Photographer Spotlight: Alexandra Dewez

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Photographer Spotlight: Alexandra Dewez
Alexandra Dewez                                         Alexandra Dewez’s Website Alexandra Dewez on Instagram
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Abstract Aerial Photographs Reveal the Beauty of Meandering Waterways

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Abstract Aerial Photographs Reveal the Beauty of Meandering Waterways
The project Water.Shapes.Earth uses aerial photography and storytelling to bring an understanding to the complex and diverse ways water inhabits our planet, from a radioactive water pond in Huelva, Spain to mud volcanoes in Azerbaijan. The images provide an abstract look at Earth’s surface, presenting purple-hued veins of a divergent river or an icy body […]
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Another Country

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Another Country
Black Lunch Table. Black Lunch Table, 2005. Activation; dimensions variable. Photo: Angela Hennessy. Courtesy of Black Lunch Table. “…you’re moving in these worlds where you are switching all the time, but the table, the lunch table, was always that place of respite, where you get to touch base with folks who you don’t have to explain […]
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On Fables

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On Fables
Learning Play Park Fables by Chto Delat. Commissioned and produced by: Onassis Cultural Center/ Fast Forward Festival 5. Curator: Katia Arfara. Courtesy of the author. “[T]he critique which goes beyond the spectacle must know how to wait.” —Guy Debord1 This short sentence sounds like a proper moral conclusion, like what we might remember from different classic […]
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Art21 Educator Spotlight: Jeannine Bardo

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Art21 Educator Spotlight: Jeannine Bardo
Courtesy of Jeannine Bardo. Jeannine Bardo is an educator and artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. She’s been teaching kindergarten through eighth grade for eighteen years at St. Ephrem School, a Catholic school in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. Jeannine joined the Art21 Educator community in the program’s third year, and has remained an […]
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The Benefits of Using an Art Room Mantra

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The Benefits of Using an Art Room Mantra
You meet your artists at the door with a smile, a high five, or a wave. They head to the carpet to choose their circle spot. When you join them at the carpet, they know exactly what’s coming next. “It’s time for our mantra…together; here we go!” photo credit Sharon Vanorny “My mantra. I am positive. […]
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Floral Painting Flowers Art Iris Painting Still Life Oil by Debra Hurd

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Floral Painting Flowers Art Iris Painting Still Life Oil by Debra Hurd
Iris Blues 12″x16″ oil on canvas SOLD
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School work Sculpture

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School work Sculpture
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SHADOWS & FLAMES 2: The Lord of the Rings Print Showcase by Cliff Cramp On Sale Info!

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SHADOWS & FLAMES 2: The Lord of the Rings Print Showcase by Cliff Cramp On Sale Info!
This Tuesday, we return to Middle Earth with a beautiful showcase of The Lord of the Rings inspired art from illustrative wizard Cliff Cramp! We’re proud to present an entirely new showcase of art from Cliff, Shadows and Flames 2. Shadows and Flames features 13 pieces of officially licensed The Lord of the Rings artwork, spanning […]
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Jeffrey Gibson’s Futurist Gaze

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Jeffrey Gibson’s Futurist Gaze
Installation view of Jeffrey Gibson: This Is the Day at the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College, Clinton, NY (image courtesy of the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art, photograph by John Bentham) CLINTON, NY — What if an artist made work for a people not yet born? A visitor […]
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“The Eurasian Utopia: Post Scriptum” concludes with “Focus Kazakhstan” in Suwon – curator interview

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“The Eurasian Utopia: Post Scriptum” concludes with “Focus Kazakhstan” in Suwon – curator interview
The “Focus Kazakhstan” exhibition project concludes in Suwon, South Korea, with a multilayered look at diasporic communities. In this final instalment of the “Focus Kazakhstan” article series, Art Radar speaks with Yuliya Sorokina and Eun Young Shin about their curatorial collaboration. Said Atabekov, ‘Steppe wolves’, 2017, C-print, 25 x 400 cm. Image courtesy the artist […]
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What We’re Looking At: Hurricanes Michael and Khashoggi

