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To hell and back

Years before the 2020 pandemic, artist Michelle Gagliano developed a fascination with Dante’s Inferno and set out to...

Less is more

By Ramona Martinez  The paintings in “Solace,” shown this month on Studio IX’s virtual gallery, are large. Most of...

All in good fun

Two days before the opening of their joint show at Studio IX, Virginia Rieley and Eliza Evans are together in the...

Ripple effect

A little boy stares into a river while ghostly shadows move through the current. The long, lithe bodies could be lost...

The future of work

Throughout modern history, certain movements have changed how we work—the Industrial Revolution, the birth of the...

Exposure therapy

Before meeting on the patio outside Kardinal Hall, Richard Needham worried about his outfit. He thought his white...

Electric connection

On an overcast and humid evening on the Downtown Mall, multi- media artist Golara Haghtalab seems to fill the...

Jeremy and Allyson Taylor’s...

When it comes to visual art (paintings in particular), you can’t throw a rock without hitting a pastoral fantasy....

Motherhood is at the center...

When you imagine a mother, what do you picture? A woman up to her elbows in soapy dishwasher with a baby strapped to...