Morris writes that Wozniak's "colorful reflections on the landscape resonate with an underlying sense of logic. As with her earlier landscape-based work, even more focused on roadside signage and motels, the imagery of these paintings is derived from actual physical locations. From there, however, Wozniak steers us through the sharp and winding terrain of Cubism, barreling through Fauve territory with an audacious palette, then lingering to pay homage to American Modernists such as Marsden Hartley and Arthur Dove."
William Eckhardt Kohler blogs about the "weekend" exhibition Mark, Wipe, Scrape, Shape at Spaceshifter - the studio of painter Sangram Majumdar.
Kohler features "11 painters, Michael Berryhill, Gideon Bok, Matt Bollinger, Katherine Bradford, Tom Burckhardt, Jackie Gendel, Amy Mahnick, Majumdar, Kyle Staver, Didier Williams and Karla Wozniak, work in a variety of idioms; perceptual, abstract, poetical, narrative and conceptual... The dominant tone of these artists' orientation is that of idiosyncratic visionaries, rolling up their sleeves and forging a personal understanding of what painting can do. What is demonstrated here is that the newness is in what each artist brings to the table as each their own brilliant self; original rather than ideological or radical."
Edited by artist Brett Baker, Painters' Table highlights writing from the painting blogosphere as it is published and serves as a platform for exploring blogs that focus primarily on the subject of painting.