Artists

Mallory Lake

A recent show at William Baczek Fine Arts in Northampton, Massachusetts, testified to the perennial lure of Italy. In subtle, densely blended pastels Mallory Lake depicts villas and landscapes in Tuscany, Emilia Romagna and the Veneto, as well as the shoreline of Lake Como. This forty-work solo exhibition also included New England...

Alice Dalton Brown

The impressive retrospective of Alice Dalton Brown’s paintings, seen during March at the handsome new quarters of the Fischbach Gallery in New York City, featured a large (54" x 68") oil study of a shaded entrance to a classical Victorian home. Hint of Autumn (2003) contains all the important elements and themes one associates with...

Gary Weisman

This winter the Frederick Baker Gallery in Chicago presented a solo exhibition by sculptor Gary Weisman. Weisman’s bronzes—mostly nude figures and animals—are notable for their energetic musculature and rich, patinated surfaces. Some works, such as the beefy torso Center, Male (24˝ high), have the look of antique fragments, with an...

Renée Foulks

In fall 2003 the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts presented “In Quest of Oracles and Sacred Places: Renée Foulks’s Work of the Last Decade,” a show of sixteen paintings with accompanying studies, sketches and notebooks. The title of the exhibition refers to holy sites and the ancient oracles, pronouncements by seers and sibyls...

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