Instructors at Large

An Interview with John A. Parks for Print

  • April 27, 2015


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There’s Always One in the Crowd,” an interview with John A. Parks by Steven Heller, noted author and a columnist for the New York Times Book Review, posted on PRINT magazine’s website earlier this month.

On Exhibition: Allied Artists of America: 100 Years

  • April 23, 2015


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Thomas Torak, After the Game, 2001. Oil on linen, 36 x 52 in.

Thomas Torak’s After the Game and Joseph Peller’s Tugs and Barge at Sunset can be seen at the Allied Artists of America: 100 Years exhibition at the Canton Museum of Art (Canton, OH), April 24 through July 19, 2015.

Joseph Peller, Tugs and Barge at Sunset.                       Oil on linen, 22 x 52 in.

Joseph Peller, Tugs and Barge at Sunset, 2012. Oil on linen, 22 x 52 in.

On Exhibition: Reginato’s Eccentric Constructions

  • April 17, 2015


Opening April 17 at the Museum of Art – DeLand (FL) is Peter Reginato: Eccentric Constructions, an exhibition “composed primarily of painted conceptual shapes fabricated from welded steel.” Opening simultaneously is a comprehensive overview of work by former Art Students League instructor Byron Browne. Both exhibitions continue through July 5, 2015.

Peter Reginato, Strange Fruit, 1987. Painted steel, 11 x 10 x  7 in.

Peter Reginato, Strange Fruit, 1987. Painted steel, 11 x 10 x 7 in.

 

Jerry Weiss on Correggio’s Jupiter and Io

  • April 15, 2015


In his latest article for the “Master Class” column of The Artist’s Magazine, Jerry Weiss writes about Antonio Allegri da Correggio’s Jupiter and Io, one of four commissioned canvases, the artist painted “depicting the loves of Jupiter, the god who … transformed himself into nonhuman forms in order to indulge amatory indiscretions without being discovered by his wife, Juno.” Weiss’s article (PDF here) will appear in the June 2015 issue of The Artist’s Magazine.

Antonio Allegri da Correggio, Jupiter and Io, ca. 1532–33. Oil on canvas, 63 4/5 x 29 1/2 in. Kunsthistorisches Museum.

Antonio Allegri da Correggio, Jupiter and Io, ca. 1532–33. Oil on canvas, 63 4/5 x 29 1/2 in. Kunsthistorisches Museum.

A review of Pat Lipsky at ACME Fine Art

  • April 9, 2015


Pat Lipsky, Builder, 1999. Alkyd, oil, collage, and acrylic on canvas, 41⅞ x 80¼ in.

Pat Lipsky, Builder, 1999. Alkyd, oil, collage, and acrylic on canvas, 41⅞ x 80¼ in.

“These are breathing, organic works, dressed in the clothing of geometric abstraction,” writes art critic Cate McQuaid for a review in the Boston Globe of Pat Lipsky’s current solo show at ACME Fine Art. Read more about the show, Pat Lipsky: Twenty Years, which continues through April 26, in “Artists Committed to Technique and Color.”

    One cannot be too conscientious, too sincere, or too submissive to nature. But one must be more or less master of his model and, above all, of his means of expression. His goal is to penetrate what lies before him and to strive to express himself as logically as possible. — Paul Cézanne