On Fridays, we go live! Today we’re in Moorhead, MN looking at a bison painted in the style of Vincent van Gogh. It’s called Gogh-Bison-Go, and the artist is Geri Burkhart Weiner. Tune in to Facebook at 12:00pm Central Time every Friday to watch. We’ll share news, discuss useful resources, do interviews, and critique public … Continue reading Friday Live!
On Thursdays, we read reviews or news stories about art and study the language used to describe them. This week’s article is about Givenchy fashion trends for Pre-Fall 2018. The writer interviews Clare Waight Keller about her second collection for the fashion house. Here are a few photos from the shoot by GOMEZ DE VILLABOA/WWD. Here … Continue reading Thursdays in Review
On Wednesdays, we look at artist statements and discuss the best vocabulary to describe an artwork. Today’s piece is by Matteo Mauro of London, U.K., called Visual Sound, Fictional Landscapes. This is his artist statement from the Artist A Day website: Matteo Mauro, London based artist and designer. He observes and explores the world with the … Continue reading Wordy Wednesdays
On Tuesdays, we watch talks and interviews with artists and discuss how to present our work clearly and with confidence. This week we’ll check out Ledisi’s Tiny Desk Concert at National Public Radio. There’s no doubt this artist has great talent, but we’re looking here at how she talks about her work. Does she seem confident … Continue reading Let’s Talk Tuesdays
On Mondays, we practice critique skills with new artworks in different mediums. Today we’ll look at a project by Lebanese graffiti artists Mohamed and Omar Kabbani. The piece is called “Operation Salam,” and it is a series of painted rooftops which create the Arabic word “salam,” meaning peace. The buildings are located in the city of Tripoli, … Continue reading What’s New Mondays