On View: Matthew Cornell at Arcadia Contemporary

by Matthew Innis |

Every painting is, in its own way, a portrait of the artist who painted it.  Embedded in every brushstroke is every decision, every life choice, every joy, and every sorrow which makes the artist who they are.  In some works this means a very literal representation – self-portraits in which the artist’s visage tells the…

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