It’s now 50 years since Andy Warhol painted Campbell’s Soup Cans and became one of the most famous artists in the world. Here is an image by Luigi Lucioni from […]
Painting by Jeremy Gordaneer. It’s pretty big and will be on display at the Centaur Theatre over the next 2- 3 weeks.
Henry Buszard‘s first solo exhibition promises to be very exciting (saw some of his Turcot paintings last winter and they were excellent!). Called “Circle’s End” the show will be at […]
From Henk Hofstra, “In April 2007, het Moleneind, a road in Drachten, The Netherlands, is painted blue to symbolise the water. It is 1000 meters long and 8 meters wide. […]
“I find tremendous beauty and energy in the grit and rust of these forgotten industrial areas of New York City. The High Line Series explores the architectural landscapes of the […]
Exhibition of Turcot work in Point Saint Charles. See you there!
Just a tad late but this weekend he organized The Cans Festival in London. From Wiki, Banksy is a well-known pseudo-anonymous English graffiti artist. He is believed to be a […]
I have had a love bordering on fanaticism of the columns and curves that make up Seattle’s urban freeways. They are full of rhythm and strength. In the twilight, the […]
Found this work interesting, particularly with regard to demolition and destruction at Turcot. None Of The Senses Can Come To It More Than Near To Know Where Here Was We […]
Found a page with a bunch of these. Chris Chappell Peter Harris Michelle Muldrow Ann West Ned Stern More here.
Freeway painting by Andrew Denam. Andrew Denman’s homepage
Found these freeway paintings by Daniel Dolberg here.