Many abstract paintings do not suggest movement. Or if they do, they not create the suggestion of movement of elements within the canvas, but bring viewers to mind of the act of painting. A Helen Frankenthaler painting might prompt us to imagine the artist pouring paint; a Jackson Pollock recalls Hans Namuth’s photos of the artist dripping paint onto canvas […]
CAN Journal has been pleased to partner with Worthington Yards to present Art Made in the Shutdown, an exhibit featuring works of more than 120 artists who have in common this tumultuous moment in history, when a global pandemic intersects with our long-overdue reckoning with racism. In the wake of a recent Zoom dialog among the artists, we continue […]
Friday March 8, BAYArts hosted its opening reception for its annual juried exhibition. The exhibition was open to any artist, professional or amateur, 18 years or older. A total of 74 individuals participated. This year, Jenniffer Omaitz and Mark Inglis served as judges. Omaitz is a painter and educator based out of Kent. Inglis is the vice president of marketing […]
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