Gasp! The shattered glass sculptures of German artist Josepha Gasch-Muche. I’d seen her work at Glasstress 2017… it stopped me in my tracks then, and…
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Yep, there are TWO members in the spotlight today, both of whom have cut & pasted their way to my heart! American artists Amy Putman (first 2 pieces…
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“Louise Nevelson : Persistence”. Oh my word. This was the show we saw in Venice yesterday, and I cannot stop thinking about it. Louise Nevelson…
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LACE!? Yep. American artist Elizabeth Coffey paints on lace, then pulls off that lace, leaving behind the texture of, you guessed it, lace! Here’s why…
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You guys… I couldn’t believe I was finally standing beside this stunning work. I’m sure you know this is a peek into the American Pavilion at the…
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I have loved the work of Maryland based artist Tawny Chatmon since the moment I saw it in 2020… and yesterday I got an up-close look at two of them on…
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After several flights, a few sprints through a few airports, and lost luggage, I just arrived in Venice, so I have to be honest… I’m scrambling for…
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Ahhh, fresh walls ready ‘n waiting for more art! So, fun fact, it’s not just artists who are society members… there are a bunch of galleries, too…
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Ooooh, I like you, too! Okay, I’ve posted about her here before, but every time American artist Melissa Sims makes a new vintage-inspired, neon (that’s…
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Gasp! This is the lovely work of Turkish artist Suna K. She makes these candy-colored glass “companions” in Eskisehir, close to the remnants of some of…
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I’m not sure why, but I woke up thinking about the work of Korean-born, New York-based artist Il Lee. What are we looking at here? BALL. POINT. PEN…
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American artist Aris Moore was one of the first artists I ever wrote about, and I just keep doing it! I absolutely love the way Aris draws people, but I…
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