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  • Designer Libin Lian is still in college but she has already shown an interest in designing toys.
    Interview with designer Libin Lian
    Libin Lian is a designer from Shanghai, China, who is currently majoring product design at Drexel University; she is scheduled to graduate in June of 2018 and is looking forward to working in a real company and learning more practical skills....
  • "Love" by Robert Indiana
    The Best Art in NYC Not Found in a Museum
    To many of its visitors, New York City may seem like the city where lots of great art can be found with its many museums, galleries, and other institutions. But in addition to those, you can also find art outdoors as well with numerous large-scale...
  • Mesa Arts Center
    Meandering Mesa: Exciting art ties in the old with the new
    I recently wrote about the exciting things happening in downtown Phoenix. The Valley Metro Light Rail is one of them. And, I discovered, it runs from central Phoenix clear out to Mesa. Take the Light Rail and you’ll arrive at a colorful, art...
  • Taglialatella Galleries represents contemporary artists.
    All about the Taglialatella Galleries
    Taglialatella Galleries is dedicated to promoting the work of today’s hottest artists. Brian Swarts is the President and Director of Sales of Taglialatella Galleries, overseeing all gallery operations, including the coordination of inventory...
  • Artwork by Sue Paterson
    Sue Paterson’s artwork is “Bursting into Life”
    Sue Paterson’s new exhibit “Bursting into Life” reveals as much about where she grew up and has lived as it does about the risks that she’s taking herself. Raised in a small town on the South Island of New Zealand called...
  • American Bonsai at the Portland Japanese Garden
    The Portland Japanese Garden displays bonsai with an American twist
    From now through June 19, 2016, the Portland Japanese Garden's outdoor court is hosting American Bonsai: The Unbridled Art of Ryan Neil. In Neil's hands, he re-frames the iconic majestic American trees such as Douglas Firs, Coastal...
  • "Kitten" (2015, oil on canvas) by Jocelyn Hobbie
    Jocelyn Hobbie portrays women in uplifting environments in latest show
    Fredericks & Freiser in Chelsea is currently presenting a collection of paintings by Jocelyn Hobbie in a self-titled exhibition. For her second show at the gallery, Hobbie unveils several evocative portraits of young women dressed in alluring...
  • Little Giants
    'Your Lie In April' delivers deeper truth about life, love
    "I met the girl under full-bloomed cherry blossoms and my fate has begun to change." This is the rather wordy subtitle of Fuji TV's 2014 smash-hit anime 'Your Lie in April,' produced by A-1 Pictures and based on the manga...
  • Techism artist Krista Kim brings digital consciousness to light
    Techism artist Krista Kim brings digital consciousness to light
    “Techism is a movement that reconciles technological innovation with the creation of art. It does not put technology before art but rather, sees art and technology as companions meeting the next wave of human expression – digital...
  • Leandra Medine
    On the scene: The Whitney Museum's 2016 Studio Party
    On May 17, The Whitney Museum of American Art hosted its annual Studio Party to celebrate the Museum's one-year anniversary at its new downtown location. This year’s event honored Robert J. Hurst, who is the current chair of the...
  • Julian Castro
    Looking thru the lens with Julian Castro
    Julian Castro is a well-known Colombian photographer who has worked in a wide variety of digital photography, from commercial photography, fashion runways, wedding and portrait photography, social events, as well as his signature documentary...
  • Museumlight
    Museumlight features museum quality art that doubles to light up abode's decor
    A dream to light up the art world has been realized with Museumlight. No matter what one’s personal taste is, artwork is known to brighten up any décor. In his wishes to spread the joy and glow of art, Brian Acworth, the creator of...
  • Beginning transparent watercolors
    Beginning transparent watercolors
    In a previous related article, I told you about award-winning artist David Rankin, and showed you some of his outstanding work. In this article, I am going to show you — and describe for you — just how easy it was for me to learn from...
  • Courtney Moreno
    SFMOMA’s App-Based Audio Storytelling Reaches New Heights
    The much anticipated re-opening of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art marks the debut of extraordinary app-based audio content produced by Antenna, the world’s leading designer of digital content and mobile experiences for cultural and...
  • Opening reception for HANAFI exhibit was a big success
    Opening reception for HANAFI exhibit was a big success
    A new art exhibit: Story of the Spices, at the Institute for Hispanic Culture now through May 18Katy artist, Nubia Gala, organized successful exhibition for HANAFI, world-renowned abstract artistOn Saturday, May 7th, The Institute for Hispanic...
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