Tuesday, June 29, 2010


For the second year Chloe Nord acts as our public face daily. She says even on a slow day at least 20 or so people are in to take a look at Project Space. Busy days like Wednesday July 7th ("First Wednesday") when the new shows open, will have many more than that...better get it on your calendar...

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Jennifer Gimzewski

I am motivated to paint by the miracle of colour; its beauty and the emotional hold it has on people. I want to fill the canvas with colours that, when placed next to one another, create an emotional response from the viewer. I want to fill the space with the music of colour and allow the viewer to respond to its song. I try to find the combination of colour, shape and texture that give expression to the spaces between. It is about the space created on the canvas but, more importantly, about the space between the artist and the viewer. My paintings are about reaching across that space and inviting the viewer into my world. Inviting others to see beauty and harmony in my work.--Jennifer Gimzewski

layne's work table

Art class

views of project space 2



Isaac, film-maker


Saturday, June 19, 2010

studio artists on the Mezzanine

Elizabeth Bauman

Ann Kresge

Ann Kresge

Jennifer Gimzewski

Layne Young

Marilyn Krug

Marilyn Krug

Friday, June 18, 2010

please treat things as you would like them to be treated

the Rothstein installation continues to morph

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

views of project space

Bonnie Hull drawing


Makoto, Phil, Mike

Brandon, Paula, Layne

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Elizabeth Bauman

It was a delight to see what Elizabeth left for weekend gallery visitors to view. Her sumptuous painting reminds me of medieval paintings for being simple, lovely, and that emote romantic legends.

sky tubes

Saturday at Project Space

We just stopped in briefly yesterday and found Adam at work increasing the density of tubes.

Additionally I have a shot from Thursday of our documentarians Barbara Rowland and Phil Krug, plus the old remnant of the Metropolitan store which maybe somebody will use this summer??

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Layne Young: studio artist

My work is a constant orbit around the themes of sacred space and the indescribable, yet irrefutable quality that infuses in all things. I am fascinated by the divine: where and how it may be approached, summoned, and contained.--Layne Young

Friday, June 11, 2010

Bonnie Hull: on the edge of time, light, and shadow

It is great to see Bonnie tracing the edges of light and shadow, she finds the ephemeral within spaces and shares her vision with gallery visitors.

The slideshow below is a composite of Bonnie's time-based drawing at Project Space 2008.



Thursday, June 10, 2010

we tube: Adam and Rosalynn Rothstein

The "performance area" will be filled with a blob-like peninsula, and there is a fair amount of "thickening" to be done. Thickening is the "highly technical term" for going back over the structure and increasing the density, and decreasing the amount of free space in the tunnels and passageways. It really increases the sense of the installation as an imposition, blocking light, sound, and movement, as the structures grow, like a crystal. --Adam Rothstein

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Nord and Matsushima : improv sound and dance

more videos by Phil Krug of SAA Project Space here