Reviews and News
A preview by Michael Granberry titled Artist
Orna Feinstein Traces the Change in her Work to Texas
appeared on March 21, 2015 at the Dalls Morning News.
Prior to the "Slice
by Slice" solo exhibtion at Anya Tish Gallery in Houston, an interview
with the artist by Casey
Gregory of Arts + Culture was published on Feb 05,
A review of the"BREAKUP - Pixels, Particles,
Fragments", a group exhibition at James Gallery in
Pittsburgh by Kurt Shaw appeared on October 15, 2014 at the Pittsburgh
Lopez, of the Midland Reporter-Telegram wrote:
"...With her ultra-cool printmaking techniques, Feinstein's work in 'Now
and Zen: 15 Years of Printmaking' is not only art on display, but it's
also a magical trip where he works appear and disappear in front of your
eyes". The article includes tips and special insight to
Feinstein's work by Brian Lee Whisenhunt, the director of the Museum of the
Southwest, and by the curator Wendy Earle.
In the Jewish Herald-Voice "Orna
Feinstein Retrospective tours Texas", Aaron Howard
wrote: "...Approximately 30 Feinstein pieces will tour in her
retrospective exhibition “Now and Zen – Fifteen Years of Contemporary
Printmaking.” The exhibition includes earlier prints on paper from the
Rings Series as well as newer prints on fabric and plexiglass,
sculptures and installations. The exhibition will travel to several
museums in Texas from fall 2014 until spring 2016."
In the October 2012 HoustonPress article "Translucent
3-D Magic at Anya Tish Gallery", Meredith Deliso
wrote: "...Feinstein creates an almost "Magic Eye" effect with her Tree
Dynamics series -- layered pieces of fabric, paper and monoprint on
plexi that radiate orbs meant to represent the concentric circles of
Senior editor Molly Glentzer of the Houston
Chronicle reviewed the Multi-Librium
exhibition at Box13 ArtSpace on July 21, 2012. The
of an idea grew into Multi-Librium" was published
in the Saturday STAR section of the paper.
"...Every spare moment has gone toward cultivating
a garden of recycled art-gallery invitations - about 10,000 of them,
sewn into organic shapes and combined so they mimic flowers, leaves,
trees and even a fountain."
"...The swirling forms of the installation, viewed
from above, also mimic images you might see of plant cells under the
Altamese Osborne of the Houston Press elected me to
the "Houston's 100 Creatives" with a comprehensive review of my
MULTI-LIBRIUM large scale paper installation at Box13 Artspace in
Houston. Her article "100
Creatives 2012: Orna Feinstein, Printmaker and Installation Artist"
was published July 20, 2012 at the Houston Press.
A comprehensive review of my work titled "What
Fresh Hell is This - Spotlight on Orna Feinstein"
was written by Virginia Billeaud Anderson at TheGreatGodPanIsDead blog.
Published July 8, 2012.
pushes to extreme what can be accomplished with exceptional skills as a
printmaker. The monoprint is her favorite medium because it results in
a one of a kind image and effects not possible in another medium or
combination thereof ..." - By June Mattingly at
the Texas Contemporary Art, June 10, 2012.
inspired by the beauty of nature, in particular the interior geometry
of the organic ..." - By Caroline Belanger, Show
of the Month, Art and Culture Magazine, Dallas-Fort Worth, June 5,
thing is certain: Orna Feinstein's monoprints are about perception and
movement". - Review by VisualArtSource.com.
September - November 2014, the "Now
and Zen - Fifteen Years of Contemporary Printmaking" exhibition was on
display at the Museum
of the Southwest, in Midland Texas, where the artist was interviewed by
the Curator of Education Ms. Kristen Wagstrom. Please visit the
following link to hear a podcast of the interview available on the
YouTube site of the Museum of the Southwest:
of Orna Feinstein - Now and Zen
Now and Zen - Fifteen Years of Contemporary Printmaking - PRNweswire Sept. 23, 2014.
the Aftermath of Hurricane, Houston Artist Creates Massive
Installation - PRNweswire July 25, 2012.
Orna Feinstein Shows Her Science-Inspired 3D Monoprints
- PRNweswire May 5, 2010.
Orna Feinstein discovers a passion for the abstract
- Dallas Morning News, May 10, 2010.
& Rooted Perspective by Orna Feinstein At the Museum of
Printing History - Artshound.com, Oct 20, 2008.
Woman - by Tim Molony, Houston Magazine, October
2008, Page 72.
A Print, Layer By Layer - by Aaron Howard, Jewish
Herald Voice, Houston, Texas, Fall 2008, Volume C, Number 17, Pages
Feinstein In Times Square
Orna's work was shown at Time Square in New York on the
electronic Reuters Sign Board on 5/6/10 at 7:53 am and 5/7/10 at 4:28
pm. The caption on the sign board above the image reads: "Science
Inspired, Rings Installation # 1 monoprint by artist Orna Feinstein".
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