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Ben Frost – Open Studio & New Artwork – StreetArtNews

Australian pop artist Ben Frost is throwing open the doors to his Melbourne studio this week. With over 100 new artworks on display, this is the first time his new workshop has been open to the public. This Saturday April 10, the studio will be open from 12 -6pm, there is no need RSVP, but...

Tenth Anniversary Special at Maisie & Mac

Tenth Anniversary Special at Maisie & Mac

Maisie & Mac in Cupar is celebrating its tenth anniversary with an exhibition of work by Nichola Martin, Lynsey Ewan, Pat Holland and Ian Ledward. The post Tenth Anniversary Special at Maisie & Mac appeared first on ARTMAG. Source link

Ian Mastin’s Still Life In Two Hemispheres | Artmag

Ian Mastin’s Still Life In Two Hemispheres | Artmag

This most inspiring exhibition of still life paintings opened on Saturday 3rd April at ‘Art on Cairncross’, Maleny, Queensland, Australia. The good news is that the artwork is also available as an online exhibition in the UK, through select galleries including The Torrance Gallery, Ian Mastin’s exclusive agent in Edinburgh, Scotland, and Eduardo Alexandra Studios...

Glasgow Open House Arts Festival 2021 Brings It Together

Glasgow Open House Arts Festival 2021 Brings It Together

A unique event in September, Glasgow Open House Arts Festival 2021’s theme is Artists In Isolation, inviting artists, organisations and creative members of the public to reflect on their experiences of the pandemic. The post Glasgow Open House Arts Festival 2021 Brings It Together appeared first on ARTMAG. Source link

Discovering Banksy – Part 6 – StreetArtNews

Since the past decades, Banksy’s art thrived from the graffiti community in his home city, Bristol to a worldwide phenomenon. His stencils – with their recognisable style and often bearing searing political statements – have unexpectedly appeared in various cities across the globe. With wry wit and stealth, Banksy merged graffiti art with installation and...

New mural by Tristan Eaton in Dallas, Texas – StreetArtNews

World renowned artist and designer, Tristan Eaton used The Stack as his larger than life 8,500 square foot canvas to paint a mural concept that pays homage to Deep Ellum’s roots and its future. Tristan’s vision behind this empowering mural was inspired by Dallas’ first Black architect William Sidney, the music scene, native fashion icon...