It’s time to re-appreciate Danny Gregory, an artist, author, illustrator, speaker, podcaster, teacher and mainline, all-round popular celeb. He has a WordPress blog, a website you can easily get lost in, an Instagram account (of course: @dannyobadiah) and assorted social media. But the best way to get to know […]
Just two of Mithil Thaker’s sketchbook fantasies should give you a clear understanding of his imagination.
John Gibson has been exploring the sphere for more than 30 years, creating works with subtly rich colors and finely balanced compositions. If you are not familiar with his work, here is the original Art Junkie post.
Artist Julian Opie uses auto paint on layered aluminium to create snapshots of life in the city. His Walking in New York 1, 2, 3 & 4 (all 2019) are group portraits, each featuring five individuals, based on photographs of specific scenes in city neighbourhoods.
Biology, tattooing and street art influence the mixed media work of Quebec City artist Jérôme Rochette. He paints mainly on canvas using acrylic, spray paint, gesso, charcoal and markers.
These are Frank Lloyd Wright’s drawings and plans, from the files of architect W. Kelly Oliver, a protégé of the famed American innovator. They’re up for sale at Heritage Auctions, including the presentation drawings of the Kalita Humphreys Theater in Dallas (above), commissioned in 1954 and completed in […]