Katie Shelly, a multimedia visual artist based in New York City, has a different approach to the standard way of conveying a recipe. Instead of the standard (boring) list of ingredients and instructions, she instead goes the pictorial route which adds visual fun and grabs your attention. As Kelly states these recipes are not meant to [...]
Artist Vinicius Quesada from São Paulo, Brazil designs these interesting ‘poster’ prints with an exaggerated sepia, brick and yellow color set that makes the art pop. House
DEAN PROJECT proudly opens its 2010 Fall Season with a new gallery in Chelsea and opens the space to the public with a solo exhibition by NY-based painter Bryan Drury. The opening reception with artist is on Thursday October 14th, 6-8pm and the exhibition dates run from October 14th through November 27, 2010. Bird “Recent works – [...]
Contemporary, graphic, and bold best describes artist Michael Cina’s paintings. Here are some samples… Cina’s background is rooted in minimal and graphic communication and visual narratives. He explains “I explore the way I see the physical and spiritual world though time and space. A way for me to show how I see and view the social and [...]
Canadian artist Oni Geist’s macabre paintings are dark and beautifully creepy.
Stendhal Gallery‘s Mr. Fluxus: An Anthology of Essays, Anti-Film, Documents, Architecture and Ephemeral Objects opens September 16 and runs through October 16, 2010. Mr. Fluxus (George Maciunas), was a Master Architect, Art Historian, and Utopian Urban Planner. In the early 1960’s, he formed a circle of artists and an attitude called Fluxus. Described, “as the [...]
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 [...]