There are two shows up at the Anderson Gallery this summer, or at least until the end of the month. The first floor show features work from a corporate collection, and the second floor show has stuff from the Anderson Gallery's collection that was selected by a museum studies class. Some of the artists featured in the two shows include Julia Jacquette, Elizabeth Peyton, Tom Sachs, Andy Warhol.... I'm forgetting.
T.L. Solien - It was a nice surprise to see this one. I saw his work in two concurrent solo shows in Philadelphia some time ago (at the Print Center and the Esther Klein Art Gallery - neither of which is listed on his resume for some reason) and then completely forgot about him again. He lives in Wisconsin.
Bill Haney - This big painting has a good spot on the second floor. That is Sidney Lewis standing in the doorway/painting. This painting is weird, full of strange overlaps and perspective. Look at the top and bottom of the door Sidney is standing in, or is that a painting of Sidney? Can't tell.
I have never heard of this artist and couldn't find anything about him on-line. The painting is The Right To, from 1973.
Floating private painting.