Fred Tomaselli’s exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum, a mid-career survey featuring the artist’s two-dimensional works from the late 1980s to the present, will be on view from October 8, 2010, through January 2, 2011. Tomaselli’s artwork draws upon a wide range of sources from both popular culture and art history, and from his own hobbies of [...]
REMBRANDT’S JAN SIX PORTRAIT AT RIJKSMUSEUM Rembrandt’s world-famous portrait of Jan Six will be brought to the Rijksmuseum specially for the Rembrandt & Jan Six. An Amsterdam Friendship exhibition. The portrait has been part of the private collection of the Six family from Amsterdam since the 17th century and it is rarely available for public [...]
Artist Steve Barlett was born in West Virginia, grew up in Louisville, KY, and graduated from Kenyon College with a B.A. in Art. His narrative paintings are a combination of imaginary and personal experiences. Prior to painting, Steve sculpted small interior to large-scale outdoor stainless steel works. His art is in the public collections of Neiman Marcus, [...]
James McCarthy was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1956. The work of Bosch, the Surrealists, nature and the gardens, landscape and ruins of the British Isles are a great influence with music inspires him most of all.
Artist Brendan Danielsson lives and works in Atlanta, GA and received his BFA in Illustration from Ringling School of Art and Design. Here are some of his paintings…
CLAYTON BROTHERS EXHIBITION AT MMOCA Clayton Brothers: Inside Out, at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, is a a new major exhibition that presents twenty-six paintings and three mixed-media installations created collaboratively by brothers Rob and Christian Clayton. The Clayton Brothers construct complex narratives that introduce memorable characters and comment wryly on contemporary life.
A pretty twist on the heart, Ingrid’s art prints are fun and unique. No two are the same.