I never bought into the cult of Lucinda
Parker. Sure, the veteran painter is respected, she’s been in a jillion
biennials, and there are more paintings by her in West Hills mansions
It’s a rare artist who invigorates not one but two fusty
tropes—landscapes and floral still lifes—with jolts of fresh spunk.
Sherrie Wolf can, and in Looking Back: New Paintings, she proves
Three years ago, even as the most visible protestor in Portland, Craig Rosebraugh had trouble getting much attention for his anti-capitalist and animal-rights causes (see "Saving the World One Cat at ...