It’s unbelievable what was found under the lime-wash on the walls in the ancient church of St. Cadoc in Southern Wales, the church architect notice a line of red paint and on further investigation and then elbow grease, St. George and the Dragon appeared.
|By: Elliott Saturday December 7, 2013 8:00 pm|
|By: Lisa Derrick Monday August 26, 2013 4:59 pm|
Love, the creative spirit, chaos, and rivalry: The lives of Ushio Shinohara, an innovative octogenarian artist who punches the canvas with boxing gloves wrapped in paint soaked sponges, and his 61-year old artist wife Noriko are the subjects of the the complex and deep documentary Cutie and the Boxer, directed by tonight’s guest, Zachary Heinzerling.
First-time director Heinzerling spent several years documenting the couple who live a financially and emotionally tenuous life in Brooklyn.
|By: Lisa Derrick Sunday July 28, 2013 6:20 pm|
Big and bold, yet refined and precise–these are the hallmarks of Robert Williams, the breakthrough painter whose works shifted the direction of contemporary art. Monday’s movie, Robert Williams, Mr Bitchin takes us through the painter’s life, with stops along the way to (re) discover the Piltdown Man, King Farouk, hot rods, hippies, sexy women, censorship and the origins of the universe.
|By: Lisa Derrick Monday September 10, 2012 5:00 pm|
Who says fine art can’t be humorous?
Wayne White’s art isn’t highbrow. It isn’t Lowbrow. But it qualifies as both. It’s American in the best of ways: Pure, funny, shoot-from-the-hip, self-made, inventive, imaginative. Wayne White is Will Rogers with a paintbrush and a hot glue gun, an artist whose work greeted attendees at Art Basel in Miami, and whose influence–Mark Mothersbaugh calls him one of the founding fathers of American Pop Art–exploded from that most American of mediums, the television.
|By: masaccio Sunday February 7, 2010 7:00 pm|