Agrupacion de Aquirellistel de Catalunya, Catalan Association of Watercolor Painters, located in Barcelona, has a long history. Was based in 1865. Association was practicing the Catalan school of art, supporting varies styles of watercolor painting and giving it a serious attention, as before watercolor was considered to be a secondary media, used for illustrations and coloring.… Read More Agrupacion de Aquirellistel de Catalunya (Watercolor group of Catalonia)
There are not many artists in the world that steal your heart. Paul is one of them. His impressive works and his kind personality make me want to follow him around the world and not to miss even one show. I was very lucky to be able to come to see this recent show that… Read More Paul Ching-Bor amazing performance
Surrounded by Alps, infused with long history of music, decorated by outstanding architecture and art, Salzburg will be one of the cities you will never forget. For me this memories will remain strong till my last day. I am living here and I am painting here as a part of my art residency, organized by Neuhauser… Read More Studio at the Hohensalzburg Castle
Rosemarie Trockel, Ohne titel (untitled?) 1988 When I was planning to write this blog, I was not thinking that this will end up to be a blog post about fashion. I was just going to my trip to MUMOK, museum of modern art in Vienna, and did not even know what is showing. The main exhibition, that… Read More MUMOK Reflecting Fashion, Vienna fashion
I was reading a book about Georgia O’Keeffe, when I studied that Georgia, Stieglitz and his friends were strongly influenced by Kandinsky’s theories and paintings. I was very curious to find out what is it so special about it. I would like to go over with you the main points of the theory. Wassily Wassilyevich… Read More Basic Color Theory by Kandinsky
The first time I met Judith Goetemann was at the Goetemann Gallery, the cutest gallery in Rocky Neck, Gloucester, MA. I was enjoying a great exhibition of Gordon, Judith’s husband, in the entrance room and then I took my right to the second room and I was blown away with amazing batiks of Judith. Sun was… Read More Judith Goetemann, batik on silk art studio
Just 2 days show! At my studio, 51 Rocky Neck Ave, Gloucester, MY, over the upcoming weekends, June 16-17, 2012 I will be showing a set of recent watercolors, a series of works called “Rainy Way”. These works just arrived from my solo show at the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts and I would… Read More 2 DAYS SHOW! June 16-17 at my studio! Don’t miss it!
Many people search for different things: a book store, a cafe, mushrooms in the forest, lice in your hair, a bathroom or a library… I spent two days looking for FISH. And not just one fish to eat, that would be easy, but piles of it, which made it much harder! Before getting into the… Read More Looking for fish to paint
To make it clear what will I be talking about in this article, I would like to give you a description of Synesthesia – |ˌsinəsˈθē zh ə| ( Brit. synaesthesia) noun Physiology & Psychology the production of a sense impression relating to one sense or part of the body by stimulation of another sense or… Read More Synesthesia and art.
As some you may know, I have been doing printmaking for about 6 years. During this period I have produced a number of etchings and silkscreens that are commonly exhibited. I love printmaking, it is a fascinating but yet complicated process that requires your full attention and knowledge of the media. The Art Students League… Read More Lithograph prints