Artist Mia Araujo will present her first solo exhibit at the Corey Helford Gallery, titled “Into the Woods” on May 13, 2012 in Los Angeles.
Abstract art isn’t about the same levels of drawing, perspective, practice, control. It is about pushing these boundaries and standards… by Lorette C. Luzajic It’s a question that has vexed me for decades now, but I’ve come to I accept it won’t be answered. If you are an artist or an art aficionado, it has [...]
New piece by Greg Craola Simpkin titled Spider Dreaming. Spider Dreaming This piece comes in Limited Edition of 40, hand signed & numbered by Greg Craola Simkins. Visit I’mScared for details.
Five new works by Lola Montes Schnabel, created over the period of the last year, which comprise a suite of allegorically suggestive figurative paintings that use a shared five-color palette to great effect, will be on exhibit at The Hole NYC, December 16, from 6-9PM. Each painting depicts an episode in a narrative of androgenous [...]
Currently on show at Richard Heller Gallery is Paco Pomet’s “Horns and Tales” exhibition. Working with oils, Paco Pomet depicts rich moments in time, captured as if photographed, and taken in another century due to his use of monochromatic tones. Look a little closer and you will find fairy tale characters, anthropomorphic cartoon creatures, and others [...]
In the Red Hall of Moscow Contemporary Art Center Winzavod, Moscow, visitors will have the possibility to admire 80 works from the rich Unicredit Art collection, (a project by the Scientific Commission UniCredit for Art), that highlight the relationship between people and city, starting from the XX century. The exhibit reflects a real international artistic survey which uses the city [...]
Columbian visual artist Pedro Covo’s work recently came across our path and we just had to share some of his gorgeous creations. Not only a fantastic illustrator, Covo creates some amazing paintings as well.