Alexis Silk pushes the boundaries of what is possible in glass blowing. Her glass figures and heads are sculpted entirely free-hand while the glass is hot. The work ranges in scale from full figures just inches tall to life-size torsos hanging in six-foot-high steel frames. See her work at Artexpo New York April 4-6 and […]
In his innovative Moving Paintings collection, Steve Matson combines traditional painting with cinematography, visual effects, digital painting, animation, music and sound effects. Each image contains 18,000 individual images and animated elements that play back at 24 images per second. The art pieces play continuously all day long, yet hang seamlessly on your wall like traditional […]
Kirsten Høst‘s “The Snowqueen” is inspired by the winter cold in the north and the necessity to focus on the protection of one’s ‘golden’ heart as one walks through chilly moments in one’s life. See more of the Denmark artist’s work at hoestart.com and at Artexpo New York April 4-6 at Booth 276. Agent: Stephen […]
Australia-based artist Sapphire Frater creates surrealist paintings with strong dreamlike imagery and an integral spiritual current. She is currently working on a series of paintings titled “Ceres of Twelve Sonnets,” in which each painting is a sonnet. Sapphire has a great love for her work and is passionate in its application. “The Madonna’s Marriage” depicts “alchemical […]
Pablo Picasso once said, “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.” Capturing the inner essence and joy of childlike wonder and curiosity, Marcela Carvalho’s mixed media paintings convey the sentimental beauty of the deep heart’s core. Bringing enormous passion and spontaneity to her art, Carvalho […]
Maia Lynch’s fragmented acrylics are rich with color and wistful nostalgia. She’s one to watch: The artist received her master’s degree in fine arts from the School of The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston this year and was nominated for several awards in 2012. She also recently received the Für Bildende Künste fellowship in […]
Inspired by creative masters like Henri Matisse and Georgia O’Keefe, Anita Marci creates custom work for an impressive clientele list that includes Estee Lauder, Elizabeth Arden, Kleenex and Springmaid Comforters. “‘Banana Lime’ came out of a gift from a dear friend and collector of mine,” the artist says. “Kathy gave me some bananas and some […]
Nicol’s photorealistic oil paintings have led to both commercial and critical success. His latest series, “Pop 3D,” promises a unique combination of realism, photography and pop culture. Scheduled to launch at Art Expo New York this April, the series allows viewers to “experience original oil paintings like never before,” Nicol says, as 3D glasses turn […]
Several national organizations, including the Ford Foundation and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, have united to keep Detroit’s art off the auction block.
Life is anything but textbook-simple, and our biggest breaks often come unscripted. That’s how it was when California artist Tom Everhart met Charles M. Schulz, whose works would become his biggest inspiration.