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At the Rose Art Museum, the rarely seen photographs of painter Barkley L. Hendricks are on display

by on February 8, 2022 0
For most of his career, Barkley L. Hendricks was famous for his striking paintings of people of color, inspired by the royal portraits of European court painters. Barkley L. Hendricks, “In the Crosshairs of the States”, 2016. (Courtesy of the Artist’s Estate and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York) Nobody knew much about his photographs.... Read More

Giant Snow Sculptures by International Artists on Display in Colorado |

by on February 3, 2022 0
The International Snow Sculpting Championships begin with high quality snow (provided by Breckenridge Ski Resort) and molded into huge blocks by Town of Breckenridge staff and volunteers. At Breckenridge, 12-foot, 25-ton blocks of solid snow were transformed into intricate works of art. Now they demand to be seen. Starting Friday and continuing through Wednesday,... Read More

MW | whitehot contemporary art magazine

by on February 1, 2022 0
Street art mural of Alyaa Alshail in JAX district, Riyadh. All photographs are by Paul Laster. By PAUL LASTERFebruary 2022 Creating sculptures in a living space in the JAX cultural district of the Saudi capital of Riyadh, 20 international artists recently sculpted giant blocks of local black and white marble into monumental public works... Read More

A new exhibit to bring ice sculptures downtown

by on January 13, 2022 0
Winnipeggers will soon be able to admire new works of art downtown, but they won’t last forever. This is because the sculptures will be made of ice. The new exhibit, called Winter Wanderland, is a joint venture between Downtown Winnipeg BIZ and Sputnik Architecture. Sheets of ice, each measuring approximately two by three meters,... Read More

Ten ‘whimsical’ sculptures line the medians of part of Richmond Avenue as part of a TIRZ 1 public art project

by on December 29, 2021 0
Phase 2 of the $1.5 million project, which is being implemented by the St. George Place Redevelopment Authority/TIRZ 1, began in May 2021, and 10 sculptures now line the Richmond medians between Chimney Rock Road and S.Rice Ave. A look back: 2021: The Year in Houston Sports The sculptures, which range from a depiction... Read More

Artist captures animals in minimalist metal sculptures

by on November 4, 2021 0
Seoul-based artist Lee sangsoo proves that you don’t have to be realistic to create stunning works of art. Instead, he masterfully bends, twists, and coils strips of spray-painted metal to capture the essence of different kinds of animals in minimalist abstract sculptures. While Sangsoo’s style may be simple, her portfolio proves the extent... Read More

A pilot turned painter creates religious art

by on October 19, 2021 0
At the end of a tree-lined country road, alongside the stream and at the end of a gravel driveway is the studio of painter Henry Wingate. The foyer and hallway of the Madison House are cluttered with faces looking at framed portraits. The cavernous studio is full of larger-than-life paintings, costumes and easels.... Read More

16 paintings and sculptures still authentic

by on October 1, 2021 0
To fully develop the museum by Animal Crossing: New Horizons, players will need to research Redd in order to purchase works of art and sculptures. This can be difficult to do, however, as many of Redd’s merchandise are actually fakes, with differences ranging from obvious deviations to slight changes. RELATED: 10 Fall Things... Read More

A forgotten flower painter, resuscitated

by on September 19, 2021 0
In George Agnew Reid’s 1889 painting “Dreaming”, the model is his wife, but she is also an artist. We don’t see the face of the now almost forgotten painter Mary Hiester Reid as she leans over a fireplace in their shared Paris studio, but the glowing embers light up her long apron and... Read More

100 Sculptures – NYC – The Brooklyn Rail

by on August 21, 2021 0
new York anonymous galleryJune 30 – August 21, 2021 Stroll around the two floating shelves suspended from the ceiling to 100 sculptures at the anonymous gallery you have something of the sense of wonder that must have invigorated Darwin, fresh off from HMS Beagle, wandering and investigating the sometimes familiar, but often alien,... Read More

See some sculptures on the U de M campus

by on August 12, 2021 0
Although the University of Minnesota’s Weisman Art Museum is closed for maintenance until this fall, the museum still exhibits its art – outdoors, across campus. From a colorful ‘molecule’ that overlooks the walkway leading to the Molecular and Cellular Biology building to huge stainless steel figurines that face each other and seem to... Read More

Sculptures in the garden – Santa Barbara News-Press

by on August 5, 2021 0
The “Symbiotic” exhibition combines contemporary and historical PHOTOS WITH THE AUTHORIZATION OF THE CASA DEL HERREROHere is a detail of the flowers created by Lynda Weinman in her sculpture “The Ceramics Garden”. She collaborated on the work with fellow artist Joan Rosenberg-Dent, and it appears as part of “Symbiotic – Seven Contemporary Sculptors... Read More

Paintings and sculptures in the spotlight in artist Gabriel Villa’s exhibition in Chicago | visual arts

by on July 27, 2021 0
Gabriel Villa’s painting “EL Luchador” is on display at the Hyde Park Art Center. The “The Metamorphosis of Gabriel Villa” exhibition at the Hyde Park Art Center in Chicago features the “Orange” painting. Artwork by artist Gabriel Villa is featured in a solo exhibition at the Hyde Park Art Center. “The Gabriel Villa... Read More

Get to know Kyle Hobratschk, the founder of the Corsicana artist and writer residency

by on July 19, 2021 0
Kyle Hobratschk knows that good things take time. The SMU-trained painter, furniture maker and intaglio engraver describes his mediums as “patient practices”. But his latest work is the most ambitious to date: transforming a disused 1890s Odd Fellows Lodge into the center of the Corsicana artists and writers’ residence, located in the titular... Read More

Who was Alka Raghuvanshi? The late artist and writer

by on May 26, 2021 0
Who was Alka Raghuvanshi? Artist, art critic and writer Raghuvanshi died on the afternoon of May 26. The news of the death of Dr Alka Raghuvanshi was shared by his friends via social networks. According to Raghuvanshi’s friends, she had been suffering from pneumonia for three months. Unfortunately, Alka Raghuvanshi, my first wife,... Read More