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The Price of Everything

Very Amusing look into the world of ultra-priced fine art. Highly Recommended

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Alice Neel - Alice Neel Mother and Child 1982, Signed Lithograph

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The Case for Realism

The best explanation we have seen about Photorealism starts around 5:10. ( watch the whole video)

Examples of Photo Realism including pieces featured in the PBS piece are on Bright Colors
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What's the point of making realistic paintings when photography can do the trick? We look at the history of artists recreating the world as we see it and pon...

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Paul Wegner Bronze Sculpture 1987 Constitution | Bright Colors Art & Collectibles

Paul Wegner Bronze Artist American Artist and Sculptor

Revisiting Artist Richard Bernstein’s Epochal Legacy

In this new book from Rizzoli, the famed illustrator for Interview magazine and long-time Grace Jones collaborator takes the spotlight.



Most people assume that Andy Warhol designed the covers for Interview, the magazine he founded in 1969 with British journalist John Wilcock—and it’s no wonder they do, given that Andy Warhol’s signature is on every single one of them. But in actuality, it was the artist Richard Bernstein, a contemporary of Warhol’s and a vibrant member of New York’s downtown scene before his death in 2002, who created the magazine’s most iconic covers using a mixture of collage, photography, and paint that transformed the merely young and famous into absolute supernovas.


Limited Edition Prints by Richard Bernstein

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sculpture Richard Hunt Spiral Odyssey

Here’s the story behind that new statue in Romare Bearden Park

Here’s the story behind that new statue in Romare Bearden Park

Made of welded stainless steel, this eye-catching sculpture is nearly 30 feet tall and weighs approximately 8,000 pounds. For comparison’s sake, the Firebird, outside Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, is about 17 feet tall.

This work has a special connection to Romare Bearden.

Richard Hunt

The artist, Richard Hunt, was a contemporary of Bearden. The two were the first African-American artists to have solo shows at the Museum of Modern Art, both in 1971.

Hunt drew inspiration from Bearden. In a statement, the artist said, “The ‘Odyssey’ in the title refers to Romare Bearden’s series of works that took Homer’s epic poem as a point of inspiration and departure. ‘Odyssey’ is also a way to refer to Bearden’s personal journey alone and with others, his peers, his artistic offspring and his world of admirers.

“‘Spiral’ in my title has multiple associations. One was his pivotal role in the joining together of African-American artists in 1963 in New York to share ideas on arts activism in the context of the Civil Rights Movement, the complexities of career development, and the art of politics. Also considered in the work is the widening, elevating spiral of Bearden’s multifaceted career which even in its legacy phase continues to ascend.”

In the upward swirl of “Spiral Odyssey” some shapes seem to suggest Poseidon’s trident or Athena’s spear.

The installation, which cost $305,000, was funded by a Mecklenburg County fund for public art, contributions from Duke Energy and Arts and Science Council, and grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and North Carolina Arts Council.

It’s too early to know if the new sculpture will become one of the iconic symbols of the city, but on a clear Sunday morning, a number of parents were already setting their kids up in front of it for photo ops, so it’s starting strong.