Darkness and Light: The Paintings of Karen Gunderson

Light and contrast are two of the simplest building blocks of a work of art. It is then telling when an artist can take these fundamental concepts and create breathtaking pieces with a profound depth of meaning. For sixty years, Karen Gunderson has done just that. She is best known […]


Rorschach Blots for Change?

PROJECTIONS – a new body of work by artist Harrison Tenzer – is now on view at The Empty Circle in Gowanus through February 3rd. Emerging from the Pandemic pits of psychological survival, queer artist Harrison Tenzer turned to drawing as a defense against loneliness and anxiety, finding a new […]


Lynn Stern: “A Photographer with a Painter’s Psyche”

Although photographer Lynn Stern does not use the medium of painting to create, Stern and her photography are very much in conversation with the painter’s psyche—she thinks like a painter and her photography captures much of the texture, details, contrast, and vibrancy of painting. Contrary to conventional definitions of photography, […]

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