click to see larger image First-Time Showing of Private Collection of Portraits by and of African- Americans Debuts as Part of Black History Month “Finding Faces: A Century of African-American Portraiture,” is a selection of artworks that will debut at the University City Arts League gallery in cooperation with the Diartspora Gallery, from January 31 […]
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 […]
RIK LINA Art Exhibition: HURRACAN location KUNSTKERK Prinseneiland 89 – 1013 LM Amsterdam opening Friday, November 29, 5pm – 8pm. The exhibition will be opened by Peter van de Heijden. at 1800 hours. Musical entertainment by Dirk Polak. The exhibition can also be seen on November 30 and on December 1, 6, 7 and 8, […]
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 […]
These artworks by bruno neiva are taken from several ongoing series of arte povera, found art and text art.
Artist’s Statement: This selection of paintings is interesting, I think, because it shows how my longtime interest in landscape painting moves into abstraction. I grew up in New York City and knew Bill DeKooning, Herman Cherry and many other New York School painters. Although I was very influenced by these abstract painters I was not […]
Reaching Out with No Hands: Reconsidering Yoko Ono / Lisa Carver / Backbeat Books / 2012 / 978-1617130946 The popular perceptions of Yoko Ono are often unflattering: hanger-on, untalented, unattractive, shrill, remote. Lisa Carver, herself an artist and musician, strips away perception to find the real Yoko. Carver considers the merits of Ono’s visual, written, […]
Come enjoy these treasures from private collections: DON CLAUSEN’S seascapes of 1963 to abstracts of 2012, most never before shown publicly. Not all artwork shown is for sale. Yes, Clausen’s still painting at the age of 82; still enjoying morning coffee with his Marine buddies. CLASSIC CLAUSEN & Contemporary ShawNshawN @ 4th Street Fine Art, […]