Realizing a Range of Texture

Janice K. Johnson

Share: Diversify textures to create details, convey mood and build atmosphere in a painting. by Andy Evansen When people think of the word “texture” in the context of painting, typically they envision something rough. Texture doesn’t have to imply bumps and ridges, however. Texture can also feel smooth, damp, soft, […]

Miami Art Week 2022: Highlights

Janice K. Johnson

It’s time for Street Art and graffiti fans of all flavors to make their annual peregrination to that Mecca of murals and art fairs and performances on the street, Miami, during Art Basel. Specifically, we constantly roam through Wynwood, which began with a very healthy graffiti scene a couple of […]

Banksy Proffers Prints for Ukraine Aid—and More Art News – ARTnews.com

Janice K. Johnson

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines MONUMENTAL RULINGS. A federal judge rejected a bid to stop the removal of a monument depicting Confederate general A. P. Hill that stands in an intersection in Richmond, Virginia, clearing the way for it to be carted away this week, the Associated […]

Veronica Ryan Wins 2022 Turner Prize

Janice K. Johnson

Montserrat-born sculptor Victoria Ryan has been announced as the winner of the 2022 Turner Prize, one of the world’s top visual art awards. Her work explores themes of displacement and loss through organic sculptures frequently embodying soft, vegetal forms and made from organic and recycled materials. At sixty-six, Ryan, who […]