Andrea Heimer takes a delightfully sardonic jab at life in the burbs with her upcoming solo show: Suburban Mythology.
I stumbled onto New York based Artist, Hannah Yata’s work at Asbury Park’s Parlor Gallery , I knew immediately I didn’t want to sum up her work with my words – so here are hers.
Ho Ryon Lee: edgy & provocative.
It’s early and while I’m waiting for the coffee to kick in I stumble across these paintings. Now maybe I’m still in a daze or maybe it’s the still life counteracting the caffeine high that’s starting. But these are just wafting all sorts of tranquility over me…the lull of light color palette he uses for […]
Lesley Frenz of Artsy Forager brings us the still life paintings of UK artist Mary Jane Ansell.
For many artists, the act of creation isn’t just about projecting an image onto a canvas. Artists like Jen Garrido understand that often, it’s more about pulling a hidden entity out of the mist.
Lesley Frenz of ‘The Artsy Forager’ delves into the work of Mexican-born Memphis artist Fidencio Martinez whose paintings tend to deal with feelings of social alienation, assimilation and isolation.
Our new collaborator, Lesley Frenz is introducing us to loads of new artists…starting with Hope Gangloff, whose paintings capture every day moments of ordinary people.
We continue our Black History Month series with a look at Norman Rockwell’s The Problem We All Live With…In 1963, Rockwell confronted the issue of prejudice head-on with arguably the single most important image ever done of an African-American in illustration history.
Marie-Claude Marquis Talks about Painting her Generation and Stripping Down. Image: Marie-Claude Marquis, I am not hiding Montreal based artist Marie-Claude Marquis is causing a stir with her paintings – gritty interpretations of everyday occurrences that capture the heart of the subcultures evolving around her. We caught up with her to ask her a […]