It's a Wrap! SPRING/BREAK LA 2023 is officially over and what an experience. The theme "NAKED LUNCH" inspired by William S. Burroughs didn't disappoint. Check out a few artists as they manned their booths throughout the show.Continue
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Celestial Light is a conceptual exploration about pushing the limits of traditional color. With the recent clarity and unprecedented discoveries of the James Webb Space Telescope, we now know the sky is even more radiant and colorful than ever before. Like a psychedelic manifestation of William S. Burrows “Naked Lunch,” color is an exploration into the unknown. The works submitted for the fair have a common visual language, but highlight three very different approaches to color.Continue
I grew in bike riding distance of two great local museums in New Haven, the Yale University Art Gallery and later The British Art Museum. I went often as they have amazing collections, which formulated my young self. Additionally, I grew up in a neighborhood under development surrounding by beautiful woods. I fell in love with nature and then had to witness its demise. This loss of life and my love for the natural world seeped into my work.Continue
The Royal @ RSOAA in partnership with TECHNE in Oceanside, California is pleased to present Color Continuum, a group exhibition featuring artists Chuck Thomas, Nancy Baker, Gabe Brown, Jon Elliott, Jason Clay Lewis, Geoffrey Owen Miller, Elizabeth Riley, Jason Rohlf, Linda Kamille Schmidt, Suzan ShutanContinue
This seminar focuses more on the practical and actionable aspect of setting up your online wallet, platform profile, and minting your first NFTs. My aim was to give you direct knowledge and the steps that will show you how to get started on your journey. The basic walk through lasted approximately 40 minutes with approximately a half hour for questions and answers.Continue
NFTs have hit the artworld like a Shockwave! When I started getting into and understanding the digital NFT landscape I kept thinking, "I wish I could just talk to someone about it and ask some questions." This seminar workshop is just that - a way for you to engage and get a perspective on what is going on and how to get involved.Continue
Jason Clay Lewis is an artist and the Director of The Royal @ The Royal Society of American Art in Brooklyn, New York. His responsibilities include curating and promotion of all gallery exhibitions as well as the day to day running of the studios. His newly launched platform The Royal List allows artists to create FREE Artist Profiles and apply for Open Call exhibitions at The Royal.Continue
From a very young age, I loved art and knew I would be an artist. My dad drew weird cartoons for me to fill in — and he would complement how well I stayed in the lines (so good craftsmanship was emphasized to me from the very beginning). He also made sculptures from found objects; he was always making, always building something. This had a huge impact on me and I followed suit.Continue
The grid is a pattern originally used for mapping and for other rational, graphic displays of information. It is a metaphor for rationality, and I believe that is why the grid played such a big role in some threads of modernist art. The feeling was that rationality was the antithesis of superstition and religion, and cast aside the kind of murky romanticism found in so much art.Continue
I was born in Washington DC in 1953 and grew up in McLean,Va. during the Cold War era. My mother was an Army brat and graduated from Georgetown University where she met my father, a DC native and World War II vet who began his career at the Pentagon when I was young.Continue
I’m from the Lower Hudson Valley, in upstate New York—Tomkins Cove, Stony Point, just south of Bear Mountain along the Hudson River. It was a small town, the kind where as a kid you play baseball all day in the summer, and then ride your bike afterward to the grocery store to get a cold bottle of Coke to cool off.Continue
I grew up in Sea Gate, Brooklyn which was very close to Coney Island. My mother was an Ab Ex painter, and my father was a photographer, so the conversations about art were ongoing, and prolific.Continue