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EYE CANDY

April 13, 2015 | By | 10 Replies More
EYE CANDY

Yes, that’s correct – that is a “she” in the  photograph below. A dear friend of mine who is a true artist in every sense of the word; Trine often times uses herself as her canvas to create artfully compelling images and works of inspiration. Now that’s very Desirable artistic work I would say! The […]

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ALDO BAKKER

January 5, 2015 | By | 1 Reply More
ALDO BAKKER

This is an Artisan who believes to quote: “My objects should be able to create a space around themselves, to define their context on their own.  I question their meaning and, hence, their use. In the ideal case an object acquires a status that legitimizes itself independently of their surroundings.” His designs forces you to […]

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Harlem Fine Arts Show

January 26, 2014 | By | 1 Reply More
Harlem Fine Arts Show

The Harlem Fine Arts Show is gearing up for its 5th year of celebrating the dynamic and diversified artistic endeavors of today’s African-American artist community, and the galleries that showcase their fine works of art! This annual show provides a venue for both the serious and novice art collector.  I’ve gone to this event a […]

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Joe Castillo’s SandStory

August 29, 2012 | By | Reply More
Joe Castillo’s SandStory

I was so inspired to do a quick post about this new artist I discovered on America’s Got Talent!  New to me, but not new to thousands of fans and followers he’s known internationally as an artist, author, and storyteller.  Joe Castillo’s artwork is amazing!  I really felt enthused seeing him create his beautiful artwork […]

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Paul Richard Artist

August 17, 2012 | By | 5 Replies More
Paul Richard Artist

I went to a gallery reception the other day and discovered a really unique artist by the name of Paul Richard.  Apparently (based on a little research I did) he’s also known in New York as a street artist with a radical twist. His work has been exhibited at the Whitney Museum and Guggenheim Museum, but […]

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GIN ART & DESIGN

June 12, 2012 | By | Reply More
GIN ART & DESIGN

Upon meeting this designer I feel in love with his emerging and forward approach in creating his designs.  GIN ART & DESIGN is a Bespoke Furniture & Design, Sculpture/Art  lifestyle brand studio that was created in 2009, by Orlando Dominguez, Founder, Artist & Creative Director.  Orlando has an unusual way of refurbishing a product’s life […]

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ALDO BAKKER

June 5, 2012 | By | 3 Replies More
ALDO BAKKER

This is an Artisan who believes to quote: “My objects should be able to create a space around themselves, to define their context on their own.  I question their meaning and, hence, their use. In the ideal case an object acquires a status that legitimizes itself independently of their surroundings.” His designs forces you to […]

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ROUGH & READY FURNITURE and OBJECTS

May 21, 2012 | By | Reply More
ROUGH & READY FURNITURE and OBJECTS

VANJA BAZDULJ is the London based designer of ROUGH & READY an experimental furniture morphology inspired by exploring the potentials of the imperfect, human, unpredictable and the unfinished “finish” look/aesthetic.  She’s a designer and an “artisan” in the truest sense inspired by the visual arts, nature or (as referenced) “just walking through an urban-scape” excited […]

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Museum of Arts and Design

November 29, 2010 | By | 4 Replies More
Museum of Arts and Design

I went to the opening reception two weeks ago of the must-see exhibition, The Global Africa Project on view at the Museum of Art and Design at Columbus Circle New York (exhibiting through May 2011). I anticipated this show for a while, due to a good friend of mine Cheryl R. Riley’s participation in the […]

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New York Design Week Coney Island Design

May 16, 2010 | By | 2 Replies More
New York Design Week Coney Island Design

“Uhru’s collection uses the history of a landmark, whose early splendor now only exists in ghostly memories.”

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