|Ed Fraga, She Bore His Child, Then She Bore Witness, 2010, oil on canvas stretched over birch panel. (Photo: Tim Thayer. This and all other images courtesy of the artists and Lemberg Gallery.)|
A note of sincerity is sounded by my fellow Kresge Fellow Ed Fraga whose 2010 painting She Bore His Child, Then She Bore Witness is the star of the show. The painting, imbued with enigma as Fraga's work always is, conjures up a scene of psychological abjection. (The trauma, as Julia Kristeva notes in Powers of Horror, associated with "
|G. Bradley Rhodes, The Research Assistant, 2010, acrylic and graphite on paper collaged on canvas.|
|Heather Blackwell, Molly, 2010, oil on canvas.|
|Lynne Avadenka, Comes And Goes III, 2010 (one side), relief printing, lithograph, typewriting on mixed media. (Avadenka photos: R.H. Hemsleigh.)|
|Lynne Avadenka, Comes and Goes III (the other side).|
|Lynne Avadenka, Comes and Goes VI, 2010 (one side), relief and letterpress printing, typewriting on mixed media.|
|Lynne Avadenka, Comes and Goes VI (the other side).|