- Saw Project
- Painting Love Shack
- Waking Up And Getting Up
- Get In The Pit
- Something More
- Save Me From What I Want
- Now I'm Stuck Here
- XO LINKS
- Artists to Watch 2017 - by John Arvanitis, Take Magazine
All of these artists sculpt, paint, record, and perform works worth following, especially considering our current social and political climate. Since we’ve recently been reminded that we cannot rely on the centralized leadership of our democracy to defend our integrity as human beings, or the integrity of thought through the defense of facts and mutual respect, we look to artists like these as our true cultural gatekeepers. The artists on our list are people we can trust to use bold expression, tenderness, and knowing imagery to question the status quo.
At Mills Gallery, art that shatters boundaries - by Cate McQuaid, The Boston Globe
Refreshing and robust, “Space and Intimacy” examines how contemporary art shatters boundaries, and not just those between mediums — sometimes it pushes at the edge between viewer and art.
Artist’s Voice: Coe Lapossy
Interview for BRINK v2: Space and Intimacy
An Exercise in Tagnled Self Reference
“An Exercise in Tangled Self Reference”, paintings by Ann Hanrahan and Coe Lapossy On view at Arts Collinwood Gallery Friday, September 14 – October 7, 2012