Hanging from the ceiling, “Iran Si Iran” (2019), by Eniola Dawodu, is at the center of the “Punctures” installation at the Space Gallery. Photos by Carolyn Wachnicki We don’t normally make a lot of connection between textiles and digital film technology. Yet their natural symbiosis intriguingly comes to life in
Click to enlarge Courtesy of the Artist And Hall Art Foundation “Hero No. 1” by Daniel Richter The color blue has proven visually appealing at least since the Chinese began making blue-on-white patterned ceramics during the Tang Dynasty (618-907) using cobalt ores from Persia. “Deep Blue”, the main exhibition of
Ben Shahn, ‘Grocery Carts’, hand painted lithograph, 25″ x 38″, 1957 Images courtesy of the artists The crucial importance of the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in the history of post-war American art cannot be underestimated. Founded in 1946 on portrait painter Willard C. Cummings’ 350-acre farm in rural
by: Tristen Perez, Contributing Writer Carrie Jepsen and her mother Renata Holder opened ARTique, an art store, on April 13 in Ormond. They previously owned a successful business in Dallas, Texas, and wanting to move to the beach, they came to spend their time in Ormond. After living in town
From doodles to tattoos, Soraya Saghbini’s abstract line art works in a multitude of mediums. The third-year biochemistry student said she launched her @soosartsyshit Instagram page and website to sell her work in April 2019 after being encouraged by her close friends to share her work with a wider audience.
Church and Shuter’s striking tower received an extra boost of golden glam with a unique aluminum installation. The piece that is displayed directly above the main entrance to the Fleur, is 8 feet wide and 25 feet high, and features a wave pattern that inspired its name. Digital wave. According
Gertrude Fiske, “Purple Orange Trees” Pictures of Jay York For a springtime art outing, it’s hard to beat the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, which opened on May 1. Perched dramatically above Narrow Cove, it’s a perfect place to explore art indoors and outdoors in the beautifully landscaped sculpture gardens.
The COVID-19 pandemic has made it difficult to view art. Walking into a museum or gallery has taken on a different level of complexity in recent months. Fortunately, for those of you who are still hesitant about heading indoors to see art, there are several outdoor exhibitions being held in
Jerry Garcia Music Arts Partners With SuperRare And Carbon Offset Company Aerial For Historic First Mission-based Jerry Garcia Music Arts has partnered with fellow Environmentally Listening Aerial Platform to release Jerry Garcia’s rare digital artwork, “Gift,” on the Super rare Platform. The coin will be available as a non-fungible token