Fine Art

Tila Studios is helping black women artists gain access to places where they've historically been shut out.
From a recent article written by Jana Ritter on Bethany and her artwork: "Not only has Brooke managed to turn her passion
In late September of this year, in the nucleus of all things cultural and emphatic, the potpourri of humans, interests and
An artist unabashed by color, audacious when it comes to the shifting of material and space, Margalit Romano is a passionate painter and mixed media artist who reshaped a therapeutic hobby into a career of commercial and interior commissions.
It takes someone with long experience inside the art world to attract such artists, their patrons and host popular arts events.
In pieces such as Beholden, there is a specific target marked. "It is a comment on beauty standards, referencing the fascisti
Delightfully strange and elegantly mysterious, the work of Christophe Piallat sucks you into another world.
We do not need any special power to experience extraordinary things when there are artists conveying notions of all intangible fields, both in visuals and messages. The work of Canadian abstract artist, Blu Smith, is at first, an invitation to the phenomenal. And then, as the audience, you are there.
"I want to portray empowered females with influence of mythology, history and contemporary times," Rapp explains. "Kind of like an underlying Venus in each piece. Strong and full of stories."
This was important information I was disseminating, linking what my students were painting to the greatest art of the last 3,000 years of Western civilization. And it just gets cut?! Excuse me?!
Exotic fruits take center stage in a vividly captured Cambodian marketplace. Not only is this a colorful addition to a white kitchen, but it's a constant reminder to eat healthy. Bring on the rambutan, please!
Diane Nebolon Silver: Eastern/Grand Canal, oil on hemp, 24 x 96 in, 2016 Her studio now is active with a new body of such
What follows is photographic documentation of my solo show, "Little Stories," an exhibit held at WriterHouse in Charlottesville
I had to get a pacemaker a few years ago to correct a childhood congenital heart condition, so I have to take pills and exercise
Stop sneering at Nevada: we've got Michael Heizer. For almost five decades, the internationally renowned Land Artist has etched, dug, plowed and excavated the state.
Born in New Zealand and now living in Australia, painter and interior designer, Sue Paterson, has made her way to America, with her bright, naturalistic new art series in tow.
"We constantly have different ideas. We know we have different skills. Our project is built on a bit of competition and seeing
Hung in every gallery, museum and exhibition across the world are signs that read, "Please Do Not Touch the Artwork." A simple
As a child growing up with Downs Syndrome, it was the nurturing of Haile's parents, followed by his neighborhood and learning communities, that imbued him with the tools and confidence to experiment and grow in the arts.
Last weekend I had the opportunity to see the one-man autobiographical play, Fighting Shadows, written by Richard Cabral with Robert Egan, which tells the trajectory of one man's struggle with social disorganization, and navigates through the redemptive process of the power of love and the arts.