Harold Mendez

Harold Mendez, I'm not always fitting (Portrait for Nobody (left); Portrait for Braille Teeth (right)), 2012. Diptych of chemically altered and processed pinhole negative paper prints, exposed from reflective mylar, 50 x 38 inches each. Image courtesy of the artist.

    A few weeks ago I visited The Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, a nine-week summer residency program for artists in Skowhegan, Maine. I have spent multiple summers

Mark Reynolds

Mark Reynolds, Minor Third Series: Ode to Klee and Cathedrals, 2011. Graphite, ink, colored pencil, and pastel on tea-stained cotton paper, 14 x 11 inches. Image courtesy of the artist.

Curatorial Intern Elizabeth Gambal talks with California-based artist Mark Reynolds about the mathematical processes behind his drawings.     Elizabeth Gambal:  Your drawings incorporate graph-like forms and interconnected geometric shapes.

Leigh Wells

Leigh Wells, Deception (11.10.08), 2011. Collage, graphite, and mixed media on paper, 30 x 22 inches. Image courtesy of the artist.

Development Intern Emmie Danza interviews Berkeley-based artist Leigh Wells on her sculpture-like drawings and drawing-like sculptures.     Emmie Danza: Throughout your two-dimensional pieces and sculptures, forms layer atop one