Judy Ledgerwood, Grandma’s Flower Garden, 2006, acrylic gouache and oil on canvas.
Courtesy Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago.
Robert McClain in front of Gisela Colon, Ultra Spheroid Glo-Pod (Iridescent Lilac), 2015, blow-molded acrylic.
Joan Washburn and Brian Washburn in front of Ray Parker paintings
on view for the exhibition “The Nines” at Washburn Gallery, New York.
Wendy Olsoff (sitting) and Penny Pilkington (standing), 2017, in front of David Wojnarowicz, North/South: The New Legionnaires,
1986, acrylic and printed paper collage on Masonite, at P.P.O.W, 535 West 22nd Street, New York.
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