Victor Miller The unknown iron worker does his job and may or may not think he is making art. Non the less his work holds the frame in place and allows the work to hold together. Barnes I think uses the metal work in his collection in the same way.
It holds the art in place. Photographer and amateur artist! Unidentified maker. Handle and Hinges. Michelle Marcuse. Michelle Marcuse I grew up in South Africa. My formative years were marked by the elitism of the Apartheid system and scarred by the early-age trauma of witnessing a silent majority struggle to exist within a state of humiliation.
My artwork is rooted in childhood myths and stories and often addresses the anxiety and memories from this period. I find information in disorder and randomness. Buildup and disintegration serve as generative methods. For reference, I look at materials under duress to stimulate new forms, surface tensions and line quality. Being at the intersection of architecture, history, and culture, I relate to contemporary social issues such as dominance, the accrual of power, greed and survival.
Using discarded materials [such as cardboard, paper, plastic] in my work is deliberate. I look for unexpected approaches and for elements that have vulnerabilities.
These raw elements provoke experimentation. I hope to draw the viewer into questionable realities and illusions and to challenge cultural perceptions, beliefs and expectations. Windsor Armchair. Robert Reinhardt. After Cezanne. Robert Reinhardt The act of painting has always seemed magical to me.
Capturing and preserving a moment in time with a personal creative flare on a 2d surface is a skill acquired after many years of experience. Viewing Cezanne's painting of Mont Sainte-Victoire reinforces that magical quality for me. His use of strong earth colors mobilized by aggressive strokes, enabled Cezanne to create solid geometric forms that redefined the landscape genre for that era.
In my recent landscapes paintings I saw his influence flow into my work on many levels.
Notably the color and how his brushstrokes defined form. His surfaces have a magical quality that I tried to mirror in how I approached the watercolor for this exhibit. My paintings explore the sensitive interconnections between the temporal elements of time and their relationship to the changing environment. The careful observer begins to discover the delicate surfaces that lie hidden among the many layers of washes layered into one final piece.
The rich patinas and the weather worn surfaces magnetically draw me in as I render each image. The current series of paintings follow a recent trip to Tucson Arizona. These images bring to life a strength that lives on in these landscapes. They seem almost indifferent to the elements that continue to wear at their surfaces and daily challenge their structural integrity. At the same time this is happening Nature is painting an entirely new palette for us to see.
Jessica Libor. Jessica Libor Myths and legends tell the story of where we came from and who we see ourselves as. I am inspired by the feminine spirit: my work is about the woman who is empowered to be the heroine of her own story. My aesthetic is influenced by the Rococo and Pre-Raphaelite periods of art history, as well as theater, set design, high fashion culture.
This piece is a response to Renoir's work "In the Grass".
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I took inspiration from the dappled lighting and sense of ease and enjoyment of the outdoors, capturing the sensuous feeling of the fullness and glamour of nature, and being a part of it. Jessica Libor is an artist from Philadelphia, PA who creates work that deal with legends and myths of women, beauty, desire, artifice, and feminine experience. She writes a blog, and also curates exhibitions through the pop-up gallery Era Contemporary.
She currently lives and works in Philadelphia, PA.
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On the Grass Jeunes femmes assises dans l'herbe. Agathe Bouton. Color Chart. Agathe Bouton For Let's connect I wanted to reinterpret the textile from the clothes in this Renoir painting. I tried to find the color palette for each clothes by creating an assemblage with actual pieces of fabrics combined with paper previously print. The fabrics give also the idea of the movement created by the dress. In immediate and almost constant contact with our skin, fabric sends us back to our intimacy as well as to the sense of touch.
Agathe Bouton uses a thousand surfaces to reveal what such a material can offer when it is torn, patched, sewn, and assembled in order to become thicker and heavier, or else more refined. In the past she made huge textile Installation. At the same time our visual perception is appealed to by the vast chromatic palette of fabric dyed, painted, washed and faded. These textiles, in their superimposition and their transparence, can be perceived as the humble inscriptions of humanity on the material world — traces of our daily life.
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Marked by the deteriorations caused by exposure to the sun and the rain, these textile installations by Agathe Bouton bear witness to a memory. Agathe Bouton is a French artist. She moved to Philadelphia 3 years ago. She works mainly in various forms of printmaking, but also in painting and collage.
She has a B. A and M. She has won a number of awards for her work. Her work breaks the boundaries of the traditional medium of engraving and etching. Her modern approach to this ancient technique means her work tends to be more colourful and pictorial. Leaving the Conservatory La Sortie du conservatoire. Bethann Parker. Master and Moses. Bethann Parker My work is influenced by the same silamar interests that had inspired Barnes to set up his ensembles accordingly.
By bring multiple traditions side by side we can observe their varying plastic qualities and direct influences.
Through this understanding, I aim create visual conversations through the collapsing of multiple imagery that describes the discourse of relationships between my predecessors, contemporaries and self. Portrait of a Man BF interested me for the vast landscapes described in Netherlandish paintings. This investigation feels familiar because it mirrors the same landscape of my own home setting in the Pocono mountains.
Growing up in a home that was primarily interested in folk art, I couldn't help but make a direct correlation to this tradition and the outsider work of, Grandma Moses. Her vast landscapes carry the same plastic attributes and I wanted to bring her conversation together with that of the Netherlandish Masters.
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The horizontal landscape composition of my painting painting is an interpretation of a collapsed grandma Moses, with that of, Portrait of a Man.
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