jueves, 20 de abril de 2017

José Utrera -

Serie Eldorado - El juego del cangrejo - Acuarelas s/Fabriano 600 grs. - 50 x 50 cm. - 2016


Steve Byrnes -

Untitled XXVII (Caesura Series), Oil and Stitching on Canvas, 72 X 60 inches, 2015


Cristián Fernández Ocampo -

Paisaje en amazonas, 2017, ink on paper


Diego Dayer -

 Ella. Oleo sobre tela de 150 x 130 cm. 2015


Juan Pablo Marturano -

Offering and Proof Project
In this project, I carry a sculpture I have carved to the peak and offered it to the mountain. This is a symbolic act expressing my climber’s feeling of gratitude toward the mountain for allowing me to reach its summit safely.

In a broader sense, offering the sculpture not only means offering the artwork itself but also the time spent creating the piece and the skills acquired in the process. Considering that my artwork is an extension of myself, I believe that by leaving my sculpture there at the peak, it becomes part of the mountain and I, therefore, somehow become one with the mountain.


miércoles, 19 de abril de 2017

Margie Livingston -

Fragment, 2016, Acrylic paint, cord, linen, thread, 9 x 6 x 1 in., Photo: Richard Nicol

"To enable me to pull the weight of a much larger painting, I sewed to harness based on those worn by body builders for strength training. Dragging around the literal weight of painting is a fitting metaphor for my practice practice goals right now. History lionizes macho gestures, but I'm looking for something more personal: new insights into the mashup of irony, humor, emotional pain, and earnestness that has driven my work over the past eight years." Margie Livingston, Artist Statement


Joe Rudko -

Body of Water, 2016, torn photographs, on paper, 50 x 38 inches


Susan Russell Hall -

Wonder, 2016, mixed media encaustic, 48" x 48"


Matt Mahurin -

Photography, Izu, Japan

Chef, Digital print


Gerard Tsutakawa -

Meguru, bronze, Uzumaki Series, 2012 

"Gerard Tsutakawa’s designs are a confluence of the cultures and traditions of the Pacific Rim.
Gerard grew up with a rich heritage of Japanese design creativity and sensibility combined with a lifetime spent in the Pacific Northwest’s beautiful natural environment. In addition, exposure to the esthetics of cultures around the Pacific Rim instilled a humanistic approach to his creative process."


martes, 18 de abril de 2017

David Edward Byrd -

Rhoda Spitz, 1963, Portrait of friend and painter, Rhoda Spitz, done in third year at Carnegie-Mellon, Oil on Linen.


Katherine Ace -

Candy (hansel and gretel series), 2015, oil/alkyd on canvas with paper, 36"x48"

"I am interested in complex story telling using cultural  myths and histories that reach back into our collective and personal pasts. Figures and still life figures evolve as open ended metaphors for concepts and environments that are themselves also metaphors, and therefore fold - like fabric, time, or paint - back in on themselves. Like a poem, a painting is a surface. The depth is in the surface (oddly). It sort of dawns on you - like the way one remembers a dream sometimes, in fragments that float up all through the day, assembling themselves oddly, disturbingly."


Jeanne Silverthorne -

Blue Flowers, 2016, Rubber, phosphorescent pigment


Terry Winters -

Red Yellow Green Blue, 10º4, Oil, wax, and alkyd on linen, 90 x 120 inches