Saturday, May 17, 2008
Gail Potocki is a contemporary painter who's work looks like it's from an older time.
I had a few paintings by her in Roq la Rue's "Venus" show last year, and while it stood out technical-wise (by that I don't mean quality-wise but rather her specific painterly technique) it still fit in amongst the other, pop-ier work. She's one of those exceptional artists who doesn't need a gallery as her work is bought off her studio walls- but I think she'll be at Billy Shire Fine Arts in December.
Posted by Kirsten Anderson at 4:01 PM