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Fine Art Magazine

Fall 2009

 

 


5-7 Carson pages with Sorriano Final_Page_1.jpgFall '09 This is "Carsonism..."
of Drouot Cotation, “Art holds no more secrets or mysteries for a matured expert like myself…Far from common trends and cheap visual effects, Charles Carson shows each and every unique feature of his great poetic skills...

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8 Woodstock.jpgFall '09 "Artists For Peace and the Environment"
“Artists for Peace and the Environment” was intially exhibited as a collection in the summer of ’99 in Rome, NY at the 30th anniversary of the Woodstock Music and Art Festival.

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9 Kandinsky.jpgFall '09 Vasily Kandinsky - Retrospective
Gabriele Münter and Vasily Kandinsky, 1902–1914: A Life in Photographs, an exhibition of personal images of Vasily Kandinsky (1866–1944) and his long-time companion Gabriele Münter (1877–1962), taken by both artists...

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10-14Power of Perception_Page_1.jpgFall '09 The Power of Perception
Changes are shaking our lives sometimes like the thunder rolling across the mountains and meadows. They come in subtle ways that creep in unobserved and instigate a shift in consciousness that influences generations to come.

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15-16 Jean Houston_Page_1.jpgFall '09 Mything Links
Something extraordinary is happening. All over the world myth is bursting through. Most of us were raised in print culture wherein principles of continuity, uniformity, and repeatability were elevated over...

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17-19 Vahram_Page_1.jpgFall '09 Vahram - The Eternal in The Present
Vahram’s art could not be appropriately analyzed, interpreted or evaluated without reference to the genesis of the contemporary Russian school of painting.

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20-23 Milan_Page_1.jpgFall '09 Henrietta Milan - In the Tradition of the Masters
The painted reflections rendered on canvas by Henrietta Milan are a clean song of nature attesting to the majesty of the subject and the mastery of the artist. Focusing on placid landscapes, rip-roaring florals and demure portraiture...

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24-29 Chris M_Page_2.jpgFall '09 Christopher M. Paints A Visual Feast
Born in 1975 in Oakland, California, Christopher Mangum (who paints under the name Christopher M) always had a penchant for art. “In the very beginning, in high school, I took a class in my senior year in which I prepared...

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30-32 Sammoun_Page_1.jpgFall '09 Following Solo Exhibit at Plattsburgh Museum
With decisive brushstrokes and vibrant colors, Samir Sammoun is painting a dramatic new chapter into the glorious realm of Adirondack art history, joining the ranks of such notables as Thomas Cole, Asher B. Durand...

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34 Art Around Town.jpgFall '09 Art Around Town
Art Around Town - McNeill Art Group Opens in Tribeca & Roccia Gallery's Montréal Debut

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35-40_Page_1.jpgFall '09 Light by the Drop
After I had met Charles Balth (a German carpenter who became an artist in his 70s) I began to see his whimsical plaster and shell creations in odd places, like the Seafood Shop in Wainscot, where he collected bones and shells for his work.

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41-43 Hamptons_Page_1.jpgFall '09 ArtHamptons
ArtHamptons 2009 repeated the attendance level of 5,000 fairgoers compared to 2008, the inaugural year, with 68 galleries, up 33% compared to the number in ’08, showing $200 million in art. Post-show activity reported...

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44 Norma Gorsky Foundation.jpgFall '09 Norma Minardi
Norma Minardi walked through life with the heart of a fauve and the soul of a deKooning. Born in Brooklyn, NY, in 1929, she attended Washington Irving High School in Manhattan where art comprised almost all of her time.

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46-48 David Martine_Page_1.jpgFall '09 A Life in Historical Realism
It was while I was studying art at the University of Oklahoma, Norman that I grew to more deeply appreciate the history of my mother’s Shinnecock/Montauk, Fort Sill-Chiricahua Apache heritage.

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49-51 Orlando_Page_1.jpgFall '09 The Sunny Side of Life
From the earliest stirrings of ancient, civilized life, mankind’s ongoing fascination with the Sun as the preeminent symbol of life-giving benevolence has manifested itself in ritualized ceremony, deity worship...

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52-53 Farber Zerner_Page_1.jpgFall '09 Devotion to Creativity Their Spiritual Path
Since 1988, Amy and Monte have combined Amy’s gorgeous fabric tapestries and Monte’s creative, intuitive writing to create 40 unique books and tools, divination systems, three children’s books, a book about relationships...

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54 Daria.jpgFall '09 Focused on the Light
Far beyond interpretation of reality provided by a photograph, painting allows the artist to take a snapshot of a condensed stolen moment that stops and then extends time thereby leading the viewer into the reorchestration...

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55 Roselli.jpgFall '09 Grace Roselli and Ken Wilber's Post-Modern Revelation
I was fascinated to see the recent artwork of Grace Roselli, renewing a friendship via Facebook. I was struck by the street culture and mark-making she used in the drawings, spray paint, collage and mixed media...

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56.jpgFall '09 Charles Wildbank
Advancing digital technology finds an increasing number of established artists switching from paint and brush to mouse-pen and software, and New York artist Charles Wildbank has given this opportunity his inspirational best in new light.

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57 Mena.jpgFall '09 Public Art in a Small New York Hospital
If you’re President/CEO of Community Hospital at Dobbs Ferry, NY, and your visitors are having trouble finding the cafeteria, you could put a few signs up with arrows pointing the way...

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58-59 Picturing Rhythm_Page_1.jpgFall '09 Picturing Rhythm
It is 9:30 on a Monday night at Los Angeles’s world famous jazz club, The Mint. Spectators are restless in their seats and the buzz of anticipatory chatter fills the room as show time approaches.

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60-61 MollyCrabapple_Page_1.jpgFall '09 Molly Crabapple
Molly Crabapple is a lot like her art work; original, vibrant and inspired. Her art collectively seems to form a marvelous, surreal peep-show and, though only 26, she’s a rising force not only in the New York art scene...

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62 Bear.jpgFall '09 Edward "Bear" Miller
“My hope is always that the canvas I am working on will graduate to become pure poetry of the spirit. That said, I generally settle for fresh, gritty landscape paintings with soul.

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63 Jeanette Final.jpgFall '09 Jeanette Korab - Fusing Art Into The Illustration Of Fashion
Jeanette Korab the wife of the late artist Vladimir Gorsky, has reopened her photographic studio in Dallas, Texas, Korab Photography and Fine Art. Jeanette put her own career on hold while establishing Gorsky Fine Art...

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