Ewan Gibbs

April 01, 2013, 8:30am

Novel Graphics: Richard Forster and Ewan Gibbs at Lora Reynolds Gallery

Take two fortyish male English artists sporting intricate, process-driven drawing prowess: one a bespectacled, intellectual northerner (Richard Forster), the other a bearded, loquacious southerner (Ewan Gibbs). Put them in a room together. Wait two years. What do you get? An intense discourse on drawing and its ability to convey emotion as acutely as a photograph. — Brian Fee, Austin contributor

Listed under: Austin, Review

December 21, 2011, 8:13am

Heart to Art: Lora Reynolds of Lora Reynolds Gallery (PART ONE)

Imagine my thrill as a seasoned New York art-goer thrust back into the unfamiliar Texas Hill Country this summer (I graduated from University of Texas at Austin but hadn't visited the city but once since then), going totally off a strong recommendation from Big Apple friends to visit Lora Reynolds Gallery. Imagine that joy when stumbling into a clean, well-lit white-box, with its raw concrete floor and huge windows, which just happened to be showing former Armory Show artist Susan Collis (So it goes, May 14-July 16, 2011).

Listed under: Austin, Heart to Art

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