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.
We love the soft dreamworld of Alex Hanna’s still-life oil paintings. The London artist was featured in 2013 at several U.K. shows, including the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition and the Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize exhibition. See more in ABN’s Winter 2013 “On Our Radar” feature.
David Fenton uses his vivid imagination and unquenchable curiosity to explore the “gray matter” of the natural world through digital photography and illustration on aluminum. The shimmering, organic qualities of his art are mesmerizing. See more in ABN’s Winter 2013 “On Our Radar” feature.
2013 was a busy year for Jennifer Carvalho: The Ontarian artist received a master’s degree in fine arts at the University of Guelph and became a finalist for the RBC Canadian Painting Competition. We’re clearly not the only ones who love her moody suburban landscapes. See more in ABN’s Winter 2013 “On Our Radar” feature.
Michael Covello’s graphic paintings turned heads throughout Florida in 2013. A recent graduate of the University of South Florida Master of Fine Arts program, the mixed-media artist exhibited at several juried shows this year and was featured in a recent edition of “New American Paintings.” See more in ABN’s Winter 2013 “On Our Radar” feature.
ABN talks with gallery owners D. Arthur and Lisa Wilson about their journey into the art world together, the message they hope to convey and exactly who Rhupert is.
A former art director and illustrator in magazine publishing and advertising, François Chartier now takes a theatrical approach to photorealism.
Here are some of our favorite blogs, with success as the goal and passion as the driving force, that cater to helping starving artists eat—or at least kill some time.
Ethereal and luminous, Kevin Kopacka’s oil paintings capture a fantasy world in which shadowy forms melt into color. Kopacka finds inspiration for this surreal imagery from the literature and poetry of the Viennese Modern Age at the turn of the 20th century. He says elements of the paranormal—“ the notion of things existing that go […]