First Abject Allocated To Two Collections Under Acceptance In Lieu – National Gallery and Barber Institute of Fine Arts Acquire Lovis Corinth Portrait

A painting by the German artist Lovis Corinth (1858–1925) has been allocated in lieu of tax jointly to the National Gallery, London, and the Barber Institute of Fine Arts, Birmingham. The first object under the Acceptance in Lieu Scheme to have been allocated to more than one museum or collection, the picture will be displayed…

Yale University Art Gallery Receives Major Gift from Friday Foundation

Gift honors the lives and legacy of Jane Lang Davis and Richard E. Lang The Yale University Art Gallery has received an extraordinary gift from the Friday Foundation honoring the legacy of late Seattle philanthropists Jane Lang Davis and Richard E. Lang. The Lang collection is one of the most important private collections of 20th-century…

My Artistic Cousin – Michael Pisko

    By Stephan Pisko Fond memories’ of my cousin (Micheal Pisko) I was personally very influenced by his artistic integrity character and personality I never forgot the wonderful hours’ we spent talking about art/life he was a marvelous detailed explainer well you see he was trained as an engineer but when war broke out…

William Winbush: An Artist Who Paints Wonders

  Sometimes you have the honor of meeting a person of such profound abilities and insight that words simply can not express the total meaning of who they are. The talented artist William Winbush is that kind of person. So we will let artist William Winbush tell you his story. I am from East Chicago,…

Rebecca Heinicke: An Artist Building Compassion Within Humanity

    Rebecca Heinicke studied special needs education and abnormal psychology in Grand Rapids, Michigan and spent several years working with children and adults who have various physical and mental development delays or disorders. Through this experience, she became passionate about spreading awareness and equalizing the views between people of the same flesh. Rebecca Heinicke…

Timothy Frink : A Natural Born Artist

Born in Rochester, New York in 1960, Timothy Frink always enjoyed drawing as a child. While attending school at East Jr./Sr. High School in Rochester, New York; Tim became interested in painting when he saw the older kids painting pictures during an art class. After convincing the art teacher that he possessed the fundamentals necessary,…

Andrea Monroe: An Artist Of The Universe

  We are all ambassadors of the Universe here to express something larger than ourselves. Andrea Monroe is a very talented self-taught artist and writer who has worked in creative fields all her life. Born and raised in Chicago, IL, her only viable art lesson that she received was as a child for one semester at…

Daniele Bongiovanni: An Artist Of The Extraordinary

Daniele Bongiovanni is an international painter, historian, poet and illustrator. Daniele Bongiovanni,  was born in Palermo, Italy on 11 April 1986 and graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts of Palermo. Over the years he realizes several thematic cycles that he presents in museums and galleries of major Italian and foreign cities: in Australia, Ireland,…

Karen Fiorito: An Artists Of The Sacred

  Karen Fiorito strives to make the viewer feel as she does. Which is that all beings are sacred and magical. She combines traditional and modern techniques to produce unique prints and murals with considerable detail. Each work represents a sacred being and is a meditation or prayer for that being. Karen Fiorito combines aspects…

Salma Arastu: A Sculptor of the Spirit

  Salma Arastu was born into the Hindu tradition in her native India, and embracing Islam later on, she has enjoyed the beauty of these two distinctive traditions first hand. At birth, Salma Arastu was given the life-defining challenge of a left hand without fingers. Through her belief in the unity of an all-encompassing God,…

Melissa Moss: A study Of An Artist of the Heart

Melissa Moss’s paintings of delicate trees and otherworldly flowers may depict adorable creatures being devoured or pretty pink flowers attacking a tree. Tiny details such as drops of blood or imperiled creatures are not always evident at first glance. Sometimes sinister, this is the subterranean landscape that lies beneath a child’s fairy tale or a…

Melissa Moss: Artist’s Dream Come True

  By: Monteque Pope-Le Beau Edited By: Colleen Page Images By: Melissa Moss The Art Of Monteque went to the sleepy artistic hamlet of Asheville North Caroline in the colorful fall to speak with artist Melissa Moss who is wonderfully gifted. After working in publishing for sometime Melissa chose to leave, for a life that would make her…

Artist: Jose Angel Hernandez

    Jose Angel Hernandez was born in Puerto Rico and raised in the Northeast of the United States. It wasn’t until his midlife, at turn of the century, that  he developed a passion for painting.  Jose Angel Hernandez started  his art career in Los Angeles, California, going to local art workshops and read lots of…