26th May 2013
Jolanda Richter

Jolanda Richter’s Magical Surrealism

While my paintings are a part of myself, completely and authentically, I am reflecting also our society with its hopes, fears and problems. In particular, my female subjects are a mirror of the position of women in our time and society.

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.

04th May 2013

Glenn Brady, Painter, Queensland, Australia

“I moved out to live with a bunch of other drunken teens. Around 1982 with no family around, I found punk rock, and got very involved in it. Like being a kid again. And part of ‘something.’ Colorful. And loud.”

20th Apr 2013

The Fantastic Works of Steven Kenny

'Being an artist can be an extremely lonely journey. The worst thing an artist can do is shut themselves off from the rest of the art world and wallow in their own creativity and draw only from their own relatively shallow well of inspiration. The best advice I could give would be to look at as much art as possible. Always study art history. Keep abreast of the art being created now." ~modern American painter, Steven Kenny

19th Apr 2013

“I Look for the Cracks,” Faiza Maghni

"I try to create a moment of poetry out of time, an intimate and hushed atmosphere." ~Faiza Maghni, Algerian painter now living and working in Paris.

18th Apr 2013

Pamela Dzaet Hill: How Agoraphobia Birthed a Painter

"I was agoraphobic for most of my life, beginning in my twenties and ending around the fifty-year mark. That is why you will rarely see a landscape in any of my paintings, I don't really know what it looks like. I don't understand it. People, on the other hand, I understand."

06th Mar 2013

Artist Update: Martin Wittfooth, Contemporary Oil Painter, Brooklyn, New York

Martin Wittfooth is interviewed by fellow Adam Miller at the National Arts Club on January 17, 2013. The theme of the event was Nocturnes: Romancing the Night.

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.

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