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Natalie Lomeli
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Tell Me More at academic gallery
Whoa, it's been a while since I've posted on here, but what the hell, here are some images from my most recent show Tell Me More at academic gallery.  This was a three person showing featuring lovely works by Jen Dwyer and Mary Negro - two of my favorite ar...

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Duane St. Hotel Mural!
Last week I was given the rad opportunity to paint a mural on a temporary wall over at the Duane Street Hotel in Manhattan. The wall is covering some construction as they build out a new space for their restaurant.  The concept for the mural was one that em...

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*T*E*L*E*S*T*R*A*T*I*O*N*S*
Our collective Gowanus Swim Society is hosting an art party this Saturday as part of Gowanus Open Studios from 6pm to close. We have a lot of really cool things lined up : Performance and video art selected by curatorial assistant Alex Sloane of PS1 from 6 ...

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Good Morning on a Tuesday
The beginning of Fall gives the first glimmer of the Seasons. For me, Summer is a time of discomfort - discomfort from humidity, missing the beaches of Southern California, and being assaulted by the aggressiveness that Summer gives to the people of New Yor...

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Winter Art Sale @ Trestle
I'm behind on blog posts, scratch that, I'm behind on life.  If there's anything New York has taught me, it's to be careful what you wish for, because I've been busy for a long time now.  Time to play a little catch up!  November 14th was the Winter Art Sal...

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Breasts and Breastmilk
A lot of my dear friends are having babies and as it's given me a small dose of baby fever. The result has been to read Breasts; A Natural and Unnatural History by Florence Williams and to watch the documentary Breastmilk by  Dana Ben-Ari .  This book was p...

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NU MURAL: Room 406!
Painting for 4 days in a row definitely has its challenges. Normally when I paint I have time to take breaks, consider options and live life - each of those being important components in finishing a work of art. Mural work is different in that it requires a...

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The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying by Sogyal Rinpoche
About four months ago Fisk had a dream that he went to Tibet.  It was a lovely dream that moved him to purchase a few books about Tibet and this was one of them. I picked this book up for a change of pace, since I hadn't really read much about Buddhism, tho...

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Véronique Gambier: Exposed Square
There's a stunning show up at Trestle Gallery this month.  I don't normally like to start a review with a compliment, but the color of this show deserves the comment. Véronique Gambier's Exposed Square is her second solo show here at Trestle Gallery, and si...

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Austin Osman Spare: The Occult Life of London's Legendary Artist
This biography was especially refreshing. I had known very little about Austin Osman Spare and this biography was detailed and thorough. I also appreciated the steady and consistent style that Phil Baker, the book's author, had while writing.  The foreword ...
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