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David Crone at Fenderesky Straight to the top of TOP TEN PAINTINGS at Notes on Colour Mixing. Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest All images and texts copyright of web originators. Simple theme. Powered by Blogger.

Tribute Mural to the Famous Hungarian Novel 'The Paul Street Boys' appears in Bloomsbury A new mural paying tribute to Hungarian writer Ferenc Molnar's classic novel 'The Paul Street Boys' has taken shape in a playground in Bloomsbury. Invited to paint the piece by the Hungarian Cultural Centre in London.

Continue "I look at the work you've been making over the past few years and it's clear to me that this is a person who really embraces the history of modernist painting. These are not, in any way, subversive of that history; instead, they kind of continue it.

Creating Clean Iconographic Illustrations with Tim Boelaars Tim Boelaars takes the definitively clear characteristics of logo design and applies them to his illustration work. The results are satisfyingly precise forms, formulaic angles, and powerful curves intertwined in vibrant images.

Nora Griffin hot take Contributed by Sharon Butler / In Nora Griffin's lively new paintings at Fierman, aesthetic tropes from eighties graphics - the stepped rule, the squiggle, artful spatter, bold pastel color - meet calculated painterly excess.

Pages of the Sea - the WW1 Beach Portraits Pages of the Sea - the drawings in the Sand for the WW1 Centenary - including links to the website, Video and Facebook Live.

Park Slope Windsor Terrace Open Studio Tour Nov 17 & 18 Park Slope Windsor Terrace Open Studio Tour Nov 17 and 18. Think watercolor is difficult to use? Classic and contemporary painters are recognized for their unique vision: Simon Dinnerstein at 415 First Street below 7th Ave, conveys something of the hidden mystery of the everyday.

Fresh! Naked! What's nu in contemporary art What's nu in contemporary art.

Vollipsis JM Art Management hosts VOLLIPSIS, a solo exhibition by Alina Karo. Inspired by one of a kind androgyne Russian model Danila Polyakov and curated by Etienne Russo. In this series, Karo investigates the…

Retrospective of Pamela Goldman Retrospective of Pamela Goldman.

Simeon Barclay: Bus2move In late 1980s Britain, the UK club scene was born. Out of the hostile political climate, strategies of cultural resistance emerged through dance music which brought together the politics of activism with the subtle eroticism of disco in a 'celebration of dancefloor sexuality' and collectivity.

Norbert Schwontkowski Norbert Schwontkowski Flut 2011 oil on canvas 78.75" x 94.5" Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest.

We meet Joseph Loughborough at his latest exhibition 'Of Rust' in Brighton Joseph Loughborough is, he says, an artist who is influenced by the human form and condition. It's something you can sense when looking at his work. A kind of abstract portraiture!

Pencil Characters and Floral Environments by Edith Kurosaka The benefits of finding yourself in fresh and exciting surroundings for artistic inspiration are something with which Edith Kurosaka is familiar. Edith has taken relocation as an opportunity to fuel a new drive in her work and feed her creativity.

Pleasure "I also take pleasure in the so-called negative power in Grotjahn's work. That is, I love his paintings for what they are not. Unlike much art of the past decade, Grotjahn isn't simply working from a prescribed checklist of academically acceptable, curator-approved isms and twists.

Brian Dupont and Rachael Nevins: Suffering for something beautiful I gave lines from the poem to Brian, so that he could destroy them, and together we could make something beautiful." So they did. "Brian Dupont: Made and Remade Until Made Right," Adah Rose Gallery, Bethesda, Maryland. Through December 31, 2018. Bonus:.

What is a semi professional artist? Discussion of what is a semi-professional artist relative to professional, amateur and hobby artists and other relevant contexts relating to standards and tax.

Tomasz Cichowski on painting If a painting is in itself a mystery, has some depth to it, allows for multi-faceted emotions, expresses more than registering a fact – then it becomes a good painting, it becomes art.&#8217…

Amazing Miniature Street Art by Mexican artist Pablo Delgado The various doorways were wheat pasted to the walls across the neighborhood and for a number of months street art fans seeking out the many of the near 50 doorways were curious as to the artist behind the works whose identity was revealed following Delgado's 2012 debut solo show at the Pure Evil Gallery in Shoreditch, London.

Hiding in Plain Sight at FreedmanArt Nicola Ginzel, Transitional Fragment: Utz Composite with Embroidered Frottage from Moroccan Soap Box, 2014-16 wrapper embroidered with thread by hand backed, collaged with embroidered frottage backed by fabric, pencil, oil pastel, ink; 11 x 18 x.125 inches Objects Common and CuriousSeptember 27, 2018-December 29, 2018 Email ThisBlogThis!Share to...

Order & Limitations/ Construction House How relevant are the principles of the Bauhaus school for artists working today? This question lies at the heart of Construction House, a new programme of exhibitions and events at S1 Artspace that mark the centenary of the Bauhaus.

Art to commemorate 100 years since the war to end all wars Artworks commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War - the war to end all wars.

The Great War and Modernism The war began with a Serbian nationalist's assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, heir to the Austria-Hungary throne, in Sarajevo on June 28, 1914. This was seemingly a containable act, but Austria-Hungary secured Germany's support for the armed suppression of Serbian nationalism while Serbia gained Russia's support for armed resistance.

Brighton Graffiti and Street Artists to look out for in the city We've been spending a bit of time recently in Brighton. That creative city by the sea it's only a short train ride from London. It's a place where the energy hits you as soon as you get off at the station. In particular we've been working with Art Republic which is based down there on Bond Street.

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