The Boston Globe Review: Uncovering the layers of wax-based painting By Cate McQuaid | The Boston Globe November 13, 2012. Who would have thought, an art critique, telling it like it is. Just a hand full of the artists in this exhibition escaped the cutting blade of this review, thankfully myself included. A good read!
Review: The Future of the Past By Jim Kiely | Big Red & Shiny | October 26, 2012 Not bad for a first review in Boston. Only problem is they mistook my younger brother Cody for my twin Rory. It happens! Check out the link. “In contrast to these installations are a large-scale portrait by […]
Congratulations! “What do you mean it’s going to crumble” was accepted for inclusion in: The Future of the Past: Encaustic Art in the 21st Century exhibition. An Invitational and Juried International Exhibition The Mills Gallery at the Boston Center for the Arts – Boston, Massachusetts Making Zane Turner the only Canadian artist working with encaustic […]
It was a privilege to be interviewed by Amatoritsero Ede from MTLS. I enjoyed their questions it gave me a chance to delve into my process and really transform my art into words, which is always a challenge. I appreciate the thoughtful insight of MTLS, making the connection between slavery, William Turners’ master works, and […]