Iconic Figures, an exhibition of sculptures by Tor Archer is currently on view at the Peninsula Museum of Art, February 22 - May 3, 2020. The human figure in isolation has been a favorite theme of Bay Area artists since the Bay Area Figurative painters movement took expressionist facture from Abstract Expressionism but [...]
Beginning in 1938 with Superman as the protagonist of Action Comics #1, written by Jerry Siegel and illustrated by Joe Schuster, superheroes have made tremendous cultural impact throughout decades of American history serving as progressive role models and paramount examples of mentorship, protection, positive self-esteem and empowerment for society and the individual alike. Characters [...]
Brilliant Geometries: A Selection of Works by Jim Dine, Hacer and Antonio Marra Left: Trembling for Color, Jim Dine. Right: Foxy, Hacer, shown in front of Kafka in Offenbach, Antonio Marra Brightly colored, prism-like surfaces give way to shifting perspectives in the works of Jim Dine, Gerardo Hacer and Antonio Marra. Shared between the three [...]
click link in title below to read interview with the artist Tea with Anna Halldin Maule / Hyperrealism Magazine issue 5, 2018 Click here to connect to Hyperrealism Magazine.
We are pleased to announce that Tim Bavington has just completed a major new sculpture commission adjacent to the W Dallas in Victory Park, near Turtle Creek, the high-style Design District of Dallas. The work specifically commissioned for this particular location. It [...]
Studio Visit – Eric Zammitt: October 2017 Recently, a friend recommended that I take a look at L.A. native Eric Zammitt’s stunning acrylic plastic wall works and luminescent floor sculptures, however, he is represented by galleries located in San Francisco and Santa Fe – too far for my weekend drive. Since he [...]
Three-Dimensional Portraits of Chris Dorosz featured in COLLOSAL - read the full article here.
What Makes a Good Collector... and a Good Dealer Scott Richards of Scott Richards Contemporary Art advises, “a good collector / gallery client is wise to spend less time sourcing on the Internet and more time listening to their dealer.” While collectors should certainly inform themselves about what’s out there, they should also [...]
Julian Stanczak, the Op art painter who, despite physical difficulties, managed to create canvases with vibrant geometries and hypnotic motion, died in his home in Seven Hills, Ohio on March 25. He was 88. Learn more...