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Don’t miss the last weekend to see Tom Wudl’s solo exhibition at Cuesta College Art Gallery in San Luis Obispo, CA.
The exhibition includes over a dozen paintings that span almost 50 years of the artist’s career. Check out recent reviews for the show in New Times and The San Luis Obispo Tribune.
Ends December 15th
IMAGE: Tom Wudl, Birth of Jan Van Eyck and the Extent of His Influence on the Art of Painting, for a Period of 600 Years, 1988, oil on canvas, 96 x 60 in. (243.8 x 152.4 cm)

Don’t miss the last weekend to see Tom Wudl’s solo exhibition at Cuesta College Art Gallery in San Luis Obispo, CA.

The exhibition includes over a dozen paintings that span almost 50 years of the artist’s career. Check out recent reviews for the show in New Times and The San Luis Obispo Tribune.

Ends December 15th

IMAGE: Tom Wudl, Birth of Jan Van Eyck and the Extent of His Influence on the Art of Painting, for a Period of 600 Years, 1988, oil on canvas, 96 x 60 in. (243.8 x 152.4 cm)

deyoungmuseum:

With his multimedia treatment of the forests around his East Yorkshire home, David Hockney has almost single-handedly made landscape relevant again. For the past several years, the artist has sketched (on paper and iPad), painted, and made digital videos depicting Woldgate Woods, a body of work that harkens back to impressionist seriality, while remaining inherently contemporary. David Hockney: A Bigger Exhibition is on view through January 20, 2014. David Hockney (British, b. 1937). “Woldgate Woods, 26, 27 & 30 July 2006.” Oil on 6 Canvases © David Hockney. Photo Credit: Richard Schmidt

deyoungmuseum:

With his multimedia treatment of the forests around his East Yorkshire home, David Hockney has almost single-handedly made landscape relevant again. For the past several years, the artist has sketched (on paper and iPad), painted, and made digital videos depicting Woldgate Woods, a body of work that harkens back to impressionist seriality, while remaining inherently contemporary. 

David Hockney: A Bigger Exhibition is on view through January 20, 2014. 

David Hockney (British, b. 1937). “Woldgate Woods, 26, 27 & 30 July 2006.” Oil on 6 Canvases © David Hockney. Photo Credit: Richard Schmidt

China’s leading fashion photographer Chen Man has teamed up with Canon EOS to produce a limited edition white camera.
Here’s a short video produced specifically for the collaboration. Sadly, the camera is not available in the U.S.!
In happier news, L.A. Louver is excited to be working towards an exhibition with Chen Man in 2014, keep posted on our blog for more details.

China’s leading fashion photographer Chen Man has teamed up with Canon EOS to produce a limited edition white camera.

Here’s a short video produced specifically for the collaboration. Sadly, the camera is not available in the U.S.!

In happier news, L.A. Louver is excited to be working towards an exhibition with Chen Man in 2014, keep posted on our blog for more details.

Pick up a copy of Art in America’s current issue for a review by Annie Buckley on Tom Wudl’s previous exhibition at L.A. Louver. 
Read the complete article here.
To see more works from the exhibition, visit our website.
IMAGE: Tom Wudl, Fragrant Flame Light Blazing, 2013, pencil, gold leaf, aluminum leaf, 22K gold powder, gum arabic, gouache, ink, oil paint on vellum, 23 x 34 1/2 in. (58.4 x 87.6 cm)

Pick up a copy of Art in America’s current issue for a review by Annie Buckley on Tom Wudl’s previous exhibition at L.A. Louver. 

Read the complete article here.

To see more works from the exhibition, visit our website.

IMAGE: Tom Wudl, Fragrant Flame Light Blazing, 2013, pencil, gold leaf, aluminum leaf, 22K gold powder, gum arabic, gouache, ink, oil paint on vellum, 23 x 34 1/2 in. (58.4 x 87.6 cm)

Possibly the Best Baseball Painting Ever Painted

talesofla:

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Charles Garabedian


"Baseball,"1965
flo-paque on paper
36-1/4 x 77 inches 
Collection of the Artist

We agree!

deyoungmuseum:

How does your inner circle inspire you? David Hockney said, “I can’t paint people I don’t know,” and his intimate portraits make us feel that we know his subjects, too.Share artwork inspired by or featuring your friends and family for a chance to win a catalog and two VIP tickets to see David Hockney: A Bigger Exhibition.Click here to enter!

deyoungmuseum:

How does your inner circle inspire you? David Hockney said, “I can’t paint people I don’t know,” and his intimate portraits make us feel that we know his subjects, too.

Share artwork inspired by or featuring your friends and family for a chance to win a catalog and two VIP tickets to see David Hockney: A Bigger Exhibition.

Click here to enter!

Read a really lovely piece on Leon Kossoff’s most recent body of work, centering on the East London neighborhood of Arnold Circus, the city where Kossoff grew up.

Once regarded as London’s poorest slum, Arnold Circus has since undergone development and revitalization, though aspects have remained the same. According to Kossoff, “The school was there, where I used to go, they were very kind to me, they gave me a little space in the shed where I could keep my drawing board and charcoal. It’s still here.”

Now students from the Arnold Circus neighborhood are finding inspiration in Kossoff’s interpretations of their home town, and visited his exhibition “London Landscapes” at Annely Juda in London to try their hand in recreating their own iterations of the artist’s drawings. Click here to read the review and to see more examples of the stellar drawings by both the artist and students.

Leon Kossoff’s traveling exhibition “London Landscapes” is now on view at Mitchell-Innes & Nash in New York through December 21, and will travel to L.A. Louver from January 23 - March 1, 2014.

The Tate Britain has a fantastic display on view in their Prints and Drawings Rooms, which features almost 200 years of drawing dealing with the human form, produced by artists ranging from Paula Rego, Francis Bacon, Tracey Emin and Tony Bevan. In fact, the woodcut print featured above by Tony Bevan is an example of one of the works on display.
Learn more about the display here.
For more information on Tony Bevan visit his artist profile on our website.

The Tate Britain has a fantastic display on view in their Prints and Drawings Rooms, which features almost 200 years of drawing dealing with the human form, produced by artists ranging from Paula Rego, Francis Bacon, Tracey Emin and Tony Bevan. In fact, the woodcut print featured above by Tony Bevan is an example of one of the works on display.

Learn more about the display here.

For more information on Tony Bevan visit his artist profile on our website.

Looking for holiday shopping ideas? Check out our publications web shop for catalogues on our artists including Gajin Fujita, David Hockney, R.B. Kitaj and much more. Shop now and all proceeds from purchases on our web shop will be donated to Venice Family Clinic!
Offer ends December 21.
Click here for more details. 

Looking for holiday shopping ideas? Check out our publications web shop for catalogues on our artists including Gajin Fujita, David Hockney, R.B. Kitaj and much more. Shop now and all proceeds from purchases on our web shop will be donated to Venice Family Clinic!

Offer ends December 21.

Click here for more details. 

Curious as to how Rina Banerjee’s complex assemblage sculptures come together? Check out this time-lapse video that follows her current installation at the Smithsonian’s Freer Sackler Gallery from initial construction to finishing touches.

Rina Banerjee will be participating in a conversation with Freer Sackler curator Carol Huh this Saturday, December 7, to discuss her work in the context of her current installation. Visit their website for more information.