Amanda Douberley

21 entries
Arts Review
Ewan Gibbs: Pictures of Pitchers
The eight drawings of baseball pitchers, all in the same balletic contortion, are all about the pleasure of looking

Arts, April 4, 2008

Arts Review
Greetings From Berrydale
Ryan Lauderdale's quasi-psychedelia and Michael Berryhill's stylized visions have little relationship, but both artists make a strong showing

Arts, Feb. 22, 2008

Arts Review
Donna Huanca: Secret Museum of Mankind
The artist's self-proclaimed graveyard of old art doesn't make for a tight show, but it's an ambitious one

Arts, Jan. 18, 2008

Arts Review
'Jorge Macchi: The Anatomy of Melancholy'
This Argentinean artist's work may not grab you immediately, but its understated lyricism will linger

Arts, Jan. 11, 2008

Arts Review
Double Vision: Chris Chappell and David Ohlerking
This show demonstrates how two painters working from the same subject can end up with radically different canvases

Arts, Dec. 28, 2007

Arts Review
Collaboration From Conception
Half the exhibition calls into question notions of originality and authenticity, but the other half undermines it

Arts, Dec. 14, 2007

Making the Scene
Making the Scene
Looking back at the time when Austin was at the center of the Texas art world

Arts, Aug. 24, 2007

Arts Review
'Cantanker/us'
'Cantanker/us,' a show of artwork by the staff of the visual-arts magazine Cantanker, is a rare opportunity to consider both sides of each artist/staffer's practice

Arts, June 22, 2007

Arts Review
Jeff Williams: Thickly Settled
For his exhibit 'Thickly Settled,' artist Jeff Williams has blanketed an array of everyday objects in an electrostatic flocking fiber that looks a lot like dust from an AC window unit

Arts, June 8, 2007

Arts Review
'Jennifer Balkan: Her New Work'
In her new work, Austin artist Jennifer Balkan takes up certain surrealist painters' penchant for self-portraiture and dense symbolism, with intriguing results

Arts, May 18, 2007

Arts Review
'Elaine Bradford: Freaks of Nurture'
In her exhibition "Freaks of Nurture," Elaine Bradford's crochet-covered menagerie of stuffed animals is equal parts lighthearted nonsense and poignant sadness

Arts, March 23, 2007

Site Unseen
Site Unseen
'America Starts Here' shows how the pioneering artistic team of Kate Ericson and Mel Ziegler made the overlooked visible

Arts, March 23, 2007

Arts Review
'Christopher Schade: Islands'
When a painting can make you seasick – as the ones in Christopher Schade's Islands series can – you have a work that's worth a look and a look again

Arts, Jan. 26, 2007

Top 10 Visual Arts Exhibitions of 2006 (in chronological order)
Top 10 Visual Arts Exhibitions of 2006 (in chronological order)
Chronicle arts writer Amanda Douberley names the Top 10 visual arts exhibitions of 2006

Arts, Jan. 12, 2007

Curatorial Reportage
Curatorial Reportage
The Blanton Museum's ever-shifting WorkSpace offers up-to-the-minute views of what's happening in contemporary art

Arts, Nov. 24, 2006

Arts Review
'Joey Fauerso: Wide Open Wide'
Joey Fauerso's 'Wide Open Wide' is a stellar animation that sets hundreds of her paintings in motion, but the display of those paintings at Women & Their Work makes for a less than compelling installation

Arts, Oct. 27, 2006

Arts Review
'Kenneth J. Hale: New Works on Paper'
With his new series of collages, Austin printmaker Ken Hale trades in his flatbed press for a flatbed scanner with intriguing and sometimes luscious results

Arts, Sept. 22, 2006

Tag – You're It!
Tag – You're It!
Celebrating urban scrawl in Gallery Lombardi's 'Austin Graffiti Art: From Birth to Present'

Arts, Sept. 1, 2006

Arts Review
'Below the Surface: A Different Order'
In both halves of the Marjorie Moore and Jeffrey Dell joint show, "Below the Surface: A Different Order," a sense of loss is communicated, sometimes in terms of artistic technique, sometimes in terms of life

Arts, Aug. 11, 2006

From Stuff, Art
From Stuff, Art
The 21st 'New American Talent' exhibit features a whopping 72 works of art, many of them created from everyday objects

Arts, July 14, 2006

Arts Review
'Candace Briceño: Nevermore'
With her solo exhibition Nevermore, Austin artist Candace Briceño continues her sustained inquiry into landscapes while driving her use of color and line into new territory

Arts, July 7, 2006

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