Posts tagged ‘paint’

September 30, 2010

Robert L. Barnum: Sweeping Regionalism

by Matt Forcey

 

Robert Barnum carries a national reputation in the world of modern art.  His style is one of sweeping motion in the tradition of “regionalism,” a movement that grew in the U.S. from the early 1900s to World War II. His preferred medium is watercolor; however, also works in oil and sculpts in metal. 

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September 28, 2010

Francoise Nielly Lives in a World of Images

by Matt Forcey


She has explored the different facets of “image” all her life , through painting, photography, roughs, illustrations and virtual, computer generated animated graphics. It is clear now that painting is her direction and her passion.

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September 15, 2010

Brooklyn Street Art, “Mutual Discrepancy” by GAIA & NohJColey

by Matt Forcey

Straight outta Brooklyn, brooklynstreetart.com tracks the new creative spirit that runs in the streets, the artist studios, and galleries of New York and beyond. New hybrids, new techniques, and new mediums are expanding the definition of public art, street art, graffiti, and urban art; each vying for the attention of passers-by.

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