ART IS MADE BY ORDINARY PEOPLE. Creatures having only virtues can hardly be imagined making art. It’s difficult to picture the Virgin Mary painting landscapes. Or Batman throwing pots. The flawless creature wouldn’t need to make art.
I'm loving this grey slightly bluish palette because the neutrals can go with any color scheme. Like this peachy outdoor wall!
What kinds of palettes would you like to see for my watercolour paintings?
All of us at CMCA are deeply saddened to learn of the recent death of Robert Indiana, one of America’s most iconic artists, who called Vinalhaven island in Maine, home for nearly five decades. CMCA, then Maine Coast Artists, exhibited Indiana’s LOVE series in 1970, and he gave a talk on this now universally recognized work that summer. Over the ensuing decades, he was a supporter and friend of CMCA, and those that were fortunate to meet him and to visit the Star of Hope Lodge have indelible memories of a unique person and consummate artist. He gave us signs of HOPE, LOVE, EAT, HUG, and DIE. His art spoke to the universal human condition, and he will be missed.
Some of the art pieces and installations at the Ateneo Art Gallery inside the eye-catching Arete building. Free admission.
Artistic works by Rodel Tapaya, Nena Saguil, Sid Gomez Hildawa, Mark Salvatus, Conrado Mercado, Elmer Borlongan, The Liwayway Recapping Co., and Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan.
A little #serviceberry blossom macro with Colorado blue sky. The blooms are especially vigorous this season and the hills are carrying their own veil. The dog walk reveal never disappoints. #patternsinnature