The McLoughlin Galley: Eterno Doug Thielscher and Silvia Poloto.
Review by RWM: "Great to see the emotion pulled out of the stones by Doug Thielscher. There is pain here and the desire to escape it. Fists are clenched in agony and maybe also ecstasy. The stone takes on its own life in these sculptures which communicate the passion of existence."
Comment by AB: "People often ask me whether self-taught artists can make it in today's art world. My answer's always been, "Yes," and just to prove it, here are two examples of those who can. Polished composite abstractions by Silvia Poloti contrast with surreally believable stone and metal sculptures by Doug Thielscher."