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T. H. Kapsalis - American Artist By Stanislav Grezdo & John Corbett
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Catalog for the solo exhibition of one of Chicago’s great abstractionists, painter and sculptor Thomas Kapsalis. The focus of this exhibition is Kapsalis’s works from 1990-2013, and... More > features works in various media, such as paintings, sculptures in metal, wood, and recycled materials. Many of the works were created in the past decade, and have never been publicly exhibited. Kapsalis’s combinations of colors and shapes are masterfully composed, making his work visually very attractive. But there is more in Kapsalis’s work than geometric abstraction - the titles of the works will open the door to another dimension of his works. They reveal something about the artist and his observations of everyday life, sometime intellectual, sometime with humor, but always with perspective of an American Artist.< Less
Michelangelo Buonarroti: 127 Masterpieces By Maria Tsaneva
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This Art Book with Foreword and annotated reproductions by Maria Tsaneva contains 127 selected masterpieces of Michelangelo Buonarroti. Michelangelo Buonarroti applied a colossal influence on the... More > development of Western art. He is considered a nominee for the title of the archetypal Renaissance man, along with Leonardo da Vinci. Michelangelo was the first Western artist whose biography was published while he was alive. Giorgio Vasari proposed that he was the high point of all artistic achievement of the Renaissance. In his era Michelangelo was characterized as Il Divino ("the divine one"). A number of his works in painting, sculpture, and architecture rank among the most famous in existence. One of the qualities most respected by his contemporaries was his "terribilità", a sense of greatness, which raises admiration, and that's driving the next generation of artists to imitate Michelangelo by trying one very passionate and very personal style, leading them to the mannerisms.< Less
The Enchanted Forest By Greg Carter
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Greg Carter collaborates with Living Brush: world champion bodypainting artists Scott Fray and Madelyn Greco. Walk amongst the art as painted models walk amongst you! Surprise should be expected as... More > the evening gives way to music, and perhaps a saucy late-night cabaret. A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM The art installation provides the ideal setting for this Shakespeare classic. Raleigh Little Theatre and Seed Art Share will perform excerpts from their current run of the play, in a non-traditional format in the gallery.< Less
Chewing Tar: Industrial Materials in the Service of Art By Linda Griggs
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Chewing Tar brings together twelve artists working with materials found in hardware stores or typically manufactured for non-art purposes. Included are tar paper, inner tubes, hardware cloth, wood... More > shims, welded metal, plexiglass, aluminum oxide, roofing tar, spray paint, 3D printing, and fused plaster. There is an element of surprise as we become aware of the materials’ original raison d’être and its newly elevated and highlighted significance in these handsome, visually textural pieces. These artists come to their materials differently. Some find that the material inspires the art. There is an irresistible attraction in shiny tar, shimmering aluminum, the sound of metal on metal, and thick, black paper. For others, when a preconceived idea can’t be executed using traditional art supplies, non-traditional materials are sought out. In either case the industrial materials’ intended use is discarded in favor of its visual potential.< Less
Make America Create Again: 2017 CoCA Member's Show Catalog By Ray C. Freeman III
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A complete color catalog of the 2017 CoCA Members' Directory, including work from the Members' Show "#MakeAmericaCreateAgain" at CoCA at TK. "#MakeAmericaCreateAgain" includes all... More > of the artwork on display, as well as artwork, statements, and bios of the 179 artists participating in the directory, as well as an introduction from Executive Director Nichole DeMent and comments from guest curator Deborah Paine.< Less
CHRIS NATROP Selected Projects 2006 By Chris Natrop
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Fully illustrates cut paper projects by artist Chris Natrop in 2006. Fluidity and precision are inherent to the process, but not necessarily to the concept. What I mean is that the work has to embody... More > those particular qualities to actually exist. I could use charcoal to achieve a similar concept, but since my process employs cut paper, its precision and fluidity becomes inherent. Maintaining structural integrity creates overall “fluidity” and the knife will always give way to “precision.” Incidentally, if you look closely at the work you will see a lot of energetic rips, tears and over-cuts which is very integral to the process. Over time I have developed a very direct and spontaneous way to make the work. It’s actually more like charcoal drawing than traditional paper cutting. I approach each piece with a general strategy, but don’t know how the individual cuts will be resolved until after they’re made. I respond cut-by-cut, allowing the work to shape itself.< Less
MICA Drawing 2012 By Ryan Wolper
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Maryland Institute College of Art - Drawing Department - 2012
Who Are You? 2014 CoCA Members' Show By Ray C. Freeman III & Joseph C. Roberts
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A complete color catalog of the 2014 CoCA Members' Show at our Georgetown Gallery, "Who Are You?". Includes all of the artwork on display, as well as artists statements of the 114... More > participating artists and remarks from the juror, Joseph C. Roberts.< Less
On Looking By Olga Nodarse Chao
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“On looking” reflects the very personal perspective of the author about art: looking at art, owning art, losing one’s art… in other words, being very closely involved with... More > art. Not because one is an artist, not because one is a critic or a historian, but because one cannot live without art, without looking at art. This essay does not for a minute retend to be an academic study, but rather a reflection on the author’s likes and dislikes, passions and ideas as she takes an intelligent and very fresh look at the works of some fascinating artists, all born in Cuba, all living outside Cuba today.< Less
Project 10X By AREA 221
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A compilation of ten works from eight emerging artists.

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