Gurney Journey: Old Mill Falls

This weblog by Dinotopia creator James Gurney is for illustrators, plein-air painters, sketchers, comic artists, animators, art students, and writers. You’ll find practical studio tips, insights into the making of the Dinotopia books, and first-hand reports from art schools and museums. Contact You can write me at: James Gurney PO […]

“Web 3.0 Aesthetics: In the Future Post-Hype of the NFTs” at Annka Kultys Gallery

“Web 3.0 Aesthetics: In the Future Post-Hype of the NFTs” (a Trilogy Curated by Annka Kultys for LaCollecionio) will explore NFT aesthetics through the lens of social, intellectual, and technological upheaval that took place in the turn on the 21st century. The exhibition will include 27 NFTs presented in three themes “Metamorphosis of the Body,” “Digital Florascapes,” […]

Thicker Than Water  – KALTBLUT Magazine

Janice K. Johnson

A KALTBLUT exclusive. Art direction & Photography by Dana Tolesh. Video & 3D by Milko Marinov. Models are Asem, Ayan, Diana, Inkar, and Mukhammad. Styling & Makeup by Akhtemov Dilyar. “I left Kazakhstan at 11 years of age, but I still carry some of my country’s spirit. I live in […]

Fra Angelico and the Story of St. Nicholas

Janice K. Johnson

Share: by Cynthia Close The early Italian Renaissance painter Fra Angelico (1395-1455) is considered one of the giants in the evolution of European art history. His life was surprisingly well-documented. Giorgio Vasari (1511-1574), another great Renaissance Master and art historian, declared Fra Angelico to be “a rare and perfect talent.” […]

Into the life of New York art advisor Sarah Stein-Sapir

Janice K. Johnson

Sarah Stein-Sapir is a New York art advisor specializing in contemporary art. Her clients are both private and corporate with among others no less than Central Park Tower, the world’s tallest residential building. She shared about her path from working in art galleries, to auction houses and private dealers which […]