Click on https://www.dodho.com/alternative-family-album-by-frank-rodick/ to see his work and accompanying essay. The image shown is “Parade for the Blind,” an archival pigment print by Frank Rodick completed in 2014. For more information see frankrodick.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
I have work in the upcoming exhibition Breath Taking at the New Mexico Museum of Art. You can click on Exhibition Details for the museum web page. It runs March 13 to September 5, 2021. Curated by Katherine Ware, the exhibition considers the social, philosophical, and spiritual issues around breath, which, during this year of Covid-19 and the George Floyd…… Continue reading Frank Rodick is participating in the exhibition “Breath Taking” at the New Mexico Museum of Art
Masked Snowmen Project calls for participants. Hi everyone, I have started the project to keep myself busy and including others to join for the fun of making the magical snowmen…wearing mask with FACIAL EXPRESSION.I am excited to share with you the unique look of snowmen during Covid time made by participants from age 5 to 81.…… Continue reading OSA Member Quan Steele requests participants for Masked Snowmen
OSA elected member Tom Ashbourne (sculptor) says “This international award is beyond my wildest dreams. Please take the time to read the 10-page interview in DESTIG’s January 2021 edition where I share my perspective on art, creative process, and vision for my contemporary stone and assemblage sculptures. Thought-provoking questions posed by DESTIG’s editors take you through…… Continue reading Tom Ashbourne SSC SCA OSA: DESTIG “Best Artists of 2020” award winner
Thirteen cityscapes exploring the theme of perspective within a vacant city. http://jonathons.caTop image (detail): Dundas Looking West Oil 36 inches x 30 inches Lower image: Along the Cubist Path Oil 20 inches x 42 inches
The DyingGraphite and brush pen drawing 14 inches x 11 inchesThis work can be seen after April at http//airdgallery.org/publications The artbook will remain on the Aird Gallery’s PUBLICATION page.
Solare Acrylic and polymer on canvas, 34 inches x 34 inches
I am very happy that jurors accepted my paintings, “Canadian Faces,” into such a prestigious N3XT Art Competition. These portraits represent Canadians and many immigrants, including myself. We all come from different backgrounds and carry different psychological loads. In the series of four paintings I show close ups of different but, in a way, similar faces. Similar,…… Continue reading Margaret Stawicki, OSA Member: N3XT National Art Competition
Janet Read, “High Arctic: Dark Horizon #1”, charcoal on arches paper drawing using loose charcoal powder. Janet Read OSA is the recipient of the Jurors’ Prize in the Carmichael Landscape Exhibition: Tradition Transformed at the Orillia Museum of Art and History. The show continues to January 17, 2021. Below is a copy of the Museum’s…… Continue reading Janet Read OSA: Jurors’ Prize winner at the Carmichael Landscape Exhibition
Peter Dušek, OSA has been juried into N3XT, the prestigious National Art Competition at the Arts & Letters Club in Toronto. Cattails in Red, Lake of Bays, Ontario, Canada, 2020 His piece, “Cattails in Red”, 36 x 56 inches, hangs at the historic Arts and Letters Club of Toronto. The theme this year is Canadian…… Continue reading Peter Dušek: N3XT National Art Competition