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Heard Indian Market 2017 — Native American Art magazine
Native America Art magazine attends the 2017 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market on March 4 and 5 in Phoenix. The magazine was a proud media sponsor of the event, including the exclusive sponsor of the Best of Show event on March 3. Never miss another arts event again — subscribe at www.nativeamericanartmagazine.com.
2018 Santa Fe Indian Market Video Report
Native American Art magazines returns to Santa Fe Indian Market. This is our video report. Award photography by Daniel Nadelbach. For more information about the magazine visit www.nativeamericanartmagazine.com.
2012 Henry Taylor - African American Artist Profile - W Magazine & New York Times
www.jaxsprats.com Jaxsprat's Unique Collectibles "If it's unique we have it" http://www.ioffer.com/i/rare-calvin-waller-burnett-signed-nude-oil-painting-140599877 http://www.addoway.com/viewad/1984-The-best-of-Bob-Marley... Henry Taylor, who lives in Los Angeles, paints fast, loose and sensuously on canvases great and small. Portraiture is his work's center of gravity. His subjects include friends, relatives, acquaintances from the art world and off the street, and heroes from the worlds of sports and politics. Along the way he takes in downbeat cityscapes patrolled by cop cars and envisions allegories of spiritual trauma in the Land of the Free. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/02/03/arts/design/henry-taylors-portraits-and-other-paintings-at-moma-ps1.html?_r=1&ref=arts Filmmaker Claudio Conti turns his Camera on unconventional but truly original African American Artist Henry Taylor for this Documentary Portrait currently airing on Wmag.com as part of a series on LA Artists for W Magazine's November 2011 Art Issue. http://www.bonanza.com/listings/1971-SIGNED-NUMBERED-ADEMOLA-OLUGEBEFOLA-FAMILY-PRINT/40455066 Subscribe to our channel. Follow us on twitter https://twitter.com/jaxsprats Join our facebook fan page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jaxsprats-Unique-Collectib... http://www.bonanza.com/listings/FRAZIER-CERAMIC-JAMAICA-P... http://www.bonanza.com/listings/RARE-ILAN-HASSON-ISRAEL-J... http://www.ecrater.com/p/5501221/signed-roslyn-original-watercolor-children
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America Meredith: Artist, Curator & Magazine Publisher
As an artist and curator, America Meredith discovered a gap in critical perspectives of Native American art. So she created a magazine and is now filling that gap bringing more Native perspectives to the greater art world.
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Jerry Saltz - Clarice Smith Distinguished Lecture Series - Smithsonian American Art Museum
Since 2007, Jerry Saltz has been the Senior Art Critic for New York Magazine. Before that, starting in 1998, he was Senior Art Critic for the Village Voice. He is a two-time Finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Criticism and has had two volumes of criticism published. The 2007 winner of the Frank Jewett Mather Award in Art Criticism from the College Art Association, he has lectured widely including at Harvard, the Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim Museum, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and many others. He has taught at Columbia University, Yale, RISD, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, among many others. In addition to having written for Frieze, Parkett, Art in America, and many other publications, he was recently ranked #57 “Most Powerful Person in the Art World” by ArtReview Magazine—one ahead of Jasper Johns. This talk is part of the American Art Museum’s annual speaker series, the Clarice Smith Distinguished Lectures in American Art.
A Conversation About Turquoise with Gene Waddell
Editor Joshua Rose chats with gallery owner Gene Waddell about turquoise and Native American jewelry.
My Top Favorite Ephemera Magazines! | Cut outs for Art Journaling
♥AVAILABLE IN HD♥ Hey Everyone! Today's Video is about some of my favorite Ephemera Magazines! I use many and try many different magazines out, but these are usually the ones that I tend to grab for when I am searching:) Remember this is not something that you need to art journal this is just something that I love including within my pages at times! Thanks for watching! hope everyone has a lovely Halloween!!! Magazines that I mentioned: Flow Daphne's Diary Hi Fructose Illustoria American Art collection If you would like to check out my previous creations and process of my journaling please be sure to check out my Channel! hugs:) Check out some magical little goodies on my shop! https://www.etsy.com/shop/LittleMagicalThings?ref=hdr_shop_menu Leanne's YouTube channel mentioned: CreativelyFree2Bme https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHGs6_oU4ZVlkziVi8vB1FQ Hope you all will enjoy:) much love! PREVIOUS VIDEO:Midori Travelers Notebook | Art Journal with me | #19 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAvyEmMdBro Thanks so much for watching and we hope you will leave a Thumbs up if you enjoyed this video:) We hope you will take a moment and Subscribe to our Channel! ♥ETSY SHOP: https://www.etsy.com/shop/LittleMagicalThings?ref=hdr_shop_menu ♥INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/littlemagicalart/ ♥FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pam.gatto.9 ♥TWITTER: https://twitter.com/magicalartpam ♥PATREON: Support me on Patreon and get special little magical goodies:) https://www.patreon.com/Littlemagicalart
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Market Chat — Mark Sublette — Santa Fe Indian Market 2018
Mark Sublette of Medicine Man Gallery chats about his 2018 Santa Fe Indian Market experience. For more information about the magazine, visit www.nativeamericanartmagazine.com.
