A r t C r u s h

I am an artist living in Greater Atlanta, Georgia (U.S.A). Here you will find images that inspire through color, form, and concept.

martharichartprojects:

pastry bag artjuly 4, 2011Took an art-everyday break, starting back today. Thought I’d paint on the bags I get at Shot Tower Coffee. I save them ‘cause they are so pretty. I am a little obsessed with these wax bags right now. I guess I’ll have to get more pastries.
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martharichartprojects:

pastry bag art
july 4, 2011
Took an art-everyday break, starting back today. Thought I’d paint on the bags I get at Shot Tower Coffee. I save them ‘cause they are so pretty. I am a little obsessed with these wax bags right now. I guess I’ll have to get more pastries.

cinoh:

Antique Dutch Darning Sampler
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cinoh:

Antique Dutch Darning Sampler

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Mike Henderson
“I remember”, 2013
Oil on canvas
14.5 x 14.5 inches

Mike Henderson
“I remember”, 2013
Oil on canvas
14.5 x 14.5 inches

Art by Mike Henderson at Haines Gallery

Art by Mike Henderson at Haines Gallery

Learn how blues man and abstract painter Mike Henderson integrates his love for music into his canvases. Original air date: July 2007.

(Source: youtube.com)

dutch-and-flemish-painters:

blastedheath:

Anne Bonnet (Belgian, 1908-1960), Fétiche, c.1954. Gouache, 70 x 50 cm.

Anne Bonnet (16 May 1908 – 14 November 1960) was a Belgian painter.
Born Anne Thonet in Brussels, she began her studies in art in 1924, but was obliged to abandon them in 1926 on the death of her parents. In 1930 she married Louis Bonnet, a dealer in silk, and her financial situation allowed her to return to art. In 1936 she resumed art studies under Jacques Maes and held her first exhibition in 1938.
Originally influenced by realists such as James Ensor, she later adopted a geometric style of landscape painting, which became increasingly abstract, inviting comparisons with Paul Klee.
Her work was selected to be on show at the Documenta II exhibition in Kassel alongside other Belgian abstract artists like Henri Michaux, Michel Seuphor and Marc Mendelsohn. She was represented by three artworks: Vestiges (1956), Vestiges Grises (1956) and Hélianthes (1957).
Exhibitions of her work have been frequent since her death, including a major series in 1963 at the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium and at the Art museums of Liège and Charleroi.
Her iconic La ville d’or is held by the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium.
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dutch-and-flemish-painters:

blastedheath:

Anne Bonnet (Belgian, 1908-1960), Fétiche, c.1954. Gouache, 70 x 50 cm.

Anne Bonnet (16 May 1908 – 14 November 1960) was a Belgian painter.

Born Anne Thonet in Brussels, she began her studies in art in 1924, but was obliged to abandon them in 1926 on the death of her parents. In 1930 she married Louis Bonnet, a dealer in silk, and her financial situation allowed her to return to art. In 1936 she resumed art studies under Jacques Maes and held her first exhibition in 1938.

Originally influenced by realists such as James Ensor, she later adopted a geometric style of landscape painting, which became increasingly abstract, inviting comparisons with Paul Klee.

Her work was selected to be on show at the Documenta II exhibition in Kassel alongside other Belgian abstract artists like Henri Michaux, Michel Seuphor and Marc Mendelsohn. She was represented by three artworks: Vestiges (1956), Vestiges Grises (1956) and Hélianthes (1957).

Exhibitions of her work have been frequent since her death, including a major series in 1963 at the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium and at the Art museums of Liège and Charleroi.

Her iconic La ville d’or is held by the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium.

(via myfoursidedmemorymachine)

3wings:

Prelude to a Civilization, 1954
Encaustic and pen and ink on Masonite
Victor Brauner 
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3wings:

Prelude to a Civilization, 1954

Encaustic and pen and ink on Masonite

Victor Brauner 

(via franswazz)