On Dawn Cerny at Melanie Flood Projects, Portland, OR.
Jovencio de la Paz at Holding Contemporary in Portland, OR.
On Yulia Pinkusevich's Calm Under the Waves in the Blue of My Oblivion at Archer Gallery.
The winnowing process is ancient. Early Egyptians depicted this method of separating grain from chaff, as did the Ojibwe.
Review of Rami George's window exhibition at PCC Paragon Gallery, January 2021.
Review of Panteha Abareshi and Kayley Berezney's exhibition NO SANCTUARY at Fuller Rosen Gallery in Portland, Oregon.
It’s easy to compartmentalize nature as a singular entity—we’re either in it or we’re not—and it feels quite distant during pandemic times. But perhaps our relationship to nature could become more fluid, more interconnected, more spiritual. Such is the central topic of Adams and Ollman’s group show, Eartha, featuring the works of seven artists grappling with their place in the natural world.