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We’re happy to announce the release of artist Brianna Angelakis’ (@brianna_angelakis) long awaited print “Alice in Wonderland” with @patronofthearts! There are only 50 of these stunning works produced! Visit www.PatronOfTheArts.com to pick up yours today! #alice #aliceinwonderland #briannaangelakis #patronofthearts #mushroom #amanita #amanitamuscaria #art #painting #beautifulgirl #amazingart #lewiscarroll
"Ava" by artist Charmaine Olivia.
The “Ava” limited edition silhouette print (only 100 produced) just dropped from artist Charmaine Olivia! ($65 + free domestic shipping and handling)
Many of her former silhouette editions have completely sold out, now’s your chance to pick one up here: http://charmaineolivia.myshopify.com/collections/frontpage/products/ava-limited-edition-giclee-print
Details: “Each print measures 11” x 17” inches and is printed on Entrada Rag Bright 300 g/m2 paper. Patron of the Arts uses UltraChrome K3 ink has improved print permanence characteristics that provide lightfastness ratings of up to 108 years for color prints. These prints are stunningly beautiful, and we pride ourselves on the quality of each and every one produced!”
Our good friend, the ever amazingly brilliant artist Ian Strange (aka Kid Zoom) has spent the past two years on this ambitious project (video)… take a look! We’re stoked!
"Jaclyn Alderete and her solo show Indra’s Net" photographed by @mikecuffe at @moderneden Gallery.
Jaclyn Alderete is a San Francisco Bay Area artist, originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico. She draws her inspiration from many things; the human condition, social and environmental concerns and desert nostalgia. You can find her work at the Kaleid Gallery in San Jose, CA and the Cactus Gallery in Los Angeles.
Artist’s Exhibition Statement: “In ‘Indra’s Net’ I wanted to explore the ways in which people build and break boundaries between ourselves and our world. Our natural propensity to create artificial distinctions is eclipsed by our knack for finding connections through the means of vision, empathy, and insight. These are ideas I wanted to express both figuratively and conceptually. The depiction of reflected images within and around figures whose features are at once obscured and exaggerated, whose boundaries are at times undefined as they momentarily merge with their environment, delineates the pathways of our sometimes muddled perception. Contrasting with this is the imagery of fish, whose clear, ever-opened eyes are said to impart perpetual awareness to the unconscious. Fish, along with birds, are early and unambiguous indicators of the state of the environment which surrounds us, bestowing upon us a silent foresight.
This leads me to a desire to express themes of transformation, waking up, and coming into being. I believe the intrinsic need to communicate with, and find a connection to, the world around us plays a major role in my work.”
#JaclynAlderete #indrasnet #art #artist #painter #painting #moderneden #modernedengallery #warholian (at Modern Eden)
Mona: International Group Exposition opens tonight at Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco! Don’t miss it!
For details visit the FB page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/657246697637808/?directed_target_id=0
"I tried to maintain some freshness by shifting what it is I’m looking at in order to create a different process of looking at something that would give me a new kind of interpretation."
Artist Tim Hawkinson, our current 100 Artists featured artist, explores several themes consisting of music, sounds, expression, and even his own body. As shown here, Hawkinson combines his face and facial expressions in a mechanized sculpture, Emoter (2002), which was included in the Whitney Biennial in 2002. “It’s something that emotes and it’s motorized and it is an emoter.”
The complexity of his work does not stop there. His use of machines and wires were also demonstrated in his installation, Überorgan (2000)—a massive, nearly 300 feet, “bagpipe”. This scene is featured in the Art in the Twenty-First Century Season 2 episode, Time (2003)
(Please welcome Roberto, our Bloomberg Philanthropies/Studio in a School summer intern, who will be helping us create posts throughout the summer. He’s doing an excellent job so far!)
IMAGES: Production stills from the Art in the Twenty-First Century Season 2 episode, Time, 2003. © Art21, Inc. 2003.
Add it again also getting a few small pieces ready for a show next Friday in Oakland @ The Port Workspace #art#oakland #artist #paint #color #type #sunday