Sunday, 03 July, 2022

Tag: painting


I know very little of this artist – I have this firefox plug-in that throws up sometimes seemingly random wikipedia entries at the side of my searches and this was one of those serendipitous discoveries. Wikipedia has this to say: Read more…


I think I found Fernando Chamarelli using stumbleupon to browse Flickr so it was one of those wonderful fortuitous moments that occasionally lead us somewhere that we are going to enjoy visiting many times. His profile describes the influence of Read more…


I have my wife to thank for finding this artist, and is often the case nowadays it was an accidental stumbling across him while looking for something else online. I looked over and there he was, or rather there his Read more…


the (r)evolution of modern expression: it is a phrase that captures so much of the spirit of mike’s work, whether it is his art or his writing. the pieces are alive with process, with thought, with meaning — like the Read more…


The film by Julian Schnabel delivered the tragic yet charming story of Basquiat to me before I found it, which I eventually would have through my exploration of Warhol and the world of The Factory. His art is unlike anything Read more…


Well, maybe I am some kind of retard but this picture is about the only information that I could find on this guy. I’ve seen similar images to the above one but I think it was the colouring in this Read more…


If you haven’t heard of this guy or checked out his site, where he has prints of his amazing art on sale, then you really need to head on over there and check him out. With some of the pieces Read more…


Whilst I was traveling around the US I stayed in Ohio, and while I was in Youngstown, Ohio I went to the Butler Institute for art. One of the exhibitions that I went to when we were walking around the Read more…


I think, to a degree, being part of an exhibition called Sensation damaged this painting and limited its impact. I really wish that I had got to see at the gallery — that long walk that they had designed towards Read more…


Thank you Manic Street Preachers for introducing me to the work of Jenny Saville. Saville’s work adorned the cover of the Manic’s masterpiece — The Holy Bible and it was the perfect compliment to the music that was contained within Read more…