Artists to go back to
Sharing the artists that I bookmark and think about. Inspiration for my own painting and artists that I admire/respect.
Marela Zacarias at work
Brooklyn Museum: Raw/Cooked: Marela Zacarias
Megan Bogonovich’s Ceramic Sculptures Of Oversized Coral Reefs Are Detailed Fairytales
Marcelo Daldoce Folded watercolor paintings
Folded Paintings by Artist Marcelo Daldoce
Ivan Stojakovic Green Map 2, 20” x 22”, 3”, mixed media, live succulent plants and deconstructed composite panel, 2014
Ivan Stojakovic Green Point S2, 12” x 10” x 3”, mixed media, live succulent plants and deconstructed composite panel, 2014
Otto Dix, "Old Woman" (c 1923), Art Institute of Chicago, gift of Dorothy Braude Edinburg to the Harry B. and Bessie K. Braude Memorial Coll...
Drawing Across Five Centuries
David X Levine | Amy Winehouse, 2008, colored pencil and collage on paper, 23 x 20 inches. Private Collection. - See more at: www.newamericanpa...
New American Paintings
Studio and Garden: A Question of Size: Frank Stellas's "Irregular Polygons"
Sigmar Polke, "Paganini". Derived from the legend of Paganini the composer, who supposedly was bestowed his musical gifts by the devil, this painting depicts a scene both beautiful and terrifying -- a sleeping man inspired in his sleep by the devil playing a tune whose notes become swastikas, which become skulls juggled by a fool, which become the forms of ordinary citizens turned into monsters. I love this painting so much.
Sigmar Polke Paganini, 1982 Saatchi Gallery
Joanne Greenbaum Untitled, 2007 Oil, flashe, and acrylic on canvas 68" x 56" Shane Campbell Gallery