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- Insane51 Paints Giant Mural on Tobacco Factory in Bristol November 26, 2021Greek artist Insane51 has painted a giant mural on the side of the Tobacco Factory in Bristol. Located on North … More The post Insane51 Paints Giant Mural on Tobacco Factory in Bristol appeared first on Inspiring City.
- You Iz a Machine a Homage to Comics by John McCarthy November 17, 2021We are talking about comics and discussing ‘You Iz a Machine’ the latest exhibition by John McCarthy at the Ben … More The post You Iz a Machine a Homage to Comics by John McCarthy appeared first on Inspiring City.
- ALO Liminal exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery November 13, 2021Liminal is the latest solo exhibition from ALO at the Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea. Featuring a series of portraits, it’s … More The post ALO Liminal exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery appeared first on Inspiring City.
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- Creating a Sense of Belonging December 22, 2021“I remember when I was younger my mom and I would sit down on the living room floor and rummage through boxes of family pictures. We looked for portraits of my grandparents and other family members who lived far from us. I liked to ask questions about who everyone was... My mom always responded with […]
- On Assignment with a Young Photographer December 17, 2021Nermen first joined Creative Art Works last summer on the graphic design team in the multimedia program [link] because she wanted to try something outside her comfort zone and not directly related to a medical career path; however, she discovered a passion for the arts and their ability to amplify issues of social justice and […]
- Seeing NYC through a Youthful Lens December 7, 2021“The Center for Active Design wanted to amplify youth voices in their revised Active Design Guidelines. More than offering paid creative youth development, this program challenged our young people to take a sense of agency in the future of our city.” — CAW Executive Director Brian Ricklin
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- Grandma Moses Fireplace November 28, 2021by Andrea Mulder-Slater This lesson has been such a hit with our KinderArt Club members, I’ve decided to make it available for everyone! Create a fireplace inspired by the fireplace in a Grandma Moses painting. Anna Mary Robertson – better known as Grandma Moses, lived to be 101 years old and created over 1600 works […]
- Go With the Flow Watercolor Trees October 19, 2021by Andrea Mulder-Slater Paint trees using a loose watercolor technique that is great for all ages. Our version shows trees in the Spring or Summer, but if you add some reds and oranges, you will have instant fall color trees! What You Need: Watercolor paper (9″ x 12″), at least 90lb (or other thick Sulphite […]
- Printed Fall Trees October 9, 2021by Andrea Mulder-Slater Make a fall tree scene using a combination of monoprinting and block printing techniques. What You Need: Sulphite or other heavy weight paper (9″ x 12″) Liquid tempera paint Paintbrushes A wooden block (or piece of heavy cardboard) Yarn, rope or string Tape A cookie tray (or piece of plexiglass) What You […]
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- Kaleidoscopic Patterns Coil Around Miniature Snakes Exquisitely Cast in Glass January 14, 2022Intricate linework and trippy, geometric motifs flow through the minuscule glass-blown serpents by Ryan Eicher. The Maryland-based artist casts smooth, colorful gradients, rainbow stripes, thin parallel bands, and intersecting helices within the snakes’ coiled bodies, a challenge considering the structure of the patterns shifts as he shapes the forms. Each miniature creature stretches only a […]
- ‘The House’ Is a Mysterious Animated Trilogy Following Three Generations of Stop-Motion Characters January 14, 2022A destitute family, an uneasy property developer, and an unrealistic landlady clinging to the past all find themselves grappling with control when they inhabit The House. The mysterious dwelling is the titular character of Netflix’s new three-part series that brings some of the most promising names of stop-motion animation to the major television platform. Created […]
- Teeming with Leaves and Grasses, Oil Paintings Cloaked in Lush Foliage Evoke the Forest Floor January 14, 2022Thick foliage in shades of green sprout from every inch of JA Paunkovic’s canvases. The Serbian husband-and-wife duo of Jelena and Aleksandar render luxuriant scenes brimming with realistic plant life. Patches of verdant grasses, shrubs, and flowering specimens sprawl across the oil-based works, which mimic the lush patches of vegetation that the pair encounters while […]
Latest news from : Grace Ebert (art )
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