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Converging Forces: Idea Capital Artists on Creation and Orientation
March 15, 2013
By Sarah Levine

Idea Capital recently announced the recipients of its 2013 grants, and the group of artists represents the diversity of communities, interests, and media in Atlanta. I talked to two artists, Sheila Pree Bright and Helen Hale, and one collaborative team, Marcia Vaitsman and Seana Reilly, about the projects the Idea Capital grants help to fund. In their variety these women capture an essence: that epistemology is the result of intertwining narratives. Read More.

Review: Ann Stewart, Seana Reilly Plumb the Limits of Knowledge at Whitespace
August 15, 2011
By Catherine Fox

Whitespace has an engaging pair in Atlanta artists Seana Reilly and Ann Stewart. Their shared interest in systems, flux and process is aptly connoted in the show’s title, “Perpetual Assembly.” It will run through September 3. Read More.

Seana Reilly’s Artwork Meditates on the Science of Letting Go
August, 8 2011
By Casey Lynch

There really is only one way to describe the imagery of Seana Reilly’s current work on display at Whitespace Gallery: undeniable. As part of a two-person exhibition including the continually active drawings of Ann Stewart, Reilly’s work leads to more questions than answers. In a series of experiments with liquid graphite, the artist posits myriad dualities that coexist harmoniously to produce art that calls for serious contemplation, perhaps even meditation. Read More.