1/19/2006

Judith Linhares

17 comments:

boadwee blog said...

PAINTER NYC,
I love your blog. It's excellent. I was turned onto it by Nicole Eisenman.
I linked to you today, I'm really LOVING that Matt Blackwell. Wow, those are inspirational. You'll find me at keithboadwee.blogspot.com.
Cheers,
KB

Painter said...

Hey Thanks. I would link you too but I can't figure out how to do all that fancy stuff. I followed your blog during the wife swap days.
Nicole Eisenman is one of my favorite painters.

burrito brother said...

I'm going to state that I think Jason Fox is the most interesting artist on the current painterNYC page. Maybe because he has a larger body of work that I am knowledgable about. Agree/Disagree?

Painter said...

BB, I don't think I can go that far with you on Jason Fox but I do like his work what little I have seen of it. Right now, today I am a huge Blackwell and Linhares fan. Tomorrow?
I am trying to find some good abstract painters. They are under represented here on painternyc.

Mountain Man said...

Good abstract painters. You're right it is a good challenge....you have already posted James Siena and Karin Davie. Hmmm. There is a great show by an artist I like a lot who lives upstate though - Chuck Webster at Zieher Smith.

Giles Lyon?

I look forward to what you come up with, Painter.

martin said...

How about Lois Dodd, Melissa Meyer, Stephen Westfall.

Sarah McEneaney lives in Philadelphia but shows in NYC, I think right now?

Mountain Man said...

Oh yeah. Funny how the brain goes dead when you try to think of something in particular...but maybe that's just me. Stephen Ellis, David Row. Mary Heilman.

burrito brother said...

For my money, Joanne Greenbaum is still one of the best abstract painters around.

Anonymous said...

good abstract ptrs: hyde, heilmann, jackie gendell, greenbaum, ruth root, theres a ton. bill komoski, dan walsh, mark bradford, ellen gallagher, the list is endless.

burrito brother said...

Jaquline Humphries is also interesting...
I don't know that many young abstract painters not surprisingly.

Anonymous said...

young: jacqueline gendel, alex quartler, a lot from LA

burrito brother said...

Dan Walsh is really good. I think I liked Jackie's figurative work better, but I'm waiting to hold judgement...
Have you posted your work, painter?

burrito brother said...

Oh and Ruth Root is very good - and young - but I disagree on Komoski and Bradford.
They're both too wallpaper-y.

Painter said...

Thanks for all the suggestion I have a lot to work with now.
I have posted myself. Back in November.
I was just heard about Ruth Root last night from a friend.

Jojo said...

Chris Martin. Gary Petersen. Glenn Goldberg. Dannielle Tegeder. Sharon Horvath.

w.w. said...

tom nozkowski. jasmine justice. tomma abts. scott taylor. justin adian. alison fox.

theodorosmarx said...

I can't believe only, what, one of you? even mentioned Judi's painting. Judi is a great artist who never really got her due. Go see her new works at Ed Thorp next week.

Abstract painting can be a lot of things and I'm bothered by the kind of received language that always tends to crop up around it. Some unknowns that might be interesting
Dorota Kolodziejczyk just had a show in the fall
Natasha Sweeten just had a show last week
David X Levine is a New Yorker who shows all over except in New York
Craig Taylor makes nice things and so does Jason Duval
and Gary Stephan is still painting away out there