Susan Schwalb's Work on View

Susan Schwalb has a busy summer ahead with work at the Drawing Biennale in Eislingen, Germany, the summer print show at the International Print Center, New York, NY (IPCNY), which travels to Christie’s, “Large and Small, Selections from the Kentler Flat Files,” the Kentler International Drawing Space, Brooklyn, NY, an artist book show at Center for Book Arts, New York, NY and the opening of The Art Store’s new gallery in downtown Charleston, WV.

Schwalb uses the classical Renaissance technique of silverpoint and metalpoint drawing on wood and paper to create her elegant, abstract meditations on line, grid, and subtle gradation of tone. The end effect is sometimes a surprise to Swalbe as the metals she works with tarnish in different ways.


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