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Gallery Nucleus Presents Enchanté

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Gallery Nucleus Presents Enchanté June 19, 2010- July 12, 2010 Opening Reception: Saturday June 19, 2010 (7 pm – 11 pm) Alhambra, CA – Gallery Nucleus is excited to present Enchanté, an exhibit featuring a mélange of contemporary French illustrators and fine artists. Featured artists include those that have graced previous Nucleus [...]

By | 2018-05-09T03:03:34+00:00 June 2nd, 2010|* News & Updates, Nucleus Gallery|Comments Off on Gallery Nucleus Presents Enchanté

Michelangelo’s Hidden Sistine Chapel Message Discovered

Michelangelo may have hidden a message in his painting of god at the Sistine Chapel. The message, which the church would have considered an act of blasphemy portray’s the human brain hidden in a painting of god. The painting in question is The Separation of Light from Darkness in which the lumpy features [...]

By | 2010-05-29T12:29:44+00:00 May 29th, 2010|* News & Updates|Comments Off on Michelangelo’s Hidden Sistine Chapel Message Discovered

MAXXI Gallery, Rome’s First Contemporary Art Museum Opens Its Doors

The city known for its ancient monuments and baroque churches finally has two new contemporary art galleries worthy of the name, both designed by foreign women. The MAXXI gallery in Rome will open its futuristic doors to the public Sunday. The Museum of Art for the XXIst century is one of a few [...]

By | 2010-05-29T12:17:01+00:00 May 29th, 2010|* News & Updates|Comments Off on MAXXI Gallery, Rome’s First Contemporary Art Museum Opens Its Doors

Portrait Sketches by Luke Kopycinski

These outstanding portrait sketches were created by artist Luke Kopycinski. Luke lives in Australia and works as a conceptual artist in the gaming  industry. He's also an incredible painter and frequently exhibits his work at the McCulloch Gallery in Melbourne. You can learn more about Luke Kopycinski and view additional work through the following links: [...]

By | 2018-05-09T03:03:34+00:00 May 28th, 2010|Luke Kopycinski|1 Comment

Exhibition to Revisit Contemporary Korean Art

Korea's largest overseas contemporary art exhibition returns to London in July, but this time geared with new tactics ― the first comprehensive English-language book on contemporary art from the country and a fresh army of young artists. "Korean Eye: Fantastic Ordinary," organized by Standard Chartered and Britain's influential Saatchi Gallery, returns for its [...]

By | 2018-05-09T03:03:34+00:00 May 28th, 2010|* News & Updates|Comments Off on Exhibition to Revisit Contemporary Korean Art

Various Works by Santiago Rusiñol

These beautiful paintings were created by Spanish artist Santiago Rusiñol. Rusiñol was a Spanish  Catalan  post-impressionist/Symbolist painter, poet, and playwright.  As a charismatic leader of Catalan Modernism and a founder of Els Quatre Gats in Barcelona, Rusiñol traveled widely and stayed often in Paris, having exhibited at the Paris Salon. It was in here that [...]

By | 2018-05-09T03:03:34+00:00 May 27th, 2010|Santiago Rusiño|1 Comment

Despite Tightening Up Of Society, Iranian Art Sees A Boom

The Persian word for "love" is spelled out in Swarovski crystals and glitter, with a small footnote from the artist: "A picture is worth a thousand words and a word a thousand pictures." The estimate wasn't high enough. When the acrylic painting on canvas sold at Bonhams in Dubai two years ago for a historic [...]

By | 2018-05-09T03:03:34+00:00 May 27th, 2010|* News & Updates|Comments Off on Despite Tightening Up Of Society, Iranian Art Sees A Boom

San Francisco Zen Center presents ‘The Accidents of our Materials’ with sculptors Arthur Ganson & Elizabeth King

The San Francisco Zen Center has announced that they will present The Accidents of Our Materials with sculptors Arthur Ganson and Elizabeth King. The presentation will explore the concepts of gesture, intention, and empathy as Ganson and King present their work and engage the audience in conversation. Using materials as varied as oil, concrete, and [...]

By | 2018-05-09T03:03:34+00:00 May 18th, 2010|* News & Updates|Comments Off on San Francisco Zen Center presents ‘The Accidents of our Materials’ with sculptors Arthur Ganson & Elizabeth King

Various Works by George Washington Thomas Lambert

These beautiful paintings were created by Australian artist George Washington Thomas Lambert. George Lambert known principally for portrait paintings and as a war artist during the First World War. You can learn more about George Lambert through the following links: George Lambert at Wikipedia George Lambert at National Gallery of Australia

By | 2018-05-09T03:03:34+00:00 May 17th, 2010|George Washington Thomas Lambert|1 Comment