1. Artwork of the day:

    Forest Stack by Jim Osman

     
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  3. Untitled (Scenes from an ideal Marriage), 1986 by Cy Tombly 

    From Artspace:

    Inspired by a diverse array of sources including Mediterranean history, epic poetry, Abstract Expressionism, and Romantic Symbolism—to name just a few—the innovative and influential artist Edwin Parker “Cy” Twombly Jr. came to prominence in the early 1950s, departing from movements like Pop and Minimalism that were in vogue at the time. Emerging on the art scene with fellow New York artists such as Robert Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns, Twombly kept to a genre all his own, blurring the line between painting and drawing, and incorporating words, scribbles, and a childlike sensibility that revealed mediation and melancholy.

    Untitled (Scenes from an Ideal Marriage) is emblematic of Twombly’s increasing use of color in the 1980s, with the gestural strokes of bright turquoise, stormy indigo, and pale green recalling the ambience of the Mediterranean Sea.

    Submitted by special guest blogger Alie Cline of Cave to Canvas

     
  4. Virtual Horizon, 2013 (Sculpted Paper, 1189mm x 841mm)

    #ARTIST SHOWCASE

     
  5. Landscape Simulation: Wisconsin Dells (The Sugar Bowl)/ Brownshill Dolmen, County Carlow, Ireland (2012) by Pamela Valfer

    Graphite on Paper
    19” x 28”

    #ArtistShowcase #Weekend

     
  6. THIS: Dark Knight Rising movie poster

    reminds us of

    THAT: unique work by Marcel Dzama

    We are so excited for the final installment of the Dark Knight trilogy!