Anne Sherwood Pundyk:   The Revolution Will Be Painted
artcritical, 
ARTCRITICAL PICK: Anne Sherwood Pundyk at Christopher Stout Gallery, New York
April 15, 2016
"Six powerful, lyrical, at once absorbing and theatrical canvases, patched together from separate panels and each seven feet tall by a little more than that in width, hang unstretched like baronial tapesteries in a raw white cube in Bushwick. We clearly aren’t in the territory of painterly propaganda or nostalgia in this show titled 'The Revolution will be Painted'." — Excerpt from David Cohen's review of "The Revolution Will Be Painted," Solo Exhibition at Christopher Stout Gallery, New York, NY, April 2016. 

Hyperallergic,

The Rebellious Spirit of Paint
April 28, 2016
"Pundyk gives us enticing color, yes, and drama, certainly. But ultimately the painter has to build a world that makes sense to her and hope our sensibilities follow. I do. I stand in that room and feel the sensuous meeting of surface, substrate, theory, hand, and conviction." — Excerpt from Seph Rodney's review of "The Revolution Will Be Painted," Solo Exhibition at Christopher Stout Gallery, New York, NY, April 2016. 
 
Hamptons Art Hub,

Moving Paintings Beyond Object: Anne Sherwood Pundyk's Revolution
April 28, 2016
"In a way, making the paintings in “The Revolution Will Be Painted” sowed the seeds of change for Pundyk. Changing up her process, medium and the intention of making the work was a way for her to take risks, trust intuition, explore freely and, finally, to experience what significant change can feel like on a personal level." — Excerpt from Pat Roger's review of "The Revolution Will Be Painted," Solo Exhibition at Christopher Stout Gallery, New York, NY, April 2016.  

The Washington Post,

In the Galleries: Anne Sherwood Pundyk
April 1, 2016
"Pundyk pits bright, freely applied pigments — acrylic, gouache, watercolor and latex house paint — against grids and geometric forms drawn with colored pencil. The artist works on paper or canvas...and usually focuses the pictorial action at the center. That’s the focus of the thickest painting and the strongest hues; even the prim verticals and horizontals decay as they reach the edges of the compositions. Pundyk works in a studio at the rustic end of Long Island, so perhaps she’s inspired by looking out to sea, where the world vanishes behind the horizon. There’s a downtown vibrancy, however, to the hot oranges, yellows and fuchsias that splash between and beyond the lines." — Excerpt from Mark Jenkins review of "The Revolution Will Be Painted: Deux", Solo Exhibition at Adah Rose Gallery, Kensington, MD, March 2016.

Above Image: Installation view of "The Revolution Will Be Painted," by Anne Sherwood Pundyk in "Reality of Abstraction," a group exhibition at The Schelhaupt Gallery, University of Bridgeport, CT. The exhibition is curated by Peter Konsterlie and runs from 
October 13, 2016 - February 3, 2017.

 
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