The impressionist era artists produced a dizzying amount of work the explored and celebrated the outdoors, and in what could be termed The Met garden show, you can see an impressive exploration of this work. The artists displayed include many of the painters that are the biggest names from the late eighteenth century to the […]
Claude Monet is one of the foremost painters of the impressionist movement. His efforts to show the motion and color of light are in full force at museums in New York City. If you want to view works by Monet, you aren't limited to just one of the art museums in NYC. In fact, Monet's […]
Painting, while often thought of a 2d medium, is much more three-dimensional than it is often given credit. It makes it hard to appreciate a work of art in two dimensions. I spent a while yesterday studying two of MoMA’s masterpieces. Flag by Jasper John stood outside the entrance for the Robert Rauschenberg: Among Friends exhibit that’s […]
I’ve been continuing to have fun with watercolors. I find the process of creating something tangible to be a nice contrast with the majority of my day where I am creating digital things. My friend Brian celebrated the second anniversary of the Post Status Club where he provides excellent news and insight for the WordPress […]
I think I’m going to spend some more time on wood grains. Didn’t get it great yet.
I painted in public for the first time. I worry that I’ll be judged and I could hear the people next to me mention my art as I was making it, but I made it through. As I continue to make art, I want to feel more comfortable doing it in public settings. 2 out […]