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Chihuly Museum in Seattle

Chihuly Museum in Seattle

WASSILY KANDINSKY

WASSILY KANDINSKY

Jean-Paul Riopelle Artist Painting Untitled 1953 Oil on Canvas 114 x 145 cm Musée des Beaux-Arts Rennes France

Jean-Paul Riopelle Artist Painting Untitled 1953 Oil on Canvas 114 x 145 cm Musée des Beaux-Arts Rennes France

“The Gravity of Color.” by Lisa Hoke at the New Britain Museum of Art in 2011. Made entirely of thousands of differently colored cups on a 2-story wall. This was a really incredible sight to see.

“The Gravity of Color.” by Lisa Hoke at the New Britain Museum of Art in 2011. Made entirely of thousands of differently colored cups on a 2-story wall. This was a really incredible sight to see.

Brian Coleman | What Do You Give,  And What Do You Take 2014 48"x36" on canvas. Available at Anne Irwin Fine Art, Atlanta, GA.

Brian Coleman | What Do You Give, And What Do You Take 2014 48"x36" on canvas. Available at Anne Irwin Fine Art, Atlanta, GA.

Ibrahim El-Salahi, The Tree, 2001  Colored ink on watercolor paper, 18 ½ x 18 in. (47 x 45.7 cm) framed  Collection of the artist  Photo: Museum for African Art / Andy Keate

Ibrahim El-Salahi, The Tree, 2001 Colored ink on watercolor paper, 18 ½ x 18 in. (47 x 45.7 cm) framed Collection of the artist Photo: Museum for African Art / Andy Keate

AT A TIME WHEN MOST ARTISTS are in the sunset of their careers, Alma Thomas (1891-1978) was on the rise. She was recognized for her expressive abstract paintings, her exuberant use of color and the technical acumen with which she executed patterns. In 1972, the 1st woman to earn an art degree from Howard became the first African American woman to have a solo exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York.

AT A TIME WHEN MOST ARTISTS are in the sunset of their careers, Alma Thomas (1891-1978) was on the rise. She was recognized for her expressive abstract paintings, her exuberant use of color and the technical acumen with which she executed patterns. In 1972, the 1st woman to earn an art degree from Howard became the first African American woman to have a solo exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York.

Xenia Hausner

Xenia Hausner

Richard Diebenkorn - Untitled, 1951 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Richard Diebenkorn - Untitled, 1951 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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