The emotive and spontaneous artwork of Stevie Dix
Stevie Dix is a Belgium-born artist whose education and home life have always been creatively fuelled. “My mum’s a sculptor and painter, my dad is a musician and cartoonist; my siblings and I have always been painting and drawing and playing music.” In her teenage years Stevie attended an artistically focused high school, “a type of schooling in Belgium where you can choose all art subjects and very little else”.
Artist Spotlight: Kenichi Hoshine
A selection of recent acrylic paintings on wood by our friend, Tokyo-born, Brooklyn-based artist Kenichi Hoshine. Love the direction his work has taken.
Brooklyn Based Artist - Painting and Sculpture
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On the Nose - Denny Dimin Gallery
On the Nose is a two-person art exhibition by Scott Anderson and Austin Eddy at Denny Gallery in New York City.
Chris Johanson - Artists - Mitchell-Innes & Nash
b. 1968, San Jose, CA Lives and works in Portland, OR California-native Chris Johanson is a key member of San Francisco’s Mission School. Johanson engages with the meditative qualities of art-making and sincere direct communication through painting and sculpture. Johanson’s work plays between the techniques of figuration and abstraction, as he sees these two modes of working as interconnected expressions of strong beliefs in environmentalism, compassion and peaceful co-existence.
There’s a Brent Harris (Born in New Zealand; lives and works in Melbourne) exhibition at the NGV, with more than 80 works, if I’m not mistaken. I really really really liked it. Sources:…
Un paysage vint trouver le ciel. Bien qu'affairé, le ciel lui indiqua un siège. Le paysage s'assit, chercha longtemps ses mots, comme on cherche une saison, et finit par prendre la parole : « Je croyais ma surface établie pour cela ; mais chaque fleur nouvelle – chaque perce-neige – est une douleur nouvelle. » Grottes