Theresa Poulton

January 12, 2014 in Interior Design & Architecture, Visual Art

Theresa Poulton is a hard-edged, abstract geometric painter who makes works which fluctuate between the historical tradition of canvas painting and ‘painting in the expanded field’.

Pawel Przewlocki

June 16, 2013 in Visual Art

Pawel Przewlocki’s works on wood and panel are flat and reductionist in their execution while retaining a sense of spatial depth and dimension. Przewlocki simply hints at a possible theme – leaving color, composition and minimal figurative elements to leave the work’s interpretation in the eye of the viewer.

Klasema Collection of Modern Art

May 24, 2013 in Interior Design & Architecture, Sculpture & Contemporary Art Glass, Visual Art

Stumbling upon the Klasema Art Collection is like stumbling upon a treasure trove, an encyclopedia of modernist art. All abstract and predominately geometric in nature – the collection as a whole is fascinating and inspiring in its vision while remaining accessible and educational in its overall approach.

Neo-Plasticism & De Stijl

December 22, 2012 in Culture, Interior Design & Architecture, Visual Art

The movement in art history, Neo-Plasticism/De Stijl (The Style), was developed by the duo Piet Mondrian and Theo Van Doesburg (1917-1928). Characterized by the strict use of primary colors, in addition to black, white and greys and the addition of horizontal and vertical lines – the movement has influenced art and design culture for decades to come.

Cassandra C. Jones

August 4, 2012 in Interior Design & Architecture, Visual Art

It is no wonder why we are instantly attracted to the work of Cassandra C. Jones. Her bodies of work are composed of borrowed and collected imagery that has been deconstructed and constructed in numerous compositions that allow the viewer an opportunity to experience the work on multiple levels. Jones presents the viewer with her own iconographic style where further inspection often leads to delightful surprises, but more so down a path of investigation into our on common cultural habits.

Memphis Milano: The Dennis Zanone Collection

May 21, 2012 in Culture, Interior Design & Architecture, Product Design, Sculpture & Contemporary Art Glass, Visual Art

Unfamiliar pairings of materials, vivid pattern with borrowed and reissued design esthetics Ettore Sottsass set out to redefine what was thought of as “Popular Design” by going against everything that was popular at the time (1981-1988). Dennis Zanone of Memphis, Tennessee shares his love and passion for the now dismantled movement and let’s us peer into his home and world-class collection.

Ethan Stern

March 6, 2012 in Sculpture & Contemporary Art Glass, Visual Art

Conceptually, Ethan Stern calls into question how we perceive and interact with the qualities of form, texture and light. His answer to that call involves combining the three and presenting us with these expressive translations in glass.

Jan Piasek

February 21, 2012 in Visual Art

Wade through the graphic visual creations of experimental graphic artist Jan Piasek from Berlin. Simultaneously borrowing imagery from the past – and what seems like the future – Piasek draws the viewer into the depths of a story line that seem to be part political study and part dystopic vision of our future.

Invisible Designers

February 18, 2012 in Product Design, Sculpture & Contemporary Art Glass, Visual Art

As Americans have no true lineage in glass, we had to learn first through trial and error. Then we pushed forward by absorbing the techniques and approaches from other countries long-standing glass traditions, such as the Czech Republic, Italy, German, and England.

Harold Hollingsworth

January 12, 2012 in Visual Art

The paintings of Harold Hollingsworth are characterized by colorful graphics, rich surfaces and rhythmic playfulness. He credits popular culture as the strongest influence on his work – music, media, art and architecture. In the past, he has used familiar images such as classic croquet balls, vintage modern fonts and numbers, crossed with natural forms found in nature.

Matthew Cummings

January 4, 2012 in Matthew Cummings, Sculpture & Contemporary Art Glass, Visual Art

Matthew Cummings is an artist producing contemporary artwork about the way we see the world around us and more specifically, how we fabricate systems to understand it.

Bryce Hudson

December 9, 2011 in Art for Sale, Bryce Hudson, Limited Edition, Visual Art

Untitled (p)- 2011 (#1)

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