One of the best Art in Quarantine Challenge attempts–girl in pearl earring. pic.twitter.com/69yt7DqBeF — Lorenzo The Cat (@LorenzoTheCat) April 14, 2020
One reads, in the New York Times, about How 17 outsize portraits rattled a small southern town (‘Not everyone was ready for what they saw’). After a white-nationalist rally in Newnan, Georgia, that town put up 17 large-scale banner portraits, images of the ordinary people who make up the town. They hang from the perches of…
John Trumbull’s founding-era painting, Declaration of Independence, is one of the most famous in America. Recently, Ancestry.com commissioned the recreation of Trumball’s scene in a photograph with the descendants of the Declaration’s signers. The recreation is truly hopeful:
See Leonardo da Vinci’s mechanical lion goes on display in Paris.
Malaysian artist Kamwei Fong (of Bo & Friends) creates the fluffiest cats by drawing thousands upon thousands of short thin lines.
Norman Rockwell wasn’t the finest painter of the twentieth century (to express the matter gently), but at least when he created a painting capturing the spirit of free speech as one of Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms, he understood speech as a right, not a privilege, lucky break, or favor from government. So it is with government,…
A Fold Apart: Origamist Robert Lang’s Incredible Paper Creations from Great Big Story on Vimeo. Twenty five years ago, physicist Robert Lang worked at NASA. Shortly after that, he researched lasers and garnered 46 patents on optoelectronics. He even wrote a Ph.D. thesis called “Semiconductor Lasers: New Geometries and Spectral Properties.” But in 2001, Lang…
Alan Williams Metal Artist | Creatures of the Deep from Ben Cox (Gnarled Apple) on Vimeo.
Studio 84, located in downtown Whitewater, is a non-profit art studio that offers “experiences in the visual arts and theater for the community …working with all people including those with Autism, physical disabilities, cognitive limitations and mental illness.” Milwaukee television channel 58 WDJT recently visited and reported on the studio’s work — CBS 58
“A short stroll through Tate Britain” — SHHH! – Jack Sachs X Tate Britain from Jack Sachs on Vimeo.