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  • Beautiful Bizarre’s “Femme to Femme Fatale”

    Beautiful Bizarre’s “Femme to Femme Fatale”

      Beautiful Bizarre Magazine presents a brand new group show entitled Femme to Femme Fatale. Hosted by Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco, the compelling collection features 60 pieces of artwork exploring the idea of the modern woman. “The beau…
    - 16 Sep 16, 9:00am -
  • Aleksandra Kabakova

    Aleksandra Kabakova

      The souls and emotion of nature is captured in the ink drawings of Aleksandra Kabakova. Through intimately detailed line work, the Russian illustrator captures various moods of each environment she creates. The scenes wave between a lonely melanch…
    - 15 Sep 16, 9:00am -
  • Alea Hurst’s Societal Masks

    Alea Hurst’s Societal Masks

      Usually we wear masks to disguise ourselves, to hide some of who we are. Though, in the case of these paintings from Alea Hurst, the masks reveal much more. The Atlanta based artist paints with oil on fabric with bits of her figures exposing the…
    - 14 Sep 16, 9:00am -
  • JoKa’s Provenance Crux

    JoKa’s Provenance Crux

        Hyper pointillism painter JoKa brings us along as he creates one of his newest works in this time lapse video.       Attack JoKa! http://dotjoka.com YouTube Facebook Instagram Twitter Other recent works from JoKa
    - 13 Sep 16, 9:21am -
  • TRIAD Pop Up Book from Junko Mizuno

    TRIAD Pop Up Book from Junko Mizuno

      Illustrator Junko Mizuno gives extra life to her iconic characters in a new pop-up book titled Triad. Published with Poposition Press, Triad features The Nurse, The Witch and The Wrestler in the world of Mizuno’s signature art style. Ten pieces…
    - 12 Sep 16, 9:12am -
  • Childhood Memories of Gabriella Barouch

    Childhood Memories of Gabriella Barouch

      One can not help but to be struck with an air of childhood nostalgia when viewing the illustrations of Gabriella Barouch. A slightly muted color pallet of neutral tones emit a warmth that emphasize the highly detailed cast of characters in this im…
    - 10 Sep 16, 11:15am -
  • Jeremiah Ketner

    Jeremiah Ketner

      The vividly colored ladies of Jeremiah Ketner’s paintings are instantly recognizable. They are dreamy, adorned with flowers, have a child-like innocence unique to each of them. The Chicago artist draws a lot of design and motif inspiration from…
    - 8 Sep 16, 10:30am -
  • Joshua Flint’s Nostalgia

    Joshua Flint’s Nostalgia

      Painter Joshua Flint explores ideas of the in between, a threshold where humanity stands among all types of change around themselves.  With the use of images from old sources such as digitized museum archives and vintage shops, a decaying nostal…
    - 6 Sep 16, 9:31am -
  • Style in the Dark – Katarzyna Widmańska

    Style in the Dark – Katarzyna Widmańska

      Katarzyna Widmańska is a Polish photographer blurring the line between fine art and fashion photography. Striking beauties are poised for the shot yet, there is an edge to the presentation as a darker narrative is presented. These subtle elements…
    - 4 Sep 16, 8:51am -
  • Evgeniya Golik

    Evgeniya Golik

      Under the pen name “Evgola” artist Evgeniya Golik connects us to a realm of fantasies. Evgola’s paintings take a nod from the European Renaissance and old fairy tales. Gold accents highlight the portraits of the mystical beings that stare b…
    - 3 Sep 16, 2:07pm -

ARTDISH

  • Modern Masterpieces at Pacific Northwest Ballet

    Modern Masterpieces at Pacific Northwest Ballet

    Modern Masterpieces, Pacific Northwest Ballet March 15-24, 2013 Modern Masterpieces is a collection of four dances, three by acknowledged masters George Balanchine, Ulysses Dove and Twyla Tharp. The evening’s wild card was a world premiere called M…
    - 18 Mar 13, 12:27pm -
  • “All Premiere” at Pacific Northwest Ballet

    “All Premiere” at Pacific Northwest Ballet

    Pacific Northwest Ballet’s All Premiere program was a bit like an old Mickey Rooney movie. You know the one, where everyone comes together to put on a stirring show. In this case, PNB Artistic Director Peter Boal invited three of his dancers to joi…
    - 14 Nov 12, 3:59pm -
  • Amy O’Neal’s Innovative, Daring and Original Dance/Performance

