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Sigrid Burton Interview in Jung Journal Culture & Psyche Interview by Katherine Olivetti

2 years, 11 months ago News 0
Sigrid Burton Interview in Jung Journal Culture & Psyche Interview by Katherine Olivetti

“Pots of Color: A Conversation With Sigrid Burton” by Katherine Olivetti Jung Journal Culture & Psyche (Spring 2014 Volume 8, Number 2) DOWNLOAD FULL ARTICLE PDF HERE ABSTRACT: In a conversation between Jungian analyst Katherine Olivetti and artist Sigrid Burton themes are touched upon concerning color and the influence on Burton’s work of her travel to and study of India. In addition a discussion of the influences on the artist’s life are considered. Katherine Olivetti (KO): I know that India […]

Are We Where Yet? Exploring Sense of Place, Passage and Connection, Includes Sigrid Burton

4 years, 4 months ago News 0
Are We Where Yet? Exploring Sense of Place, Passage and Connection, Includes Sigrid Burton

Are We Where Yet? Organized by Leila Daw and Elisabeth Munro Smith February 7, 2013 – March 3, 2013 A.I.R. Gallery is pleased to announce Are We Where Yet? on view from February 7th –March 3rd, 2013. The opening reception will be held on Thursday, February 7th, from 6 – 9pm. Are We Where Yet? is an exhibition that explores sense of place, while mapping passages and connections to culture and community. In this show, ten mid career artists with […]

A Loft That Waited for Its Muse

5 years, 11 months ago News 0

By CONSTANCE ROSENBLUM Published: August 4, 2011   BACK in the mid-’70s, when Sigrid Burton was a young artist living in a rented loft on Walker Street in what was coming to be called TriBeCa, she used to pore over the real estate ads in The Village Voice with almost religious fervor. Ms. Burton did this despite the fact that she was living so modestly, she used to ask taxi drivers taking her home late at night to drop her […]

Vestige: Traces of Reality, curated by Jill Conner includes Sigrid Burton

6 years, 1 month ago News 0
Vestige: Traces of Reality, curated by Jill Conner includes Sigrid Burton

“Vestige: Traces of Reality,” a two part exhibition at A.I.R. Gallery and Konsthallen, Sandviken, Sweden.  The exhibition is curated by New York based critic and curator, Jill Conner and includes the work of 20 A.I.R. Gallery artists.  The opening reception at A.I.R. Gallery will be held on Thursday, June 23 from 5:30pm to 8pm, with a talk by the curator at 5:30pm. Since 1976, only two years after A.I.R. opened its doors, the gallery has presented groundbreaking exchange exhibitions with […]

“Lyrical Color” by Jason Kaufman – Art & Antiques Magazine

6 years, 1 month ago News 0
“Lyrical Color” by Jason Kaufman – Art & Antiques Magazine

Lyrical Color Art & Antiques Magazine, Jason Edward Kaufman February 2003 Sigrid Burton’s paintings explore nature and nuance in a vocabulary of hues. One of the pleasures of looking at art is contemplating historical precedents. In a contemporary painting’s colorful hues one may find faint glimmers of the luminous atmospheres of Turner or the water reflective depths of Monet. A splash of pigment may call to mind the floral bouquets of Odilon Redon or the solarized suffusions of Pierre Bonnard. […]

“Sigrid Burton: New Paintings” by Peter Frank

6 years, 1 month ago News Comments Off on “Sigrid Burton: New Paintings” by Peter Frank

The dialectic between color and form has always inflected, even impelled the painting of Sigrid Burton. Sometimes color does seem to overwhelm form, but more often form asserts itself in the midst of her luminous, translucent clouds of color, giving unanticipated backbone to otherwise invertebrate masses of hue and tone. If color is the more omnipresent protagonist in Burton&rquo;s dialectic, form is the more persistent. And note the term “protagonist”, not “antagonist”: Burton’s color-form dialectic is a dialogue between partners, […]