Monthly Archives: April 2016

April Offerings – Part XI: Something to Delight both Head and Heart

Corrigan Neralich: Happy Day, Birthday Boy. American Art – Part I of IV: Dan Landrum Artist’s Statement: “My art making is concerned with coming back to the thing itself living in the present tense, an interactive experience in which action, … Continue reading

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April Offerings – Part X: Something to Delight both Head and Heart

American Art – Part I of IV: Bil Zelman In the words of one writer, “Zelman photographs at parties, festivals, on the street, at gatherings of all sorts, occasions and places where people assemble. He focuses on the middle-aged and … Continue reading

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April Offerings – Part IX: Something to Delight both Head and Heart

American Art – Part I of V: bd Dombrowsky Artist Statement: “My goal is to create work that is visually appealing, and accessible on different levels. My visual style is derived from an interest in children’s books, primers, comics, and … Continue reading

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April Offerings – Part VIII: Something to Delight both Head and Heart

American Art – Part I of V: Andrea Rushing Andrea Rushing studied at the Academy of Art in San Francisco. He lives and works in San Diego. “Large parties given to very young children . . . foster the passions … Continue reading

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April Offerings – Part VII: Something to Delight both Head and Heart

American Art – Part I of IV: Alexander Arshansky Interviewer: “Why are you an artist?” Arshansky: “I strongly feel it has always been my calling. I started drawing at 3, made my first oil painting at 12. My family was … Continue reading

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April Offerings – Part VI: Something to Delight both Head and Heart

American Art – Part I of III: Lucas Reiner Painter Lucas Reiner lives and works in Los Angeles. Below – “San Vicente Blvd #3”; “Jefferson Blvd #1”; “Five Views on La Cienega Bl (1/5) “; “Five Views on La Cienega … Continue reading

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April Offerings – Part V: Something to Delight both Head and Heart

American Art – Part I of IV: Alec Monopoly In the words of one critic, “Alec Monopoly is the alias of a graffiti artist, originally from New York City. The artist has worked in the urban environments of New York, … Continue reading

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April Offerings – Part IV: Something to Delight both Head and Heart

American Art – Part I of IV: Rusty Wolfe In the words of one writer, “Growing up in Lexington, Massachusetts Wolfe had little exposure to the prominent artists that shaped modern art as we know it today. His art practice … Continue reading

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April Offerings – Part III: Something to Delight both Head and Heart

American Art – Part I of III: Michael Shemchuk In the words of one writer, “Shemchuk subtly references the world around us, placing it into new forms that are often only distinguished in ones subconscious. Abstract layers of color forming … Continue reading

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April Offerings – Part II: Something to Delight both Head and Heart

American Art – Part I of III: Douglas Schneider Artist Statement: “Empty Rooms are never really empty. They are filled with energies from the past, present and future.” Below – “Walking on the Stars”; “Karma”; “How I Remember You”; “Where … Continue reading

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