The Collecting of African American Art IX: Collecting Black: An Anachronism
The Collecting of African American Art IX: Collecting Black: An Anachronism
Salon | Art Media | Latin American Art Magazines: Now and Then
Sandra Antelo-Suarez, Critic and Founder of TRANS, New York Celia Birbragher, Editor and Publisher, ArtNexus, Bogota/Miami Rodrigo Moura, Curator, Editor and Writer, Belo Horizonte Adriano Pedrosa, Independent Curator, Editor and Writer, São Paulo
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National Gallery of Art Washington D.C. USA Paintings and Sculptures
Visit our Store: https://www.amazon.com/shop/hummansunson National Gallery of Art Washington D.C. USA Paintings and Sculptures Paintings Museum in Washington DC The National Gallery of Art, and its attached Sculpture Garden, is a national art museum in Washington, D.C., located on the National Mall, between 3rd and 9th Streets, at Constitution Avenue NW. Open to the public and free of charge, the museum was privately established in 1937 for the American people by a joint resolution of the United States Congress. Andrew W. Mellon donated a substantial art collection and funds for construction. The core collection includes major works of art donated by Paul Mellon, Ailsa Mellon Bruce, Lessing J. Rosenwald, Samuel Henry Kress, Rush Harrison Kress, Peter Arrell Brown Widener, Joseph E. Widener, and Chester Dale. The Gallery's collection of paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, sculpture, medals, and decorative arts traces the development of Western Art from the Middle Ages to the present, including the only painting by Leonardo da Vinci in the Americas and the largest mobile created by Alexander Calder. The Gallery's campus includes the original neoclassical West Building designed by John Russell Pope, which is linked underground to the modern East Building, designed by I. M. Pei, and the 6.1-acre (25,000 m2) Sculpture Garden. The Gallery often presents temporary special exhibitions spanning the world and the history of art. Claude Monet Leonardo Da Vinci Disclaimer: This video is for Entertainment purposes only! Do not use any part of this video without permission from owner. lvfree Adventures
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American Salon Magazine Interview W/ Rafe Hardy Art Director of Sexy Hair - Premier Orlando 2016
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The Crafting Coach: Magazine Art
Grab your old, already-read magazines and get ready to transform them into an amazing piece of wall art! The intricate process is a bit time-consuming but oh-so worth the effort! It's the latest project from The Crafting Coach!
The Most Expensive Painting by a Living African-American Artist
Artist Kerry James Marshall’s “Past Times” painting sold for over $21 million at an auction last night. The priciest art piece ever sold by a living African-American artist. Subscribe to The Root: https://goo.gl/QMOjBE Visit us at: http://www.theroot.com/ Like us at: https://www.facebook.com/TheRoot Follow us at: https://twitter.com/theroot View us: http://instagram.com/the.root Watch more from Fusion friends: Fusion: http://fus.in/subscribe F-Comedy: https://goo.gl/Q27Mf7 Fusion TV: https://goo.gl/1IbZ1B Gizmodo: https://goo.gl/YTRLAE Kotaku: https://goo.gl/OcnXv7 Deadspin: https://goo.gl/An7N8g Jezebel: https://goo.gl/XNsnCJ Lifehacker: https://goo.gl/3rNmzw Io9: https://goo.gl/ismnzP Jalopnik: https://goo.gl/u7sDEk Sploid: https://goo.gl/4yq2UY
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USA ART CHALLENGES and TRIVIA! - (Feat. TheOdd1sOut!)
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American Craft Magazine June/July 2017 Video Trailer: Public Art that Asks Us to Play
Open our June/July 2017 issue and find public art of all kinds, from games, to sculpture, to jungle gyms – public art goes beyond visual aesthetic and engages us like nothing else as it enriches our shared spaces. Also inside: We profile the winners of the 2017 Rare Craft Fellowship Award, presented by American Craft Council in association with whiskymaker The Balvenie.
