Carlos Santana art Rock Guitar Painting Texture Colorful by Debra Hurd

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Carlos Santana art Rock Guitar Painting Texture Colorful by Debra Hurd
“Carlos Santana” portrait 16″x20″ oil on Canvas gallery wrapped with image painted onto sides
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“ARABÉCÉDAIRE”: building a syncretic artistic vocabulary with Egyptian modernist Hamed Abdalla – artist profile

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“ARABÉCÉDAIRE”: building a syncretic artistic vocabulary with Egyptian modernist Hamed Abdalla – artist profile
Earlier this year, Mosaic Rooms in London presented ‘ARABÉCÉDAIRE,’ the first exhibition in the UK by the significant Egyptian modernist Hamed Abdalla. Art Radar looks at the artist’s practice and the works in the show, constructed from Abdalla’s own extensive archive. Hamed Abdalla, ‘Arabécédaire’, installation view at The Mosaic Rooms, 2018. Photo: Andy Stagg. Image […]
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Minneapolis: At the Corner of Arts and Justice

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Minneapolis: At the Corner of Arts and Justice
This post is part of our Public Art Network 2018 Year in Review blog salon. The Year in Review presentation is available for purchase in our bookstore. Heart of the Community is a signature outreach program of Project for Public Spaces and Southwest Airlines, with a mission to build connections that bring people together and strengthen […]
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Plein Air Paint in Monet’s Garden with Lori McNee

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Plein Air Paint in Monet’s Garden with Lori McNee
WORKSHOP IS FULL!!  Follow the footsteps of great art masters and enjoy a week of French Country Living and plein air paint in Monet’s Garden with me, Lori McNee! Join me on this 7 day painting adventure in the charming, historical village of Giverny, France from May 9-16, 2017. Hosted by Art Colony Giverny, Royal Talens, and me! I […]
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Stargazers: Intersections of Contemporary Art & Astronomy

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Stargazers: Intersections of Contemporary Art & Astronomy
Penelope Umbrico. Stargazers: Intersections of Contemporary Art & Astronomy, Orange Coast College, Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion; Images courtesy of the gallery Stargazers: Intersections of Contemporary Art & Astronomy through April 6 Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion, Orange Coast College, Costa Mesa By Liz Goldner If looking at the heavens at night and at the […]
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Wear some Keith Haring

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Wear some Keith Haring
I walked by a store on Madison Avenue in NYC the other day, and some Keith Haring clothing in the store window caught my eye. I like this shirt, but it looks like it’s only made for women, so I guess I’m out of luck. The store is Alice + Olivia, and their Keith Haring […]
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Mel Chin Submerges Times Square, Collier Schorr Talks Fashion & More

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Mel Chin Submerges Times Square, Collier Schorr Talks Fashion & More
Mel Chin. Wake, 2018. Courtesy of Chelsea Lipman for Times Square Arts. Chinese-American artist Mel Chin has taken over Times Square to create an underwater world in augmented reality. In a collaboration between the Queens Museum and No Longer Empty, the artist is showcasing two large scale pieces as part of the Queens Museum’s multi-location exhibition […]
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The Anti-Caravaggio

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The Anti-Caravaggio
Jacopo da Pontormo, “Visitation” (1528–1529), oil on panel, 79 1/2 × 61 7/16 inches, Carmignano, Pieve di San Michele Arcangelo (image courtesy the Morgan Library & Museum) Jacopo da Pontormo was the anti-Caravaggio; more accurately, Caravaggio was the anti-Pontormo. Although the former died 14 years before the latter was born, I think of them as […]
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Agency in the Classroom: Who Makes the Decisions?

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Agency in the Classroom: Who Makes the Decisions?
The word agency describes the capacity of a person to act in a given environment. By analogy, it could be the capacity of a student artist to create in the art classroom. But who makes the art-making decisions in that environment? Is it my job, as the teacher, to decide what will get made and […]
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School work Sculpture

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School work Sculpture
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Pointe shoes, 2016

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Pointe shoes, 2016
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On Attitudes, Arrogance, and Choice in Photography

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On Attitudes, Arrogance, and Choice in Photography
Whenever PetaPixel has published an article about chemical photography in recent months, it has been met with a plethora of malicious, if not even downright hateful, comments. They’re left by photographers who claim that only they may decide on how other photographers, their colleagues, or even hobbyists who simply enjoy photography for what it is […]
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5 Quick Study Art Exercises to Improve Your Paintings

