JUST ANOTHER DAY IN PARADISE FOR ARTIST RUBY MAZUR By Sandra Castillo

Imagine waking up to a dawn illuminated by the last remnants of twilight and watercolor silhouettes, followed by a glorious morning wrapped in the golden rays of the sun. As a warm, balmy breeze stirs amongst towering palms, graciously caressing your face, you stand at the ocean’s edge and marvel at a horizon serenaded by […]

BLACK LIFE: IMAGES OF RESISTANCE AND RESILIENCE IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA By Sandra Castillo

The black-and-white images ranged from milieu awash in the ominous shadows of civil unrest surrounding protestors marching through the streets of L.A. to the wide-eyed innocence of a child, the stare permeating the frost of adversarial conditions surrounding her. Each portrait on display was a stunning revelation of a tumultuous, ever-changing era swept up in […]

PERFOMANCE ARTIST SCYNGE XING SHINES WITH LARGE SCALE WORKS by Nick Christophers

If you are in search of real creative and somewhat radical art Scynge Xing has the answer. This interdisciplinary artist has managed to elevate her game with amazing works. Xing began her artistic journey as a painter at first but took her vision to a different level. She has incorporated the mark left by the […]

CONNECTING THE DOTS AND STARS WITH ARTIST JENNIFER PROBERT By Sandra Castillo

The muse can strike at lightning speed. Whether it unleashes itself from the well-spring of one’s fertile imagination or from a song that embraces the listener and reels him in to that perpetual state of nirvana, for an artist, the inspiration to create is just as vital and necessary a function as breathing, in order […]

CONECEPTUAL ARTIST XU HAN EXPANDING HER WORK ONE SHOW AT A TIME by Nick Christophers

It is no doubt that America is a place for any artist to feel free to express their talent. This is the case for Xu Han who left China to give herself the opportunity to share her artistic vision. Yet she did start her first steps towards that in 2012 in Beijing as a Graphic […]

BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN GENDERS WITH PHOTOGRAPHY by Nick Christophers

It couldn’t have been any perfect for Lanny Li as they presented their first solo show “every wardrobe an IDENTITY” at the New York Arts Center in Chinatown.  Lanny Li is a photographer who hails from China has begun to make themselves known in the Chinese and American communities. Their work focuses on the human […]

MOLDING HER WAY INTO THE ART WORLD – JANET RUTKOWSKI By Nick Christophers

Art can be produced in so many various mediums there is no limit to what someone can do. From painting to welding the possibilities are endless. For the general public they rarely equate art outside of painting and drawing. Yet there are those who have been privy to the amazing work of sculpture using all […]

IRVING PENN: BEYOND BEAUTY By Sandra Castillo

    The image is cast in contrasting lights and shadows, its stunning reflection an amalgamation of taffeta and a touch of flesh for fantasy. The human mannequin, holding the arresting pose, composes herself as live architecture supported by lines of contortion and angles, which seem nearly impossible to have achieved without some sort of […]

SEEING THE WORLD THROUGH THE WONDER OF PHOTOGRAPHY by Nick Christophers

I Chin Lin came to America like so many other artists looking to expand her talent to new levels that she could not manage back in her native land. She came from Taiwan with a vision and a goal to accomplish more with her love of photography. In Taiwan she attended the Shih Hsin University […]

TRADING IN DRUM STICKS FOR ART BRUSHES MARC POTOCSKY By Sandra Castillo

                         TRADING IN DRUM STICKS FOR ART BRUSHES                       THE INCREDIBLE ART OF MARC POTOCSKY                              By Sandra Castillo When one […]

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