Patrick Smith explores contrast in ‘119 Rodgers Street’
Recently, Mentos introduced new packaging for their fruit-flavored chews — one that allows you to see from the outside that inside are two of each flavor.
Speed exhibit examines design of the 20th century
Architect Mies van der Rohe’s trademark philosophy was “less is more.” That contradictory statement summed up the thinking in design during the 20th cen
Antonio Perez and Stephen Irwin
It’s hard to say goodbye, especially when it’s premature.
‘Creative Rising’ targets the Phoenix Hill neighborhood
Public art is exactly what it sounds like — art for the public. You get the chance to engage with visual art as you go about your daily business.
Mary Phelan’s paintings offer a fresh look at urban landscapes
It comes as no surprise that 2002 National Poet Laureate Billy Collins, known for his warm, accessible, finely crafted poems, is a fan of Mary Phelan’s paintings.
Tom Pfannerstill transforms art into trash
By now you may know I have a passion for trompe l’oeil, as I often proclaim its virtues.
A roundup of holiday art shows
’Tis the season. In keeping with the holiday spirit, here are some artistic local events to entice your creative gift-giving self.
Ryan Burns’ Year of the Banana
One of the rooms at the Tim Faulkner Gallery is looking especially yellow these days — and kinda fruity. Bananas. Lots of bananas. What’s this guy’s deal?
Tracey Snelling’s multimedia project brings comic book to life
WHO IS VERONICA HAYDEN, AND WHY IS SHE ON THE RUN? WHY DID HER CREEP-TASTIC HUSBAND, VICTOR, SUDDENLY GO MISSING, SHORTLY BEFORE VERONICA VANISHED?
“Retrospective: Don Aters” at Revelry Boutique Gallery is the kind of art exhibit you want to bring your dad to — accessible, interesting, affordable.