Surrealist Sculpture Art by John Abery is Monumental

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The Contemporary sculpture artist, John Abery, and his Surrealist sculpture art modifies size and the monumental to question the viewer’s space in the world. John Abery became a sculptor because he would always see things in three dimensions in his head and wanted to express all parts of his vision. This naturally led to becoming … Read more

Oil Pastels and how the Individual Perceives Them

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Often a work such as those in oil pastels by Michael Alderson can be perceived by many in many different ways. Michael Alderson has mastered oil pastels during his time as an artist since Graduating from Kendall School of Design in 1992. Most oil pastel art, including this, goes without titles because Alderson feels “that … Read more

Art Therapy and Healing Expressive Art

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Did you know that both viewing and creating expressive art can do healthful things for your mind, body, and soul? It’s called art therapy. It’s true, and it’s part of the reason that everyone should be enjoying expressive art. It’s the reason for art museums, art in school, and adult art classes. It’s the reason … Read more

Shirin Neshat Discusses Death and Gender

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Shirin Neshat uses her own life experiences to voice, via female art and identity art, the strife of women not just in Iran, but all over. Discrimination against women in the Middle East and across the world is so devastating and silencing that even works of female art done by female artists addressing the issue … Read more

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Protest Art both Historic and Contemporary

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Makers of protest art have a long history of directing their pointed, vulgar, and assertive facial hair at patrons and governments while defying traditional oppression even in modern times with the Black Lives Matter art and other activist art. “I always try to say something with my art. I feel like art is truly the … Read more

Gay Film: Derek Jarman, Queens, Punks, and LGBT Art

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Derek Jarman, a gay film and gay cinema genius, finds balance with politics, punks, and LGBT art with his movies History does not run in a straight line. Gay film is no exception. It is a process of cycles as in gay cinema. It is existing, changing and coming back around, sometimes centuries later even … Read more

White Marble Possibly Initiated Contemporary Art

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Beautiful white marble in the 17th Century may have inspired the marble sculpture and many other forms of sculpture in contemporary times. Sometimes the picture plane seems more like a large impenetrable door to a bank vault rather than a delicate transparent window. The surface of a work of art can either be inviting or … Read more

Abstract Art

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Abstract art is this world of endless possibilities. There are at least a thousand different ways to construct any image on canvas, from clay, or even in a collage made from litter. It all starts with a blueprint that artists call design. Worthy artists will certainly plan most of the design of their abstract art … Read more

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