Fred Fleisher was born in Pennsylvania and lives in Brooklyn, NY. After an enlistment in the Army he earned a BFA and a BS from Penn State and an MFA from Queens College, CUNY.
I first saw Israeli-Canadian painter Melanie Daniel's work in Echo Shield, her 2012 solo show at Asya Geisberg gallery. I had a frustrating experience with it: it was interesting work which I liked and wanted to write about. But I lacked the conceptual framework to describe what I was seeing.
What you may not know is that the Florence Academy of Art is coming to New York, in more ways than one. As the interest in paintings, which utilize skill based training and techniques has grown, the FAA is answering the demand with a new campus.
We challenge our students to develop life-long skills such as analytical thinking, clarity in written and spoken expression, collaboration, and creativity.
"Harmonies" Oil Pastel, Resin, Paper Towels, and acrylic on Panel, 40” x 49” “Harmonies” uses a grid as a symbol for civilized human culture...
Now on view at the El Camino College Art Gallery, Myth and Image is an exhibition that explores the relationship of traditional mythology to contemporary visual imagery. The exhibit was organized by ECC Gallery Director Susanna Meiers.
In The Clutches Of Tennessee 5x4 feet acrylic, collage, colored pencil, and oil on paper mounted to panel For more information about the work of ...
In her series The Journey, now on view at the Kwan Fong Gallery of Art and Culture at Cal Lutheran University, painter Carolin Peters is presenting an ambitious body of work that expresses the inner journey toward psychological individuation.
Conor Walton, one of Ireland's leading representational painters, strives to create paintings that go beyond mere technical competence.
With none of the rigor of 19th century training, university art departments and art schools roll out thousands of wannabe artists annually in what must be one of the greatest educational scams ever perpetrated. At least the 19th century Beaux Arts painters were trained to make a living of it.
For the past four years I have been working on watercolor/gouaches on paper during summer/fall visits to Chania, on the island of Crete where I was born. The light there is vivid, warm and intense, which influences my work.
Art school is an easy and enjoyable target for satire and jokes. Most everyone I know has had some of the kind of experiences that fall into the way art school is usually portrayed.
“RTZ”, 60” x 48”, acrylic and acrylic spray paint on canvas, 2013. “The Forest From the Trees” – an exhibition curtated by Joshua Dildin...
Artist JeanPaul Mallozzi, a native of New York City now working in Miami, is a kind of psychic Surrealist who creates dreamlike personal narratives that attempt to glimpse his subject's psyches. Entrancing, memorable and unnerving, Mallozzi's works are uncannily emotional.
It is radical for an artist who was at the forefront of the plastic movement in the 1960s, ahead of the semiotic curve in dioramas in the 1970s, and breaking ground in abstract painting in the 1990s, to make a 180-degree return to representational painting after 2000.
Her work is infused with the concerns of the outsider, the downtrodden, the marginalized and the oppressed. War, social justice and a call for an acknowledgement of the world's ills permeate her material.