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Artist of the Day Challenge (25):Kevin Beasley

I’m currently writing a separate piece on Kevin Beasley’s current installation at the Hammer Museum, but I thought I would highlight him in my artist a day challenge as well. 163 more words


Blue Parrot

Little Blue Parrot

1.75 x 1 x .75 in


Sacred Art Gallery Opens in Scottsdale

Scottsdale, Arizona has become something of a mecca for artists and art enthusiasts over the years. The town attracts not only buyers but artists as well, hoping for representation in one of the nearly 100 art galleries most of which are clustered downtown. 357 more words

Something I'm real Proud of

This is the bio/statement/whatIwannasay I’m using for our grad catalogue and guys. I love it.

Hi! I’m Ange.

I believe everyone has a superpower. Your superpower is the thing or phrase that could best define you. 470 more words


March MFA Thesis Exhibitons of Paul Richey and Martin Benson

We are extremely pleased to announce two concurrent, solo thesis exhibitions in the month of March at the UNO-St. Claude Gallery. Sculptures and drawings in “Awkward Silence,” by Paul Richey, “create a level of uncertainty that is amplified by physical tension and…treatment of material.” Richey uses wood, concrete, paint, and metal to make works that he says are “caught in the unending search for a clear note in the silence.” Paintings, drawings, and sculpture in “Beginner’s Mind” by Martin Benson distill the artist’s “personal relationship to spirituality, digital culture, and the practices and side-effects therein, into a simplified visual language expressed through shape, line, color, and light.” Benson says, “The work evokes a direct interaction with what has become one of our most vulnerable human faculties, our attention.” 55 more words

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