A show at the Grunwald Gallery proposes that a small painting has different associations and effects than a large one does. In other words: size matters.
Following Mark Ratzlaff’s career has been challenging—before to his current show, his last solo exhibition was held in 2005.
LeGrand and Boswell are plein air painters, meaning they work outdoors, at the mercy of changing light and the elements.
When Erin Castellan’s paintings go on view for her thesis show at the Grunwald Gallery, it's a significant milestone in this emerging artist's journey.
Perle Fine was on the vanguard of American art in the 40s and 50s. Her work belongs to the nation's flagship art collections. So why don't you know her name?
"As an artist you don’t realize why you’re making what you’re making initially," painting MFA Erin Castellan explained. "But grad school helps solidify why.”
Although MFA painter Erin Castellan has spent the last two years ensconced within academia, she’s spent more of her adult life outside of it.
Memories of childhood journeys in the South African Highveld underlie impressions of urban alleys and a moonlit lake in Tamar Kander's abstract paintings.
After retiring from careers in arts-related fields, two exhibitors agree that making art now allows them to connect with something essential at their core.
This is the first year The Art of Chocolate has included a juried art show and online auction. Thirty-four local artists have contributed their works.