Published by STREETARTNEWS
James Bullough just returned from New Zealand for the SeaWalls project hosted by Pangeaseed where he created this wonderful piece of work.
‘Pania’ is the legendary protector of the reef in local Maori folklore and is believed to live in the waters off the coast of Napier NZ, the city where he painted her portrait.
Artist, Anne Patterson's most recent, commissioned installation titled Murmuration, will open May 22, 2017 at Christ Church Cathedral in Cincinnati.
"The creation of this work has had it's share of challenges as we are working with some new materials, but we feel it's in a good place now here at the studio. It will be wonderful to finally see this work realized in the nave of the cathedral." says Patterson.
"These galleries present an overview of some of the major projects with artists that have taken place in the first five years of the Art of Our Time program."
"The mission statement of the Art of Our Time programming is: to play a vital role in an emerging community and international network of living artists whose work moves beyond traditional practices in the conceptualization, creation, and exhibition of visual and performative art."
Mike Solomon's work is conceptual and concrete. His sources range from spiritual teachings to nature. His iconography employs both abstract and representative techniques. Rooted as much in craft and material as in ideas, his goal is to find balance between opposites.
Published by The Ringling Museum of Art
Anne Patterson's Pathless Woods Exhibition Opens Friday, Nov. 4
"The new Keith D. and Linda L. Monda Gallery for Contemporary Art will open with a site-specific installation by American artist Anne Patterson. Entitled Pathless Woods, which references a line of Byron’s poetry – “There is a pleasure in the pathless woods”
Published by Urban Glass
OPENING: Meditations on nature in Kathleen Mulcahy’s rich museum retrospective in Pennsylvania
"While artist Kathleen Mulcahy was canoeing on the west branch of the Susquehanna River over a decade ago, a sudden storm came out of nowhere, leaving her no way to escape from the furious pelting rain. The river was too wide, and the waters too rapid. “We were moving into it, and there was nothing I could do but submit," she told the GLASS Quarterly Hot Sheet in a telephone interview."
an installation by Michael Wyshock
@ Plein Publiek
Van Craesbeeckstraat 33 • Kronenburgstraat 41d • Antwerpen
@ Collectiv National — The Stars are Too Close —
Nationalestraat 160 • Antwerpen
On View: Oct 21 at 4 PM to Oct 23 at 11 PM
Michael Wyshock (b. 1978) is an American artist who creates artworks by fracturing color in still and moving compositions. His work has been supported with a Pollock Krasner Award, Ringling Tower Award, Vermont Studio Center Full Fellowship, Delaware Division of the Arts Individual Artist Award, Louisiana Arts Council Award, University of Central Arkansas Research Award, State University of New York Research Award and the Florida State University Distinguished Alumni Award. Wyshock teaches Fine Arts at Ringling College of Art and Design.
Janna Beck / Vera Bohnen
www.collectivnational.be / email@example.com
Janna +32 486 52 58 10 / Vera +32 487 59 72 84
Nationalestraat 160, 2000 Antwerpen
Recently published by CODA WORX :
"Patterson was recently named a winner of a prestigious CODA award for her installation Graced With Light – The Ribbon Project installation at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco. CODA recognizes the best design projects that demonstrate the most successful integration of commissioned art into an interior, architectural or public space."