Illustrator Thomas Danthony's
'waterfalls'July 5, 2020
French illustrator Thomas Danthony is clear in his work. He forms an idea and it crystalizes on the canvas with only the necessary parts. Purposeful shapes and color. Just the right tooth of the paper and brush/ His latest body of work puts the full focus on the simple beauty and calm of waterfalls.
From a City in Mexico: Interview with Model Mar CastañedoJune 19, 2020
Art finds each of us in our own way. It can be an occupation or hobby. Something that surrounds your life, as audience or performer. For Mexico City-based model Mar Castañedo, art has evolved through each of those scenarios.
A Brief Look: 'The Wedding Party'
by Aron WiesenfeldJune 30, 2020
The painting is a monument to the idea of scale itself. The depth of the tunnel. Immortal black. Each brick marked with age. Centuries of snow, steam, and coal billows recreated under the painter’s brush. The figures disappear in the snow, all focus destined to enter that tunnel, its construction archaic and everlasting. Once again, the immortal black.