Archive: Jun 2017

  1. Thursday Salute to Originals: Fragmented Ink Memories

    It is said that pictures are worth a thousand words, so we can only imagine how many words one must be worth when a picture is painted onto a book! And what about memories? How many words are those worth? This is a question artist Ekaterina Panikanova seeks to answer with her ink paintings that depict memories, […]

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  2. Thursday Salute to Originals: The Metamorphosis of Life

    One of art’s biggest allures – regardless of the shape, size, medium, or color – is that any given piece can really force us to think on a much deeper level: our own experiences, the meaning of life, an object’s true purpose. Truly, art is in the eye of the beholder, and London-based illustrator Miles […]

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  3. Thursday Salute to Originals: YInMn Blue

    We’re pretty familiar with the 7 basic colors of the rainbow (ROY G. BIV!)  but the vast pigments that stem from those foundation colors seem to go on and on…and on. Crayola has always done a brilliant job of displaying some of the many color variations in their mega-box crayon collections. But guess what they’ve done now? […]

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  4. Thursday Salute to Originals: Wire Figures

    Wire: such a mundane object we might see in a toolbox, an industrial drawer, or on the backs of our picture frames. While it has been used to hang our art pieces in our home or workplace for years, the artworks of Roberto Fanari suggest that wire may serve an entirely opposite purpose; instead of a […]

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