Georges Rousse – Seoul, Blue Circle, 2016. Sous Les Etoiles Gallery, NY.
Willem De Kooning – Untitled I, 1979 oil on canvas. Christie’s, NY.
Robert Motherwell – Red, Cut By Black, 1966/7 oil and acrylic on canvas. Sotheby’s, NY
John Chamberlain – Untitled, 1962 welded and painted chromium-plated steel, printed paper and Masonite, in artist’s frame. Christie’s, NY.
Here are a few brilliant works with golden touches in the compositions. Featured image: Alejandro Puente – Cuatro Estaciones, 1970 acrylic on canvas in 4 parts.
Hans Hofmann – Setting Sun II, 1957 oil on canvas.
Sam Gilliam – With Crimson, 1970 acrylic on beveled edge canvas. Sotheby’s, New York.
English painter Anthony Hunter’s latest works at JoAnme Artman Gallery in New York were created to express fun and freedom after being an artist assistant for three years or Damien Hirst. The structured and repetitive works done during those years has opening the doors for bold and expressive abstract paintings in his own distinct style.… Continue reading Anthony Hunter
This month was the fourth edition of Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary hosted by the City of West Palm Beach. The show featured contemporary and post-war fine art works works from the United States and internationally renowned galleries. Featured image: Kirsty Mitchell – The Queen’s Armada, 2012 archival pigment print. Coe + Co. Photography Gallery,… Continue reading Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary
Alexandra Mocanu’s fabulous woven abstract tapestries has a painterly quality. They are first painted in gouache then meticulously decomposed on a loom. Mocanu was born in Bucharest, her mother a textile artist and her father designs furniture. She began her journey in the creative world exploring her own compositions and perceptions, first through photography and… Continue reading Tapestries