Meet The Artist: Christopher Schardt on “Nova” for “No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man”
Sculptor, musician, and computer programmer, Christopher Schardt, talks about "Nova," his installation of programmable LED lights that respond in psychedelic patterns to classical musical accompaniment.
Richard McKinley art
Richard McKinley art Music, Ernesto Cortazar Richard McKinley has been a professional working artist / teacher for over 40 years. His work is represented in several national galleries and is in the permanent collection of the Butler Institute of American Art Museum (Ohio), City of Albuquerque (New Mexico), and the Hang Ming Shi Museum (China). He holds artist membership at the Salmagundi Club in NYC and has participated in their American Masters Exhibition. He holds Master Pastelist designation with the Pastel Society of America and in 2010 was inducted into their Hall of Fame at the National Arts Club in NYC. In 2012, Richard was designated Pastel Laureate by the Pastel Society of the West Coast. His oil and pastel paintings have been featured in numerous National / International art publications including: Southwest Art, American Artist, Workshop magazine, Artist magazine, Practique des Arts (France), and since 2003 has been a frequent contributing editor to Pastel Journal. He has been featured in 7 instructional DVDs and included in numerous art books. Years of his published materials were compiled in 2010 by North Light publications into the bestselling book: “Pastel Pointers, Top Secrets for Beautiful Pastel Paintings”. In 2015 a coffee table sized book; “The Landscape Paintings of Richard McKinley” featuring over 100 of Richard’s pastel and oil paintings with commentary was published by North Light Books. An avid plein air landscape painter, Richard divides his time between painting the locations he is passionate about, reinterpreting those paintings back in the studio, writing about art matters, and instructing painting workshops. For more information please visit: www.mckinleystudio.com or follow him on Facebook at www.facebook.com/McKinleyFineArt PERSONAL STATEMENT: Concerning induction into the Pastel Society of America Hall of Fame, “I am humbled to be in such company, and grateful to my mentors for the opportunities that have come my way. Every blank surface provides the same intimidation and every day spent painting, a new challenge. My goal is to capture a piece of the spontaneous dance of light across the palette of nature. I hope my pieces are like a glance when we see something that makes us linger for a moment.” Richard McKinley http://mckinleystudio.com/about I do not own the right in any of the song and imaged used in this video. I have used the song and images for purely entertainment purposes only. No copyright infringement is required.
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Lori Putnam, Plein Air Painter
Don't miss an episode! Subscribe and get free guides! http://savvypainter.com/subscribe Lori Putnam is an award winning Plein Air Painter. She has been featured in numerous magazines - including American Art Collector Magazine, Plein Air Magazine, Southwest Art, Fine Art Connoisseur, and Art of the West. Get Savvy! Sign up for exclusive show notes and episode guides: http://savvypainter.com
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Should the Government Get to Define ‘Native-American’ Art? One Woman’s Free Speech Fight.
Peggy Fontenot is a successful Native American artist who can't call her work "Native made" or "Indian made" in Oklahoma because of a recently passed law. Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/reasontv Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Reason.Magazine/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/reason Subscribe to our podcast at iTunes: https://goo.gl/az3a7a Reason is the leading source of news, politics, and culture from a libertarian perspective. Go to reason.com for a point of view you won't get from legacy media and old left-right opinion magazines. ---------------- Peggy Fontenot has had a successful career as a Native American artist working in beading, silver jewelry and black-and-white photography. She's won numerous awards at art shows and has shown her work at top-tier museums. Today her career is in jeopardy because of a 2016 state law that says only members of federally-recognized tribes can market their work as "Native American" or "Indian made." Fontenot is a part of the Patawomeck tribe, which is recognized only in the state of Virginia. Now she's suing the state on the grounds that the law violates her First Amendment rights. "To call every state-recognized tribe fake and illegitimate is just broad sweeping and wrong," Fontenot told Reason. Anastasia Boden of the non-profit Pacific Legal Foundation, which is representing Fontenot, says the law is intended to restrict competition. She notes that State Rep. Chuck Hoskin (D), who sponsored the bill, has also served as the chief of staff for the federally-recongized Cherokee Nation. The group "certainly would have an interest in putting a law on the books that says that only federally recognized tribes can call themselves Native American," Boden says. (Rep. Hoskin declined our interview request.) Rebecca Tushnet, a Harvard law professor, says the Oklahoma law may have been poorly crafted, but was well-intentioned. She says fraud in the Native American art market is big problem. Oklahoma isn't enforcing the law as the case is being deliberated, allowing Fontenot to continue marketing her work as she always has. A decision is expected by the end of the year. Produced by Paul Detrick. Shot by Detrick, Alex Manning, Mark McDaniel and Meredith Bragg.
