VOL. 04.01.2018 | SUNDAY SELECTS

     
COURTNEY GARRETT



Courtney J. Garrett has created a minimal yet sophisticated approach to capturing inspiring images of storms, rural landscapes, and architectural sketches in her oil paintings and mixed media works.



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DEBORAH T COLTER



Deborah T Colter practices fearless trust in her process of creating. She believes a painting needs to have rhythm, balance, harmony, life and a spark of magic.



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 SILVIA POLOTO



Brazilian-born Silvia Poloto is an accomplished artist working in a range of visual disciplines. She is known for her lively abstract canvases and mixed-media sculptures. Recognized for her dynamic compositions and color sensibility, Poloto exploits a vibrant visual vocabulary of boldness and subtlety.



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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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THE GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS’ 70-YEAR-OLD TRUTH-TELLER



“I try to be an artisan,” he adds. “There is a purity to teaching as an assistant — a virtue in being a craftsman and having a craft. It’s the nuts-and-bolts stuff that appeals to me, and the relationships.



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COCONUT CUSTARD AND RHUBARB TART



Dairy-free, flourless, kosher for Passover, and pretty in pink—this rhubarb-topped tart is just the thing for all of your spring celebrations.



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STRAIGHT TO THE MELON



Basil Chili Syrup gives this cocktail a kick. It might sound intimidating, but its simple.



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MAKE T SOMETHING | MISHA KHAN



Watch the NY Times Make T Something featuring artists Misha Khan



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SONGS WE LOVE: TERENCE BLANCHARD, ‘DEAR JIMI (FEAT. THE E-COLLECTIVE)’



Blanchard has recently had success with more formal expressions of artistic intent. By design, the E-Collective works closer to ground level.



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VOL. 03.25.2018 | SUNDAY SELECTS

ALAN ALLDREDGE



Alan Alldredge investigates processual abstraction with flowing pathways of texture, reflection, and illusion.



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JEN PACK



The work embodies a space in the seam between painting and sculpture, yet is made of fabric. It is made of small distinct pieces, reordered and fused, which become a new whole based on their orientation to each other; yet, each small bit still retains its integrity.



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JENNIFER JL JONES



Employing multiple layers of abstraction and combined mediums including a refined glazing technique, she creates rich, organic patinas that evoke universal emotional and physical connecting points for the observer.



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KEN TATE



Louisiana non-figurative artist Ken Tate’s art explores the more emotional aspects of the human condition.



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AS THE WORLD MELTS, AN ARTIST FINDS BEAUTY IN ANCIENT ICE



In the early nineteen-fifties, the United States government embarked on a top-secret endeavor to build a network of nuclear-missile launch stations beneath Greenland’s ice sheet.



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WINTER RETREAT BLOOD ORANGE KALE SALAD



Winter retreat Blood Orange Kale Salad with superfood ingredients that will nourish you from the inside out!



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PAPER PLANE COCKTAIL



Combine amaro, Aperol, bourbon, and lemon juice in a cocktail shaker. Fill with ice and shake vigorously until outside of shaker is frosty, about 20 seconds. Strain into 2 coupe glasses



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EDIE CAMPBELL: IN THE ARENA



The British model and rising horsewoman takes on the world of eventing



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EARLY ALTERNATIVE



Singer and songwriter Lou Reed poses for a portrait wearing a hat sunglasses and a studded · ‘Lou Reed Live’ Portrait For Album Cover ·



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VOL. 03.20.2018 | JIM POLAN

ABOUT JIM POLAN



Jim Polan loves stories. He tells them, he paints them. Sometimes the title precedes the paint, but sometimes it’s the other way around. In most works, the title is intended to be a compositional element. The works, more or less, are edited action paintings with narratives. Despite his three degrees, Polan still claims that whatever he learned of art, he learned in his father’s studio.

VOL. 03.18.2018 | SUNDAY SELECTS

BRANDON REESE



According to Reese, “My art wears the fingerprints, cuts, dents and other texturing as a roadmap and documentation of its creation.”



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JAMIE KIRKLAND



Jamie Kirkland seeks to evoke a sense of limitless space, of expansiveness, stillness and calm in her paintings. Her work has been described as “minimalist abstract landscape.