    Amy O’Neal’s Innovative, Daring and Original Dance/Performance

    The title is a mouthful. The Most Innovative, Daring, and Original Piece of Dance/Performance You Will See This Decade. Amy O’Neal meant it to be tongue in cheek, but her evening length work is most definitely innovative, original and daring. Over…
    - 15 Oct 12, 4:47pm -
  • Mark Morris Dance Group at On The Boards

    Mark Morris Dance Group at On The Boards

    One hour before showtime. A line snaked down the stairs and up the block from On the Boards front door on Roy Street, on Seattle’s Lower Queen Anne. A harried OTB staff member corralled the crowd into two lines: season subscribers and will call pic…
    - 8 Oct 12, 12:44pm -
  • Mike Simi at Season

    Mike Simi at Season

    Normally when one reviews an art show, the venue in which the art is displayed is not part of the story.  Modern galleries and museums go to great lengths to keep their settings neutral; art is shown on blank walls carefully separated from windows,…
    - 16 Aug 12, 6:47pm -
  • If Chairs Could Speak: Roy McMakin at Western Bridge

    If Chairs Could Speak: Roy McMakin at Western Bridge

    The Roy McMakin exhibition at Western Bridge completely turned my head around regarding his work. Before this show I’d seen McMakin’s pieces in a number of group and solo exhibitions, but I hadn’t been able to quite figure out what he was up to…
    - 15 Jun 12, 3:16pm -
  • Pacific Northwest Ballet’s Encore, or Farewell to Lucien Postlewaite

    Pacific Northwest Ballet’s Encore, or Farewell to Lucien Postlewaite

    Pacific Northwest Ballet’s Encore, or Lucien Postlewaite’s Farewell By Marcie Sillman How do you say goodbye to someone whose artistry has challenged and delighted you, provided moments of transcendent beauty and pure emotion, opened your eyes to…
    - 11 Jun 12, 4:18pm -
  • Everett DuPen at the Museum of Northwest Art

    Everett DuPen at the Museum of Northwest Art

    When the Seattle City Council was searching for a site for a new skateboard park at Seattle Center, their first idea was to replace a very period fountain from the 1962 World’s Fair near the center of the campus called the Fountain of Creation. The…
    - 23 May 12, 6:05pm -
  • Approaching Ecstasy
    Approaching Ecstasy/Whim W’him and the Esoterics By Marcie Sillman Esoterics’ Founding Director Eric Banks says the collaboration between dance company Whim W’him and his vocal group, The Esoterics, was, perhaps, destined. After all, he pointed…
    - 22 May 12, 12:07pm -
  • Goodbye, Lucien Postelwaite

    Goodbye, Lucien Postelwaite

    Goodbye Lucien Postelwaite By Marcie Sillman Pacific Northwest Ballet, and Seattle dance fans, will say goodbye to one of the city’s finest dancers this summer. PNB Principal Dancer Lucien Postelwaite leaves the company in June, to join Les Ballets…
    - 2 Apr 12, 4:18pm -

