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Exhibition essay: Sarah Sentilles on Nancy Bowen at Kentler International Drawing Space Art like Bowen's gives me hope, and this hope is not naïve. It is not romantic or small or abstract. It's concrete: glue and paint, scissors and tape, words and drawings, book pages and puff paint. It's the certain knowledge that it's possible to make something new.

Who knew Giles from Gogglebox was an artist? Giles from Googlebox is an artist. He's also a rather good oil painter who paints complex landscapes and interiors.

Dustyn Bork on painting I want to entice viewer into a dialogue to question issues of permanence, ’ ~ Dustyn Bork.

The mad machinery of everyday life: The drawings of Philip Rich The surrealist impulse in art taps into not merely a human stream of consciousness, but the life and aura of everything around us, from the natural and organic to the built or crafted an inanimate. Nothing is definitively inanimate in the surrealist domain.

Skeleton Cardboard - An Interview with the artist putting Skeletons on the Street I always think of the old Ronseal advert when I think of Skeleton Cardboard! Except it's not a case of doing what it says on the tin. Rather, it's about doing what he wants on the walls and streets. Drawing skeleton's on cardboard and leaving them for people to find.

Perhaps this… I'm not sure where Henri is going or what it's going to be or how it will look. It seems that talking and writing about Art is just about the most boring thing that anyone can do at this particular moment in time. And I hate to be a bore. The art world has changed and Art along with it.

Magalie Guerin Magalie Guerin Untitled 2017 oil on panel 30" x 24"

106. Robin Greenwood writes on Albert Frey, the Seductions of Mid-Century Desert Modernism and the Disambiguation of Sculptural Spaces. Albert Frey, 1903-1998, was a Swiss-born architect who lived and worked mostly in California, where he had a long career designing modernist houses and various commercial developments.

Sharon Butler @ Theodore:Art Paul D'Agostino reviews Sharon Butler: New Paintings at Theodore:Art, Bushwick, Brooklyn, on view through October 7, 2018. D'Agostino notes that Butler's new paintings are based on selections from daily iPad drawings that "readily became not merely an ersatz sketchbook, but also a journal.

Bill Hutson on painting Don’t just paint, build the painting.’ ~ Bill Hutson.

Derwent Art Prize 2018 - Prizewinners Derwent Art Prize 2018: Review of prizewinners and selected pencil artwork in exhibition at the Mall Galleries plus suggestions for improvements next time.

Mychael Barratt on selecting the National Original Print Exhibiton 2018 We caught up with selector Mychael Barratt, President of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers, to find out about the process that goes into choosing works for the National Original Print Exhibition 2018 at Bankside which champions contemporary printmaking.

Jeffrey Cheung 'Together' at Andenken Gallery Amsterdam Sept 28th Jeffrey Cheung's first European solo exhibition, 'Together' opens at Andenken Gallery in Amsterdam on Friday September 28th, 2018. The Opening Celebration is open to the public, so if you're in Amsterdam, you should go. Friday September 28th from 6-9pm at Andenken Mauritskade 61, Amsterdam, NL.

Katherine Bradford: Deep image paintings Contributed by Jason Andrew / The art of Katherine Bradford, on view at Canada through October 21, is deep image painting. Her often heroic imagery and surrealist leaps echo a floating world, one that narratively exists between the real and the dream.

We Are Where We Are We Are Where We Are proclaims itself as 'a point, a period, or a step in a process', it is 'a dark place for moving forward.' The eleven artists showing work were brought together by circumstance, nominated to join the Liverpool Biennial Associate scheme at a pivotal point in their career.

Brask Art Blog Tags: 'Solo Show', Andrea Galvani, Art, Kunst, London, opening, The RYDER Projects, The Universal One, UK. This entry was posted on Friday, September 21st, 2018 at 12:00 pm and is filed under Uncategorized. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.

Her nexus revisited…and then some Commentaries and critiques on the visual and performing arts in the greater Canton, Ohio area "Originality is nothing but judicious imitation…" - Voltaire EXHIBIT: Mixed Media Paintings By TINA MYERS.

A Smashing Show The LA gallery scene was stacked with quite the line-up for openings this weekend, making it difficult to decipher which to hit and which to save for a later date. However, Ron Arad's debut exhibition of CUBA working title, at Over the Influence Gallery was too enticing an opportunity to pass up.

Peter Joyce on painting Walking through the landscape is important to each of the paintings.’ ~ Peter Joyce.

Lightning's Legacy - The Bacchae Presenting Euripides' The Bacchae against the backdrop of the Getty Villa has to be as challenging in sheer existential terms as it is technically to a theatrical artist.

Review: Sunday Times Watercolour Competition Exhibition 2018 Review of the annual exhibition of paintings selected for the Sunday Times Watercolour Competition in 2018 - at the Mall Galleries in London.

Justice Howard's Voodoo Major religions don't do much image control; with his long hair and white skin, the hippyesque Jesus we see represented in the 21st century looks identical to the savior of the 11th century. The Buddha is also presented as the same old, same old; hair or no hair, it's the smilin' guy with the gut and funny hand.

William Lamson Channeling Death Valley into downtown LA, William Lamson has transformed Make Room into "Badwater," an ecologically themed installation as poetically evocative as it is scientifically ingenious.

Ed Clark on painting I’m more interested in the surface.’ ~ Ed Clark.

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