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5 Quick Study Art Exercises to Improve Your Paintings
Painting quick landscape studies can be a lot of fun. The practice also has an uncanny knack for improving our painting skills and can make a very noticeable difference in our larger gallery paintings. There are gazillions (that may be a slight exaggeration) of benefits to setting a time limit and drawing and painting with quick […]
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Moments of Ritual and Self-Discovery Explored in Minimalist Paintings of Female Figures

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Moments of Ritual and Self-Discovery Explored in Minimalist Paintings of Female Figures
“To Feel”, acrylic on wood panel, 36 x 24 inches Multi-disciplinary Laura Berger creates abstract environments and explores universal themes of rituals, nature, and freedom in her portraits of female subjects. Berger works primarily in acrylic on wood panel, but also brings her characters to life in ceramics and large-scale murals. Though the scenes in her […]
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Search Our New and Improved Arts Services Directories

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Search Our New and Improved Arts Services Directories
Tuesday, October 16, 2018 Category:  Americans for the Arts News You asked, and we listened: Our online Arts Services Directory has expanded to include searchable, topic-driven sub-directories. The new and improved directories will allow you to quickly find all types of arts organizations throughout the United States, as well as narrow your search to specific interest areas.
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“Hungry for Home”: the voices of two Palestinian women artists – in conversation

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“Hungry for Home”: the voices of two Palestinian women artists – in conversation
Dubai-based Tabari Artspace features a collaborative exhibition of hyperrealist artist Samah Shihadi and New York best-seller author Ranya Tabari Idilbly. Art Radar obtains an exclusive interview with the Palestinian artist and writer, on the occasion of their exhibition “Hungry for Home”. Samah Shihadi, ‘Untitled’, 2016. Pencil on paper, 50 x 65 cm. Image courtesy the […]
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THE MINT 400 by Joey Feldman On Sale Info!

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THE MINT 400 by Joey Feldman On Sale Info!
Joey Feldman takes us off-road this Friday with his newest prints for the Mint 400! Joey’s newest piece is an official poster for the Mint 400, an annual off road race that takes place in Las Vegas. For the first time in over forty years, motorcycles were allowed back in the race, and Joey’s busted […]
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The Late Robert Morris’s Final, Political Exhibition

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The Late Robert Morris’s Final, Political Exhibition
Robert Morris, “PSYCHOPATHMUMBLEFUCKIMBECILES” (2018) 
UV print on synthetic canvas, aluminum tube, aircraft cable, 
84 x 126 inches (photo by the author for Hyperallergic) Last week, as my review of Robert Morris’s current exhibition at Castelli Gallery was going to press, I received the news that he had died at his home in Kingston, New York […]
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The Power of Words

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The Power of Words
A student’s representation of a fire eating dragon from the lesson “Altered Words,” in which students create sculptures from books. Courtesy of the author. Words matter. Language is fluid and alive. It soothes, stings, and moves us; it can tap into every human emotion. It is a powerful tool that can be wielded like a […]
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Animal Sculpture Photoshoot

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Animal Sculpture Photoshoot
I am often contacted by clients interested in commissioning a sculpture of their dog. Sometimes prospective clients visit my studio in Devon. This gives them an opportunity to see a selection of my work and discuss their requirements. But it also gives me the opportunity for an animal sculpture photoshoot. As a sculptor, I am […]
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Did my first painting for years I’m normally a printmaker but I’m happy with how this turned out

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Did my first painting for years I’m normally a printmaker but I’m happy with how this turned out
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5 Tips to Guarantee Great Road Trip Photos

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5 Tips to Guarantee Great Road Trip Photos
The post 5 Tips to Guarantee Great Road Trip Photos appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Simon Ringsmuth. Few things say “Midwest United States” like hay bales and rolling hills. You won’t find scenes like this on most interstates and major highways though. For some people, the idea of taking a […]
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Jimi Hendrix Portrait Painting Rock Blues Guitar Art by Debra Hurd

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Jimi Hendrix Portrait Painting Rock Blues Guitar Art by Debra Hurd
Painting of “Jimi” will be 30″x24″ gallery wrapped with image painted onto sides
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