Early Cycladic II / Syros Phase / Sculpture
With reference to both the Guardian and Girl by the Sea Series - the similarity between the pose of the little girl in the photograph holding the bird, her arms crossed across her torso and those of these figures from the Early Cycladic II / Syros Phase. Does it perhaps underlie my fascination with the pose and the obsession to do multiples?
Edward O. Wilson
I have been reading his books on biology, biodiversity, and the natural world since I started painting just 25 years ago. I am in awe of his curiosity and research and his vast array of writings. Some of my paintings have titles from his writings (eg., biophilia, waggle dance code)
Yes! We have reached the milestone – after 6 years – when we have left the brick-and-mortar location of 149 Main Street in Beacon in search of a new kind of format for the gallery. And yes, I will continue curating for TheoGanz Studio, at venues and times to be determined. For now, we are available by appointment to represent the original graphics and sculpture of Inuit artists from Cape Dorset.
TheoGanz Studio online publications
Online catalogues created for artists' exhibitions and Cape Dorset inventory of prints and sculpture. See The Magical Creatures of Meelia Kelly Drawings from the Archives with a beautiful foreword by John Westren from Dorset Fine Arts, Toronto.
Dorset Fine Arts
An extensive and illuminating archive of available Inuit art plus informational insight into the history of the co-op.
An annual public sculpture exhibition at various locations along Main Street in Beacon, New York.
Founded in 2013 by Eleni Smolen in honor of Beacon's Centennial Year.