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New Mexico Art by Ernest Doty Meets California

Mural Art and New Mexico Art reach the lives of everyone because of their obtrusive visibility much like politics that affect the lives of everyone for better or worse. Contemporary art hurled the all the oily vases of flowers and cloudy landscapes back to the past. Sure the city of Albuquerque make one think of Read more…

 

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Contemporary Art Quilts that Transcend Traditional Craft

Art like the Contemporary Art quilts by Ben Venom ensure their places for traditional craft in the Contemporary Art museums. Visual studies is the most fascinating topic. Admittedly, even a museum date with artist, Ben Venom, might be the worst idea ever. And most people don’t invite attractive people out on the weekend to go Read more…

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Mona Hatoum Works that will Change the World

Both inspiration and a darkness are dormant but ready within Mona Hatoum Works. There’s a dangerous power within us all. Can a child really control the weather by stepping on a spider? This fictional sense of power, in other ways, might actually be real. A kid might not really make it rain by accidentally crushing Read more…

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3D Painting and 3D Paintings on Canvas with a Purpose

3d painting like this that has never been seen in 3d paintings on canvas can be so much more than just an art object. She has done it; Danielle Mysliwiec has glued 3d painting and viewers together. Her 3d painting on canvas at Chandra Cerrito Contemporary in Oakland, CA is a delightful example of visual Read more…

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