Christopher Fisher is our February 2012 Artist of Month. His oil painting, The Battle of Montgomery, was a finalist in the landscape category of The Artist’s Magazine’s 28th Annual Art Competition. Christopher Fisher Hudson Valley, New York www.coroflot.com/theartofchrisfisher How and when did you get started creating art? Describe any art education. I had a...
Having won the Rappaport Prize for a Young Israeli Painter in 2009, Melanie Daniel showed her work in a solo exhibition entitled “Evergreen” at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. She won the Sharett America-Israel Cultural Foundation Prize in 2001 and 2006. Daniel has shown her paintings in Israel and in New York City,...
The Columbus Museum of Art will host the exhibition "Caravaggio: Behold the Man!" through February 5, 2012.
Ruth K. Meyer describes the similarities between Wassily Kandinsky’s and Melanie Daniel’s intuitive process, as exemplified in Daniel’s 'Antlers In Berry Season' (oil, 35x43).
Born in Toronto, Canada, Paul Fenniak received a bachelor of fine arts degree from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, and a master of fine arts degree from Concordia University, Montreal. His work is represented by Forum Gallery in New York City, and he’s participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Fenniak has received awards...
Michael De Brito paints oil portraits of his family and friends, giving bravura techniques of the masters his own contemporary spin.
Read about Théodore Géricault in the March 2012 issue of The Artist's Magazine, where Jerry N. Weiss writes about The Artist's Left Hand, which Géricault was driven to record while on his deathbed. The following is an excerpt from the article.
The Black Dress, an oil painting by Tina Spratt, was a finalist in the portrait/figure category of The Artist's Magazine's 28th Annual Art Competition.
Michael De Brito gives bravura techniques of the masters his own contemporary spin. His work will be on exhibition at University of Maine Museum of Art, January 12 through March 24, 2012 in "The Moment: Paintings by Michael De Brito."
Whether working in the realist or abstract idiom, Will Barnet seeks balance; a shape is countered by another shape in a reflexive manner that is never formulaic because Barnet always complicates or alters the shape that answers the other. Thus, his pictures evince a symmetry that’s never static.