t be conveyed verbally and ultimately elicit a visceral reaction - my work is done.”

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THE WOMAN ARCHIVING THE WORLD’S OCHERS

At her cabin in the woods of Washington, Heidi Gustafson is creating a many-colored library of one of mankind’s first pigments.

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FARMHAND SALAD WITH GOAT CHEESE

A trip to a local farm can yield a wonderful salad.

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THE FLORAL TONICS ONE DESIGNERS RELIES ON TO STAY BALANCED

Behnaz Sarafpour shares her recipes for restorative elixirs inspired by Persian folk medicine.

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JAZZ NIGHT IN AMERICA: THE PLAYLIST

Consider it a modern jazz survey at ground level, from stone classics to state-of-the-art jams.

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THE COLOR OF NOISE: WHAT DO HUES HAVE TO DO WITH SOUND?

 Watch this video, and you may find that the hues of noise are all around you—and that you never recognized what you were hearing.

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