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Blue Dragon Magazine: Help American Art & Fiction Come To Life!
Help AMS Media create an art exhibit and publish Blue Dragon Unlimited by donating to our Indigogo campaign!
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Art Expo, New York - Fine Art Magazine - Abstract painting new movement "Carsonism" Canadian Artist
LISS GALLERY (TORONTO) 416-787-9872 INGLEWOOD FINE ART GALLERY - (CALGARY) 1-(403)-262-5011 2018 - CARSON PAINTINGS EXCEED ESTIMATES AT EUROPEAN AUCTION, DROUOT, IN PARIS - Article : http://urlz.fr/77Yd Fine Art magazine - N Y - USA, Victor B. Forbes - Art Expert Riding the bone-chilling north wind into New York City on his 2009 world tour, Charles Carson motored down the New York State Thruway from his home in the province of Quebec, Canada, roaring in like a March lion with a truckload of paintings to display in the glass cathedral known as the Jacob Javits Convention Center. Here, for the past 20 years New York's largest art fair has been a late winter tradition. All told, many thousands have introduced their work to American art buying public at Artexpo. Few alive, however, can boast of an art movement christened with their surname, as in Carsonism - a fascinating pictorial language of painterly writing imbued with magnificent colors and patterns; an active meditation of original ideas. The Spring Edition of Fine Art, featured Heroes of Creativity, Mr. Carson on the cover with a clever headline, ''Carson to the ism.'' Several Art historians around the world and museologist have deemed his style Carsonism, and his intricate and highly original works are as punctual and directed as the artist himself. These are strong paintings in two distinct yet related styles. The dimensional mosaic paintings with a buildup of the paint and then glazed combine logically and intricately to give the appearance of a polished sea of possibility, glimmering mirror-like in a bath of pristine luminosity. Christian Sorriano, Fine Art and Antiquities expert from Paris and President of Drouot Cotation, ''Art holds no more secrets or mysteries for a matured expert like myself... Far from common trends and cheap visual effects, Charles Carson shows each and every unique feature of his great poetic skills, offering in his work a breath of life, his own life , therefore questioning and delighting the minds and the trained eyes of the connoisseurs who hang it on the walls of their daily lives.'' Over many years, said Fine Art publisher Jamie Ellin Forbes, ''We've had the privilege of meeting so many artists. Some have risen to great acclaim and importance while others have fallen to the wayside. Each brings his or her own need to communicate their own dreamscape to the viewer and if you talk about this either in print or in person, you never know who you are going to be inspiring, what window you are going to open in their souls to communicate to the next level. The artist does this and such work is very important in all cultures. During this period of time, when people redefine values, they will find it much more so. Artists will become more important than they have been in the last ten or fifteen years outside of certain collectible concerns. Charles Carson's paintings have a unique language. They are dreamscapes that invite you into the space, which makes you a part of the process of whatever the moment is that the artist is describing. It's not a snap shot. You are invited into the imagination of the process and somewhere there's been an instigation or an inspiration involving the colors, the mystique. The line is defined through the paintings with the application of the form married through the colors defining the lines. The painting itself ¬ the composition ¬ therefore becomes very free, very available for people to enter into.'' ''Because the colors are incredibly clean, there's a tempo. You can't just paint and you can't extrapolate unless you know form; you have to know form, you have to be able to paint in order to extrapolate. Carson applies the paint with a tempo and a sense of color as if the light were coming through. The pieces are very energetic, almost kinetic ¬ and there's a definite form lent through the application of the color. I don't know what Mr. Carson has in his mentality as he paints, but it looks to me as if he's painting the subconscious vision of what he sees; that he steps into the space between space, the dream space ¬ and starts to paint the colors as they vibrate, as one form transitions from dream to reality and reality to dream and the abstract in - between. The colors are incredibly clean, which is rare ¬ and they are built, have definition and are textural. You would think that it's simple, but it is not. This is a very complex and difficult mode of expression to arrive at and you have to have an understanding of harmony and tempo to have a significant balance throughout the piece in order to create the composition. The result is the school of thought Carson is forming ¬ Carsonism, Carson to the ism.'' There are elements to this work that I have not seen elsewhere. I have not seen this technique done elsewhere . Have you? ''Isn't this the founding of a thought process or a school? Did anybody do Braque or Leger, or Pollock before they did themselves?''
