Verne Stanford ducks into Mill Fine Art’s old gallery space and stares at the commission he’s been working on for the past few months (see parts one, two and three of this blog series). The triptych collage is lined up along [...]
Verne Stanford is creating a triptych collage, but the materials he’s using seem like they belong in a construction zone. He has cut a blueprint into three rectangular sections, tacked them down using colored pins, covered them with triangular bits of maps and is now stringing stainless steel [...]
It’s been a few weeks since our gallery director Verne Stanford embarked on his latest commission, and his pop-up studio in Mill Fine Art no longer looks like it’s been hit by a tornado. The tumultuous process of selecting and cutting pieces for the massive mixed media triptych is over. [...]
Mill Fine Art is divided into 3 distinct spaces. On one side of the serene courtyard is the gallery, which we’ve closed and cleared as we search for a new location. On the other end is the artist studio, which is still full to the brim with creative energy. Our gallery director Verne Stanford is [...]
“Facing East” marks artist John Chang’s debut as a curator, but you’d never be able to guess it with a look at the exhibition. The show, which features four contemporary Chinese artists, has an almost shocking aesthetic unity at first glance: everything is starkly monochrome but for a few spots of color.
“It’s dramatic, [...]
If the front of last Friday’s Pasatiempo seems familiar, that’s because you already met the cover models. Debbie Stevens’ gentle cranes from “Red Crown 3” are on the wall at Mill Fine Art through November 17 for Winged Artistry, Debbie’s joint show with Steven DaLuz. In the cover story, Debbie talks about her outdoor [...]
John Chang’s paintings are an exploration of cultural identity in the sense that they break apart mass media and known symbols until a newer—and more personalized—meaning is created. Chang describes his art as “reconsidering the boundaries between the personal and the political, between ideas of what is “American” and what is “Chinese.”
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As John Chang steps into his solo exhibition at Mill Fine Art, he insists that his work is not political.
“I don’t want to be so focused on that,” he says with a little smile. “People see, I’m doing this because I have experienced it.”
Chang’s paintings tell his life stories—of growing up during China’s [...]
In an effort to foster discussion and understanding of contemporary Chinese art, Mill Fine Art is pleased to be introducing the Oct. 19 exhibit, “Facing East: Contemporary Work From Four Chinese Artists in America.” This group show will bring together a unique array of perspectives, visions, and personal narratives as it seeks to explore the [...]
Four Chinese artists will be showing work in Mill Fine Art’s upcoming exhibit, “Facing East,” which will seek to raise awareness of contemporary culture in China, as well as to explore the popularity of Chinese art in America. Examining issues that range from cultural and geographic changes to politics and economic control, “Facing East” will [...]
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