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July 29, 2014 Doors

In Japan, design with its ancient laws for functionality and quality has seeped so deeply into the collective psyche it manifests not only in the traditional arts of say, prints and ceramics, but in every human made artifact. 720 more words

Chairful Where You Sit 2014 Wrap Up

It was a whirlwind of a weekend, but we had perfect weather for Chairful 2014. I am delighted to report that we had an astonishing 97 chairs on view and we sold nearly that number. 152 more words

Arlington Public Art

Jeff Soto - New Mural in Los Angeles

Fine artist and muralist Jeff Soto recently finished this mural titled “The Slauson Owl” for the Converse Wall To Wall project. The mural in his classic signature surreal style can be seen on Slauson near Normandie.


The Whitney Will Place A Giant Alex Katz Installation By Its Meatpacking District Home

The Whitney’s new Meatpacking District digs may not open up for another year, but the art is already starting to come to Gansevoort Street. In September, the museum will unveil a new public art installation by Alex Katz, … 161 more words

Melrose Avenue

Melrose near Fairfax, Los Angeles. November, 2013

Photo: Tom Price

Street Art

Solar Art by Stephen Fairfield - Interview

You are one of the most active solar artists today, When and Why did you start to create solar powered, new media sculptures?

There was a convergence of factors in my artistic journey that brought me to a focus on solar powered, new media sculpture. 2,399 more words

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Blogging the Book: Chapter Four- Finding His Own Style

If I didn’t think Banksy was an outsider before reading this chapter, my mind has been completely made up. Ellsworth-Jones discusses more in depth how Banksy became a stencil artist and what that means to the graffiti community as a whole.  445 more words

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