Posts Categorized: Art

AC Gallery presents THE 25TH FRAME, the inaugural solo exhibition by cinematographer Patrick Curtet

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AC Gallery presents THE 25TH FRAME, the inaugural solo exhibition by artist Patrick Curtet. Action-packed, emotive photographs lend themselves to open-ended narratives for the viewer to dissect. Cinematographic and fine art photographer Patrick Curtet is taking us on a road trip back in time to the Golden Age of 70’s Hollywood. Considered the New Wave… Read more »

Frustrated Art Teacher, Jennifer Carroll, Launches One-of-a-Kind Community Marketplace for Art Lovers

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A new online destination for artists and art lovers is now live at artsylane.com, with the goal of helping connect those looking for projects or have art to sell. With a target audience being art teachers, artists, makers, DIYers, and individuals seeking a creative outlet, this community of like-minded creators hopes to be a one-stop… Read more »

Russian-Jewish Artist Yury Kharchenko in a Series of Major Exhibitions this Summer and Fall

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A series of exhibitions featuring Russian-Jewish artist Yury Kharchenko are announced with the first exhibition having opened in Cologne on July 13 continuing through September 2, 2018. A second exhibition begins August 19 and runs until November 8, 2018, in Osnabrück.  And finally, Kharchenko forms part of a group exhibition at the Kunstmuseum in Bochum,… Read more »

Esoteric Artist Ty Joseph To Exhibit His First Solo Show ‘The Meaning of L’

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“Vibrant. Enigmatic. Meaningful.” Although influenced by Pop Art, with its bold, eye-catching images and impersonal approach, at the core of Ty Joseph’s work is an intense desire to express individuality, elegance, and symbolic overtones. Working with vivid, distinct colors on large canvases, Ty infuses his sense of identity into each of his works with signature… Read more »