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Whitney Biennial 2017 | Whitney Museum of American Art
Did you miss the 2017 Whitney Biennial? Here is a great reason to spend 8 mins in a tour de force through the exhibition. The 2017 Whitney Biennial, the seventy-eighth installment of the longest-running survey of American art, arrives at a time rife with racial tensions, economic inequities, and polarizing politics. Throughout the exhibition, artists challenge us to consider how these realities affect our senses of self and community. The Biennial features sixty-three individuals and collectives whose work takes a wide variety of forms, from painting and installation to activism and video-game design. IN THE PRESS - Artnews The 2017 Whitney Biennial is a Moving, Forward-Looking Tour de Force—a Triumph After a three-year hiatus intended to allow Whitney Museum curators to break in their palatial new home in the Meatpacking District, the Whitney Biennial has returned in very fine form, with an intensely satisfying display of 63 artists and collectives across two full floors and a few other spaces. The mood is, by turns, anxious and dark, even sinister, but also, at times, expectant, guardedly hopeful. Everyone is on edge. The show presents a nation, and the sensibilities of its artists, in a period of transition, with violence cresting, identities in flux, and some brave souls hatching plans. A sea change is coming, though it is unclear if its effect will be disastrous, momentous, or something more complicated. Call it the biennial on the brink. Thrillingly, this is a forward-looking affair—and a selective one. There is very little abstract painting, few truly huge names, and not one deceased artist, whose presence has been fashionable for these shows of late. There are some minor weak points, but the show’s curators, Christopher Y. Lew and Mia Locks, have done an admirable job of making tough, discerning choices and letting artists swing for the fences. Their gambles have mostly paid off. Their show is a major improvement over the scattershot 2014 edition, in which three curators each took a floor of the Whitney’s old Breuer Building, and, in some cases, it radiates new energies both potent and strange. - Frieze Featuring the work of 63 artists and groups (including a film programme co-curated by Aily Nash), and the first to be held in the museum’s now two-year-old Renzo Piano-designed premises in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District, this edition of the Biennial does not arrive under a title nor does it trumpet an overarching theme. Yet it’s impossible not to read it as a state-of-the-nation exegesis. Lew and Locks’s participant list was made public just days after Trump won the US presidential election, and opened less than two months after he was inaugurated, making 2017 the best of times and the worst of times to open a Whitney Biennial. It would have been a political show whether the curators wanted it to be or not. Inequality, class, race, politics, identity: it’s all there to be teased out if you want, but Lew and Locks have built an exhibition that is multivalent, personal, almost conversational. They have been mindful of representation (the show features a significant proportion of artists of colour, yet it is notable that this is still a fact we have to note) but open to what artists have been telling them rather than what they wanted to hear. - W mag But with over 200 such biennials in the world today, even the word is starting to feel jet-lagged. "Biennial" has become a colloquialism for any survey (whether it's held every two years or every five) that aims to take the temperature of a specific slice of the art world. Still, the Whitney Biennial, along with the Venice Biennale and Documenta, are the headliners, the tentpoles that set the pace for the rest of the field. In the idiom of fashion weeks, another cultural branding exercise doing big business everywhere these days, they are the New York, Paris, and Milan of the art world. — The New York Times “This exhibition makes an exciting, powerful case for art.” — Apollo Magazine “Presenting a mélange of American perspectives, the biennial succeeds in keeping a finger on the pulse of a divisive and diverse cultural landscape.” — New York Magazine “The 2017 Whitney Biennial is the best of its kind in some time.” — PBS “A must-see exhibition for anyone interested in contemporary art, a snapshot of American creativity and sometimes American culture.” Whitney Biennial | filmed by Out of Sync | NYC June 2017 On view | March 17–June 11, 2017 Camera and edit | Per Henriksen Producer | Out of Sync © Out of Sync 2017
Return from Exile artist America Meredith (Cherokee)
Cherokee artist and First American Art Magazine publisher/editor America Meredith discusses her two works which are featured in the Return from Exile exhibition.
American Women Artists in Scottsdale
American Art Collector magazine drops by the American Women Artists' National Juried Exhibition November 12 at Bonner David Galleries in Scottsdale, Arizona. For more information visit www.americanartcollector.com.
