“Boat” (2015), Xuan (rice) paper, bamboo, cotton threads, 18 x 7 meters. All pictures courtesy of the artist and Pearl Lam Galleries, shared with permission Greater than 12,000 sheets of delicate Xuan paper type the ruffled exterior of Zhu Jinshi’s suspended “Boat” sculpture. The famend artist, who’s presently residing and dealing in his hometown of […]
Abandoned Caravans and Castles House Mysterious Illuminated Portals in Andrew Mcintosh’s Paintings
All images © Andrew McIntosh, shared with permission In abandoned sheds, tiny campers, and imposing, hilltop castles, Scottish artist Andrew McIntosh (previously) nestles glowing entryways to mysterious new worlds. The illuminated portals are central to the artist’s ongoing interest in exploration, curiosity, and a never-ending desire to uncover the unknown, and they offer a tiny […]
Should I Get A Master Degree Program?
So you’ve got a bachelor’s degree in your chosen field, and now you’re wondering if it is worth it to pursue a master’s degree. Before making this decision, be sure to know the pros and cons of acquiring this type of education. Master’s degrees are typically postgraduate academic programs that take about two years to […]
‘Girl, The Album’ Inspires And Empowers Girls Through Music
A new collection of girl-friendly pop songs featuring award-winning musicians helps girls know their self worth through music. When my daughter Emma was in elementary and middle school, she was a girly girl. No lie, she had a ton of Barbies and American Girl dolls, and loved to embellish on their stories. She and her […]
33 Lilies: Richard Colman @ New Image Art, Los Angeles
New Image Art is pleased to present 33 Lilies, a solo exhibition by Richard Colman.