Archive for July, 2014

Marc Cirujeda’s Contemporary Landscape Photography

Marc Cirujeda’s Contemporary Landscape Photography

| July 29, 2014

Marc Cirujeda’s full color panoramic photographs explore the interpenetrating realms of light, shadow, texture, shape and hue. Printed on rigid substrates such as PVC or Dibond, his unique method generates the vivid color spectrum and semi-distortion or “glass effect” by which the works are best characterized. Volume, color and sharpness abound in Cirujeda’s expertly composed […]

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Guggenheim Bilbao presents Georges Braque exhibition

Guggenheim Bilbao presents Georges Braque exhibition

| July 29, 2014

Guggenheim Bilbao presents Georges Braque an exhibition on view through September 21, 2014. On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the artist’s death, the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is pleased to present Georges Braque, the most ambitious retrospective held in Spain to date of the work of Georges Braque (1882–1963), one of the most prominent […]

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Malin Forsberg Playfully Twists Clay into Curious Bodies

Malin Forsberg Playfully Twists Clay into Curious Bodies

| July 28, 2014

Malin Forsberg likes to work through ideas with her hands – pushing, pulling and tinkering with clay until a new being emerges. Her carefully crafted and glazed figures unfold playfully like ghoulish specimens, vessels, or alien botanical species. Yet there is an intriguing ambiguity, suggesting that there is more to each piece than meets the […]

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Lisa Azzano. Sculpting The Powerful Woman

Lisa Azzano. Sculpting The Powerful Woman

| July 27, 2014

Lisa Azzano’s white clay and porcelain sculptures are often only a foot high, yet they contain a world of mystery, narrative, and emotion. Azzano creates contemplative pieces centering on the female figure, frequently with wings, as guardian angels. These women appear alone, writing, or cradling a child. Their gentle confidence and open postures radiate a […]

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Julia Kappenman’s Inspirational Homages to the Past

Julia Kappenman’s Inspirational Homages to the Past

| July 26, 2014

Julia Kappenman’s highly personal acrylic paintings explore what it means to be moving forward in the modern world. Kappenman uses vivid colors, text, and extraordinarily expressive human figures to bring her thoughts and actual experiences to life on the canvas. Her pieces often depict a particularly intense moment in time, with a person caught in […]

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Glenis Dobe. Painting the Natural Splendor of Marine Life with Bold Texture and Color

Glenis Dobe. Painting the Natural Splendor of Marine Life with Bold Texture and Color

| July 25, 2014

Australian artist Glenis Dobe finds inspiration in the colors and textures of the Great Barrier Reef. The fish, corals and other marine life Dobe captures appear nearly as vibrantly alive as they must while diving amongst the coral. The artist says she started painting the Great Barrier Reef in order to enable people from all […]

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Rebecca Coddington’s Artwork and Emotional Undercurrents

Rebecca Coddington’s Artwork and Emotional Undercurrents

| July 20, 2014

A psychological depth of experience infuses each layer of Rebecca Coddington’s paintings, expressing the intense power of her creative instinct as a spiritual journey develops in paint. She works in the emotional language of color, sensually dripping and swirling her pigments in a rippling dance of complexity and control. The liquid texture of the paint […]

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