Posts Tagged: fine art

Burned by Yves Klein’s Fire Paintings

Burned by Yves Klein’s Fire Paintings   Yves Klein’s minimal works of art has always confused me for the longest time. After many research I find him to be more deeper than I have previously imagined. Check out C4’s profile

Burned by Yves Klein’s Fire Paintings

Burned by Yves Klein’s Fire Paintings   Yves Klein’s minimal works of art has always confused me for the longest time. After many research I find him to be more deeper than I have previously imagined. Check out C4’s profile

The Birth of the Cumulus Collective: Testing in the Creative Community of Tacoma

Mission Statement “The Cumulus Collective strives to seek as much talented local artists as possible, promote the local artists, and to encourage support for these local artists. We want our local artists (especially emerging ones) to feel more encouraged and

The Birth of the Cumulus Collective: Testing in the Creative Community of Tacoma

Mission Statement “The Cumulus Collective strives to seek as much talented local artists as possible, promote the local artists, and to encourage support for these local artists. We want our local artists (especially emerging ones) to feel more encouraged and

The First Interview on my View on Art in Tacoma, WA

I’ve had the opportunity to interview with CityVoice Tacoma back in December, and it’s my first one ever! This is a new publication being distributed in Tacoma, WA. Check out the spread and tell me what you think :). Any

The First Interview on my View on Art in Tacoma, WA

I’ve had the opportunity to interview with CityVoice Tacoma back in December, and it’s my first one ever! This is a new publication being distributed in Tacoma, WA. Check out the spread and tell me what you think :). Any

From Start to Finish: A Life of a Painting (John the Baptist)

Here is an overview of the start to finish process of painting John the Baptist (Seize the Day). I have submitted this to the Northwest Biennial 2011 (crossing fingers). After I prep the canvas mounted on hardboard, I sand the

From Start to Finish: A Life of a Painting (John the Baptist)

Here is an overview of the start to finish process of painting John the Baptist (Seize the Day). I have submitted this to the Northwest Biennial 2011 (crossing fingers). After I prep the canvas mounted on hardboard, I sand the

What’s This Era’s Aesthetic Identity?

What a great thing to paint something that has ruled our current generation through personal and familial entertainment: video games. Our popular culture of today is a big contrast to a few decades ago. Pixel art has already appeared on

What’s This Era’s Aesthetic Identity?

What a great thing to paint something that has ruled our current generation through personal and familial entertainment: video games. Our popular culture of today is a big contrast to a few decades ago. Pixel art has already appeared on