Ever see graffiti on the street and wish you could take it home? Amber Goldhammer’s art allows you to take graffiti home. Her canvas are filled with graffiti style words and phrases in bold colors and in black and white. Looking at her work becomes almost a scavenger hunt where you are researching for words and faces through the overlaid color. One of her new series is “I Love You,” where the phrase repeats over and over again all over the canvas.
Psychotic Reaction // David Trulli // Robert Berman Gallery // 2017
David Trulli designed a series of galaxy inspired works. Titled “(space) men in the Cities,” these pieces are created in the technique known as scratchboard. Essentially, Trulli utilized a black-coated clay board in which he carefully scratched out his design. What remains are his meticulous interstellar scenes of astronauts, UFOs and swirling space comets.
(T) Galaxy Door // David Trulli // Robert Berman Gallery // 2010 (R) Gravity’s Rainbow // David Trulli // Robert Berman Gallery (L) Galaxy Bridge // David Trulli // Robert Bearman Gallery // 2015
Escape Artist // David Trulli // Robert Berman Gallery // 2017
I never expected to walk into Skidmore Contemporary Art Gallery and be confronted by my favorite comfort foods: peanut m&m’s, hershey kisses and grilled cheese sandwiches. These were not food to eat but food for thought. These larger than life canvases provide an inviting perspective of popular American foods, something sure to leave you craving for more.