05.05.17

LUMINARTE FINE ART GALLERY PRESENTS "SIMPLY STATED" MAY 20TH 7-9:00PM EXHIBITION RUNS THROUGH AUG. 3RD

SIMPLY STATED explores empowerment through finding your truth, and taking action as exhibited in the political commentary found in the works of Antonio Guerrero, the social justice of Soraida Martinez, humorous romanticism of Claudio S. Pinto and calming works of Jessica M. Chaix

Mexican Beach - Jessica M. Chaix

Posted by LuminArté Fine Art Gallery

22.04.17

REFLECTION OF PERSONALIY

Portrait of Woman

Posted by Art of Filip Dacevac

23.03.17

ART BLOGS TO FOLLOW IN 2017

Looking for your daily art fix? If you want to check out beautiful art and hear more about the industry, these art blogs are worth following in 2017. The Design Files If you like contemporary art, with a design element to it, then you must visit the Design Files (http://thedesignfiles.net/). Lucy Feagins’ blog has grown in recent years, with the blog now offering the best of Australian art to readers. The site has plenty of other things to see and read about, so don’t forget to check it out. http://thedesignfiles.net/2017/03/buying-indigenous-art/

Buying Indigenous Art

Posted by Owen Gallery

23.03.17

ART BLOGS TO FOLLOW IN 2017 (CONTINUED)

We Make Money Not Art The blog (http://we-make-money-not-art.com/) is kept by the renowned art curator and critic Régine Debatty. The blog is easy on the eye and it provides a good mixture of stunning images with information about the context of art in the modern world. http://we-make-money-not-art.com/the-funambulist-no10-architecture-colonialism/

Posted by Owen Gallery

23.03.17

ART BLOGS TO FOLLOW IN 2017 (CONTINUED)

Hooked (http://www.hookedblog.co.uk/) has been going on for 10 years and it continues to be the go-to place for finding street art. The blog is mainly focused on the UK scene, but there are plenty on show from streets elsewhere in the world. The blog is not just about stunning graffiti either, but there are plenty of teeny stencil works to blow your mind. Melbourne Art Critic Those looking for a critical look at art and everything that surrounds it, head over to the Black Mark – Melbourne Art & Culture Critic. The blog is kept by Mark Holsworth and it features beautiful images and critical reviews of current art exhibitions and installation. Mark also paints, so there is an interesting element of artistry at play as well. https://melbourneartcritic.com/

Hooked

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