January 13, 2017
January 01, 2017
Thirteen Years of palettes
The state of my acrylic palette at the conclusion of every day from Feb 1, 2004 through Dec. 31, 2016.
December 31, 2016
December 24, 2016
Pop Stoppage Series: silly_#303
December 18, 2016
December 05, 2016
2016 at Adjacent To Life
Stapley, a lead artist for Double Fine Productions, makes his third appearance at Adjacent To Life. Expanding the scope of his previous two exhibits - which featured scenes from New York’s East Village and his daily bike commute, respectively – 2016 presents an interpretive documentation of the artist’s travels throughout the year: from Morocco to San Francisco and Costa Rica to Brooklyn.
Employing his signature color calibration and attentiveness to light’s effects, the postcard-sized gouaches capture the evanescent specifics of time of day, season, temperature and latitude.
2016: Paintings by Nathan Stapley runs through January 15 and is on view at the Adjacent to Life pop-up gallery housed in Ninth Street Espresso (341 E. 10th Street at Ave B, New York City). Fifty percent of sales donated to Natural Resource Defense Council.
November 25, 2016
November 21, 2016
Pop Stoppage Series: classmates_#302
November 16, 2016
November 15, 2016
November 01, 2016
September and October's Acrylic Palettes
October 29, 2016
Pleasure, incomprehensible at Adjacent To Life
Tinsquo's curatorial project, Adjacent To Life, presents Pleasure, incomprehensible: Embroidery by Hannah Duke.
Embroiderer Hannah Duke explores and expands upon the assumptions surrounding the “craft” of needlework. Embracing embroidery’s wedding of beauty and utility, her work explores the medium’s historic role as a form of inter-generational knowledge-transfer – while simultaneously investigating contemporary issues and expressions of gender, sensuality, time, mediation and personal narrative.
Pleasure, incomprehensible: Embroidery by Hannah Duke runs through December 2 and is on view at the Adjacent to Life pop-up gallery housed in Ninth Street Espresso (341 E. 10th Street at Ave B, New York City).