Delicious Texture, bend sperm spoons, many many bottle caps and pennies. A triumph of obsessive attention to detail patterns, ordinary object that with someone's creativity and aesthetic become someone else. Eung Ho Park at the dm contemporary in NYC
I came across this exhibition in New York, another reason to visit. Caribbean: Crossroads of the World. It is currently on view at El Museo del Barrio in Manhattan and the The Queens Museum of Art. It was previously at As a caribbean Artist I find this especially interesting. I know the mix of growing up with a heavy colonial influence, loving and … Continue reading Caribbean: Crossroads of the World- Exhibition
I'm loving The Blue room by Suzanne Valadon. I love stripes in paintings and fabric. I'll paint as much subjects with material as I can get my hands on. Read the Article at HuffingtonPost
A book wall installation by Anouk Kruithof. I would love to have one of these in my living room. What is awesome is that the book are all the original color. can you imagine the patience to construct this and to collect te books. Check it out on Art for ever facebook page
I couldn't resist this one. I love pictures of pools and people in the a la David Hockney. I just discovered another "pool" Artist today SmanthaFrench.com. I'm glad they found each other he loves taking picture of her in water and she seems to enjoy it also. I have a slight obsession with cowboy … Continue reading Erik Kessels’ ‘In Almost Every Picture’ Series Features Fred Clark’s Underwater Wife Photos
Another awesome Artist at the Denver Art Museum, Theodore Waddell’s Abstract Angus . This piece looks like cattle or Buffallo in a field. What do you see?
Vincent Van Gogh at the Denver Art Museum. I wish I could make the trip. Tooling around my favorite Art page at the Huffington post I saw a picture I thought was Van Gogh that I have never seen before. It great to see something that new from an Artist that I thought I new … Continue reading Vincent Van Gogh at the Denver Art Museum