Such great timing! Yesterday Drawing & Painting II began their unit on Nature as Inspiration and we looked at the work of Georgia O'Keeffe and other artist using nature and the natural environment as the subject of their art work. Well today is O'Keeffe's birthday! As I was checking in on Instagram, it was so cool to see to many tributes to this highly influential and talented artist. The birthday cake is just bananas!
Edvard Munch’s 1895 version of “The Scream” — which became the most expensive artwork ever sold at auction when it brought nearly $120 million at Sotheby’s in May — will go on view at the Museum of Modern Art, courtesy of its new mystery owner, for six months, starting on Oct. 24.
“This is an incredible opportunity for our visitors to see something that is otherwise hard to see,” says Glenn D. Lowry, the museum’s director. The pastel will be on display through April 29, 2013. Read More...
Alien Workshop has worked with the Keith Haring Foundation to create these new skateboard designs. Keith Haring's work is easily one of the most recognizable visual styles to come out of the New York art scene. An activist and prolific artist, Haring's bold lines, bright colors and messages of life affirming unity, brought joy and thoughtfulness to the numerous public works he created throughout the '80's. Haring's objective was to break down the barriers between high and low art, so taking part in this collaboration with the Ohio based skateboard companyis a perfect fit
Just took a trip to my local Target store and found this...for just $0.75
Issued to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first showing of Warhol’s paintings of the celebrated soup can, the labels come in four brilliant color combinations, like blue with orange or teal with hot pink, to mimic the artist’s style. They also have famous Warhol quotes on them like “In the future, everybody will be world-famous for 15 minutes,’’ and a picture of the artist on the back.
"The arts celebrate multiple perspectives. One of their large lessons is that there are many ways to see and interpret the world."
Mrs. Dorothy Amme
Visual Arts Teacher
Piscataway High School