Archive for April, 2014

Kyleigh Pitcher  Portrays the Power of Performance in NYC Exhibition

Kyleigh Pitcher Portrays the Power of Performance in NYC Exhibition

| April 25, 2014

A passionate observer of performance in all its forms, Australian artist Kyleigh Pitcher photographs her subjects with a keen interest in their attitudes and styles as artists. Aiming to capture the essence of these performers, she deftly focuses on the vibrant energy of a live performance. These photographs reflect the intoxicating power and vigor of […]

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Makoto Takami:  Landscape Photography in the Tradition of Zen Ink-Wash Paintings

Makoto Takami: Landscape Photography in the Tradition of Zen Ink-Wash Paintings

| April 25, 2014

Reminiscent of the Zen ink-wash paintings of the Muromachi period, the photographic prints of Makoto Takami convey landscapes redolent with an atmosphere of calm, beauty, and meditation. Like the record of a lonely traveler, Takami’s landscapes communicate the wonder of discovery and the inner audacity which leads some of us to find the path less […]

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Louis Cotto Captures Place and Time

Louis Cotto Captures Place and Time

| April 25, 2014

With a natural eye for the moment, Louis Cotto captures the heart of place and time with a striking clarity, bringing to light excerpts of life. Unburdened by the dogma and structure of traditional fine art, Cotto dives into photography with a pure freedom and love for his medium, creating, in tribute to his grandchildren, […]

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Guadalajara artist Lorenza Aranguren in Illumination: An Exhibition of Fine Art Photography

Guadalajara artist Lorenza Aranguren in Illumination: An Exhibition of Fine Art Photography

| April 25, 2014

Long faithful to abstraction, the work of Lorenza Aranguren has evolved over time to incorporate various media, with digital photography factoring prominently in the carefully-balanced and perfectly judged mix. Whether through luscious encaustic and oil on wood paintings or crisp digital prints, this is clearly the oeuvre of a seasoned artist communicating through the language […]

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Miami artist Liz Hernandez in Illumination: An Exhibition of Fine Art Photography

| April 25, 2014

Liz Hernandez photographs landscapes with a dynamism usually reserved for split-second action shots. Hernandez favors the middle ground between extreme close-up and panorama to achieve a diverse but still intimate field of depth. She is also expert at finding the best angle — bird’s eye, skewed upwards, tilting over the horizon — to capture the […]

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Australian  Digital Artist Denyse Gibbs in NYC Exhibition

Australian Digital Artist Denyse Gibbs in NYC Exhibition

| April 24, 2014

Often, history is presented as linear and immutable, a single straight line from the past to the present. Artist Denyse Gibbs questions those assumptions by “hijacking history” and challenging the established story of Western European art. In contrasting recognizable figures and landscapes from Western art — such as the Venus de Milo or Claude Monet […]

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Onard artist Eric Degos in New York City 2014: Synchronicity

Onard artist Eric Degos in New York City 2014: Synchronicity

| April 24, 2014

Like the masterpieces of Surrealism, Eric Degos’ whimsical tableaux present otherworldly beings. In his case these are hybrids of flowers, people and other animals. In addition to the delightful and dreamlike creatures that Degos presents to us, a closer look at the impressive composition of the works reveals his innate sensitivity to color and layout. […]

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