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Exhibition: Coastline Community College; Pixaloop animation

Finding its way into the Coastline Community College Show January 26, 2019 “Kitsch In Snyc” curated by Bradford Salamon. ( https://www.facebook.com/events/484896188601950/ )

Each artist was asked two seemingly simple questions ; how do we know what is good and who decides ? Today everyone has a chance to voice their opinions and have them heard. How much importance should be put on art criticism? Do we need it now more than ever? In the past, certain ways of working were ignored. How many times has painting been declared “dead”?

The animation in the below image was created using Pixaloop app software.

“Your Stairway Lies in the Whispering Wind” ; 17″ x 32″; mixed media

For many decades realist paintings and drawings were not taken seriously by most art critics. One such critic was Clement Greenberg who, without any formal art education, was hugely influential and made the career of Jackson Pollock. In 1939 Greenberg wrote Continue reading

Oneria Opening at Studio C

oneria-huff-post-john-seed-2I am so honored and humbled to be part of this show with so many talented women… the art was stunning… and Peggy Nichols a wonder of a woman who organized it. There was plenty of exposure and the event was well attended and several artworks sold. Overall a great show to the end. The even was planned inconjunction with the Annual Santa Fe Arts Colony art weekend.

Here is a link to the write up by John Seed on the Huffington Post.  —  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/john-seed/oneira-i-dream-the-self-a_b_5505663.html

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