I’ve always thought the art world was a little mad. New York artist Lana Newstrom created an entire show of “invisible art” with the premise of, “Just because you can’t see anything, doesn’t mean I didn’t put hours of work into creating a particular piece.” Oh, and collectors are lining up to buy it . . . . [...]
In our modern era of large corporations and mass-produced products, creative businesses and cultural institutions in rural America are navigating challenging times. Join us for a roundtable discussion with panelists from museums, theater, fine art, journalism/publishing, craft and a member of Upstate Creative as we discuss the challenge of managing a creative business, particularly in the rural Northeast. and share ideas and success stories and networking opportunities. . . . [...]
Media scholar and art critic Marc Londo interviewed me recently for an article in Art Animal Magazine. We talked about everything – from how I became an artist to my thoughts on art marketing, to the value of art in a balanced lifestyle and how we can transcend the “starving artist” archetype. Marc wrote an exceptional article that expertly sums up the philosophy behind Artful Vagabond . . . . [...]
When people think of Georgia O’Keeffe, they see the iconic image she cultivated during her years in the American Southwest. This groundbreaking exhibition explores the often overlooked influence of her years in Lake George, NY and the surprising paintings she created at the time.
[Image credits: Georgia O’Keeffe, Petunia No. 2, 1924. Oil on canvas, 36 x 30 (91.4 x 76.2) Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Gift of The Burnett Foundation and Gerald and Kathleen Peters (1996.03.002) © Georgia O’Keeffe Museum. Used with permission.] . . . . . . [...]