Ali Silverstein‘s work is so interesting. The Santa Fe–based artist combines collage and painting—what she calls “layers”—in exquisite compositions. They’re bold and delicate at the same time.
These prints by Miami painter Jenny Brillhart (available at Gretel Home) are making me happy today: I like the offset geometry, the candy colors, even the plain white wooden frames they come in. They’d be fantastic in a group, but at 11 x 14, each one makes enough of a statement to stand out on its own. [Read more]
The other day I had a meeting downtown and found myself with some unexpected free time (and a paid parking space). So I walked a few blocks to the National Gallery, where the West Building is now hosting a Garry Winogrand show. His street photography (a term he hated) is definitely worth a visit, even if it’s [Read more]
I just love these photographs. Kelly Lynn Jones mostly shoots landscapes and still life. She calls one series “California Collection,” and her images, super sunny but washed out, definitely capture something of what I love about that state: dreamy and beautiful, but just a little off. Little Paper Planes sells both prints and posters at great prices. Look [Read more]
Ron Piller, Molly and Polly 3 I wish I’d known sooner about the Affordable Art Fair. Its mission: “an inspiring and friendly atmosphere in which you can find thousands of original paintings, prints, sculptures and photographs all under one roof, ranging from $100-$10,000, with more than half priced under $5,000.” It’s too late for me to [Read more]
I don’t usually go to Etsy for original paintings, but it’s turning out to be a pretty good source, if you just put in the time to look around. Irish painter Lola Donoghue offers both originals and giclee prints in her abstract, slightly kooky, candy-hued style. Maybe it’s because of all the pink (sassy, not sweet), [Read more]