Lois Renner: Scope Miami

Posted on December 13, 2006 Under Art 1 Comment

While visiting the Scope Miami show last weekend, we had the pleasure of seeing some of Austrian Lois Renner's artistic photography. Lois tries to hurdle the limitations of media with his large format photographs, and breathes a mysterious living quality…

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Ross Ford Paintings: Miami

Posted on December 12, 2006 Under Art 3 Comments

Not all of the art gems we found while in Miami were at the organized fairs, or even at private showings for that matter; Josh and me discovered Ross Ford while walking down the pedestrian shopping plaza on Lincoln Road…

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Ryan Carr Johnson: Scope Miami

Posted on December 12, 2006 Under Art 0 Comments

We viewed a wealth of amazing work at the Scope Miami fair over the weekend. Young Ryan Carr Johnson's paintings were at the top of the heap for me. From what I can deduce, Ryan layers paint onto plywood and…

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Tra Selhtrow: Sincere Intentions

Posted on November 13, 2006 Under Art 0 Comments

Although most of the pieces have already sold, I still wanted to point you all toward some of Tra Selhtrow's new paintings. They are being featured at Seattle's OKOK Gallery throughout November in Tra's 'Sincere Intentions' exhibit, so you if…

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Christine Peloquin

For those attracted to fresh textures, find some time to explore the work of Christine Peloquin, my personal favorite. Inspired by her French-Canadian ancestors who immigrated to work long hours at the textile mills during the industrial revolution, Christine claims…

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Gautam Rao: Mac Oil Paintings

Posted on July 9, 2006 Under Art 1 Comment

Indianapolis based Guatam Rao calls himself the 'Playful Painter', and playful he is indeed. His latest Macintosh OS X inspired oil paintings are totally great. Most of them are available for sale as auctions on eBay, all for reasonable prices…

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Motomichi Nakamura

Posted on May 5, 2006 Under Art 1 Comment

Motomichi Nakamura was born and raised in Japan, lived in Ecuador for a bit and currently works as a digital artist in Brooklyn. He has exhibited his animation, paintings and drawings around the world. The Monster Series is pretty fun--…

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Bonnie Gammill

Posted on March 31, 2006 Under Art 0 Comments

Simply put, Local Austin artist Bonnie Gammill makes beautiful artwork on plywood. In each of her paintings the colors blend with the tones and shades of the wood grain creating variances in color that add to the uniqueness of her…

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3D Painted Rooms

Posted on March 13, 2006 Under Art 0 Comments

After some digging I couldn't find much information about the creators of these 3D painted rooms, just a lot of pictures. If anyone knows more about them though-- please drop me a note. There isn't much to say but each…

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