It’s hard to believe that Daily Art Fixx is already 2 years old! What began for me as a way to learn about art, DAF has grown into a portal that is visited by thousands of readers daily. DAF continues to grow and I continue to enjoy bringing “…a little art – every day” to […]
Japanese born surrealist Naoto Hattori has released some new work in the form of affordable signed and numbered mini-prints. Hattori studied graphic design in Tokyo before moving to New York to study at the School of Visual Arts where he received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in illustration in 2000. As well as painting, he […]
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PBS Offbook asks “Will 3D Printing change the world? Much attention has been paid to 3D Printing lately, with new companies developing cheaper and more efficient consumer models that have wowed the tech community. They herald 3D Printing as a revolutionary and disruptive technology, but how will these printers truly affect our society? Beyond an […]
Your Monday Mixx – Enjoy!!
How many times have you heard the term ‘curate’ in the past few years? But what exactly does it mean? Curating has been a key concept both in and outside the art world in the past few years, with the remit of what a curator does having changed and expanded with each new exhibition or […]
I saw an angel in the marble and carved until I set him free.
“On the first day of June, 1976, Jesse Hotchkiss was brought into this world inside a dance studio to bohemian parents in San Francisco’s SOMA district. Though strongly influenced by his parents love for theatre and dance, Jesse’s more introverted nature led him on a path to visual arts. In addition to art, skateboarding was […]
Born on November 21, 1898 in Lessines, Belgium, René François Ghislain Magritte was a major figure in the Surrealist movement and is considered by many to be the greatest Belgian artist of the 20th century. From 1916 to 1918, Magritte studied at the Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts in Brussels under Constant Montald and his early […]
Boston based artist Ethan Murrow has a B.A. from Carleton College and an M.F.A from The University of North Carolina. Murrow is Graduate and Undergraduate Faculty in Painting at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Exhibiting across the United States and internationally, Ethan’s work is in collections around the world, including the […]
American illustrator/painter Bill Carman was born in Korea, grew up in Northern California and currently lives and works in Boise, Idaho. He has a BFA in Visual Communications/Illustration and an MFA in painting from Brigham Young University. In between teaching at Boise State University and exhibiting, Carman likes to fish. To see more of Carman’s […]
Under the name Elbow Toe, Brooklyn based artist Brian Adam Douglas has been pasting his distinctive woodcuts, stencil work, large-scale charcoal drawings and collages onto the walls of cities all around the world throughout the past decade. His diverse practice is anchored by an interest in the human gesture as a powerful form of communication, […]
Sunday’s pic is by Joel Carpenter. To view more of his work visit Brooklyn Art Project.