September 20, 2017 by Jack Dziamba. New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday. Rodin at the MET – September 16, 2017 – January 15, 2018 “On the centenary of the death of Auguste Rodin (1840–1917), The Metropolitan Museum of Art celebrates its historic collection of the artist’s work. Nearly 50 marbles, bronzes, plasters, and terracottas […]
Matisse: “Decorative Figure on an Ornamental Background 1925–26; oil on canvas; 1.3 x0.98 m / 4 ft 3 in x 3 ft 3½ in This canvas celebrates the ornamental elements of Arabic culture. Matisse here disrupts a tradition of the human form as the highest subject by elevating still-life, background and decorative arts to the […]
August 30, 2017 by Jack Dziamba. New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday. Summer 2017, Photography, Fine Art End of Summer 2017 There are many ways to wind down the summer in art – galleries, museums, collections, auctions, exhibitions, and creating. We think the following is a great way to do it. Each day in August […]
August 23, 2017, by Jack Dziamba. New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday. Whither the Book? In this digital age, museums have now come to realize that putting their collections online, spurs interest in museums and museum attendance. indeed, it is an effective marketing tool and is a meaningful contribution to wold-wide culture, furthering the mission […]
August 16, 2017 by Jack Dziamba. New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday. “Sunflowers” “Van Gogh’s paintings of Sunflowers are among his most famous. He did them in Arles, in the south of France, in 1888 and 1889. Vincent painted a total of five large canvases with sunflowers in a vase, with three shades of […]
“Turner had a life long obsession with the sun. ” In the weeks prior to his death, J.M.W. Turner is said to have declared (to John Ruskin) ‘The Sun is God’ – what he meant by this, no-one really knows, but what is not in any doubt is the central role that the sun played in Turner’s lifelong obsession with light and how to paint it.”
In this Article, we wish to celebrate his life of Sam Shepard as an Actor, Playwright, and a brief comparison of the theme and purpose of the works of Sam Shepard, and Samuel Beckett.