Articles Posted in the Art Category

  • Jo-Ann Acey

    Interview with artist Jo-Ann M. Acey

    Jo-Ann M. Acey is a Brooklyn-based artist whose work is representative of her quest for beauty and her responses to nature. Land, sea, and symbolism come alive in most of her paintings, drawings, and prints which document her memories and create magical places out of personal events. Jo-Ann uses a variety of mediums including watercolors, […]

  • Underwater art

    Interview with Jason deCaires Taylor, underwater sculptor and creator of ‘Museo Atlantico’

    Jason deCaires Taylor is an artist with a very unique style and mission—he creates sculptures that are intended to be placed underwater to help foster the growth of coral reefs which benefit the ecosystem. In early 2017, the final phase of his monumental sculptural project known as ‘Museo Atlantico’ was completed and inaugurated by Pedro […]

  • MJM Gallery

    Interview with artist Mark Gleberzon, owner of MJG Gallery

    Mark Gleberzon is a multi-media artist who’s based in Toronto, Canada. Mark has exhibited his work in outdoor and indoor events throughout North America, Europe and Asia and is known for his melding of painting and photography. Mark is also the owner of MJG Gallery which now operates online. He also works as an art […]

  • Marshall ‘Mr. Mars’ Ballantyne

    Interview with artist and designer toy creator Marshall ‘Mr. Mars’ Ballantyne

    Under the company name of MrMarsStudios, artist and illustrator Marshall ‘Mr. Mars’ Ballantyne creates fun and unique works. Originally from Houston, Texas, Marshall is an expert at airbrushing and sculpture. His work appears annually in gallery exhibitions and retail stores. He currently lives and works in Denver, Colorado, where he runs his own company called […]

  • Andrey Poletaev

    All about Andrey Poletaev, a modern master of ballpoint pen art

    Article written courtesy of Alexander Shegelsky While the ballpoint pen itself is almost a hundred and thirty years old, only recently we started noticing some excitement and movement of this new independent direction. Before we knew it, simple ballpoint pen drawings turned into true works of art, captured the hearts of many around the world […]

  • Gallery Petite

    Interview with Gallery Petite owner Tyrome Tripoli

    A discussion with Tyrome Tripoli of Gallery Petite Gallery Petite is a Brooklyn-based space that has been dedicated to visual arts. Owner Tyrome Tripoli secured the space in 2005 and used it as his personal sculpture studio for several years. In 2014, he converted it into a storefront and decided to turn the space into […]

  • Karen Fitzgerald

    Artist spotlight: Karen Fitzgerald

    Karen Fitzgerald is an artist who creates striking round images. An established teacher as well as an artist, Karen has broad experience leading classes in libraries, schools and community settings in and around New York City. Karen recently exhibited work at Gallery35 in Manhattan. She discussed her experiences living and working as an artist: Meagan […]