The Annual Student Exhibition is an academic capstone event offering PAFA’s emerging artists the opportunity to curate, install, and sell their own work in America’s first art museum. All images...
April 14, 2021
Dougal is a nervous little bird with an overwhelming dread for an activity he’s supposed to instinctively enjoy: he’s afraid to fly. A charming short...
April 14, 2021
A few weeks ago we shared these dramatic photographs of Iceland’s Fagradalsfjall volcano as spews molten rock into the air, and a new short film by French...
Drawing movement in constantly changing scenes takes observation, memory, and an indispensable toolkit — and artist Cynthia Barlow Marrs is always ready.
By John A. Parks
British-American artist Cynthia Barlow Marrs makes elegant semiabstract...
A collection of personal work from Gothenburg-based illustrator Peter Gehrman (previously featured here). Created during the beginning of this year, “Come to me now” explores a love for open windows, night-time...
To create her lyrical abstract paintings, Filomena de Andrade Booth uses experimentation and an ever-changing, often improvisational process.
by Maria Seda-Reeder
Back in the mid-60s, Filomena de Andrade Booth’s goal was to attend...
Six strategies for keeping your work fresh, plus a start-to-finish demo exploring an inventive approach to landscapes.
By Dale Laitinen
Dale Laitinen, watercolor artist, shares his strategies for setting up the conditions in...
April 13, 2021
Detail of “Passage, when momma lets my braids flow down my back,” wool, synthetic braiding hair, wood, plaster, resin, satin. Collaborators are Kiki Jewell, Nyja Amos,...
Based in Mulhouse, France, photographer and educator Anne Immelé, Ph.D., photographs the community garden where she tends land with her family and friends in her series, “The Riesthal Gardens.” Typically located...