02nd Apr 2016
Maria Kreyn

Russian-born Maria Kreyn: Artwork focal point in new television drama series “The Catch”

“When you work on something for a long time, magic happens, beauty happens.” ~ Maria Kreyn   INTERVIEW WITH MARIA KREYN, FIGURATIVE PAINTER New York City: Deanna Elaine Piowaty: Do...

18th May 2013
Steven Kenny

Through Beseeching Eyes and Beautiful Bodies

Stories told through beseeching eyes and beautiful bodies working to free themselves from physical and emotional strain and constraints.

11th May 2013

Why Create Art? Or, Wrestling the Muse

"Maybe it was the mysterious disappearance of my mother that even now leads me to scan the sky." ~Agostino Arrivabene, painter; Milano, Italy

05th Mar 2013

Update on Jason Bard Yarmosky, Contemporary Figurative Oil Painter, Brooklyn, New York

Jason Bard Yarmosky included in We Could Be Heroes: The Mythology of Monsters and Heroes in Contemporary Art Brigham Young University Museum of Art

24th Feb 2013
Li Wei

Contemporary Beijing Artist, Li Wei: “I’m like a meteorite, unstable and dangerous. This is the status of the globalized world”

"I'm like a meteorite, unstable and dangerous. This is the status of the globalized world" ~contemporary Beijing artist, Li Wei

13th Feb 2013

Jason Bard Yarmosky’s Hyper Realistic Oil Paintings Challenge Notions of Aging Gracefully

By playfully depicting the elderly in humorous, even mischievous scenarios, Jason Bard Yarmosky's hyper realistic paintings challenge ideas of aging gracefully.

12th Jan 2013

Dante Horoiwa, Contemporary Painter

"After a mural is finished, people will begin to picnic in front of the painting. It is almost impossible not to look at it if you are passing by. Whereas in an indoor space, you only enter if you intend to. There is less opportunity for encountering the artwork." ~Dante Horoiwa

15th Dec 2012

Rose Freymuth-Frazier, neo-realism painter, New York City

"My paintings are allegorical, but I expect each viewer will bring their own interpretation to a piece. The question one asks depends on the individual interpretation. If it’s a superficial read of literal abuse or abasement, then that is the subject being addressed within the viewer. If there is a more complex interpretation stemming from one’s life experiences, then the piece becomes personal, and asks questions the viewer is interested in answering."