It's not surprising to learn that most mature artists can look back at their birthplace with the realization that specific past childhood influences and geographical elements continue to permanently encourage and impact their current work.
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Artists may enjoy sports, and athletes may well appreciate art, but generally we don't tend to put the two together in the same thought. Perhaps we should.
At the VIP (polo) lounge set up at Nova's Ark, a Bridgehampton sculpture field, two giants went head to head: Edward Albee and Faith Ringgold. A forme...
I have gone to The Art Show and The Armory Show (now with its nine satellite shows) in New York City for many years. One either needs amazing stamina or two days to really visit both.
The most sustaining force in an artist's life is supportive friendship with other artists. And if those friendships also are the basis for artistic collaboration, that is more marvelous still.
On a random Friday afternoon between snowstorms, visitors to Tibor de Nagy's midtown gallery for the "Painters & Poets" exhibit marveled at the small ...
Whether the curve of a mermaid, the muscled back of a donkey, or the quiet pride of a fisherman at sea, Paton Miller's paintings speak to the "we" that ties humanity together.
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