Added by Xiang Yang on October 17, 2018 at 6:31am —
Women hold up half the sky.
Xiang Yang was born in Qingdao, Shandong China in 1961, the year that marked the end of the terrible Great Chinese Famine.
Much had changed in China by the time the then 14-year-old Xiang began studying art with Zhao Zhiping’s teacher.
She proved to be a quick study. Perhaps too quick, in fact.
It soon became clear that the young woman was on the verge of creating a unique artistic style that would… Continue
Added by Xiang Yang on October 12, 2018 at 12:40pm —
From cave drawings to graffiti found on the streets of London, artists have never tired of exploring the human form.
Whether realized in the portraits of kings or queens or the early wisps of sexual innuendo, the variations of an otherwise seemingly common theme are indeed endless.
It is in the realm of overt and beautiful sexuality that we find the work of Xiang Yang.
Here is an artist who is unafraid to celebrate the beauty that not only…
Added by Xiang Yang on October 12, 2018 at 12:39pm —
One of my first memories was trying to acquire free will, (or increase it for me and all people) because I was paranoid we were all cause and effect. I would do random things and change my mind right in the middle, or do things I "wouldn't choose".. I thought I could dislodge the cause and effect train and everyone would be free. I was about 4 and I remember linking an experience to this, when I would fall to the ground with the feeling of strings skreetching in my ears, it hurt a lot and… Continue
Added by Sheila Barclay on September 12, 2017 at 11:01am —
Durante la Pasqua 2017, dall’8 al 18 aprile, sarà allestita nel Museo Civico di Gallipoli la mostra di Andrea Benetti dal titolo “Patre Luminum”, composta da opere su tela, affiancate da una installazione in legno, metallo e vetro di Murano.…
Added by Andrea Benetti on April 2, 2017 at 10:25am —
Added by Carlo Busellato on March 19, 2017 at 10:02am —
Added by Carlo Busellato on March 19, 2017 at 9:59am —
Added by Carlo Busellato on January 22, 2017 at 5:27am —
Working on a heart, 36 x 36 x 6. Trying to finish in January as it was more work than I estimated.
Added by DENNIS A. DEZMAIN on December 10, 2016 at 1:48pm —
Suzanne was born in Jackson, Wyoming, and has traveled most of her life. She considers herself most fortunate to have had the opportunities to see the world through her own eyes. Continue
For over twenty years Suzanne has been painting and is inspired wherever she goes. She tries to share the beauty she has seen in the rest of the world. This passion is reflected in her artwork. As a young girl, this artist loved to paint her surroundings and is constantly influenced and…
Added by Suzanne Surber on June 5, 2016 at 2:36pm —
" The painting, The Charm, made in 2015, originated in the bourgeois highly “discreet” charm and these people’s dominance and self-satisfaction but also lack of self-awareness.
The idea came after participating in a snobbish event, it was actually a funeral, with,
as always, the pompous and exaggerated speeches.
The emerging binary digits can either symbolize the passing of time, or present time, or modern digital information, or just the flow….. "
Added by Hans Andre on March 23, 2016 at 4:53am —
Here, check out a collection of top ten greatest photos ever taken. Every single one of them has a great story behind. Have a look here…
Added by A2a Editor on March 29, 2015 at 1:52pm —
New York Arts Magazine, NY Arts, recently published a post from Hans Andre where he talks about his paintings.
"I do not really like to talk about my painting.
However, just to paint because it is beautiful or aesthetically, I do not find it meaningful.
I’m always looking for different layers in my paintings, ie. different ways for the viewer to see them on.
Ideally is if the viewer over time can see the other layers and ................."…
Added by Hans Andre on March 9, 2015 at 5:42am —
An exhibition of my new work reflecting life, the landscape and emotions attached to living in Northumberland.
Bondgate Gallery, Alnwick Playhouse, Alnwick, Northumberland UK.
28th April to 6th June 2015.
Added by Christopher Younger on February 3, 2015 at 2:42pm —
Having exhibition of new work at Bondgate Gallery, Alnwick Playhouse, Alnwick Northumberland, England.
Tuesday 28th April to Saturday 6th June 2015.
Added by Christopher Younger on January 16, 2015 at 3:48pm —
WISHING ALL MEMBERS A GREAT HOLIDAY AND HAPPY NEW YEAR!
ALL THE BEST....
Added by DENNIS A. DEZMAIN on December 25, 2014 at 8:06am —
When my father died one year ago-I began a series of small works of which this is one.
As to the actual execution: I tend to go back and forth between Art Brut modes which I utilized in the eighties ( still in my heart! ); then to mix-in with my standard pen and ink.
I have the truest love of color / design elements and often add collaged efforts.
I LOVE my little studio. Just to work and to meditate while in the groove is such a blessing for me..
Added by Mary Ellen Croci on August 30, 2014 at 9:55am —
:"Sky Window"August 16- Oct 25, 201450 Fremont Street San Francisco, Ca 94105
Please be invited! Free Viewing.
Below is 100! The Silver Lining in vertical format. 140" high x 70 " wide…
Added by kathryn arnold on August 16, 2014 at 6:41pm —
August 16- Oct 25, 2014
50 Fremont Street
San Francisco, Ca 94105
Curated by Jan Casey and Associates ( casey & associates art advisors)…
Added by kathryn arnold on August 16, 2014 at 6:35pm —
I am fascinated by how we define and occupy physical spaces and especially by our attempts to connect internally with those external environments. I find it is ultimately a disconnect that defines this relationship. A disconnect between our minds and physical selves; ourselves and others; our memories--both real and imagined; and our animal and human nature. We have a strong desire--even need-- for connection, but this potential connection is hindered, not only by an inability to… Continue
Added by Jenni Dickens on August 8, 2014 at 1:12pm —