Wednesday, January 9, 2013


Jacquelyn McBain’s works go hand in hand with the natural world and cultural evolution. She paints a deeply felt response to nature, while also adding images from scientific inquiry and dreams. Her works have a surreal narrative quality, and offer a nod to the Old Masters in technique. These sumptuous compositions are small in scale and seem to glow from within. Her prints in this show offer a microcosm to explore.   , review of bestiary at Littlejohn Contemporary

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Friday, February 6, 2009

I. Saint Expeditus and the Axalotls Invoked Against Procrastination II. Saint Joseph Invoked For Happy Death III. Saint Michael Goes to Hell to Rescue Moses IV. Saint Roch and the Plague of Frogs V. Saint Gabriel: Annunciation to a Leaf Insect VI. Saint Peter of Alcantara VII. The Vision of Saint Hubert VIII. Hallucigenia and Saint Hilary for Backward Children IX. Saint Emygdius Invoked Against Earthquakes and Continental Drift X. Saint Benen With Worms XI. Saint Ambrose and the Killer Bees XII. Saint Augustine in His Manichaean Phase and a Madagascar Moon Moth XIII.Saint Agatha's Breasts