CMYK vs. RGB colors explained…

CMYK vs. RGB colors explained…

Artist Charmaine Olivia just dropped her second mini print edition today (with the first one almost sold completely out)! Don’t miss this chance to pick up a signed 8.5” x 11” “Voodou” print issued from Patron of the Arts! ($20 US with free s&h)http://www.charmaineoliviashop.com/collections/frontpage/products/voodou-limited-edition-mini-print

Artist Charmaine Olivia just dropped her second mini print edition today (with the first one almost sold completely out)! Don’t miss this chance to pick up a signed 8.5” x 11” “Voodou” print issued from Patron of the Arts! ($20 US with free s&h)

http://www.charmaineoliviashop.com/collections/frontpage/products/voodou-limited-edition-mini-print

The latest stunning print to released today from Patron of the Arts via artist Charmaine Olivia… “Water Lily” 13”x19” Archival Ink Print Edition of 100 - individually printed, inspected, and certified for archival quality by Patron of the Arts.Get yours here: http://tinyurl.com/d5lsa5l

The latest stunning print to released today from Patron of the Arts via artist Charmaine Olivia… “Water Lily” 13”x19” Archival Ink Print Edition of 100 - individually printed, inspected, and certified for archival quality by Patron of the Arts.

Get yours here: http://tinyurl.com/d5lsa5l











GalleristNY names James Turrell’s upcoming exhibit at the Guggenheim one of the top ten museum exhibitions for this spring. Mark your calendars for June 21st! James Turrell (born May 6, 1943) is an American artist primarily concerned with light and space. Turrell was a MacArthur Fellow in 1984. Turrell is best known for his work in progress, Roden Crater, located outside Flagstaff, Arizona, where he is turning a natural cinder volcanic crater into a massive naked-eye observatory.Photo Courtesy James Turrell and the Guggenheim Museum; Rendering created by Andreas Tjeldflaat.(info via Pace Gallery)James Turrell’s 2013 Guggenheim INFO:James Turrell’s first exhibition in a New York museum since 1980 focuses on the artist’s groundbreaking explorations of perception, light, color, and space, with a special focus on the role of site-specificity in his practice. At its core is a major new project that recasts the Guggenheim rotunda as an enormous volume filled with shifting artificial and natural light. One of the most dramatic transformations of the museum ever conceived, the installation reimagines Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic architecture—its openness to nature, graceful curves, and magnificent sense of space—as one of Turrell’s Skyspaces, referencing in particular his magnum opus Roden Crater (1976–). Reorienting visitors’ experiences of the rotunda from above to below, the exhibition gives form to the air and light occupying the museum’s central void, proposing an entirely new experience of the building. Other works from throughout the artist’s career will be displayed in the museum’s Annex Level galleries, offering a complement and counterpoint to the new work in the rotunda. Organized in conjunction with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, James Turrell comprises one-third of a major retrospective exhibition spanning the United States during summer 2013. This exhibition is curated by Carmen Giménez, Stephen and Nan Swid Curator of Twentieth-Century Art, with Nat Trotman, Associate Curator, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.http://www.guggenheim.org/new-york/exhibitions/upcoming/james-turrell
GalleristNY names James Turrell’s upcoming exhibit at the Guggenheim one of the top ten museum exhibitions for this spring. Mark your calendars for June 21st! 

James Turrell (born May 6, 1943) is an American artist primarily concerned with light and space. Turrell was a MacArthur Fellow in 1984. Turrell is best known for his work in progress, Roden Crater, located outside Flagstaff, Arizona, where he is turning a natural cinder volcanic crater into a massive naked-eye observatory.

Photo Courtesy James Turrell and the Guggenheim Museum; Rendering created by Andreas Tjeldflaat.

(info via Pace Gallery)

James Turrell’s 2013 Guggenheim INFO:

James Turrell’s first exhibition in a New York museum since 1980 focuses on the artist’s groundbreaking explorations of perception, light, color, and space, with a special focus on the role of site-specificity in his practice. At its core is a major new project that recasts the Guggenheim rotunda as an enormous volume filled with shifting artificial and natural light. One of the most dramatic transformations of the museum ever conceived, the installation reimagines Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic architecture—its openness to nature, graceful curves, and magnificent sense of space—as one of Turrell’s Skyspaces, referencing in particular his magnum opus Roden Crater (1976–). Reorienting visitors’ experiences of the rotunda from above to below, the exhibition gives form to the air and light occupying the museum’s central void, proposing an entirely new experience of the building. Other works from throughout the artist’s career will be displayed in the museum’s Annex Level galleries, offering a complement and counterpoint to the new work in the rotunda. Organized in conjunction with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, James Turrell comprises one-third of a major retrospective exhibition spanning the United States during summer 2013. This exhibition is curated by Carmen Giménez, Stephen and Nan Swid Curator of Twentieth-Century Art, with Nat Trotman, Associate Curator, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.

http://www.guggenheim.org/
new-york/exhibitions/upcoming/james-turrell
This awesome mural was just finished by street artists How and Nosm in Philadelphia entitled “Personal Melody” 2012.

This awesome mural was just finished by street artists How and Nosm in Philadelphia entitled “Personal Melody” 2012.

Wes Anderson movie color palette by designer Beth Mathews. Read more here: http://bethmathews.com/post/23693125274/wes-anderson-and-his-colors

Wes Anderson movie color palette by designer Beth Mathews. Read more here: http://bethmathews.com/post/23693125274/wes-anderson-and-his-colors

Artist Luka Klikovac “Demersal” series of photos

The collection of the latest photos of the young artist Luka Klikovac represents an exiting and creative play of colored fluids. Through his camera lens he reveals realistic and tangible space where wondrous motions of strange forms occur, thereby creating psychedelic effects. The author is fascinated with the diversity of surreal depths and spaces created by unpredictable laws of motion of colored fluids. His imagination, artistic sensibility and knowingly caused “randomness” in a glass of water, lead viewers to an endless adventure, full of surreal and timeless scenes. When experimenting with light Luka Klikovac creates an illusion of the polar illumination that springs out from hidden fountains. Various hints and implies occur in the eyes of the beholder - materialized visions of the distant galaxies, stardust and miraculous fluorescent life forms of the Jules Vernes’ ocean depths, as well as images of brightly colored organic elements.

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Phenomenal Photorealistic Watercolorist Paul Jackson - “Manhattan Tapestry”Watercolor on Paper http://www.pauljacksonart.com/artworkgifts.html

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Phenomenal Photorealistic Watercolorist 
Paul Jackson - “Manhattan Tapestry”
Watercolor on Paper
 http://www.pauljacksonart.com/artworkgifts.html