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A Review of "Tula Telfair: Reverie"

by Emmanuel Whyte

Reverie marks Tula Telfair’s sixth solo exhibition at the Forum Gallery in New York. Telfair is an American landscape painter known for transporting viewers into her photo-vivid imagination, memories and contemplative spaces. On view are fourteen oil paintings: eight large compositions in color and six monochromatic abstract landscapes... More »

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At the Philadelphia Museum of Art

by Flora Armetta

Summer is winding down, but it’s not over yet; one excellent way to spend the days that remain is at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, where a refreshing pair of exhibitions make a stop in that lovely little city well... More »

The Spiritual Currency of Sylvia Maier’s Painting

by Sarah Sutro

Sylvia Maier creates everyday tableaux and multicultural portraits with deep empathy toward the people, places and situations she paints. In casual social situations like a café, a bakery or a concert, she first draws... More »

A Conversation with Bo Bartlett: Artist, Patron, Community Leader

by James Lancel McElhinney

I met with Georgia native Bo Bartlett to discuss the arts center bearing his name at Columbus State University. Our meeting took place at the Warwick Hotel, but we first met in the late seventies, and our paths crossed... More »