‘Staring at the Sun’ featured on

‘Staring at the Sun’ at Saltworks is featured in the Critics’ Picks section of

Surfaces exist primarily as supports in Eleanor Aldrich’s quasi-sculptural paintings, which bulge with crude simulacra of real objects, such as lawn chairs made from gloopy strings of epoxy. Her Fat Boxes, 2012, protrude like strange invaders that can find a home neither inside nor outside the frame. These failed objects are simultaneously queasy, comic, and slightly ominous.

Read the rest of Daniel Weiskopf’s review.

Staring at the Sun: April 26 – June 14 at Saltworks Atlanta

My work will be featured in an upcoming group show at the Saltworks Gallery.

Staring at the Sun, curated by Craig Drennen, is the premier SALTWORKS exhibition and Atlanta debut for artists Eleanor Aldrich (Knoxville, TN), Jane Fox Hipple (Montgomery, AL), Bonnie Maygarden (New Orleans, LA) and Lauren Silva (Brooklyn, NY). The exhibition is comprised of abstract painting, works on paper and sculpture.

Staring at the Sun opens April 26 at the White Provisions Buiding (1100 Howell Mill Rd NW, Suite A06) in West Midtown Atlanta.