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at  Bryan Miller Gallery until April 7th
by Todd Camplin

Bryan Miller Gallery offers up three "landscape" artists, Scott Everingham, Alexis  Granwell,
and Ken Millington in a show titled "Slow Release." I put quotes around landscape, because
these three artists make art work that skirts around the edges of what defines a landscape.
Being on the edge of a defined idea, to me is themost interesting place for an artist to be.

Ken Millington moves closest to a defined landscape with recognizable land cues of sky,
ground, clouds, and evidence of the effect of water on the ground. But like the great British
watercolorist Turner, Millington makes the paintings feel atmospheric and hazy. The edges
of ground and sky fade into each other and the land seems to flow from feature to feature.


Alexis Granwell is allowing just the line from the etching process and the roughness of the
handmade abacá paper to create the feeling of ancient landscape. I think back to those
Scott Everingham - Neighbourly - 2011
Oil on canvas - 40 x 44 in.
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by Todd Camplin
Scott Everingham takes an almost surreal approach to creating a scene. Everingham’s
backgrounds are like the infinite spaces you find in Yves Tanguy’s work. Even some of the
painterly shapes have a little of that Tanguy feel. I instantly was attracted by the painting
Watercolor on paper - 60 x 80 in.
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bodies of work together at Bryan Miller Gallery.

Bryan Miller Gallery
3907 Main Street
Houston, TX 77002  (map below)
Scott Everingham - Half Drowned in Moonlight - 2010
Oil on canvas - 24 x 24 in.