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Published on Nov 18, 2011
James Kalm zips into the heart of Williamsburg to catch a viewing of the latest paintings by David Brody. Broody, a longtime resident of the 'burg, has spent the last five years returning to oil paint on canvas. This group of fantasy landscapes/organisms explores the use of materials, isometric projections, and a limited palette of mostly earth tones that harmonize with the beige color of the unprimed linen. Although the artist has labored on these works for years, this is the first time the public has been privileged to observe a sizable selection in a gallery setting. Brody is also known for his insightful and probing reviews and interviews of other artists. An extended interview of David Brody discussing his practice is included.