Helen Canetta does not subscribe to the binary vision of “fine arts” versus “popular arts” frequently used today. “It is archaic terminology which desperately needs to be revisited” Canetta said, an abstract collage artist, an individualist
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With strokes of light and shadows that race off the canvas, Alex Wakefield is able take the audience on a fantastic journey of sight, sound and even smell. It is as if you can feel
In Phoenix until mid-May 2018, the Desert Botanical Garden is hosting twenty hand-formed, brightly painted and rather large sculptures by Japan-born artist Jun Kaneko. Most of the pieces installed throughout the trail system are abstract,
The magic of the holiday season begins with Colorado Ballet’s presentation of The Nutcracker. This season will be the 57th production of The Nutcracker with 26 enchanting performances beginning Saturday, November 25 through December 24,
The Core New Art Space premieres new works of Lisa Corine von Koch, also known as the Baroness Elsa von, on October 27th. The display is called the “The Nomadic Womb.” Or you might call
I Could Have Done That But you didn’t. Art is tricky like that. It makes you think it’s cool and laid-back –that it’s only a matter of executing thought forms onto paper, canvas, screen, skin.
Since, first launching in Southeast Asia as explained by founder Bret Reynolds the Arts Circuit has worked in one fashion or another. Reynolds came back to the U.S. and expressed that logistically it just made
Mirada Fine Art’s latest exhibit unites three disparate artists who represent nature’s subtlety and candidness through their own medium—sculpture, painting, and wood craftsmanship—to form the aptly titled exhibition “natural ELEMENTs.” While their studios are spread
Landscape artist Ruth LaGue is on an incredible artistic journey. Her paintings mirror the depths and passages that she has traversed in her busy life. She pulls her creativity for painting from an adventurous and