How to paint like Willem de Kooning – with Corey D’Augustine | IN THE STUDIO

You should really have a lot of fun this week because we’ll be exploring some really wonderful viscus and fluid paints here. The whole range of painter’s materials. We’re exploring the work of Willem de Kooning this week, certainly, one of the masters of the New York avant garde. And you can see in front

Creative writing & Critical reading (Free Course Trailer)

Creative writing & Critical reading (Free Course Trailer)

This course creative writing and critical reading explores the importance of reading as part of a creative writers development. You’ll gain inspiration and ideas from examining other writers work as well as improving your critical reading skills critical reading involves closed or analytical reading with an eye to the choices writers make. A diverse range

How to paint like Yayoi Kusama – with Corey D’Augustine | IN THE STUDIO

How to paint like Yayoi Kusama – with Corey D’Augustine | IN THE STUDIO

Today, we are going to be working in the manner of Yayoi Kusama. Specifically. her Infinity Net paintings. These are the paintings that really launched her career here in New York City in the 1950s. You’ll see that we’re working on, I guess what I’d say is a medium format painting. It will be an

Alan Storey – Excerpt from the Climatic Drawing Machine (contemporary art museum)

Alan Storey – Excerpt from the Climatic Drawing Machine (contemporary art museum)

Alan Storey was born in British Columbia, Canada in 1960. He received his BFA from the University of Victoria in 1982 and has since exhibited all over North America and Europe. Both in the public and contemporary art spheres, Storey has received numerous commissons for his sculptural works. As mediated by both the act of

HARD TO START YOUR ART BACK UP? TRY THIS…

HARD TO START YOUR ART BACK UP? TRY THIS…

Hey, everyone, it’s Nicholas Wilton at Art2Life. Happy Sunday! I wanted to talk today about getting started in your art again, often because you’ve been away or maybe you’re just in between paintings. But I get this question a ton. It’s something we all struggle with, getting momentum back and keeping on going. So today

What is art for? Alain de Botton’s animated guide | Art and design
The Art Deco Glamour of Shanghai

The Art Deco Glamour of Shanghai

(mellow electronic music) – [Narrator] Shanghai is home to one of the world’s richest collections of Art Deco buildings. The city’s signature style saw its heyday in the 1930s and epitomized luxury. It grew increasingly popular with the rise of cinema and Hollywood films, sparking a widespread hunger for the same glamorous buildings moviegoers saw

Art and Industry Make Magic in a Pittsburgh Loft

Art and Industry Make Magic in a Pittsburgh Loft

– I think the big wow for guests or visitors is that when you come into the building it’s sort of a tight entry. And then when you come up the steps, there’s the big expanse of the full length of the building. And that’s usually where we have people go, oh my. Or there’s

The Anderson Collection at Stanford University showcases contemporary American art

The Anderson Collection at Stanford University showcases contemporary American art

[SOUND] Stanford University.>>The Anderson collection at Stanford University is a truly remarkable collection. It’s a gift of the Anderson family comprised of 121 paintings and sculpture. Objects in the collection range from about 1947 with represented by Jackson Pollock Lucifer, to works made in the early 2000s. We’re really thinking of it as one large

Art’s Coming (S2, E7) | AT THE MUSEUM

Art’s Coming (S2, E7) | AT THE MUSEUM

Megan Randall, Assistant Conservator: It looks good? Like could they use a dusting, ‘cause now is the time. Bo Berkman, Lead Preparator: It looks kinda dirty, but I can’t tell if it’s like, actually like- Megan: The piece? Bo: …a part of the piece, or blowing around on the surface. Megan: Okay. Lana Hum, Director