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What We’re Looking At: Hurricanes Michael and Khashoggi
For the past two weeks, visual news has been dominated by Hurricane Michael and the murder of Washington Post writer and Saudi citizen-in-exile, Jamal Khashoggi. Below are highlights of the photos and commentary we’ve published on social media on both stories. Also some site news for you: On December 6th, we will host our next […]
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Cooking Up a Delicious Partnership

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Cooking Up a Delicious Partnership
Tuesday, December 11, 2018 Category:  Americans for the Arts News Danspace Project and Porsena are the perfect pair, complimenting each other’s success like marsala and a good red wine.
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Lost Art Press: Open This Saturday

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Lost Art Press: Open This Saturday
We’re opening the Covington, Ky., storefront to the public this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. As always, we’ll be selling our full line of books, plus some blemished tools. There is lots to see this weekend. Brendan Gaffney has just finished an amazing cabinet on a stand in the style of James Krenov. […]
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Inscribe Soft Pastels Review

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Inscribe Soft Pastels Review
While looking over customer reviews we noticed Scott L Bleasdale’s comments on an Inscribe Set of 64 Soft Pastels saying that ‘the selection of colours was perfect for a beginner: a bit of everything and every colour with a neighbour that will blend to an easy gradient.’ We asked Scott to expand on the review […]
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A Rich Family is Looking to Hire a Travel Photographer for $100,000+ Per Year

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A Rich Family is Looking to Hire a Travel Photographer for $100,000+ Per Year
If you love both photography and travel, a dream job opening may have just opened up for you. A very wealthy family in the UK is reportedly looking for a photographer to travel the world with them, and the gig pays over $100,000 a year… not including travel, food, and expenses. The photographer booking service […]
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Lost & Found: An Endearing Animated Film About the Selflessness of True Love

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Lost & Found: An Endearing Animated Film About the Selflessness of True Love
Lost & Found is an endearing stop motion film that chronicles a dramatic turning point in the sweet relationship between two crocheted animal toys. A foxy fox and smitten dinosaur have enjoyed many special memories in their adopted home of a Japanese restaurant’s lost and found bin. But when the fox topples into a fountain, […]
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Stevie Ray Vaughan Painting Guitar Art Rock and Blues Paintings by Debra Hurd

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Stevie Ray Vaughan Painting Guitar Art Rock and Blues Paintings by Debra Hurd
“Stevie Ray Vaughan Live” 24″x30″ oil on canvas gallery wrapped with image painted onto sides 1.5″ thick
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Almost done my monster clay president

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Almost done my monster clay president
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Bronze Leopard Sculpture

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Bronze Leopard Sculpture
I’m delighted to announce the release of a new bronze animal sculpture. This bronze leopard sculpture was initiated by a client who first got in touch with me about commissioning an animal sculpture for his wife’s birthday. He had discovered my work at the Society of Wildlife Artists’ annual exhibition last year. We agreed that […]
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7 Snowy Destinations For Photographers

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7 Snowy Destinations For Photographers
Wintertime might be the best part of the year for landscape photographers who want to hone their skills – it takes some practice in order capture truly magical images of a winter wonderland! Winter months look and feel a little bit different on each continent, so in case you have a chance to travel, you […]
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Birds Sit Delicately on Vintage Sewing Machines and Typewriters in a New Illustrated Series by Steeven Salvat

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Birds Sit Delicately on Vintage Sewing Machines and Typewriters in a New Illustrated Series by Steeven Salvat
French artist Steeven Salvat (previously) creates meticulously rendered drawings of animals inhabiting the same world as machinery, such as his previous crustacean series. His project Perchés showcases different breeds of birds using antique objects as areas for temporary rest, like the above owl which sits atop a typewriter. “I wanted to highlight the contrasts between lightness and […]
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Ad (In)Finitum: Japanese artist Susumu Shingu’s “Spaceship” at MUDAM Luxembourg

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Ad (In)Finitum: Japanese artist Susumu Shingu’s “Spaceship” at MUDAM Luxembourg
Art Radar looks at Susumu Shingu’s first large scale survey in Europe. Susumu Shingu’s elegant sculptures are animated by the omnipresent nature of air. This “atmospheric” material sculpted by the artist emphasizes his relationship with the world and his ecological conscience. Susumu Shingu, ‘Wind Caravan’, 2000 (detail), group of 21 sculptures, steel, carbon fibre, polyester […]
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