Tag Archives: contemporary art
Joutsa, so far
Priceless and still, mostly, speechless.
Parcel from the bestest, Courtney Thompson: The Hope Campaign
My name is the far right gradation – by member of InterArts Collab, Kyle Terry.
One of Brant Weiland’s ideas coming to fruition.
That’s Michael DiBarry – another InterArts Collab friend!
InterArts crew: Kyle Terry, Darren Lin, Kelly Lenahan (soundcloud.com/kelly-lenahan), Michael DiBarry, me
Postcard from Nay Nay, Renee Roberson!
and, the food they gave me!
Ayad! Sorry, it’s crooked, I was creeping. Ayad Almissouri’s Work – link here
Brant and his piece at Fowler-Kellogg Center
Strohl Art Center, curated by Don Kimes
Awesome goblet by Maria Spiess – Check her out here!
Love my porcelain cup by Courtney Childers – See her work here!
Painter, Alex Nazar: Alex Nazar’s Work – link here
Painter, Sarah Treharne: Work – link here
Painter, Cody James – Cg0404@gmail.com
Quickie Project based off a fortune
pertinent studio staple
digital flipbook pb&j
some friday fun and yes,
i am singing the song.
video made 2013 0821
back to the grind.
in the studio. making art
every (blank) has its (blank). life is hilarious.
Featured Artist and Statement: Karen Ann Myers
Artist Statement (taken from website, see link above)
I am investigating the psychological complexity of women through intimate observations in the bedroom. The work is inspired by the cult of beauty in contemporary mass media. Intricately painted, decorative interiors are invented to titillate the viewer.
Is that…? Yes, yes it is. I love it.
I like that she pulls inspiration from the everyday media cult of “house and home” – not the Martha Stewart or Better Homes and Gardens of yester-generation but today’s trendy influences like
Anthropologie and Pier One. The feminist viewpoint is not just a point in history. Karen’s paintings display contemporary female sentiments – wrapped in trendy, expensive Anthropologie-like quilts, the female figure still displays vulnerable, often used, body language and countenance.
Listen to her speak about her work from her studio: