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The Six Limbs of Indian Art - Part II

The creation of an artwork begins in the lights of certain canons but ends in the frenzy which itself is the soul of all canons. 534 more words


The sculpture of place

Here are shots of the work of Matthew Simmonds, a British sculptor who lives in Pietrasanta, Italy. Beautiful! (Here is his website.) Hats off to Roy Lewis, who sent photos to the TradArch list, eliciting more sent by others. 476 more words


Philosophy of the KEEXZUS, No. 114: Why Language Must Shift Time (to SHIFT CONSCIOUSNESS)

Imagine a narrative undisturbed by time. 

Imagine this historical track working independent of the ideological sculptors.

Imagine the torment of the Artist.

The beginning of the process is the ideological foundation of time. 53 more words

The Leiber Collection Invites Visitors to its Sculpture Garden

From: Jeffrey Sussman Inc.

249 East 48 Street

New York, NY 10017

For: The Leiber Collection

Contact: Jeffrey Sussman






Review: In Mary's Garden by Tina and Carson Kugler

In Mary’s Garden by Tina & Carson Kugler (InfoSoup)

This picture book biography of Mary Nohl, a Wisconsin artist, tells the story of her first creations of large art. 253 more words

Book Reviews


There is no doubt that Open Studio and Art Trail events globally are growing in number and popularity every year. No two events are the same in look, feel or organisation, but they all have a common goal: to bring local artists together and provide a showcase for their work within the community and artist studio environment and create traffic to their doorsteps. 589 more words

Sunday Evening Art Gallery -- Willard Wigan

Willard Wigan might not be a familiar name to many of us, but once you see his work you will never forget it.

Willard Wigan is an English Sculptor from Ashmore Park Estate, England. 218 more words

Sunday Evening Art Gallery