Aurora, CO - Aurora, CO: December 6, 2014, there will be a holiday art show and craft sale at the Collection Gallery. It is located in the Aurora Cultural Arts District at 9801 E Colfax Ave., Suite 120. The hours of the event are 6pm-9pm. The pop-up show will feature local artists, handmade crafts that make great gifts this holiday season. It is open to the public and entry is free. Artists and vendors interested in participating in the show should can call 720-251-4573 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Parksville, BC - Janice Austin’s new digital artwork combines digital painting techniques with computer-generated fractal spirals and geometric forms. Using color gradients to create light, shadows, and depth, some images have bold and vibrant color while some have colors that are sheer, translucent, and luminous. Either way, each non-objective (non-representational) abstract art composition has a definite modern, contemporary, and sophisticated appeal.
Designed to complement any space, these non-objective abstracts are sure to create an energy and emotion that is both uplifting and eye-catching.
The artwork featured in the “view it in a room” image above is: “Lines and Waves 1” by Janice Austin
Portland, OR - NEW ART by Keith Dillon, BODSCAPE. This is a fun image, with lots of color, and shapes. I like the feeling of this design, it is more abstract, then surreal. Isn't it the time to put art on your walls, life is better, living with art. My gallery is open 24/7, drop on by, and fine something to put on your walls.
Winfield, WV - BECKLEY, WV -- A new type of exhibit for Tamarack, the juried exhibition entitled "Origins" demonstrates how richly diversified West Virginia truly is, both in terms of the heritage of its people as well as the history of the art forms practiced in the region. Of the 300 works submitted by the artists membership, jurors selected 100 for exhibition. Among those was the original oil painting of the Owyhee River Canyon by Pat Cross.
One of the most remote rivers in the west, the Owyhee River takes the lives of adventurous white-water rafters each year. With canyon walls rising up to 1,000 feet in some places, the ravine offers no escape during a surprise storm or a dramatic drop temperate that sheaths the cliffs in ice. "I'm glad I did not know the details of the dangers involved," smirks Pat Cross, "Otherwise, I would have cowardly declined the offer to go." The crew invited Pat Cross to accompany them on the expedition as the photographer. "The adventure made such an...