The Depth of Paper: Teresa Cole at WhiteSpace

From Burnaway
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Everyone is familiar with paper, but not necessarily with how it is made. Teresa Cole’s current exhibition, “Depth of Surface,” atWhitespace brings paper to the forefront and will definitely cause you to think more about the methods of creating handmade paper, Read more…

Woodcut prints dazzle at Detroit Artists Market

From The Detroit News
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This six-person show documents the breadth of the woodcut technique, with striking images. The season opener at Detroit Artists Market, “Abstraction and Landscape: Contemporary Woodcut,” reminds us of the breadth this particular printing technique encompasses. If your memories of woodcut Read more…

Suspending Reliefs: Teresa Cole at Whitespace Gallery

From Pelican Bomb
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In her solo exhibition, “Between Origin and Present” at Whitespace Gallery in Atlanta, Teresa Cole appears to have given birth to something magical, some kind of other worldly creature, indefinable in rudimentary terms. The vortex of this mystical energy emanates Read more…

Ink and Imagery: Blue Sprial 1 takes on Printmaking

From Mountian Express
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Melding together the ideas of interpretation, representation and traditional practice, Blue Spiral 1’s current exhibition, Ink and Imagery features the works of both well-noted and emerging artists in the field of printmaking. Mountian Express (June 8, 2011) (Ashville, NC) p. Read more…

Transfer prints by Teresa Cole

From The Gambit Weekly
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Teresa Cole’s Transfer expo recycles Victorian-era trends into the globalized present. In Victorian England, the art of paper cutting became a domestic style obsession. Cutout paper silhouettes of family members and elaborate, highly stylized landscape scenes adorned fashionable parlors all Read more…

There is a Story Behind Every Pattern

From Review Arts, The Telegraph
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Curling in on Itself

It is difficult to ignore the sheer beauty of the colonial ambience when one organizes an exhibition in the Harrington Street Arts Centre. It is a presence that is captivating and perhaps even intimidating at the same time. Instead of Read more…

Pattern Recognition

From The Gambit Weekly
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It’s one of those cybernetic things — pattern recognition is about programming computers to classify random data according to statistical or hypothetical patterns. Why? So they’ll know, that’s why. Know what? So they’ll know if you’re a terrorist or not, Read more…

Making a Splash

From The Gambit Weekly
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Galleries come and go; that much we know. Yet, in this city, there always seem to be more coming than going. Still, it came as a shock when Galerie Simonne Stern closed its doors in December 2002 after owner-director Donna Read more…

Attraction of Opposites

From The Gambit Weekly
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It is said that opposites attract, but do they really? Not always; it depends on how you look at it. Not only do opposites not always attract, many aren’t even really opposite if you think about it. Like travelling to Read more…