The New York School
The remarkable work and career of Albert Kotin (1907 – 1980) places him at the center of the first generation of the New York School and Abstract Expressionism in the years that followed the end of the Second World War. His spirited and protean body of paintings were part of this legendary avant-garde that included friends Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, and Franz Kline, among others.
Big Cats, Birds, and a Couple of Dogs
Pulling a rabbit out of a hat is not an easy trick, but pulling one out of a hat that’s suspended in midair truly is magic — or the illusion of it. Artist Tom Palmore’s recent painting, Magic, heightens the illusion through hype realism and a dash of the surreal...
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Timothy Barr: My Nature
Los Alamos Daily Post
Timothy Barr’s celebrated oil on panel paintings intimately convey rustic stone walled farmhouses, majestic old trees, and tranquil lakes that embody the solitude and grandeur of American pastoral life Through years of experience...
In this short video, Jason Kowalski talks about individual artworks in the exhibition, Heritage Traveler, and invites viewers to look closer, as he has hidden within the paintings a variety of subtle materials, such as newspaper clippings, vintage maps...