Many artists use materials found in nature for inspiration when creating their works. The end result not only pays homage to the incredible beauty of the natural world, but also transcends it with the artist’s imagination and craftsmanship. The featured artists are represented by Sarah Myerscough Gallery, London. Their works are from the Salon Art… Continue reading The Natural World
Another great year is now behind Design and Style Report! Many thanks to those who took time to stop by my blog or glance at an image, it is more than greatly appreciated, including your likes, comments and follows. An even bigger thank you to the creative people whose work I have admired and featured… Continue reading Happy New Year 2019
John Sparks oil paintings at Steidel Fine Art. Featured image: Red Diamond, 2017 oil on canvas board. Lake Charles, 2018 oil on canvas board
Joan Mitchell – 12 Hawks at 3 O’Clock, 1960. Christie’s, NY.
Warm weather for the Holidays. Mounts Botanical Garden – Palm Beach, Florida.
Red Dot Miami and Spectrum Miami contemporary art fair at Mana Wynwood, Miami. Featured image: Noel Dobarganes – Bubbles, Blink Group Gallery Luca Bornoffi – Japan Collection, Canvas Four Snik – Fix The Sky series, Gallery Art Cate Karate – Enter My Dimensions And Fall Into Love Vibtations Derek Althen Photography Christine Alfrey – Circus… Continue reading Red Dot Miami
Merete Rasmussen – Fluent, 2018 ceramic. J. Lohmann Gallery, NY.
The Wallach Art Gallery at Columbia University and the Musée d’Orsay partner to present “Posing Modernity: The Black Model From Manet and Matisse to Today”. This exhibition explores the representation of the black figure as central to the development of modern art. The New York exhibition focuses specifically on the black female figure and how they are… Continue reading Posing Modernity
Alexander Calder – Hen, 1943 wood, wire and paint. Christie’s, NY. Not a turkey but a rather expensive hen that sold for more than US$8M.
Art at World Trade Center, New York. Featured image: Ben Angotti mural