"There is an intelligence and sensitivity in what she does that can only be gotten by doing, and by remaining open to chance, impulsiveness and to the possibilities of what painting can teach you. At their best, these paintings embody a mystery that keeps opening up without ever revealing itself — they are that rich in their generosity."
- John Yau on Katherine Bradford’s current exhibition
at Edward Thorp. Read the rest of the review here
. Thoughtful take on Bradford’s work and the current trend of late-blooming female artists, as well as some bile directed at Eric Fischl, James Cameron, and Celine Dion.