Great art is more than just decoration. It will make the viewer feel something.
Fifteen years ago, Marc Cottman left his job as an architectural engineer to pursue his passion and that passion has turned into a successful career as an artist.
A Minnesota artist is suing the National Security Agency and Department of Homeland Security after they issued cease-and-desist letters against his merchandise.
There are things that make Baltimore unlike any other city. One of those is the American Visionary Art Museum.
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More than 100 of Jasper Johns’ prints from the past 50 years are going on view at Washington’s Phillips Collection to show how the artist transformed printmaking over his career.
Mark Cottman was born and raised in Baltimore. He’s a self taught artist who gave up his career to pursue his passion, as we celebrate Black History Month.
Every artist has a body of work.But for Christalene Karaiskakis, the body is her work.
The Broadway play “Red” about the famous abstract expressionist painter Mark Rothko is opening at Washington’s Arena Stage with a companion exhibit at the National Gallery of Art.
Julia Kim Smith is a conceptual artist dedicated to the exploration of political and social territory. Using performance, video, film, photography and printmaking as navigational systems, Julia’s work is as thought provoking as it is minimalistic.
As artist Erick Sahler draws his squeegee over a silk-screen panel, a yellow ink, so bright it almost shimmers, is added to his print of a downtown view of the Wicomico County Courthouse clock tower. There’s also bold solid orange and blue in the print. It is the first venture by an artist to render Salisbury and Eastern Shore scenes through silk-screen printing.
Queen Anne’s County Sheriff Gary Hofmann isn’t exactly an artist. He’s more interested in repairing vintage arcade games and watching his son play football than visiting an art gallery or taking a pottery class.