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JERI EISENBERG




Eisenberg’s work steadfastly serves as an affirmation of beauty in the everyday natural world, but is tinged with the bittersweet - a reminder of the temporal condition, and an elegy for life.




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BO AND OLIVIA JIA



Bo and Olivia Jia’s Cold Mountain series of ceramic celebrates the traditions of Chinese porcelain and pays homage to past lifestyle’s master potters.



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WHY ARE ART AFICIONADOS FLOCKING TO THIS TUSCAN FARMHOUSE?



Owner Riccardo Barsottelli’s Locanda al Colle is a treasure trove of rare works from his private collection.



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BASIL OLIVE OIL CAKE WITH SWEET WHIPPED CREAM



This recipe is such an amazing fresh twist on the classic Italian olive oil cake. The basil lends a beautiful aromatic flavor to the cake without overpowering it. This is great served in the summer when basil is plentiful but nice any time if you can’t wait.



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LADY STONEHEART



Keep the vibe happy with a little bubbly.Read: Owner Riccardo Barsottelli’s Locanda al Colle is a treasure trove of rare works from his private collection.



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INSIDE ELLSWORTH KELLY’SAUSTIN



Ellsworth Kelly’s ”Austin,” the artist’s final work and only building, opened in February at the University of Texas’s Blanton Museum of Art



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OLIVER / ABERSON



Henry Aberson and Stephanie Oliver’s new EP Oliver/Aberson features original music written and performed Aberson and Oliver along with Pat Kelly, Ron Ellicott and Bryan Lee.



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VOL. 03.13.2018 | PASCAL

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ABOUT PASCAL



Pascal Pierme does not “feel good” unless he is making. From an early age, his grandfather’s garage studio inspired him to push the boundaries of his innovative mind and creative endeavors. Gaining notoriety in Europe as a promising young sculptor, Pierme had many solo exhibitions and showed alongside creative giants, including Pierre Cardin. Originally from St. Rafael, France, Pierme decided to move to New Mexico and settle in Santa Fe in 1997. Acknowledging his foreign status in America, he saw this as an advantage; seeing the surrounding landscape and culture with fresh eyes and incorporating these discoveries into his process. Uncovering peace and inspiration in his surroundings, Pierme opened a new chapter in his career as a sculptor. His evolved process and risk-taking has turned heads both nationally and internationally. Critics, curators, collectors and artists alike revere his ongoing bodies of work.

VOL. 03.11.2018 | SUNDAY SELECTS

FABIO MODICA



As a painter I like to talk about the human condition, through the representation of the human body and face.



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FOEJKE FLEUR



After graduating in both Design and Fine Arts, Foekje Fleur found her way by making objects that are functional and yet, give space for thought. Her attractive and colourful designs seem playful at first sight, but are in fact inspired by serious topics like environmental pollution and animal rights.



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KELSEY IRVIN



Kelsey Irvin’s work is collecting traces of peoples lives. Her work is very much related to memories and storylines.



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MARLIES HOEVERS



As a former interior architect I have always been attracted to materials in buildings. I am fascinated by the way concrete ages, how it gets little cracks and obtains different compositions of colors over time



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AT THE NOGUCHI MUSEUM, WORLDS OF STONE FUSE THE PHYSICAL AND THE DREAMLIKE



The best place to start at the Noguchi Museum’s modest but tightly packed retrospective of the whimsically literary Uruguayan-American sculptor Gonzalo Fonseca, is with his 1961 painting “Facade II.”



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BA’S BEST LASAGNA



Why in the world would we tell you to make meatballs, brown them, and then break them into pieces—for a ragù? Sounds crazy, but it’s the best way we found to sear a big batch of meat without overcooking it



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BOULEVARDIER



This simple cocktail, basically a Negroni made with whiskey instead of gin, dates back to the late 1920s, but has recently enjoyed a comeback in bars across the country



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BASHOIRI



Sumo wrestlers arrive in style in a study of pre-tournament exchange.



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NIKLAS PASCHBURG, ‘OCEANIC



This is likely to be one of the most beautiful albums you’ll hear in 2018.



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