Artist's Network

  • Who Is Really Making Money in the Art World? Money Month on Art Opening(s) Podcast, Episode 5C
    Who is making money in the art world? That’s the question for this third episode of Money Month on the Art Opening(s) podcast.The post Who Is Really Making Money in the Art World? Money Month on Art Opening(s) Podcast, Episode 5C appeared first on…
    - 3 days ago, 12 Jul 18, 8:30pm -
  • 7 Tools for Texture in Watercolor
    Here are seven tools for watercolor texture that build up tons of visual drama. It’s all in the ways that you use them.The post 7 Tools for Texture in Watercolor appeared first on Artists Network.
    - 3 days ago, 12 Jul 18, 8:25pm -
  • Eric Wiegardt on Breaking Composition Rules
    Because the rules never seemed to fit his watercolor painting at hand, Eric Wiegardt devised a simple process for evaluating his paintings that has worked well for him over the years. Here he shares composition rules that are made to be broken.The p…
    - 4 days ago, 12 Jul 18, 3:00am -
  • 5 Pastel Color Palettes for 5 Floral Favorites
    Artist Jude Tolar shows how to make color decoding easy with these five pastel color palettes perfect for capturing the vibrancy of your favorite florals.The post 5 Pastel Color Palettes for 5 Floral Favorites appeared first on Artists Network.
    - 4 days ago, 12 Jul 18, 1:20am -
  • Miniature Bird Paintings in Gouache by Dina Brodsky
    Dina Brodsky’s gouache miniature bird paintings have become a global hit on Instagram — all based on a body of work that Brodsky says she’s been exploring since day one. The post Miniature Bird Paintings in Gouache by Dina Brodsky appeared fir…
    - 5 days ago, 10 Jul 18, 8:24pm -
  • They Deserve the Limelight | Winners in the 2017 Artistic Excellence Competition
    Every year as the judges weigh and ponder each art contest submission that comes in for the Artistic Excellence art competition, we wait with more than a few tingles of anticipation at what the winning artworks will be. And now the wait is over. Th…
    - 5 days ago, 10 Jul 18, 8:00pm -
  • Surprising and Fun Ways to Incorporate Color into Your Sketchbook
    Love color and love the ease of working in your sketchbook? Here are a few surprising and fun ways to incorporate color into your sketchbook so you are guaranteed both!The post Surprising and Fun Ways to Incorporate Color into Your Sketchbook appear…
    - 6 days ago, 9 Jul 18, 8:36pm -
  • The Color of Music
    Four celebrated painters — Ingres, Whistler, Kandinsky and Klee — used the principles of music to advance composition and color.The post The Color of Music appeared first on Artists Network.
    - 7 days ago, 8 Jul 18, 8:41pm -
  • Erasing the Street Art Stigma | Why Painting in the Streets Works
    Two organizations share why they invested in street art, the impact they have in the community and the legacy they will leave. The post Erasing the Street Art Stigma | Why Painting in the Streets Works appeared first on Artists Network.
    - 10 days ago, 6 Jul 18, 1:49am -
  • Art for Rent: Money Month on Art Opening(s) Podcast, Episode 5B
    As an artist are you ready to go the route of art for rent? That’s what we ask one artist, Miranda Aisley, doing just that and all the benefits and draw backs of art on loan in this second Money Month episode of the Art Opening(s) podcast.The post…
    - 10 days ago, 5 Jul 18, 8:47pm -

EMPTY KINGDOM

  • Lino Lago

    Lino Lago

    Spanish artist Lino Lago‘s portraiture series entitled “Fake Abstract” reproduces classical renaissance paintings by finishing each piece with a block or a splatter of pleasure. linolago.com
    - 45 days ago, 1 Jun 18, 1:35pm -
  • Alexander Berdin-Lazursky

    Alexander Berdin-Lazursky

    It’s Tuesday, May 15th and it’s one of those days and mid-months where you’re eager to see something special. Something out there, something unique. So spoil and feast your eyes on New York based photographer Alexander Berdin-Lazursky‘s other…
    - 61 days ago, 15 May 18, 6:38pm -
  • Born Just Now with Robert Adanto

    Born Just Now with Robert Adanto

    Robert Adanto’s new art documentary Born Just Now delves into the life and performance work of Marta Jovanović, a Belgrade-based artist struggling to cope with the pain accompanying the end of an eight-year marriage. Through several performances,…
    - 71 days ago, 6 May 18, 3:20am -
  • Mick Hee

    Mick Hee

    Feast your eyes on Mick Hee‘s surreal body of tattoo designs and illustrations. The tattooist is heavily inspired by Japanese culture embodying a refreshing and odd twist. kimmickhee.tumblr.com
    - 73 days ago, 4 May 18, 12:50pm -
  • Tess Roby

    Tess Roby

    Tess Roby is a photographer based out of Montreal, Canada. flickr.com/photos/tessroby
    - 84 days ago, 23 Apr 18, 10:00am -
  • Fallen Giants

    Fallen Giants

    “Today’s tech giants are so omnipresent in our lives, it’s hard to imagine a future without them…” –Mike Winkelmann, Charleston, SC. beeple-crap.com
    - 88 days ago, 19 Apr 18, 1:00pm -
  • Paul Cristina

    Paul Cristina

    “I am primarily interested in exploring ideas and images of uncertainty in places that exist underneath the exteriors of everyday life. I want the work to deliver an experience that is unavoidably human – something to make us think, feel and ask…
    - 28 Mar 18, 10:00am -
  • Mat Miller

