Becoming: Cleaver & Cherry
On Thursday, February 17, 7:00 p.m. EST, we sit down with artists Richard Cleaver and Schroeder Cherry to explore how they have come to make the art they make. Created over time and in sequence, with one thing following another, works of art are rarely one-offs. Reflection, correction and refinement are essential to an artist’s process: there is always precedent, always a reason for art being as it is. Join us as we look specifically at how the artists’ physical conditions affected the trajectory of their art. Learn more and register here.
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This Can Be Yours
With each newsletter, we offer a work of art by Peter. This drawing from 2003 (written about and shown as a larger image above) can be yours for just $15 if you are the first to email Peter to claim it. If you want to see more art for sale, visit the sales gallery at the Bruun Studios website.
It’s about time to formally acknowledge the team responsible for putting Out of Place together each issue. While Peter does the bulk of the work selecting what to write about and then doing the writing, the publication would not be what it is each month without the invaluable participation of Leigh Perkins as editor, and Megan McCarthy as designer, who from here on out are acknowledged for their roles in credits below.