“Beyond Van Gogh” could be described as graceful, gentle and relaxing.
Chinese artist Wang Wenchao, also known by his nickname Chao Ge, has been using burning charcoal to create wall paintings in Ningguo, Xuancheng.
Brooklyn artist is on his way to becoming a household
After decades of exhibitions, books and dinner table discussions about the artistic and literary heyday of the University at Buffalo in the 1960s and ’70s, certain names are chiseled into the city’s cultural consciousness like saints on the wall of a Gothic cathedral: Charles Olson. John Barth. Robert Creeley. Leslie Fiedler. But one name that doesn’t show up much
Watercolor painter Charles E. Burchfield, at his best, was a conduit through which nature spoke.He carted his easel and brushes and paints into the
Acclaimed artist teases future painting of grain
Buffalo painter Amanda Besl popped onto the local artistic radar almost a decade ago, with a series of small-scale paintings of teenage girls that
The recent work of Coni Minneci, best known for her series of still-life paintings representing other female artists throughout history, is the