Portrait Sculpture Gallery
Regardless of the gender, race or age of Philippe's subject matter, he studies the emotions and develops the most minute details that transform a piece from a basic portrait study to a universal commentary on the human spirit. Each image can be selected to see a larger view. Please contact PCF for details about commiss
Transgender / The NewYorker - Alex Williamson - Debut Art
Alex Williamson is a commercial illustrator, graphic artist and academic based in Bath in the Southwest of the UK. Alex has a BA Graphic Design / Printmaking from Leeds Metropolitan University and an MA...
The Rise And Fall
174/365 One more day until spring break. This time last year it was in the 80's and today it snowed. Oh what i would give to just be able to go outside without gloves again.
I have noticed this year that I have been extremely particular about my photography. While it is good to have a direct vision, I miss the days of total experimentation. You grow and learn from these types of shoots. This weekend I experimented with water and sheets and I look forward to continuing to "play" again and see where that leads me. blog | facebook | twitter
Martin Lewis - Under the Street Lamp.
Etching, 1928. Edition 100, recorded impressions 83. Signed in pencil. Image size 14 7/8 x 9 3/8" (38 x 24 cm). McCarron #70. Very good condition Martin Lewis is considered one of the great chroniclers of urban life. His ability to capture adverse weather conditions and obscure light sources, coupled with a keen sense of composition and technical skill, made him one of America's greatest printmakers of the twentieth century. His earliest etchings date from 1915; however, these prints…
Anthropologie Window Display - Under the Sea
Last week I posted a single image of an Anthropologie window display. This week I'm back with the whole series of windows. This time the windows are all about the ocean. Some barnacles and seaweed. These seem to be made of tissue paper and coffee filters. This is also a great treatment for fabric - dip dyed. A school of fish in a huge swirl. They seem to be made of that strange styrofoam sheet that comes around electronic equipment, but I couldn't tell for certain since I'm sure they would…
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Croatia culture: looking for things to do in Croatia? Our local experts pick the best galleries, exhibitions, attractions and art events. Time Out Croatia, your ultimate guide.
violence of a poet's heart
Are there others, like us? Women who do not know how to yield - who can only be unmade? Women crafted like the sea, to shatter on the rocks and be drawn endless back into themselves. Women like stars, dreamers who cannot dim their cold light for a man to grasp in fumbling hands. Who do not shirk from the flame of their own being, who do not dull the blades of their hearts. We were born wild and fierce. We are not here to be pretend we are less.
Sculptures by Livio Scarpella
The modern sculptor Italian Livio Scarpella we discover some works from his collection, especially sculpture portraits, androgynous characters, hidden beneath a
Exhibition: ‘The Prints of Martin Lewis: From the Collection of Dr. Dorrance Kelly’ at the Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT
Exhibition dates: 2nd October 2011 – 26th February 2012 Martin Lewis (Australian, 1881-1962) Glow of the City 1929 Drypoint, 11 ¼ x 14 ¼ in. Collection of Dr. Dorrance T. Kelly…
Helena Bonham Carter plays Miss Havisham in new Great Expectations film
Helena Bonham Carter is playing Miss Havisham in a new film of Charles Dickens' novel Great Expectations, which will be given it's first public screening at the BFI London Film Festival.