Acclaimed VANCOUVER artist Ian Wallace has just received the $100,000 Audain Prize for Visual Arts, the province’s highest honor in the field. A leader in conceptual art, Wallace has been exhibited across Canada and internationally, known for juxtaposing monochrome abstract painting and photography. He received the Governor General’s Award inRead More →

Click to enlarge UNTIL OCT. 25CHAD “THE LITTLE COYOTE” YELLOWJOHN: MASKED CONSERVATION Check out @lil_coyote on Instagram, then check out contemporary illustrations by Chad “Little Coyote” Yellowjohn in real life. This talented young artist, from ancestral Shoshone-Bannock and Spokane lines, is the modern face of regional artRead More →

KEVIN STENT / Stuff A patron watches The Fugitive by Tony Fomison at Webbs in Wellington, part of the BNZ Art Collection. The painting sold for $1.82 million. Mark Amery is an arts editor, broadcaster and contributing arts editor for the Dominion Post. The horse ran away, the milk spilledRead More →

(Continued from last week) https://highlandpost.com/the-khasi-visual-art-tradition-10/ However, the people of the state have yet to cultivate a taste for contemporary art, and most of the elites and wealthy people refrain from promoting art and indulge in art collecting, whether for an aesthetic appreciation or for a prospective investment. There is discourseRead More →

BEIJING, September 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — An international ceramic art exhibition kicked off in the eastern city of Jingdezhen on Saturday. China Jiangxi Province promote cultural exchanges between China and Britain. With the theme “Porcelain journey along the belt and the road, sharing the same moment”, the show held twoRead More →

Art is a powerful tool for awareness and expression. For surface pattern designer Alessandra “Alessa” Lanot and illustrator Raxenne Maniquiz, love and passion for nature inspired them to feature and incorporate various wild plants and animals into their artwork. Left to right: Alessa Lanot of lifeafterbreakfast.ph and Raxenne Maniquiz atRead More →

Jim Westergard’s keen eye for detail often leans toward the eccentric, even downright bizarre, as evidenced by his woodcuts of eccentric insects and strange, contradictory people. Whatever its subject, Westergard’s art is created with an extraordinary level of technical skill. This can, perhaps, be more widely appreciated when weirdness isRead More →

Although the visual arts tradition is barely visible in folk objects except for the limited designs of weaving and basketry, the emergence of European art through British colonial administrators and Christian churches , especially the Roman Catholic Church, greatly influenced some budding artists. time. Chief among them are Antony CantonRead More →

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – A $150,000 grant from the Henry Luce Foundation will make more than 5,000 works of art from Purdue Galleries available online to scholars and art lovers around the world. Purdue Galleries has received this essential grant from the Henry Luce Foundation to support Purdue Galleries: AccessingRead More →

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – A $150,000 grant from the Henry Luce Foundation will make more than 5,000 works of art from Purdue Galleries available online to scholars and art lovers around the world. Purdue Galleries has received this essential grant from the Henry Luce Foundation to support Purdue Galleries: AccessingRead More →

“Golden”, Carlyle Wolfe Lee Iyouit’s not technically fall yet, but the kids are back in school, there are orange frosted pumpkin sugar cookies at Kroger, Bass Pro Shops are already almost done with its classic fall hunt sale, and i feel like starting recording horror movies on your spooky, wickedRead More →