Color and Space

Dreaming Trinidad (detail) - painting by Ricker Winsor

Artist’s Statement: This is the direction I am working in now- non objective abstraction. Color is the subject but it needs a structure; not so easy in this way of working. Surface texture is important. And, beyond that one tries to create space and depth, if possible, using all the principles and elements of art […]

Spotlight: Modern Photographer Emmet Gowin

EMMET GOWIN Edith, Chinoteague, Virginia, 1967

When many people think of modern art, images of abstract paintings and impressive landscapes come to mind. However, art is not limited to merely what is painted on a canvas, but also what can be captured in a moment. Photography allows talented individuals can immortalize an entire sensation, with a simple click of a button. […]

7 Abstract paintings by Alec Clayton

Dervish (detail) by Alec Clayton

Artist’s Statement: These are abstract paintings through which I have attempted to capture the feel, but not necessarily the look, of movement of animals and people in nature, combining the gestures of abstract expressionism with patterning, and with an emphasis on color and texture.

Shadows: Art by Anthony Flynn

Shadowplay II by Anthony Flynn (detail)

Artist’s statement: Every action leaves an imprint. In the modern world of technology, these shadows can be permanent.

New Abstract Paintings from Bali

My Drone (detail) by Ricker Winsor

Artists’s Statement: These are my new paintings in oil and oil pastel, rather small at 11 x 14 to 16 x 20. I want to start gradually working bigger. It has taken almost 6 months of trying to get back into the flow because of the transition from Trinidad to Bali but I am in […]

4 Paintings by Weldon Sandusky

Deaf, by Weldon Sandusky (detail)

Artist’s Statement: I am an acrylic artist using human figures to comment on sexuality and relationships.

A Form of View: Photography by Yoav Friedländer

copyright Yoav Friedlander http://www.yoavfriedlander.com

Artist’s Statement The obvious similarity between photographs (as they are the result of recording the visible light) and reality had been confusing me since I was a child. Photographs promised me a vision of a reality from the past or a visualization of a current reality that is geographically inaccessible to me. In a sense […]

Taxidermy

Taxidermy 1 detail - Dana Stirling

Artist’s statement: We regularly use taxidermy of insects in order to define, categorize and understand them. With all this great variety of insects people are still able to decide whether they’re looking at a butterfly or dragonfly using common characteristics they know. Using Photoshop I’ve created new insects out of the ones I photographed. My […]

Seven Artworks by Gloria Avner

Collage by Gloria Avner

For years Gloria Avner has explored and taught ancient batik painting techniques using ink, wax, and watercolor on delicate Ginwashi ricepaper. Her collages enter a different realm, often focusing on tribal themes evolved from years of travel and study in Asia, Africa, and South America. Forty days ago she embarked on a new series: daily […]

A Loss of Innocence

Apparition of Poverty by Rachel Davis

Artist’s statement: That art brings to expression a naked spirituality without any necessary basis in religion (though religious themes are a fine tool in art as well). My favorite art was done in the late nineteenth to the early twentieth century including and up to New York School and I have therefor learned the most […]