The Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition is an irreverent blaze of colour
I never thought I’d use the word irreverent to describe the Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy. Since 1769 the RA has taken a fairly unwavering and conservative approach to the world’s largest open submission exhibition, hanging up to 1,000 works by both amateur artists and great names. Long the lacklustre foxhole of stuffy Academicians and part-time painters, this year marks the greatest effort the RA has made yet to reinvigorate the English summer stalwart. It’s no surprise that the…
Michael Craig-Martin is an Irish Conceptual artist. View Michael Craig-Martin’s 258 artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices. See available prints and multiples, paintings, and sculpture for sale and learn about the artist.
Michael Craig Martin Produce Piece
Another piece I made in Illustrator, whilst looking at the work of Michael Craig Martin. Using the Pen Tool I outlined the produce and filled in the colours using the Live Paint Bucket.
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In this image you can see that the artist has enlarged the objects and putting less on the page i could try this on my designs for my diner poster
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Sir Michael Craig-Martin CBE RA (born 28 August 1941) is an Irish-British contemporary conceptual artist and painter.He is noted for fostering the Young British Artists, many of whom he taught, and for his conceptual artwork, An Oak Tree. He is Emeritus Professor of Fine Art at Goldsmiths. His memoir and advice for the aspiring artist, On Being An Artist, was published by London-based publisher Art / Books in April 2015.
Dublin-born artist, Michael Craig-Martin, currently has a show of new paintings and sculptures at the New Art Centre outside London in the town of Wiltshire. I especially like the sculptures, which…