By Wesley Pulkka / For the Journal | Sun, Nov 24, 2013
“John Deere Model #790 (#1)” by Margarita Cabrera is an awe-inspiring ceramic sculpture questioning the efficacy of international border laws and their potentially negative impact on human, plant and animal life.
While many curators harbor a fear of open space, guest curator Kate Bonansinga allows individual works the freedom to breathe in her “Art at the Border: 21st Century Responses” installation at 516 ARTS... [more]
The Women’s Caucus for Art Announce the 2014 Lifetime Achievement and President’s Art & Activism Awards
July 1, 2013
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: Priscilla Otani, President, WCApresident@nationalwca.orgPhone: 415.606.7059
ANNOUNCING THE 2014 LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT ANDPRESIDENT’S ART & ACTIVISM AWARDS FEBRUARY 15, 2014
The Women’s Caucus for Art (WCA) announces the 2014 recipients for the Lifetime Achievement Awards: Phyllis Bramson, Harmony Hammond, Adrian Piper and Faith W... [more]
This is a voyage into the world of Assemblage Art that you may find useful in the sorting through materials that may be used in three dimensional ‘Junk or Found Art’. In the world of ‘Common Objects’ and elements, we find that they can be transformed into a representational art form. There are certain modes of construction and cohesion in the relational paths that bring you to a finished piece of work.
What may look like a series of broken pieces in front of y... [more]
Painting by Ibou Ndoye, titled "Not a Short Story," is part of the hob'art show. (COURTESY OF HOBART)
By Tsering Bista/The Jersey Journal The Jersey Journal on December 06, 2013 at 3:00 AM, updated December 06, 2013 at 3:13 AM
DIGITAL DRAWING by Elizabeth Cohen, titled "Empathy."
Wood carving by Geraldine Gaines, titled "African American." COURT... [more]
congrats! by Prasanto Acharjee Prasanta Acharjee, Nitai Das, Shibshankar Das, Kavita Chopra Dikshit, Rupali Roy, Arun Sen, Nabendu Sengupta at Academy of Fine Arts
December 3rd - December 9th
William T. RoheMixed-media
Lives/works in: GreeceWebsite: http://wtrohe-art.eu/To purchase contact: William T. Rohe
William T. Rohe is an American artist living on the island of Aegina in the Saronic Gulf in Greece since 2003. He retired as a professional architect in 1998. As an architect he designed projects in the USA, Algeria, Nigeria, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Libya, and Greece. Mr. Rohe studied at universities in France and the United States.
Since his retirement as an archit... [more]
William Steven KrollPainting
Lives and works in: Houston, TexasWebsite: http://krollart.comTo purchase contact: Steven Kroll
Born a sixth generation Texan to a working-class family in 1958, Mr. Kroll’s passion for art was evident at an early age. By age four, Mr. Kroll had absconded with his mother’s Christmas gift, an oil painting set. He was found, hours later, having dutifully copied several of the family’s holiday greeting cards.
His paintings are expressions... [more]
Vincent MesselierDigital painting
Lives/works in: BelgiumWebsite:www.vincentmesselier.beTo purchase contact: Vincent Messelier
Vincent Messelier was born in Kortrijk, Belgium on the 6th of October 1967. He started painting in May 2006. He is a completely self-taught artist who’s very passionate about his art. Vincent paints from his heart and soul with some jazzy music on in the background. Depending on the moment or his mood, some other music can also inspire his work.
In March 2011, he decided to... [more]
Lives/works in: Fresno, CAWebsite: http://www.dcphotographystudios.comTo purchase contact: Sara Deasy
I am inspired and intrigued by the human condition. I enjoy exploring the different aspects that relate to the psychological aspects of life, and through photography I gracefully accept the challenge of being an artist attempting to convey these concepts visually.
I thrive on trying to share my interpretive visualization of our fears, inhibitions, de... [more]
Lives/works in: MichiganWebsite: http://marciafreedman.comTo purchase contact: Marcia Freedman
My paintings are brought to life by critical observation, personal experience, memory and reactions to events. They become a metaphor for personal emotions and external perceptions, but on a broader level integrate the personal with wider questions, political and social.
Using organic forms found in the figure as a source, the work is informed by nature, science and the potentia... [more]
Kathryn HartMixed Media
Lives and works in: Colorado, USAWebsite: http://www.kathryndhart.comTo purchase contact: Kathryn Hart
Kathryn Hart’s art reflects the human condition — all of its crags, crevices, revelations and secrets — and her belief in an endless ability to rise from the ashes.
Her mixed media works seep with raw, personal history, but the stories are timelessly relevant. They exude a sense of loss, longing and an ultimate conviction in renewal. Hart’s current work searches for... [more]
Valerie HonnartPainting, Mixed Media
Lives/works in: Beijing, China.Website: http://www.valeriehonnart.comTo purchase contact: Valerie Honnart
"The Art of Valerie Honnart can only be understood from the perspective of cross cultural influences combining her home country with China and Italy where she lived. From China she remains fascinated by landscapes, martial arts, and life energy control through breathing. She combines the use of inks and pigments in a sophisticated proces... [more]
"No Object" on ArteFuse by Alison Pierz Serkan Altinoz, Ai Campbell, Dana Crossan, Daniel Dibble, Rhia Hurt, Joseph Karwacki, Kat Kohl, Julian Lorber, Olivié Ponce, Judy Rifka, Rosemary Taylor at Trestle Projects
July 19th - September 13th