5 February 2018

BRAFA Brussels Antiques & Fine Arts Fair 13 Of The Best By Paul Carey-Kent

Reviewer at large Paul Carey-Kent reports on BRAFA Brussels Antiques & Fine Arts fair (BRAFA), which ran from 27 Jan – 4 Feb 2018.

26 June 2016

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Royal College Of Art 2016 Fine Art Degree Shows – Photo Feature

The Royal College of art Fine Art degree shows season opened In Battersea, on Friday with a strong representation of Sculpture, Painting, Printmaking and Photography. Julia Parkinson MA Sculpture The shows were exhibiting across the Dyson, Moving Image, Sackler and Sculpture buildings. The Textiles programme joins fellow School of Material programmes Ceramics & Glass and Jewellery & […]

3 August 2015

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Joe (Joseph) Stefanelli American Abstract Expressionist

Joe Stefanelli (born 1921) also known as Joseph J. Stefanelli belonged to the New York School Abstract Expressionist artists whose influence and artistic innovation by the 1950s had been recognized around the world. New York School Abstract Expressionism, represented by Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, Franz Kline and others became a leading art movement of […]

19 October 2012

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Tarpey Gallery Midlands Open Exhibition 2012 Call for Submissions

Midlands Open 2012 is Tarpey Gallery’s annual open submissions exhibition, this year taking place from 24th November – 22nd December 2012. The fourth annual Midlands Open aims to offer a visually stunning and diverse exhibition presenting a dynamic array of artworks from all Contemporary Fine Art disciplines. This years exhibition will feature the very best […]

12 September 2011

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The Jack Goldhill Painting Prize

The Jack Goldhill Painting Prize is open to all amateur or professional artists aged 18+  who live or work in the UK, and welcomes artworks of any subject matter that use paint. Entrants can submit up to three pieces of work to be judged by a panel of experts from across the art world. The […]

28 January 2010

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Balancing Familes in Stone

Balancing Familes in Stone A Conversation with Boaz Vaadia A sculptor who grew up on a farm, Boaz Vaadia is inspired by the nature around him. Vaadia says of his work, “I work with nature as an equal partner. The strongest thing I address is that primal connection of man to earth. It’s in the […]

10 February 2009

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Beware of artist identity theft

We thought this would be an interesting article to reprint as it addresses important issues. The original appeared on Helium and was written by by Jennifer Brinkle. With more people surfing the internet on a daily basis, art identity theft has become more frequent. Stealing someone’s artwork is as easy as “right click save as.” […]