African American Artist Joshua Johnson & his Story
Freed from slavery to go on and become a famous Baltimore artist, Joshua Johnson earned his place amongst the most memorable American portraitists. Read the full blog here: https://encore-editions.blog/2018/04/09/who-was-folk-painter-joshua-johnson/ Shop the print collection: https://encore-editions.com/artists/american-artists/african-american/joshua-johnson/ Visit us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/encoreeditions Visit us on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/encoreeditions/ Visit us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/encoreeditions/
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Five African American Artists (1971) - Full Documentary Movie
Five African American Artists (1971) Short documentary sketches of five African American artists: Barbara Chase Riboud, Charles White, Romare Bearden, Richard Hunt, and Betty Blayton. Each artist talks about the creative process, their inspirations and the social forces at work in the early 1970s. Watch classic movies and documentaries on http://www.manicmovies.com
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Calvin Mims & Dwight Smith | African American Art Collectors in Fayetteville, NC
Calvin Mims and Dwight Smith of Fayetteville, North Carolina, are among the country's many avid art collectors. In this story courtesy of the nice people over at The Fayettevile Observer, they describe why it's important to preserve and share the stories told through particularly, the lens of African American artists. “Art defines a culture. Art is a footprint that a culture is measured by,” said Mims, who is executive director of Ellington-White Community Development Corp., which operates a gallery in downtown Fayetteville. Smith is an artist and professor at Fayetteville State University. If you enjoy our posts, please don't forget to Like & Subscribe! For art news, everyday, visit us at: www.BlackArtNews.com Submit News to BlackArtNews.com: http://blackartnews.com/submit-news-1/ Pinterest: www.Pinterest.com/BlackArtNews Twitter: www.Twitter.com/BlackArtNews Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BlackArtNews
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The Most Influential Latin American Artists
These artists blend their native tradition and understanding with American and European influences to produce distinctive masterpieces materializing key characteristics of Latin American art. Their contributions have made a lasting impact in both local and international contexts, and continue to influence contemporary artists, collectors and investors worldwide. As the entire Latin American art market continues to enjoy price growth, it is important to learn about the movement’s leading figures. Artists on the list include Roberto Matta, Fernando Botero, Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera & Wilfredo Lam. To learn more about them see our blog here: http://robinrile.com/the-most-influential-latin-american-artists/
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Don Stephens Art Classes at October Gallery, African American Art, African American Artists
http://www.octobergallery.com -Don Stephens Art Classes at October Gallery, African American Art, African American Artists
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An interview with Famous African-American Artist Ted T. Ellis at HMAAC Museum
Sloane Ivy interviews famous African-American artist, Ted T. Ellis about is an exhibition of historical importance, "Pride, Dignity, and Courage: A Survey of the Art of Ted Ellis. A retrospective of over twenty-five years of paint and history at HMAAC museum in Houston, Texas. Texas Senator, Rodney Ellis provided a senate proclamation recognizing the art ofT. Ellis as a state treasure. Sloane Ivy asks several questions surroundings Mr. Ellis passion and motivation to paint. Learn the story of an artist who works to educate and heal through art. More about T. Ellis at www.tellisfineart.com.
