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Edgar Alwin Payne (1883 – 1947) was an American Western landscape painter and muralist ~


Womanhouse—the 1971 groundbreaking art installation and performance space curated by Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro.


Jun Kaneko was born in Nagoya, Japan in 1942 and went to the USA in 1963. He began studying ceramic art at the Chouinard Institute of Art in California where his focus became drawn to sculptural ceramics. He expanded his studies  in contemporary ceramics with Peter Voulkos in Los Angeles and also Paul Soldner and Jerry Rothman. He has since pursued a dynamic and varied studio practice in painting, sculpture, ceramics and installations, and he’s currently based at his third studio in Omaha…


Diego Rivera at work on his "Detroit Industry" murals at the Detroit Institute of Arts in 1932-33


edward ruscha (ed-werd rew-shay), catalog for an exhibition at the minneapolis institute of arts, with gus foster, 1972, ed ruscha

from The Huffington Post

Dale Chihuly, Famous Glassblower, Is Back!

PREVIEW: Dale Chihuly, Famous Glassblower, Heads To Virginia Museum Of Fine Arts In October 2012 (PHOTOS)


Cells, 2001 Ross Bleckner (b1949) is an American artist residing in NYC. For the last 20 years, his art has been largely an investigation of change, loss, and memory, often addressing the subject of AIDS. Mr. Bleckner uses symbolic imagery rather than direct representation, and his work is visually elusive, with forms that constantly change focus


.Patrick Nagel was born in Dayton, Ohio, but was brought up in the Los Angeles area, where he spent most of his life. He studied art at Chouinard Art Institute, and in 1969 received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from California State University at Fullerton. Beginning in 1976, Nagel began contributing regularly to Playboy, which extended the exposure and popularity of "the Nagel Woman" to a huge and loyal audience.


Pinkie is the traditional title for a portrait of 1794 by Thomas Lawrence in the permanent collection of The Huntington at San Marino, California where it hangs opposite The Blue Boy by Thomas Gainsborough. These two works are the centerpieces of the institute's art collection, which specializes in 18th-century English portraiture. The painting is an elegant depiction of Sarah Barrett Moulton, who was about eleven years old when painted.