Posts Tagged ‘John Wilson’

Dialogue: John Wilson/ Joseph Norman

Friday, September 1st, 1995

JOHN WILSON is a clas­si­cally trained artist whose life’s work has been a search for enduring, spir­i­tu­ally charged images of African-Amer­i­cans. JOSEPH NORMAN weaves together all kinds of imagery into elab­o­rate compo­si­tions that are elegant, yet full of feeling. “For both of these artists, art remains an impor­tant way to think about what it means to be human and to have an inner life.”

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12th Annual Boston Drawing Show

Saturday, April 13th, 1991

GERRY BERG­STEIN’s draw­ings show scrib­bles, scrawls, cross­ings-out, angry re-work­ings, mark­ings of struggle and doubt. From this chaos of marks on paper emerge lumi­nous little still lives, marked by the process of decay: visions of a world in flux, where every­thing is changing, growing, living, dying, and being reborn.

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