Featured Art

Contemporary Charcoals:
Mary Jane Ward

The work of Mary Jane Ward embodies an inherent grace, and for good reason: trained in classical ballet, Ward enjoyed a career on the professional stage prior to devoting her energies full time the new creative outlet of visual art. Now based in Ohio, Ward still espouses the energy and fluidity of a dancer in […]

Featured Artist: Milixa Morón

Milixa is a fine artist and realist painter, devoted to the resurgence and preservation of representational painting in art. She has a wide range of sources of inspiration, including symbolism, mythology of different cults, religions or cultures, universal symbols, universal beliefs, psychological behavior, and stories or people from history that left an important reflection or […]

Museum Mix: Perusing London’s National Portrait Gallery

The National Portrait Gallery in London offers its visitors the history of England through the likenesses of its people. Celebrating its 160th anniversary this year, the National Portrait Gallery presents an impressive compendium of portraits unrivaled by the capital city’s other world-renowned art institutions.

A Look at the Albertina:
The Art of Collecting

Jakob Alt, The Palace Duke Albert Alongside the Augustiner Bastion, 1816. For the art fan, the moment inevitably arises wherein a piece inspires the thought “I wish I could own that.” Depending on the price point, though, that dream is not always realized. For the great families of past generations, however – those with endless […]

Contemporary Charcoals:
Jimmie Arroyo

Artist Jimmie Arroyo is arguably a contemporary artist with an Old Master’s soul. Channeling some of his most substantial artistic inspiration from the masters of the Renaissance and Baroque eras, Arroyo updates their determined draftsmanship with his modern sense of design, resulting in a body of work that is both complex and compelling. Arroyo graciously […]

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