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Art Dealer Diaries Season 2018 Ep 10, National Art Magizine Editor Joshua Rose host Mark Sublette
Joshua Rose editor of American Art Collector, Fine Art Collector, Western Art Collector and Native American Magazine discusses how as a student in Wales he became entranced with art studying 18th century English poet and artist William Blake before returning to Phoenix to start his own magazine Shade. Josh shares the inner workings of the magazine he publishes and how he sees the art world growing in the future. Website: https://www.medicinemangallery.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/medicinemangallery Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/medicinemangallery Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/art-dealer-diaries/id1384036101?mt=2
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Colorado Central Magazine October Issue 2015
About the cover art for the October Issue of Colorado Central Magazine. cozine.com See more art at ritaroberts.com Artist Biography - Rita Roberts Artist, writer and illustrator, Rita Roberts, lives and works in Monte Vista, Colorado. Her artwork is indelibly tied to the San Luis Valley, surrounded by the cycles of the upper Rio Grande which flows a mile from her studio. Born in Nebraska, the artist still gravitates toward farmsteads and big, stormy skies. Her landscapes exist in the mountain west, near the Continental Divide, but her eye finds the flatlands; single trees holding their own against the wind; outbuildings that out-weather the elements of nature. Rita started her undergraduate studies at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design and received a BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute in 1987. In 2014 she earned an MFA from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Roberts’ paintings have been featured in Southwest Art Magazine, American Art Collector, Focus Santa Fe and the Artist’s Magazine. She is a signature member of Oil Painters of America, exhibiting at the prestigious Salmagundi Club in New York City this month. Roberts has been juried into several Salon International exhibits, as well as Arts for the Parks and Paint America traveling exhibits, and she been included in the Colorado Governer’s Show Invitational. About the painting: This oil painting depicts fall cottonwoods on the historic Garcia Ranch. Reyes Garcia is now the steward of this ranch and allowed me to take a walk and paint this beautiful piece of property. As a retired professor of philosophy, environmental and indigenous studies, Reyes is deeply attuned to the legacy of his family’s land and the way of life it has provided for generations. With the Garcia family having originally settled in Conejos County in the 1850’s, he has a long history rooted in the special area between the Conejos and San Antonio Rivers. Conserving the land and water is a way “to make my own small contribution to preserving the family legacy of ranching and the land-based culture of the ranchero tradition,” Garcia writes. “... I came to understand this tradition includes putting into practice ecological values by virtue of an instinctual love of the land that engenders good stewardship and a deep respect for all life forms, the seasonal rotation of livestock and their humane treatment, the acequia irrigation system especially, the transmission of skills which make self-reliance possible...” in 2013, the Rio Grande Headwaters Land Trust worked with Reyes to complete a voluntary conservation easement on the spectacular Garcia Ranch, to insure that this working ranch will remain intact with its senior water rights in perpetuity. Learn more about RiGHT's ongoing conservation work and the ranch at www.riograndelandtrust.org
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Shave and A Haircut: Brass Tacks Barber Shop | The Art of Manliness
Brass Tacks in Dallas, TX is a barbershop with focus on straight-razor shaves and traditional cuts. http://brasstacksbarbershop.com Reviving the lost art of manliness with manly articles and videos every day! http://artofmanliness.com Shot on Canon with Rokinon glass, Colored with FilmConvert. Follow us! http://facebook.com/artofmanliness http://twitter.com/artofmanliness http://instagram.com/artofmanliness http://google.com/+artofmanliness
Views: 274633 Art of Manliness
Market Chat — Felicia Gabaldon — Santa Fe Indian Market 2018
Painter Felicia Gabaldon chats about her 2018 Santa Fe Indian Market experience. For more information about the magazine, visit www.nativeamericanartmagazine.com.
The Art of Gaman: Arts and Crafts from the Japanese American
During World War II, Japanese Americans who were sent to internment camps used scraps and found materials to create beautiful works of art.
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Celebrating the intricate craftsmanship of Native American art
The Mitchell Museum of the American Indian in Evanston, Illinois has delved deep into its archives for its latest exhibit. On display are the custom clothes and adornments of Native Americans from across the U.S. and Canada. Phil Ponce of WTTW in Chicago reports.
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Lisa Palombo "UnFurling"
Watch Contemporary American Impressionist Lisa Palombo paint irises in the world renowned Presby Memorial Iris Gardens (Montclair, NJ U.S.A.). She takes the painting, "Unfurling" to finish in her studio gallery. For more information on the artist visit www.lisapalombo.com, [email protected] Credit: Production by Michael Laddey @ BlackBoard, Hoboken, NJ Contemporary American Impressionist Lisa Palombo began her formal art education at the age of nine while spending summers at the acclaimed Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). She later graduated from RISD with honors. She also completed graduate studies in Fine Art at the European Honors Program in Rome, Italy. Palombo produces magical florals, waterscapes, still lifes and equine art in a unique style that is unmistakable in her expressive brushwork and fearless use of color. She is considered a master of color and the natural form. Palombo not only paints, but also regularly blogs and speaks at public venues. Her work has been featured on more than 40 book covers, including several New York Times bestsellers as well as showcased in Art & Antiques Magazine, Southern Living, The Artist’s Magazine, American Art Review and a Columbia Pictures movie, The Bounty Hunter. Palombo is listed in the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C., and the Marquis Who’s Who in American Art. Her paintings are featured in the books The Best of Oil Painting, Exploring Color, The Best of American Oil Artists (Vol. II) and Lisa Palombo: American Impressionist. Her work can also be found in select galleries and in private and corporate collections throughout the U.S.A.
