‘…a kind of assured hesitancy is common to all of Bleicher’s oil paintings…These are open-ended visual conundrums presented with a feeling of innocent pleasure…You can compare this art to surrealism… or Philip Guston’s later work but that is like hanging a tag or delimiting label on something primal, inherently itself and whole….These images are produced as a balancing act over the great divide between the conscious and unconscious mind… Their virtue is that they represent a freely ranging hybrid, unfinished and unaccountable.’
-Ray Zone, ArtScene Magazine
‘…. seemingly spontaneous gestured, scumbled technique. The dynamic balancing of objects that leave open wide interpretations of the narrative. The richness of the layered colors enhance the deeply personal psychological themes. A primitive and at the same time sophisticated and elaborate world of stylized objects and beings playing out their interior visual games.’
Jan 2008 “I Propose” Style Network, Elias and Joy episode
October 2007- Los Angeles Times
October 2007- LA Weekly
October 2007- VegNews Magazine
September 2007- Downtown Art News
August 2007- Citizen LA, California
March 2007- Manhattan Times, New York.
July 2006- Citizen LA, California.
June 2006- ArtScene magazine, Southern California.
June 2005-VC reporter, Ventura California.
2003. Triple J, Australia. Sound Quality: interview.
2003. Triple J, Australia. Home and Hosed: interview.
2003. Syndicated interview. ‘Electronica Is…’ Australian-wide. AMRAP sponsored.