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“Word On the Street”
Sue Greenwood Fine Art, Laguna Beach, California
Review by Daniella Walsh

Continuing through July, 10, 2015 Anyone aware of his or her surroundings knows that any place in the world offers a potential people watcher’s paradise. That holds especially true for Sherry Karver, who specializes in text-enhanced, multi-media works. Paint enhances photographic images of crowd scenes mounted on wood panels. Karver then introduces stories about the…
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‘Figuratively Speaking’ with Sherry Karver at the Kim Foster Gallery – by Janet Alexander

Fittingly enough, New York is the subject of Figuratively Speaking, a new exhibition from Chicago-born, California-based visual artist Sherry Karver, which debuted May 3 at the Kim Foster Gallery located in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood. Karver showcases her two favorite shoot locations, Grand Central Terminal and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, both of which she describes as, “the…
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‘Figuratively Speaking’ with Sherry Karver at the Kim Foster Gallery

by Janet Alexander Galo Magazine May 2013 Fittingly enough, New York is the subject of Figuratively Speaking, a new exhibition from Chicago-born, California-based visual artist Sherry Karver, which debuted May 3 at the Kim Foster Gallery located in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood. Karver showcases her two favorite shoot locations, Grand Central Terminal and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, both…
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“FIGURATIVELY SPEAKING”

Catalogue Essay By Peter Frank Peter Frank is Associate Editor of Fabrik Magazine and art critic for Huffington Post. He has served as critic for the LA Weekly, Village Voice, and SoHo Weekly News, as Editor of THEmagazine Los Angeles and Visions Art Quarterly, and as Senior Curator at the Riverside (California) Art Museum. At a time in human history when our inter-connectivity, our…
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Sherry Karver, Solo Exhibition “Flash Fiction” at Kim Foster Gallery, 11/2011 – Catalogue
Foreword by D. Dominick Lombardi

“… might take a year off to travel, but has no idea where to go, & has never been away from home…” This, among many other fabricated comments by Sherry Karver are superimposed over select subjects as she guides us back to and through the real world. In her art, Karver suggests that life is…
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