Two quite disparate art styles — abstract/impressionist painting and wood furniture and accessories — are presently being displayed together in the exhibit “Artistic Parallels.”
To say that Deborah Burow has a lot of energy would be an understatement. Up early every morning, she starts her day off with a run before anything else, including her “joy,” her art.
Beautiful things are not necessarily important. And important things aren’t necessarily beautiful. But for Alice McEnerney Cook, when it comes to the marshes in the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, those words are not mutually exclusive.
Gwenn Seemel’s upbringing is almost as colorful as her portrait work. Born in Saudi Arabia, she moved to Oregon with her parents when she was still a baby, lived on and off in France, and is now residing in Surf City.
For centuries, poets, songwriters, artists and others have tried to capture the essence of time in words, music and paintings. Shakespeare urged us to be a master of time. Jim Croce had delusions of saving time in a bottle. And Albert Einstein called time an illusion, perhaps proving that no…
With its last show of the season running from Saturday, Sept. 9, through Oct. 9, SOMA NewArt Gallery in Cape May will feature an annual favorite Stan Sperlak, as well as an artist who hasn’t shown at SOMA in “quite some time,” according to Stephen Haas, associate director at SOMA.
Art and science have a unique relationship. While they may seem to be at complete odds, one simply cannot live without the other. And artists and scientists have more in common than one might think.
Although not a surfer, artist Sandra McDonough can’t wait to catch the next wave.
Even though he’s been taking photographs professionally around the world for about 40 years now, it was only about 12 years ago when Albert Horner “started channeling efforts” toward shooting landscapes found in his own backyard — the Pinelands.
Graffiti “wasn’t the smartest thing” Rob Dugan, 25, ever did. As a middle-school and high-school skateboarder, he’d frequently get in trouble with his parents, as well as the cops, when graffitiing walls around Philadelphia under the tag (a spray-painted signature) “Seek One.”
It may sound clichéd, but it’s terribly difficult to take in a Romero Britto painting and not smile.
When Sarah Becktel was 3, she was no different from other young girls who loved to play dress up, except rather than dress like a princess or a movie star, Becktel would dress up as an artist, complete with a smock and beret. And while, back then, she wasn’t quite sure what being an artist t…
Many kids draw. But not many kids draw like 9-year-old Noah Hurley Baker.
Many artists stick with more traditional mediums when creating masterpieces — oils, acrylics, clay, wood, metal. But tape?