Zhang Dali’s Slogans: NYC

Posted on April 3, 2011 Under Art

Eli Klein Fine Art in NYC is showing Zhang Dali's fifth exhibition and first solo show at their gallery. The opening is tomorrow night, April 4th. If you've never seen Zhang Dali's work in person I highly recommend seeing it.…

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Andy Andy Andy

Posted on April 5, 2010 Under Art

Some nice painting and illustration work by Andy Detskas, a talented fella.

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Frederic Terral: UNPLUG: The Painting

Posted on November 9, 2009 Under Art

UNPLUG: The Painting: The UNPLUG painting and its companion blog are simple reminders that my existence is a modest part of a greater whole. I do not seek an entirely unplugged life but I do seek a soul enriching connection…

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Lisa Solberg x New Paintings

Posted on October 9, 2008 Under Art

I went to sleep last night with Lisa Solberg's paintings as the last thing I saw on my laptop, and I think some of her works snuck into my dreams. It isn't hard to imagine. Her subject matter ranges from…

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Todd James x Blood & Treasure

Posted on August 28, 2008 Under Art

The head artist and founder of the REAS International, Todd James, has a history of creating comic-like statements of his surroundings. When you find out that he began making art as a kid on the streets of NYC, painting simple…

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Daniel Edlen

Posted on September 7, 2007 Under Art

The beauty of art is that there is nothing that its defines boundaries or rules; you can work with any media on any surface and it is art. Daniel Edlen found his niche painting portraits of American legends on original…

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Aya Takano: Future, Sex, and Sadness

Posted on February 19, 2007 Under Art

I've really enjoyed watching the evolution of Japanese artist Aya Takano. She uses acrylic and diluted gouache paints to create fictional, erotic, and sullen images featuring thin, big-eyed Geisha girls-- there's a taste of sex, sadness, and the future all…

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Jeremiah Palecek: Nerd Art

Posted on January 19, 2007 Under Art

Many of you know about Tom Judd's successful quest to illustrate one page per day for an entire year. Well, Jeremiah Palecek had the same goal, but he is a Czech painter specializing in nerd art. To Jeremiah, 'nerd art'…

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Warren Schultheis Art

Posted on January 11, 2007 Under Art

While I am freezing my ass off in CO this week, artist Warren Schultheis is most likely freezing his ass off in either his studio or in the Pacific Ocean in Santa Barbara, California. Warren apparently has a thing for…

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Alexandre Orion Metabolics Project: Photo Miami

Posted on December 15, 2006 Under Art

The origin of the word 'Metabolics' comes from the word Metabiosis, meaning intermediary symbiosis: a more indirect dependency in which the second organism uses something the first created, however after the death of the first. Alexandre Orion's work ingeniously captures…

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