The expressive space of Chris Rohrbach

This article continues my series on the illusion of Depth in painting, with a focus on contemporary artist Chris Rohrbach  Prior articles (more general) are Depth in painting, a short into; and The Road to Perspective (development of depth in … Read More

Janine Riley – Depth in the details

This article continues my series on the illusion of Depth in painting, with a focus on contemporary artist Janine Riley.  Prior articles (more general) are Depth in painting, a short into; and The Road to Perspective (development of depth in … Read More

Poem and Artwork by Irene Koronas

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Boston based Oddball magazine has been growing, expanding, and getting better every week. Right now – an interesting juxtaposition of poetry and text-based collage art. Evocative and somewhat moody, IMHO. Have a look (follow the rebloggy thingy)

An interview with artist Charlie Spear

This is the second in my series of interviews with artists you may not know about, but whose work I find remarkable. Charlie Spear is based in Peru, Indiana and the countryside and his landscapes never fail to capture a … Read More

An Interview with Artist Marlene Burns

Why interview artists?  and why Marlene Burns? There are many artists who enjoy working with abstraction, and for a variety of reasons.  It’s difficult not to note how many of the very famous abstract artists, the household names,  started as … Read More

Maryland Upcoming Exhibits – Bathgate, Valluzzi (2 different shows)

I just received Chris Bathgate‘s new newsletter.   He’s a very unique and interesting sculptor, and was a featured artist on my blog.  His work reminds me of the coolest high vacuum goodies you’ll ever hold in your hot little hands.  … Read More

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