Ruth Marshall: Knitting the Endangered


Ruth Marshall’s creations weren’t inspired by visits to art galleries or at a university class, but by working at the Bronx Zoo. Marshall is an Australian-American contemporary textile-knit artist, whose vivid hand-knit replications of endangered animals remind us of the threat they face and the importance of wildlife conservation. Her work will be spotlighted in a solo exhibition [Read More...]

Catherine Suttle: Spaces and Structures


Catherine Suttle’s paintings encourage audiences to appreciate the little things that are all around us but sometimes fail to notice. “My paintings reflect my conviction that beyond the obvious, there are nuances and subtleties to be seen and appreciated,” Suttle said. “They give my paintings their character, their personality. I enjoy the unexpected and the awkward, and my [Read More...]