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  • In ‘Epinal,’ Kristof Santy’s Vibrant Tableaux Nod to a 19th-Century French Print Traditions

    Source Colossal   “Fourchette” (2024), oil on canvas, 180 x 180 centimeters. All images © Kristof Santy, courtesy of Christine König Galerie, shared with permission In 19th-century France, a style of bright, illustrative prints known as Images d’Épinal emerged as a way to portray subjects in sharp colors. The name was derived from the works’ first…

  • Featured Artist Aruna Rao

    Source Artsy Shark  Enjoy the work of Florida impressionist oil painter Aruna Rao, who presents a portfolio of landscapes created in a sunshine state of mind. The post Featured Artist Aruna Rao appeared first on Artsy Shark.

  • Peters Valley School of Craft Offers Fine Craft Programming in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area

    Source Colossal   Kelly and Kyle Phelps will be co-teaching ‘The Narrative Figure: Stories in Clay’ from July 26 to 30. All images courtesy of Peters Valley School of Craft, shared with permission Peters Valley School of Craft enriches lives through the learning, appreciation, and practice of fine craft. For more than 50 years, accomplished artists…

  • Preview: Clare Rojas Readies “Clare’s Balls”

    Source Juxtapoz Magazine – Juxtapoz Magazine – Home  Jessica Silverman presents Clare’s Balls, a solo exhibition of 22 paintings by California artist Clare Rojas. On view from April 25 to June 1, the exhibition riffs on the motif of dots, circles, and orbs. Variously overt and hidden, abstract and literal, funny and serious, the balls…

  • A Conflagration as Depicted in the Works of Alexis Rockman

    Source Juxtapoz Magazine – Juxtapoz Magazine – Home  Huxley-Parlour are pleased to present a solo exhibition by American painter Alexis Rockman entitled Conflagration. The exhibition’s title refers to fires of monumental scale that are ravaging ecosystems and human habitations across the globe.

  • Vojtěch Kovařík is Under the Weight of the World

    Source Juxtapoz Magazine – Juxtapoz Magazine – Home  Vojtěch Kovařík has an interest in grand heroic themes and classical imagery inspired by greek mythology. Kovařik’s bodies are without place, tightly situated within the parameters of the canvas edge.  Their contemplative and sometimes anguished expressions are set amongst vacant ethereal landscapes with lilac gradient skies and…

  • Mary DeVincentis and Anastasiya Tarasenko Share the Walls of Monya Rowe Gallery

    Source Juxtapoz Magazine – Juxtapoz Magazine – Home  Monya Rowe Gallery is pleased to announce a two-person exhibition featuring new paintings by Mary DeVincentis and Anastasiya Tarasenko. Art often uses humor or irony to subvert serious issues. This exhibition brings together two artists, working in very different ways, whose artistic strategy is frequently concerned with personal,…

  • Artist Creates Adorable Tattoos Featuring Cute Animals And Creatures

    Source Design You Trust  Prepare to be enchanted by Buoy’s delightful tattoo designs! Hailing from Seoul, Korea, Buoy’s creations showcase adorable animals, characters, and creatures that are sure to brighten your day. Buoy’s art, ranging from playful frogs to lovable puppies, evokes a sense of innocence and wonder, resonating with people of all ages. Each…

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