    Mat Miller

    Mat Miller is an illustrator based out of Bristol, UK. matmillerillustration.com
    - 21 Mar 18, 10:00am -
  • Ori Toor

    Ori Toor

    Ori Toor is an illustrator, animator, and very impulsive freestyle doodler. He obsessively draws heaps of otherworldly landspaces and shapes. He never plans or sketches. Always improvises. oritoor.com
    - 15 Mar 18, 1:40pm -
  • Thomas Ehretsmann

    Thomas Ehretsmann

    Thomas Ehretsmann is an illustrator based out of Strasbourg, France who’s work has been featured in the New Yorker, Rolling Stone, Elle Magazine and various European and American books and journals. His work has been exhibited at Gallery L’Oeil d…
    - 1 Mar 18, 12:47pm -

Financial Times: Visual Arts

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PORT

  • newTeeth and Consequence at Private Places

    Teeth and Consequence at Private Places

    Portland has seen a lot of excellent private art openings and events this weekend but here is an artist organized event we can point you to. Organized by Christopher Russell and Bobbi Woods Teeth and Consequence at a space called Private Places exp…
    - 15 hours ago, 15 Jul 18, 1:44pm -
  • One To See: R.B. Kitaj's The Studio Where I Died

    One To See: R.B. Kitaj's The Studio Where I Died

    Detail of R.B. Kitaj's, The Studio Where I Died (2005) at OJMHCE, collection of Portland Art MuseumPicasso, The Death of Casagemas (1901)Paintings about death are tricky things. The artist has no free pass, no solid information to go on. Loss is…
    - 2 days ago, 14 Jul 18, 1:46pm -
  • Artist Opps
    It is summer time, the time that stronger artists are working and all the wannabes screw off. Here are a few things you might consider applying for:It is time again to apply for the annual Betty Bowen awards. What I like about it is it is suppose…
    - 6 days ago, 9 Jul 18, 8:59pm -
  • Summer Show Strut

    Summer Show Strut

    Many art cities check out during the Summer but Portland's weather is great and San Francisco + NYC residents vacation here in droves. The net result is "summertime" is a strong time for shows. Sure there are the ubiquitous summer group shows but…
    - 10 days ago, 5 Jul 18, 6:02pm -
  • July 4th Links
    We have been hard at work on reviews over here at PORT... till then:The brilliance of Ocasio-Cortez's design for her campaign.LACMA's drive to finish their building campaign. I'm all for having more of the collection on display and shaking up the…
    - 12 days ago, 4 Jul 18, 3:19pm -
  • Annual Seed Building Open House

    Annual Seed Building Open House

    North Coast Seed BuildingThe North Coast Seed Building is one of Portland's great artist work spaces (many have disappeared or have been threatened). Today it hosts its annual open house. I loved last year's Seed Building Open House. The building i…
    - 16 days ago, 30 Jun 18, 1:25pm -
  • Early June Links
    Tablet has a very interesting article on cultural appropriation that everyone in creative fields can take something from. At a certain point culture cannot be a proprietary exercise... do I find the PSU Vikings mascot odd? Yes... but does everyone…
    - 34 days ago, 11 Jun 18, 8:28pm -
  • Mother Shape at Indivisble

    Mother Shape at Indivisble

    As PORT readers already know Indivisible is one of the most interesting alternative spaces in Portland and this house/gallery continues its programming with Mother Shape by Amy Conway. To paraphrase, apparently the exhibition replicates, documents…
    - 43 days ago, 2 Jun 18, 6:09pm -
  • Carol Yarrow one of Portland's Best

    Carol Yarrow one of Portland's Best

    It is with a heavy heart to report that Portland has lost one of its finest citizen's, Carol Yarrow. A prodigious and talented photographer who focused on the humanity of her subjects, she will be greatly missed. She was involved with Bluesky and…
    - 53 days ago, 24 May 18, 3:34pm -
  • Evolving thoughts on Marylhurst closure

    Evolving thoughts on Marylhurst closure

    Shocking news today that Marylhurst University's board has voted to close the 125 year institution by the end of the year. I dont buy the Great Recession argument, Portland is awash in new developments and art enthusiasts. Still, it was obvious to…
    - 59 days ago, 17 May 18, 9:04pm -

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