Sunday, October 7, 2018


By Gregory & Ernest Disney-Britton
Philip Campbell's "Annunciation Lily" (2018)
Dressed in his standard black T-shirt and black jeans, Philip Campbell watched knowingly as one of the gallery guests staggered drunkenly from his opening night reception. Then he looked at Ernest and said, “Good luck.” Painter, sculptor, ringmaster, and shaman, Campbell’s new show “Bulletproof” is about safety and protection from a society filled with dangers. His colorful quilts are made from kevlar, with images like a German Shepard, or a Lily. Campbell is also the 2016 winner of the Alpha Omega Prize, and voting for 2018 is now open to our followers through November 1st. That’s why Philip Campbell’s “Annunciation Lily” (2018) is our art of the week.
February 2018 - Carole P. Kunstadt's "Sacred Poem XI," 7.5 × 8 × 1.5 in. 24 karat gold leaf, gampi tissue, thread, paper: pages from Parish Psalmody dated 1844. Private Collection
March 2018 - Gary Gee's "Even with a Cracked Crown, a King is Still a King" (2018). Underglaze, hematite, black diamond, and gold luster on ceramic. 6' x 3-1/3" x 3
April 2018 - Kehinde Wiley's "Lamentation Series"
May 2018 - Patrick McGrath Muniz's "Cruz Y Ficcion" (2018) in CREDO exhibition. Oil on canvas, 42 x 80 inches
June 2018 - Ramon Maiden tattoos Christ, the Virgin Mary and other Christian images
July 2018 - Bill Viola's video game to explore a spiritual journey
August 2018 - Stephen Sawyer's "Calvary" explores heroin addiction
September 2018 - John Gutoskey's "PULSE Nightclub: 49 Elegies" is a series made to honor and commemorate–-with a monoprint–-each of the 49 people massacred at the LQBTQ PULSE nightclub in Orlando, Florida on June 12, 2016.