Friday, April 29, 2011

183 (layover), 184 (doubleD), 185 collage:

183 (layover), acrylic & graphite on canvas, behind acrylic paint film, with wood, 19" x 16", 2011
Ken Weathersby
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183 (layover - detail), acrylic & graphite on canvas, behind acrylic paint film, with wood, 19" x 16", 2011
Ken Weathersby
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184 (doubleD), acrylic & graphite on canvas, with removed linear areas, 30" x 24", 2011
Ken Weathersby
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185 (collage), printed paper, linen, wood, about 2" tall, 2011
Ken Weathersby
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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

DD:

184 DD process, 4 - 2011
Ken Weathersby
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 184 DD process, 4 - 2011
Ken Weathersby
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Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Layovers, and:

"layovers... " process on 4-20-11
Ken Weathersby
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"layovers... " process on 4-20-11
Ken Weathersby
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"layovers... " process on 4 -11
Ken Weathersby
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"layovers... " and 184 (DD) process on 4-20-11
Ken Weathersby
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Thursday, April 7, 2011

PCR:

 Reg Bloor / Paranoid Critical Revolution
at Kent Place School 4-7-11
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Reg Bloor / Paranoid Critical Revolution
at Kent Place School 4-7-11
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(photos by Mariana Do Carmo)


Reg Bloor / "Paranoid Critical Revolution" performance at Kent Place School as visiting artist 4-7-11 for all upper school students and faculty.  She played a killer set, roughly 40 minutes straight through.

Guitarist Reg Bloor has been performing with Glenn Branca (to whom she is married) since 2000. She played in Branca’s Symphony # 12, Lesson #3, his rock band Branca/Bloor, in his trio, eventually becoming concertmaster for his Symphony #13 for 100 Guitars. She can be heard on Branca’s CD “The Ascension: The Sequel”. In the late 90’s she was a founding member of the Boston-based band TWITCHER, who released the CD “Leg of Lamb of God” in 1999 and appeared on the soundtrack of the Troma film “Terror Firmer”. In 2010, I saw her perform as Paranoid Critical Revolution in Brooklyn and at Le Poisson Rouge in NY.  She also played in the NYC debut of Glenn Branca’s Symphony #15 /Running Through the World Like an Open Razor.

The Paranoid Critical Revolution has been playing the NYC club scene since 2006. PCR’s debut CD “Death of the Cool” came out in Dec. 2007 just in time for the band to play ALL TOMORROW’S PARTIES, “A Nightmare Before Christmas” in Minehead, England. PCR played at the South by Southwest Music Festival in 2009, and at many other venues since.