Author Archives: Sigrid Burton

Artillery Review by John David O’Brien – Tufenkian Fine Arts

artillery Tufenkian Fine Arts Review John David O'Brien

Artillery TUFENKIAN FINE ARTS Sigrid Burton by John David O’Brien March 18, 2020 The adventure of color in these paintings creates a wild conundrum for writing in that color is absolutely palpable in terms of its sensation and feeling, yet is nearly ineffable in terms of being translated into words. These paintings structure a wonderfully […]

Pasadena City College Foundation Hometown Legends Series – Sigrid Burton

Sigrid Burton Hometown Legend Series

Paint Everywhere – a conversation with artist SIGRID BURTONreception & presentation Thursday, March 28, 2019 5:30 p.m.–7:30 p.m. Armory Center for the Arts145 No. Raymond Ave.Pasadena , CA 91103 The Pasadena City College Foundation has created the Hometown Legend Series to celebrate local trailblazers: our alumni, distinguished citizens, artists, entrepreneurs, and business leaders. We wish to showcase their unique […]

A Loft That Waited for Its Muse

By CONSTANCE ROSENBLUM This article was originally published on August 4, 2011 in the New York Times Habitat Section. 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 […]

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 […]