REPOSTED FROM THE ARCHIVES – Whenever I see an immigration news story, I think of this poignant series by Rosemary Sloot, still such a relevant work about the overwhelming consequences of immigrating, no matter the time frame or the family. Rosemary Sloot was shocked when her mother confessed […]
Artist Tony Toscani captures “the zeitgeist of the millennial generation” in a solo exhibition called Dayreamers, on through Oct. 13 at Massey Klein Gallery in New York City. His paintings feature figures who grapple with social anxiety, disillusionment, boredom, and vanity.
The scenes in Cath Hughes’ Things We Found at the Lake series appear to be traditional summer settings. Until you look more closely. Along with swimmers and bathers, her paintings contain hybrid characters, and figures from British folklore and European mythology.
Britain’s National Portrait Gallery has chosen these four works from 2,538 entries from 84 countries as the shortlist for the prestigious BP Portrait Award 2019. See what you think. The painting depicts the photographer Sophie Mayanne and her dog Carla. Mayanne is known for Behind the Scars, a […]
Time for an update and new work by Vincent Giarrano who, among other involvements, starts an Artist Residency at The Judy Black Memorial Park and Gardens in June. A contemporary realist, Giarrano says he wants his paintings “to resonate as sincere moments of life.” See a previous piece […]
This painting is a perfect example of why artist Kari Tirrell has such a strong reputation for realism. It’s called Tin Menagerie, done in acrylic on a 24 by 26 inch board. Looking for something less conventional than tabletops of fruit or bread, Tirrell stumbled on her hallmark of […]