Flash Art
by Judd Tully

Amat’s sunstroked surfaces of paper pulp marinated with pigment and wax contain the fantastic architecture of Antoni Gaudi’s Finca Güell Read more…

San Francisco Chronicle
by Judd Tully

In 1942 when the Art Institute of Chicago, the proud owner of Grant Wood’s best-known’ painting, “American Gable,” mounted a Read more…

Flash Art
by Judd Tully

The surface textures of Bianchi’s large abstract paintings jump from a gray expanse of sagebrush blown desert to a wave Read more…

ART/WORLD
by Judd Tully

It seems that the Lee Strasberg School of Method Acting and the black leather boot marks of James Dean and Read more…

Flash Art
by Judd Tully

In a tailored tongue-in-cheek coincidence, the conceptualist duo, Vitaly Komar and Aleksandr Melamid, exhibited their paintings in New York on Read more…

Flash Art
by Judd Tully

Concrete machine guns sporting crenated stocks spit streams of water into a pentagon shaped trough embellished with General Electric logos. Read more…

Flash Art
by Judd Tully

During the month of April, Rappaport exhibited seven of his recent oil canvases (all 103 x 78 inches) in a Read more…

Flash Art
by Judd Tully

The fauvist landscapes in Martha Boyden’s paintings are inhabited by an exotic lot of Amazonian women, shy of facial expression Read more…

Flash Art
by Judd Tully

Joseph Delaney’s fifty-year retrospective of New York City parade scenes on canvas creates a cacophony of expressive images, a sometimes Read more…

Flash Art
by Judd Tully

Tracking Lupertz’s acrobatic leaps on the canvas trampoline hasten a psychosomatic out- break of vertigo. From the unappetizing palette of Read more…