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Art Movements as a Family Tree

Nesbit studied painting at the San Francisco Art Institute and is currently obtaining his MFA in Painting at Yale University.

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Abstract Expressionism Art Art Theory and Movements Modern Period Perception Performance and Conceptual

Understanding Perception, Part III – It’s all in your mind

The Merriam Webster dictionary defines perceive as, to attain awareness or understanding of. If perception is the way we ascertain awareness, then the frustration for some people who find themselves ‘not getting it’ are probably the same individuals unwilling to understand, right? Well, to my two friends, Justin and Josef, I wanted share a few […]

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Abstract Expressionism Perception

I want to be an art hero when I grow up…

Oh, hello, I would like to get some help. I’m wondering, do you have this outfit in all Black? I’m going to an art opening tonight… Click on Wonder Woman to see one of my Art Heros… I’ve always wanted to be a bit of a Super Hero. Granted, I’m not going to spin myself […]

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Art Art and Technology Art Theory and Movements Multi Media Social Networking Virtual Art

Art Project powered by Google

Everyone uses Google, well, almost everyone… I know I use Google (as a search engine, my e-mail, etc.) so it was amazing to see their latest addition to the Google applications – Art Project! Granted, I’d much rather see the musuems of the world in person but if I can’t spend the money to go […]

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LJ Roberts: shifting textiles, queer craft, and resilience – Interview

I’ll write a little something today but not very long due to yesterday’s post on my impressions of the current exhibition, It’s All a Blur, at the SomArts Cultural Center. THAT, my friends, was A LOT. Instead, I’ll recommend reading my dear friend, L.J. Roberts, interview with the Social Media Management for Contemporary Art organization. It’s a fantastic interview. LJ discusses […]

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Art Art and Technology Digital Art Film Multi Media Performance and Conceptual Photography Post Modernism Visual Arts

It’s All a Blur…not really

It’s All a Blur is far from a blur when you consider the show’s theme does not really have much to do with temporality. Walking through the exhibition is nothing like walking through a flurry of sales at the mall or a bustling city block. The Blur artists take what is often fuzzy in our lives and sharpens our focus. […]