Portfolio Tag: art

  • Above the View

    Kerry West Above the View For years graffiti writers and street artists have sought these undiscovered spots as a kind of refuge, an urban backyard for hanging out and going big, often collaboratively. You could say that rooftop spots even have a certain lore, a place to tell stories about and revel in. In a…

  • Huge Shapes in Art

    Bethany Marks Huge Shapes in Art Artists use all kinds of shapes. Geometric shapes are precise and regular, like squares, rectangles, and triangles. They are often found in human-made things, like building and machines while biomorphic shapes are found in nature. These shapes may look like leaves, flowers, clouds—things that grow, flow, and move.

  • Art White Noise

    Feta Tamberg Art White Noise The sound is not actually a color. The “white” simply describes the fact that this particular sound is a combination of every frequency. That’s why, deep in the soundscape playlists of the Internet, there are sounds called “brown” or “pink” or even “blue.” Those sounds are not “white noise” because…

  • Spaces Between Imagination

    Ross Mathews Spaces Between Imagination This special issue originates from an international workshop on “Vico and imagination,” that took place at Aalborg University in 2014, within a research project on Giambattista Vico and the epistemology of psychology. Imagination has inexplicably been relegated to the background in contemporary psychology.

  • Borders of Art

    Borders of Art

    Keira Mask Borders of Art The type of art you are talking about is called ‘performance art’. It became popular in the 60s and 70s as a response to gallery culture and the culture of paintings and drawings hung on walls. It descended from found object art.

  • Modern Gallery

    Modern Gallery

    Rite Pattison Modern Gallery Offers the most significant collection of works by artists such as Chagall, Dali, Matisse, Miro, Picasso, Basquiat and Warhol, as well as elite contemporary artists.

  • Nature View

    Nature View

    Marco Keln Nature View Animals have long been part of the art story. They’ve been portrayed in religious rituals, as mythical creatures, incarnations of gods and goddesses, symbolically in Christian art or simply as pets. Some of the earliest images known are of animals brushed into being on the walls of caves more than 40,000…

  • Casual Art

    Casual Art

    Jack Daniels Casual Art This piece explores the state of interstitial space within the urban fabric. Places of which are without an agenda of sorts and that of which exist on the transitional boundaries of excessive design.

  • Paintings subvert

    Paintings subvert

    Ganz Romero Paintings Subvert His paintings subvert the traditional genre of portraiture by approaching the subject with the sentiment of an Iconoclast. Yet his intention is to “rebuild” the image rather than destroy it. I take advantage of the cyclical nature of history and its unfailing tendency to repeat itself.

  • Art After Hours

    Art After Hours

    Rick Morton Art After Hours Engage with an exciting, artist-led program at Art After Hours in association with the International Day of People with Disability. Meet artists from the Little Orange Studio as they present Pandora and share in their artmaking processes. Experience an installation of artworks created by Front Up artists.