Los Angeles artist Kate Gilbert recently exhibited a show of drawings for one night only in a make-shift gallery nestled between the warehouses of Asian food importers and the 32-acre cornfield / art project known as “Not A Cornfield,” now in the “Clear” phase. (http://www.notacornfield.com/). Gilbert’s simple, yet provocative, drawings felt very personal to me, expressing, at different times, whimsy, anger, sadness, flamboyance, indifference.
And there’s nothing like the happiness of a warm gun.
40″ x 60″
Tempera on matte board
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