Indie to Pop: November Culture on Fire
Nov08

Indie to Pop: November Culture on Fire

November is shaping up culturally to be more significant than previous preludes to the holidays.

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FASHION: How Photographers embrace creativity
Sep09

FASHION: How Photographers embrace creativity

Photographers are typically the more analytical group of artists working today.  Some break boundaries.  When pushed, they take what is before them and creatively transform the real into the unreal – or even surreal.   Placed in the hands of a master, like that of internationally recognized photographer Howard Schatz, collaborations with subjects make one step back and appreciate the underlying creative process needed to make a...

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City and Urban Revitalization through Art
Jul03

City and Urban Revitalization through Art

American cities have found their “inner city murals” transforming. The urban messages visually tell citizens and tourists alike what the pulse is of a neighborhood and city. From New York City’s Soho to once lost neighborhoods in places like Detroit, Miami, and Denver, art has been a powerful renewal source. Affixed to buildings or presented as outdoor installations, artists and property owners gain rewards from studios and workshops forming to major developments renewing otherwise forgotten communities.

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Found objects create Tunney’s Sinking of the Taj Mahal
Dec13

Found objects create Tunney’s Sinking of the Taj Mahal

Contemporary fine art takes on new life annually during America’s premier contemporary fine art fair, Art Basel Miami Beach.  With so many eyes beholding what signifies fine art, artist, galleries, museums and property owners rush to make their stand.  Fine Artist Peter Tunney seems to have found the right objects and inspiration.  His 2017 experience show, “The Sinking of The Taj Mahal,” immersed the novice to the...

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