Jim Dine, tools. This is my favorite drawing from Jim Dine because of the proportions that are used within the drawing itself. The proportions and shading makes the tools look realistic.
Venetian Scroll » Ian Murphy Paintings
Code: PNT-11/003 Oil and mixed media on canvas 93cm x 89cm This small scale canvas is part of the “Fragments” series. This was a year long project with an aim to focus on small, intimate compositions from cities around the world. Ian Murphy’s focus for this idea is centred around the sense of age and […]
Favorite ART projects in the classroom
It has been a pleasure to share the joy of art with my high school students. I am blessed with the good fortune of being able to admire...
Artsmart 2011 - Creative Review
Opening on Friday at Chelsea College of Art and Design, the inaugural artsmart two-dayer is billed as an art and design market where work from graduates of the University of the Arts London will be on sale. There's also an extensive events programme
Craig F. Starr Gallery | Jim Dine: Personal Allegiances: Hearts, Bathrobes, Palettes and Tools
Jim Dine 5, From Ten Winter Tools, 1973 A suite of ten lithographs 30 x 22 inches Signed and dated in pencil.
ParisTexas identity - Iain Claridge
Beautifully executed brand identity based on bugs merged with musical instruments, by Scandinavian DesignLab for Copenhagen based fashion store, ParisTexas. Via The English Group.
Dine Jim | The New French Tools 2 - Three Saws from the Rue Cler (1984) | MutualArt
View The New French Tools 2 - Three Saws from the Rue Cler (1984) By Jim Dine; Etching and aquatint on Arches velin; Sheet size 91,5 x 63 cm; Signed; . Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt.
a photogram blog
This is my journey into photograms/rayographs: Sometimes I take photos without a camera. In other words: I develop photograms. In "wiki" words: A photogram is a photographic image made without a...
Food and objects come together in Dan Cretu's bonkers, brilliant work
Dan Cretu's parents obviously didn't teach him not to play with his food and aren't we glad. The man is a genius – mad yes, but a genius also.
Michael Craig-Martin has three exhibitions opening this month, one at Chatsworth House in Derbyshire and two in London. At Chatsworth, the 17th-century house and its superb grounds can be viewed through the framing created by Craig-Martin’s 3D versions of his immediately identifiable line drawings in brightly coloured metal, for example a pink stiletto-heeled shoe.