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Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013

Celebratory paintings of Ecuador’s Antuco Chicaiza

 ¡Que Vida! Or, for those who don’t speak Spanish: “What a life!” Indeed, the vivid paintings of Ecuadorian artist Antuco Chicaiza give the impression of being both autobiographical and celebratory. La Familia, Mi Ecuador and Our Land all tell subtle stories by incorporating text
06.12.2013 | | Posted at 01:08 PM

Erickson Features Retrospective on Carol Rowan

By Peggy Sue
This past weekend several  galleries in the Historic Third Ward opened intriguing exhibitions that will lead up or continue through summer gallery night. All three appear in the Marshall Building on the corner of Buffalo and Water, which makes viewing the artwork pure pleasure when housed in one space. On the first floor of the Marshall building at Katie Gingrass Gallery, �...
Saturday, June 8, 2013

Martha Wilson and regional artists at the Portrait Society Gallery

 For 40 years, Martha Wilson has contemplated the personal and cultural implications of feminist theory through photography, performance and video. The Portrait Society Gallery offers an exhibition of the New York-based
Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Venues participating in Spring Gallery Night & Day

 The 2013 Spring Gallery Night and Day, April 19-20, explores themes reflecting life’s transitions, including the expectation of cold and rain ending in time for the popular weekend event. After 25 years, the quarterly art
Sunday, July 5, 2009

Contemporary art and fine craft

When Katie Gingrass moved her gallery from downtown to its current location in the Third Ward more than 20 years ago she was among the first to do so. Since then, many have followed her lead, helping to transform the former warehouse district into a vibrant cultural, artistic and entertainment hub...
Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Art Review

When an artist is successful, the assembled whole is greater than the sum of its parts. When a curator is successful, the whole is not necessarily greater, but creates tension and visual dialogue among artists seeing the same formal element in different ways. At Katie Gingrass Gallery, pastel artist Jody dePew McLeane and wood sculptor Joel Hunnicutt use the classical corpulence of the empty vessel—perhaps the world's oldest and most universally functional art form—to create “Relative Spaces.”
Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Today @ the Katie Gingrass Gallery

The Katie Gingrass gallery in the Third Ward spotlights the medium-spanning work of five artists for its “Impressions, Prototypes & Impastos” exhibit, which it displays through April. The exhibit is dominated by David Schaefer’s heavily textured oil paintings, conceptualizations of nature both tamed and wild . . .
Thursday, March 13, 2008

Today @ the Katie Gingrass gallery

Through April 27, the Katie Gingrass gallery in the Third Ward spotlights the medium-spanning work of five artists for its “Impressions, Prototypes & Impastos” exhibit. The exhibit is dominated by David Schaefer’s heavily textured oil paintings, conceptualizations of nature both tamed and wild . . .
Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Art Review

"Impressions, Prototypes & Impastos” (March 3 through April 27) at Katie Gingrass Gallery, 241 N. Broadway, should attract attention on Gallery Night & Day, April 18 & 19, when five artists exhibit paintings, pastels, furniture and glass. The Third Ward venue offers something for everyone, and fortunately their ever-changing inventory remains in place during specific showcase events.

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