20 Most Popular Posts on Today in Art – 2010

20 Most Popular Posts on Today in Art – 2010
Posted by on Dec 27, 2010

As the year comes to an end, I, like many, tend to reflect on the last year. One thing I enjoy is looking back to see what posts readers of Today in Art like most. The best way I have of doing this today is by looking at the most visited posts.

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Posted in: comic art, drawing, graffiti, illustration, Just for Fun, metalsmithing, mixed media, music monday, performance, textiles

The Political Illustration of Anthony Freda

The Political Illustration of Anthony Freda
Posted by on Nov 30, 2010

Anthony Freda is a political artist and illustrator and has been published in popular publications like Time, The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, Esquire and more. Freda’s illustration is edgy and will certainly make you think.

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Posted in: drawing, photography

Artwork Visible from Space, 350 Earth Art

Artwork Visible from Space, 350 Earth Art
Posted by on Nov 23, 2010

350 Earth is in full swing and images of art installations are being published daily. The collection so far is amazing and each piece includes assistance from local participants.

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New Artwork by Mario D. Fisher

New Artwork by Mario D. Fisher
Posted by on Nov 18, 2010

Mario Fisher recently started work on a new series, Disembodied, and Seven curves for hallelujah is the first piece of artwork in this series.

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Posted in: illustration, metalsmithing

15 Great Works of Art from Sculpture by the Sea 2010

15 Great Works of Art from Sculpture by the Sea 2010
Posted by on Nov 10, 2010

Sculpture by the Sea is a large outdoor art exhibit, featuring a variety of sculpture and artists. Here are 15 of my favorites from this years exhibit.

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Posted in: illustration, Just for Fun, metalsmithing, mixed media

Illustration by Sarah Dennis

Illustration by Sarah Dennis
Posted by on Sep 1, 2010

Each one of Sarah Dennis’ warm, story book like illustrations are small self contained stories.  Her work brings back memories of childhood, while also quenching my thirst for beautiful artwork.

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Posted in: drawing, photography

Fabulously Fun Drawings by Camellie

Posted by on Aug 19, 2010
Lady with ostric - my interpretation of "Lady with an ermine"

Lady with ostric - interpretation of "Lady with an ermine"

Camellie is a talented graphic artist / illustrator pumping out some wildly imaginative and colorful pieces. Camellie works mostly with ink pens and markers adding the colors later in Illustrator.

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Posted in: drawing, graffiti, music monday, photography, printmaking

Paintings by Ann Marshall

Posted by on Jul 14, 2010

Sunshine and Molasses - Pastel ond paper collage on paper

Ann Marshall’s work combines realistic painting with patterned and textured collage elements.  I especially enjoy the direction of her newer portraits, where the collage elements have lots of texture and color.

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Posted in: comic art, performance, textiles

Featured Painter, Kevin Peterson

Posted by on Jun 16, 2010
Old Wall II - Mixed media on Canvas, primarily Oil with corrugated metal

Old Wall II - Mixed media on Canvas, primarily Oil with corrugated metal

Many thanks to Art Asylum Boston for introducing me to Kevin Peterson.  Peterson’s paint reveals a sharp contrast between the innocent world of a child and the reality of the world in which they live.

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Posted in: comic art, performance, textiles

Sketches and Illustrations by Gabriella Barouch

Sketches and Illustrations by Gabriella Barouch
Posted by on May 5, 2010

I am so glad I found Gabriella Barouch’s collection of art. I love how seamlessly she combine various media in her work. The finished pieces feel complete, as if these materials were meant to be combined in the such a way.

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Posted in: drawing, performance, photography, printmaking