design

Malcolm Moran, Currachs:  Paintings, Monotypes and Collages 

“A story with many chapters” is how Malcolm Moran describes his life.   Moran has had many influences. He has lived internationally and worked in business.  His anchor is his boats, the Irish fishing currachs that he has been painting consistently over the last 8 years.  They represent “tenacity, determination and sacrifice” that his family (ancestors) [...]

Malcolm Moran, Currachs:  Paintings, Monotypes and Collages 2022-06-24T10:43:15-05:00

Penny Putnam: Conversations in Light and Color

At The Barn, Downing Yudain Gallery Photography by ChiChi Ubiña Penny Putnam’s is the classic American story: small town girl from the Midwest (and then the South) goes to New York City to chase a career. A 35 year immersion in graphic design followed. Working initially for Raymond Loewy, the famous industrial designer, and eventually [...]

Penny Putnam: Conversations in Light and Color2022-04-12T11:51:56-05:00

Robert Mars – The Intersection of Celebrity and Consumer Culture

By Nancy M. Better Photography by ChiChi Ubiña On a midsummer morning, Robert Mars drops his two young sons at day camp, then heads to a local coffee shop to discuss plans for a skateboarding park with fellow community members. Clad in blue jeans and t-shirt, with gray hair and a scruffy beard, he looks [...]

Robert Mars – The Intersection of Celebrity and Consumer Culture2019-07-31T18:10:28-05:00