BRING YOUR OWN INTERPRETATIONS TO IRONTON FOR SOFT DESCRIPTIONS, Michael Paglia
…The most unusual piece in the show is a black-and-white portrait of the late Susan Sontag. It was not painted by Willhite, but rather commissioned by him. It is based on a photo that’s on the back cover of Sontag’s Against Interpretation, the title of which resonates with Willhite’s ideas. The beautifully painted piece was done by Denver artist Monique Crine….
Read the full review at: http://www.westword.com/2011-02-03/culture/soft-descriptions-ironton-studios/