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Art in America - Art in America (video)
"Art in America" MTV video from 1983. Album produced by Eddy Offord. Arranged by Steve Morse and "Art in America". Keyboards T Lavitz. Song by Chris Flynn. lyric Walking down the street one day a billboard says to me, what's your sign? That brings up the issue that this thing that we call art lies in the mind. Let's resolve the question is is live,is it tape is it real? I know that we could go down the wasted road, the cliché climb... Art in America is different in my eyes, so welcome to new times I know that you're tired. Holy radio in all your glory I need more I need art. The waves are full of shipwrecked fools who dare to sell their souls to the charts. I know that we could go, down the wasted road the cliche climb.. Art in America is different in my eyes so welcome to new times I know that you're tired
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Indian Market preview with painter Roberta Begaye
Roberta Begay visits Native American Art magazine to talk about Santa Fe Indian Market.
Kay WalkingStick: An American Artist
"Kay WalkingStick: An American Artist" opens November 7, 2015, at the National Museum of the American Indian, Washington, DC. http://nmai.si.edu/explore/exhibitions/item/?id=949 "Kay WalkingStick: An American Artist" is the first major retrospective of the artistic career of Kay WalkingStick (b. 1935), an enrolled member of the Cherokee Nation and one of the world’s most celebrated artists of Native American ancestry. Featuring more than 75 of her most notable paintings, drawings, small sculptures, notebooks, and the diptychs for which she is best known, the exhibition traces her career over more than four decades and culminates with her recent paintings of monumental landscapes and Native places. The symposium Seizing the Sky: Redefining American Art, Nov. 5 from 1 to 5:30 pm at the museum, celebrates Kay WalkingStick and considers her renowned work as a launching point for a fresh perspective and dialogue about contemporary American art. Symposium flyer: http://nmai.si.edu/sites/1/files/pdf/seminars-symposia/Kay-WalkingStick-flyer.pdf ‪#‎KayWalkingStick‬ #KWSAmericanArtist
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Colored Frames [Documentary]
A look back at the last fifty years in African American art, Colored Frames is an unflinching exploration of influences, inspirations and experiences of black artists. Beginning at the height of the Civil Rights Era and leading up to the present, it is a naked and truthful look at often ignored artists and their progeny. Featuring: Benny Andrews, Gustave Blache III, Nanette Carter, Ed Clark, Adger Cowans, Francks Deceus, Gordon James, Wangechi Mutu, Howardena Pindell, Dianne Smith, Ann Tanksley, TAFA, and others!
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African American Art: I am Here For You
This is my latest work, very emotional for me.. Enjoy.. Questions? please contact me [email protected]
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The Lost Art of Penmanship
Associate Editor Peter Schineller, S.J., considers the ramifications of a keyboard culture.
Drawing the Line - GIDRA
Video about the seminal Asian American magazine "GIDRA" created by the Watase Media Arts Center at the Japanese American National Museum for the "Drawing the Line: Japanese American Art, Design & Activism" exhibition on view from October 15, 2011 through February 19, 2012. For more information, visit http://www.janm.org/exhibits/drawingtheline. "Gidra" was a monthly publication that called itself the "voice of the Asian American movement." Founded by University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) students in April 1969, the magazine took a radically progressive political position, providing information about the movement not found elsewhere in the mainstream media. The magazine eventually moved off campus, operating out of a series of offices in the Crenshaw area until its last issue went to press in April 1974. The magazine's sixty issues offered news from the third world struggle perspective—aligning the Asian American movement not only with domestic empowerment movements like the Black Power, Chicano, and Native American movements but also the international struggles of oppressed peoples in Africa, Southeast Asia, and Latin America. "Gidra" addressed issues like drug abuse in the Asian American community, news about the Vietnam War and the anti-war movement, prison conditions, and the redevelopment of Little Tokyo, among other issues. Art, especially poetry and drawing, were integrated into every issue of the magazine; such creative expressions were crucial to articulating a newly forming Asian American identity and were intertwined with the political goals of the movement. The magazine was edited by a changing, non-hierarchical collective that included Mike Murase, Doug Aihara, Evelyn Yoshimura, Steve Tatsukawa, and Bruce Iwasaki at its core, along with a roster of talented graphic designers and artists that included Alan Takemoto, Dean Toji, David Monkawa, and Glenn Iwasaki.
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American Craft Magazine December/January 2017: The Future
American Craft's December/January 2017 issue is all about the future: Rik Allen's fantastic voyages, kids and art, and fashion's future at the TechStyleLab. Read more: https://craftcouncil.org/magazine/issue/decemberjanuary-2017