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Melody Saraniti’s Gravitational Pull

Melody Saraniti's Gravitational Pull
Angela Bryant curated this selection of drawings and paintings by Melody Saraniti for Gravitational Pull at Design Cloud. Melody’s work adds to an ongoing conversation on Abstract Expressionism that’s spoken through gestures, layers, color, and spills. She drains the work of emotion by manipulating Pollock’s language to control what he would have used freely and toys with our expectations... 

Embody at Design Cloud

Embody at Design Cloud
Those that attended Embody were treated to an eclectic night of entertaining and enlightening performances curated by Angela Bryant. Also part of the Design Cloud event, Embrace by Meredith and Anna reached a broad, unprepared audience at Randolph Fest when the artists held each other for hours on the corner of Randolph and Peoria. Anni Holm also met audiences halfway by standing outside the gallery... 

Studio Reflections with Angela Bryant

Studio Reflections with Angela Bryant
A view of Angela Bryant’s Studio. May 2013. (Photo courtesy of the artist.) More time. It is something that so many of us could use. Angela Bryant spends a large amount of her minutes curating and teaching, so finding free moments for the studio always proves to be a challenge. When she does find time, what emerges are paintings that exude the same electric energy that is embedded in Angela’s... 

Objectify This: What’s Under the Pink

Objectify This: What's Under the Pink
“Objectify This” Show at Design Cloud, Photo Courtesy of Vanessa Ruiz Design Cloud’s current exhibition Objectify This, curated by Vanessa Ruiz, displays a concentrated emphasis on the feminine body (specifically female anatomy) to issue a pointed, yet refined overview of how women have been reduced to pieces of meat in art and since have transcended the confines of these patriarchal... 

Investigating the Underground: The Art of Harry Sudman

Investigating the Underground: The Art of Harry Sudman
I have been aware of Harry Sudman’s paintings for several years but routinely missed opportunities to view his pieces in person.  After getting in touch with Sudman, we scheduled to meet at his studio in early May to view his paintings and discuss his process.  What I had anticipated to be a brief display of paintings and a quick chat morphed into a three hour, in-depth discussion about the Chicago... 
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