Category Archives: Endless

Correlation of Space: Gehry Kohler and Vincent Como

I recently have became familiar with Kansas City based artist, Gehry Kohler.  More specifically, his process-based drawings.  The drawings, at first glance, resemble minimalist works of the 1960′s, but upon closer examination his detailed labor intensive process starts to show. … Continue reading

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Maureen Nolette

Maureen Nollette’s installations and drawings use everyday materials and  laborious process  to create dense patterns and environments.  These works are gridded and uniform, using a system that serves as a sort of loom. Most often Nollette uses ribbon as her … Continue reading

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Michelle Grabner in Color

Our exhibition Endless includes the methodical tondo drawings of Chicago-based artist, eductor, writer, gallerist (and more, I’m sure) Michelle Grabner.  Her works create a mesmerizing space of repetitive marks that seem simultaneously mathematical and rather intuitive.  I’m trying to figure … Continue reading

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