An exhibition featuring works by Danielle Krysa, Bruce Lee and Martha Rich
November 9 - December 13, 2019
About the artists
Danielle Krysa is a mixed media artist and writer living in British Columbia. She holds degrees in Visual Arts and Graphic Design, and has worked in design and advertising. She started the contemporary art site The Jealous Curator in 2009, and has written several books including Creative Block and Your Inner Critic is a Big Jerk.
Bruce Lee is the co-conspirator and co- creator of Webb Gallery in Waxahachie Texas. He loves hobo lore and train car graffiti. He is a researcher and collector by nature and has recently finished the book "As Above So Below -Art of the Fraternal Lodge" with co-author Lynne Adele and published by University of Texas Press. Bruce works everyday just about and his paintings are like journal entries.
Martha Rich is a Philadelphia-based artist working in both the commercial and fine art fields. Drawing, painting, using words, while being absurd and funny and having a penchant for painting food is what she does. Her commercial work has been used in music videos, advertising, magazines, book covers and more and she has shown her paintings in galleries across the country and internationally. She is currently living in her hometown of Philadelphia and recently received her MFA in Painting from the University of Pennsylvania. Rich teaches classes at Fashion Institute of Technology, Tyler School of Art and University of the Arts.