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POP Art and Character, Part I — In her selection of both “old” and “new” work for the March and April barebrush N*des-of-the-Month calendars, Beth DeTal of Rogue Space|Chelsea was responding to the values of contemporary art. She especially liked work which pushed the media into new boundaries but at its foundation had “character.” Several pieces were singled out for special mention. She launched March with New York artist, Cindy Sibilsky’s “Shoulder Mountain” and said that Adrienne Mills’ “Red Anon #554” was awesome.
There is currently no restriction on work selected for multiple calendars by different curators. After all, it is precisely what we are trying to demonstrate, that different works appeal to different people and sometimes the same works appeal to different curators — so we are not trying to impose our own limitations on the process.The 31 artists represented in March, 2010, in day order are: 1* Cindy Sibilsky, 2 Bill Teitsworth, NWS, 3 Jean Marcellino, 4* Donald Kolberg, 5 Gary Paul Stutler, 6 Peter Wong King, 7* Adrienne Mills, 8 Dan McCormack, 9* R. Butler, 10 Anat Ronen, 11 Walter Lynn Mosley, 12 Aryn Chapman, 13 Joseph Mays, 14 Chris Hoffman, 15 Jennie Rosenbaum, 16 Tony Lee, 17 Stephanie Fuller, 18 Robert Nizamov, 19 Stephen Panoushek, 20 Emily Stedman, 21 Tim Woodhouse, 22 Colleen Martin, 23 William Jobling, 24* Mollie Kellogg, 25 Martin Danjue, 26 Hector Olvera, Etor, 27 Susan (SZN) Kraft, 28 Kelly Croisdale, 29 Viviana Florea, 30 Eric Angeloch, 31 Chanit Roston.
*Curators' Choice nominee. Nominees for the N*de-of-the-Month were selected by the guest curator as Curator's Choice. All barebrush curators have an opportunity to rank the Curator's Choice in their own special poll. Winners determined by a statistical combination of the curators and popular votes.