We are very pleased and proud of Doreen McCarthy’s review in Sculpture Magazine in their November publication. The review, written by Christopher Hart Chambers, highlights the first show in our gallery’s courtyard, a unique space that allows sculpture and installations to be viewed from three vantage points and offers a fully immersive experience. McCarthy took full advantage of this opportunity and created a installation of floating vinyl that Chambers describes as;
“The “backyard” is a bricked-in, urban area, characterized by fans, a cracked pavement sprouting one little
weed, and neatly piled industrial detritus. The setting made for an interesting contrast of art and environment.
One might assume that McCarthy’s works would look more at home in an ultra-slick, futuristic setting, but perhaps the juxtaposition of inner-city grit and computer-assisted design added to their “otherness.”…It was more of an attractive abstract composition, complete unto itself, not challenging the imagination to construe it as a representation of anything else.
McCarthy’s work is colorful, lighthearted, and fun, but it is also intelligently serious.” Christopher Hart Chambers, Sculpture Magazine, November 2016