Fine Art Magazine - Spring 2009 Articles

img_gorsky.jpgSpring '09 Vladimir Gorsky - Bringing Down the Sky
In the Spring of 2006, I was in Texas, visiting Vladimir and Jeanette
Gorsky. Vladimir, still in good health, was a dynamic force of talent
to be reckoned with in the arts.

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img_carson.jpgSpring '09 Charles Carson - Carson to the ism
Charles Carson has embraced his chosen mode of expression with the
passion of a master, the nerve of an adventurer, and the intellect of
a historian.

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img_kimsimmonds.jpgSpring '09 Kim Simmonds - A Passion for Painting
Many hundreds of thousands, if not millions of a certain age and
taste in music, will recall these words: “This is The Boogie — the
Savoy Brown Boogie”, emanating from...

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img_bramlett.jpgSpring '09 Michele Bramlett - The Artist at 46
On one of those classically beautiful late spring New York City
days when everything was in full bloom, after a bike ride around
Central Park, we chanced upon a single poster...

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img_creativists.jpgSpring '09 The Creativists
We are a group of international artists, and good friends! We believe
that our work of Creation creates Beauty. Beauty, in its turn, creates
Positive Emotions. Positive Emotions purify the World.

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img_bachelier.jpgSpring '09 The Art of Anne Bachelier
This book is the fourth major literary collaboration between
Anne Bachelier and CFM Gallery, following such previous
successes as...

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neiman.jpgSpring '09 LeRoy Neiman - Celebrates 'Lady Liberty'

On the commemoration of the 122nd anniversary of the
Statue of Liberty, LeRoy Neiman and Knoedler Publishing
have released Portrait of Liberty...

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fuller.jpgSpring '09 R. Buckminster Fuller's Prophetic Concepts and Utopian Thoughts

This spring, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA), Chicago,
presents Buckminster Fuller: Starting with the Universe, the
first major American exhibition...

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santafe.jpgSpring '09 Why Santa Fe?

Mention Santa Fe to most peopleand there is an immediate association
with art and the Southwest. If this is what happens for you, then you
have vindicated one of the most carefully...

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pascal.jpgSpring '09 Pascal

“I’ll probably be remembered more for my glass, because there
are so many painters in the world, and such very fine ones.
My glass is so original, but I didn’t do it to be unique…

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oks.jpgSpring '09 The Liberation of Leon Oks

When Leon Oks was a young boy, he already knew in a childish
formless way what excited him and gave him a
feeling of intense joy and pleasure...

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annbrandeis.jpgSpring '09 Ann Brandeis - Shaking The Dust Off Artistic Limitations

Ann Brandeis is a Fine Art Photographer, working with ideas and
themes that explore meaningfulsymbols.“My images are a visual dialogue
focusing on the many paths we take throughout our life...

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jeanhouston.jpgSpring '09 The beginning of a New Culture - the harvest of the genius of the human race...

I once asked an old Australian aborigine woman how we humans
differed from wallaby, and kangaroo and Emu bird. “Why mate, she replied,
“We’re the ones who can tell the stories about all the others.”...

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lehmanartgallery.jpgSpring '09 Lehman Art Gallery - Art Goes Public in the Bronx

Public Art in the Bronx, a Web site project of Lehman College
Art Gallery / City University of New York, examines the rich
collection of public art found in our borough...

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pw.jpgSpring '09 Park West Gallery Celebrates 40 Years

Albert Scaglione infused his enthusiasm as a collector,
connoisseur, art lover, and accomplished businessman at the
40th year anniversary of Park West Gallery...

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zaluski.jpgSpring '09 Steve Zaluski Article

I’m not a hero, heroes save others while risking their lives...
I’m a lucky camper who has persevered with the help of many people,
I’m persistent and driven to create more than most…

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gartel.jpgSpring '09 To Be Young, Gifted & GARTEL

Laurence Gartel is considered to be the “Father” of the Digital Art movement
around the world for over 30 years. His work has been exhibited
at the Museum of Modern Art, Joan Whitney Payson Museum... 

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roccanova.jpgSpring '09 Frank Roccanova

Because no other artistic medium can focus – or blur –the difference
between realism and abstraction, photography exists in its own realm.
As fast as 1/8000th of a second, a photograph can capture a moment...

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phantom.jpgSpring '09 Gaston Leroux's Gothic Tale of Horror & Romance Newly Imagined Though The Art of Anne Bachelier

With a freshly created synopsis by CFM Gallery Director Neil Zukerman in French
and English, Le Fantôme de l’Opera/The Phantom of the Opera
is the quintessential Gothic tale...

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harrymathews.jpgSpring '09 Harry Matthews - A Stone Balance

In the summer of 1998, after an extended journey through the Himalayas, I spent
two months teaching in the Rhondda valleys of south Whales. My days off
were spent with my good friend Simon Preston...

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smirnov.jpgSpring '09 Igor Smirnov

Igor Smirnov evokes harmony in his non-traditional paintings by his strategic
employment of color, line and composition. His works become a window
to gaze upon, creating a relaxing...

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