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Gretchen Scherer. “Awaiting the Return”. 2019. Oil on canvas. 18" x 24". Image courtesy of Monya Rowe Gallery.

While galleries, museums and art fairs have retreated into the depth of the virtual world, the artist’s studio is becoming a far more significant platform than before. As we find ourselves confined to home, we are also much closer to genuine reasoning — something that is a rare form to find during a fast-paced daily life.

A few weeks after New York State issued an order for shelter-in-place along with the closure of non-essential…




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