How Do We Know It’s Art?

Concepts are created from abstractions, abstractions are floating around in the artists mind, and when the artist relates them to something, interlinks them to something they become conceptual.

Art Needs to Be Valued

Art today illustrates the enormous gulf between what we know, that is what is objective, physical, real and knowable and the mystical, the unknowable, superstition and imaginings.

Torso

30×30 Watercolor and acrylic on paper


“Torso was accepted into the Kansas Watercolor Societies National Juried Exhibition. The exhibition was judged by Soon Y. Warren, who is nationally and internationally known. She is a signature member of the National Watercolor Society and the American Watercolor Society. The exhibition will run from Nov. 17 – Dec 17, 2017 at the Mary R Koch Arts Center, Wichita Kansas.

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What Ever Has Happened to “Play”?

Now children play today and what toys they play or do not play with. How different it is today. No wonder children try to grow up too fast, have their noses into a computer, and can’t imagine “breaking the rules.”

Repetition in Art

The issue that should be discussed in digital art and whether it is art or not is the concept of repetition. If art is just a series of repeated patterns and forms the artist is either a critiquing the concept of art or the artist is making a statement of where we are today with the concept of art. Either answer puts the concept of “art’ in a very sad, irrelevant place.

Road Less Traveled

Water Based Media on Paper 5×7


“Road Less Traveled” was accepted into the national Aqueous USA 2017 exhibition by internationally recognized artist and juror, Mark MeHaffey. Mehaffey is a signature member of the American Watercolor Society; Dolphin Fellow, the National Watercolor Society, Watercolor USA Honor Society, the Transparent Watercolor Society of America along with 7 additional national watercolor societies. Mehaffey has won major awards in juried exhibitions internationally including the Silver Medal of Honor and the Arches Paper Co Award from the American Watercolor Society, the Grumbacher Gold Medal from Allied Artists of American to list a few. It is an honor for me to have Mark Mehaffey recognize and accept my work “Road Less Traveled” for the Aqueous USA 2017 in Kentucky and sponsored by the Kentucky Watercolor Society.


Interested in the original artwork or a print? Contact Christine for more information.