The 20th century was a time of rapid artistic change and development where preconceived, traditional concepts were challenged. The role of the artist, the relationship between representation and significance, and the growing relevance of mass-produced visual images were considered and redefined. Here’s five artists who revolutionized the art of the 20th century. 5. Jackson Pollock 4. Salvador Dali 3. Claude Monet…
Regardless of the re-opening of the highly-lauded SF MoMa a few months ago, it has been said more recently than in past years, that here in San Francisco, art is dead. And to that I would say, “is it?” Let’s not discredit or disservice our artists who are, as far as I can tell with my own eyeballs and also meeting them, creating…
“I’m Standing in Misunderstanding,” he says. Eric Dyer paints in bright, saturated, neon-y color. His work is pleasing, jovial even, and possesses the rare ability to make the corners of your mouth turn up and eyes squint at the same time.
Golden Gate Bridge by Deanna Fainelli
Ah, posters, prints, and paintings – the “big three” of art if you will. Knowing the difference between these three visual forms is your key to understanding the mixed-up world that is art.
Meet Joshua Charles Hart, February’s Master Artist. Joshua paints from his West Hollywood studio, pug by his side, and his children not far thereafter. To call him just a painter, however, would be an injustice to his craft
We love seeing art in its new home! Here’s “Bad Habits” by Tom Fedro on the right ➡️ Looks amazing! #LiveWithArt #VangoArt @fidostudio A photo posted by Vango Art (@vangoart) on Oct 17, 2015 at 10:27am PDT