Janet Fish: Glass & Plastic @ DC Moore
James Kalm visits Janet Fish: Glass & Plastic, The Early Years, 1968-1978 at DC Moore, New York, on view through February 13, 2016. Kalm notes: "As a serious painter, battling against both the historic legacy of Abstract Expressionism, and the contemporary steamroller of Minimalist dogma, Fish concentrated on capturing the delicate and transient effects of light. Picking as her subject the simple still life, the artist, through her commitment and single-mindedness, raised this form to a new…
Blog http://www.joycefaulknor.com Tin Tức Dịch Vụ Hữu Ích
Blog http://www.joycefaulknor.com Tổng Hợp Tin Tức Dịch Vụ Nổi Bật Nhất, Cung Cấp Thông Tin Hữu Ích Cho Người Dùng, Quảng Bá Thương Hiệu Danh Nghiệp
What I Buy & Why: Art Collector and Dentist Kenneth Montague on His Patients' Reactions to Seeing a Kehinde Wiley in the Waiting Room | Artnet News
The Toronto-based founder of Word of Mouth Dentistry reveals his triumphs and regrets on the road to building a world-class art collection.
Der Kuss - Kollwitz Käthe Als kunstdruk of als handgeschilderd olieverfschilderij
Het kunstwerk Der Kuss - Kollwitz Käthe leveren wij als kunstdruk op canvas, poster, dibond of op kunstpapier. U bepaalt de grootte helemaal zelf
In the Act of Drawing
Käthe Kollwitz "Self Portrait Drawing" 1933 National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. Although Käthe Kollwitz (1867 – 1945) created at least fifty self-portraits during her fruitful career, I could only find two of these pieces that show her in the act of creating. She usually depicted herself as a deeply sensitive, stoic observer of life rather than as a participant in its action. (In fact, she has been called "the woman who feels everything.") Of course, the very act of art-making itself is…
Hey y'all! I am so proud of you all. This oil paint is like nothing you have worked with before and although you can blend like crazy and get great results, it's also a little tricky. This painting is by American artist Janet Fish. She is a contemporary photorealist that is still currently working and showing her work. What do you think of it? What do you think of working with oils? What have you learned?
Sonia Boyce: 30 Years of Art and Activism
With her retrospective at Manchester Art Gallery, the artist and curator talks censorship, stereotypes and dismantling power in the age of #metoo