Can we shrink the artist's studio down to the size of a tablet?
I could draw anywhere at any time. With a Wi-Fi connection I could transfer image files as well as research and write the scientific text anywhere in my house or at a coffee shop. The virtual aspect of digital art allows for editorial correction …
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Ikea turns kids' artwork into toys for its charity campaign
As parents, we often go to great lengths to preserve our children's paintings and drawings, but most of the time those pieces of art end up accumulating and filling up office file boxes. But Ikea, the Swedish company known for its flat-packed furniture …
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An Imagined Museum: Works from the Centre Pompidou, Tate and MMK collections
This display explores the artist's transformative use of colour and his abiding interest in the human figure, highlighting his pioneering cross-pollination between drawing, painting and sculpture. Presenting key moments from his artistic practice, the …
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Rita Machado and João Ó | Architects Bamboo, a statement on local identity
In fact, we did not want to innovate on this technique; we wanted to reuse it to do something different while also using forms that resemble traditional structures too, like the canopy. With the canopy, we applied a similar technique like the one found …
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'Seen' it to believe it: Staten Island's beauty inspires fine art
Bill Murphy, who has enjoyed a four-decade career on the Island, headed west towards the Bayonne Bridge for "Along the Arthur Kill," a large detailed, watercolor. The grubby waterway (one of the busiest watercourses in this hemisphere) almost becomes a …

A D.C. Watercolorist's Beautiful Record of the Changing City in the '60s and '70s
Lily Spandorf, an Austrian artist who emigrated to the United States in 1959, lived in Washington, D.C.'s Dupont Circle and worked as a contributing artist for the Washington Star newspaper from 1960 to 1981. Some of Spandorf's art, including the …
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More Photos!…

Crab 1

Image by spike55151
This is Baltimore’s version of the Public Art movement as seen in Chicago with Sofas, or in DC with the Party Animals. This year, Baltimore is doing Crabs. We already did Fish a couple years ago. I’m not particuarly fond of this Crab. I think really It’s just that I don’t care for Maryland’s Flag. It’s too busy, and I don’t like the colors.



National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden 2

Image by SandraW12
House I by Roy Lichtenstein in the Smithsonian National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden.




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