Art Gallery Goes Rogue

Exterior, Randsburg Art Gallery

Exterior, Randsburg Art Gallery

Randall “Hoot” Smith, owner of the Randsburg Art Gallery, announces his rogue vision of promoting world class artists. “I know this is hard to believe from an art gallery owner but I think that artists deserve 100 percent of the value of their art! Yes, that’s right, 100 percent,” says Smith.

Smith asks: “If you’re a world class artist, does it really matter if you show in New York City, Paris or Los Angeles? Well, yes and no. Yes, big name galleries have big name client lists and expensive showrooms in beautiful art centers. They also charge the artist considerable commission fees for their services. And no – if you’re a famous artist, your clients need only to know where to find your art.”

Now all that being said, here’s the deal. The Randsburg Art Gallery is located just two and half hours from Los Angeles in the historic Rand Mining District and old gold mining town of Randsburg. The gallery occupies more than two thousand square feet of museum quality viewing space in what was originally the First Bank of Randsburg (circa 1920).

The gallery is adorned with fifteen foot walls and wonderful, original tin panel ceilings. Smith adds, “Any and all world class artists can show and sell their art at absolutely no cost; and I mean no commissions or fees.”

“Why and how is the gallery able to do this?” asks Smith. “It’s easy. Why? I want Randsburg to become an art center destination. How? The gallery is self-sufficient and, honestly, I want to turn the commercial art world on its head. As an artist myself, I’ve had it with posh, snooty galleries dictating terms and conditions.”

He concludes, “I want artists to thrive and prosper, to enjoy the true value of their art in a friendly, receptive atmosphere. They can find that here in the Randsburg Art Gallery.”

Be My Guest Concert

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But nothing the copy said could convince her

and so it didn’t take long until a few insidious

Copy Writers ambushed her

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An Appreciation Of The Art Deco Style

Over the years many new movements in art and design appear, make their mark on the world and then are pushed into the background by the next new thing. When you look back, many styles are clearly very much of their time and would look out of place in the modern world. Art Deco, on the other hand, whilst classically elegant always looks curiously current and fits seamlessly into the 21st century. This is one style which never really seems to have gone away and whilst the influence of other movements has faded into the background, Art Deco still makes its mark on the designs of today.

Art Deco initially appeared on the scene in France in the 1920’s but in the decade that followed, quickly spread across the world influencing design in architecture, art, jewelry and even fashion. It was a highly eclectic style drawing on influences from several artistic movements and beautifully combining traditional and natural imagery with modern angular forms. Art Deco was all about bold geometric shapes, sumptuous ornamentation and sharp angles. It was certainly the very essence of glamour and so it is not difficult to appreciate why its influence remains so strong today. The striking color contrasts and juxtaposition of soft, luxurious fabrics with polished wood and expanses of black lacquer and stone made an instant impression and still appear classy yet avant-garde today.

The bold, iconic architecture of the era still stands as testament to the beauty and functionality of the style. The clean lines, geometric detailing, stepped profiles and use of color were very much of a movement looking forwards and not back. The buildings of this period sit well next to modern constructions and still look classy today. The Empire State Building in New York and the Art Deco district of Miami are really something to behold but art deco was not all about appearance. Many fine industrial premises were constructed in the Art Deco style proving that a functional building can still be a thing of beauty. The main arteries into London from the west were lined with fine examples of the style and were constructed in the pre-media age to act as advertisements for the organisations they housed. The Hoover Building is the best known example and remains one of the most loved buildings in the capital.

Fine jewelry was the perfect vehicle for the glamour and rich ornamentation of the Art Deco Style. Fine diamonds set into geometrically shaped settings, black and white contrasts, zigzags, chevrons and a touch of glamour were the defining features of Art Deco pieces. Echoes of the style are still common today in necklaces, earrings and even diamante brooches. Angular forms with sumptuous sparkle were the order of the day and the designs translate well into modern pieces of both fine and costume jewelry. There is nothing more glamorous than Art Deco jewelry as a compliment to an evening gown or cocktail dress and yet the more simple styles are the perfect accent for day wear too. Perhaps it is the flexibility and relative simplicity of Art Deco that has made it so enduring.

Whether as an interior design scheme for a bathroom, an elegant piece of jewelry or a stunning piece of architecture, Art Deco is a much loved style that will probably never fall out of favor. Equally at home in a period or modern setting Art Deco is wonderfully current whilst remaining indicative of an era of opulence and new found freedom.

WORDS: Sally Stacey. Sally is a regular blogger who has a great love of the Art deco style. She worked near to the Hoover Building for several years and very much enjoyed her recent visit to the Empire State Building.

 

Deep down in the water

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But nothing the copy said could convince her

and so it didn’t take long until a few insidious

Copy Writers ambushed her

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10 Tips for what to do downtown

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Ambrose Redmoon

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She packed her seven versalia, put her initial into the belt and made herself on the way. l using her.Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts. Separated they live in Bookmarksgrove right at the coast of the Semantics, a large language ocean. A small river named Duden flows by their place and supplies it with the necessary regelialia.

Painting: Water Colour Vs Tempera

Water Colour

Water colour paint is a unique and interesting medium. This is useful to know if shopping for an art print on canvas. It should not be confused with tempera, which is sometimes mixed using water. Water colour is a translucent medium. This means that pencil marks and dry paint from earlier sessions can be seen through recent layers of water color. This unique quality of water color makes it a natural for such things as creating paintings of water, including rainy days seen from a window.

As a wash, which is pigment mixed with a great deal of liquid, water color paint can create a light colored sky, the main colour of forest or field, or the surging surface of an ocean. More thickly mixed paint can be blown or patted over the still-wet surface and allowed to blend naturally. This quality of water color gives a more liquid appearance to a painting, while at the same time creating a surprise element for the artist since it is not always easy to control.

Water colour can be mixed thickly, so that it is nearly opaque and used to brush on lettering designs. It can also be dry brushed over previous applications of paint to create grass, leaves or shading. A tooth-brush can be dipped in the surface of thick water color, and then scraped with a stick to create a spatter effect. This is best done with stencils to help control the location of the spatter.

Crayons can be used with water color to create and effect known as a resist. Details of a picture can be drawn on a surface. Because the crayons are wax, they will resist the water paint, causing it to bead up and roll to another part of the picture. This is a great way to do trees, fields and even some animal pictures. The technique can also be used when decorating eggs with young children for spring holidays. Egg dye is, by its nature, a type of water color. Even when tempered with vinegar, it will still roll off the crayon marks. In fact this is the basis for the making of the beautiful Ukranian Pysanky eggs. Beginning with a clean white egg shell, designs are drawn on the shell using plain wax or a white crayon. A layer of dye is added, then more wax, until the complete design is finished. This same principle is also used in creating batique patterns on fabric.

Water colour is a good first paint for children. Although not 100% non-toxic, it is a fairly forgiving medium. It will usually wash out of clothing, which is an important point for young artists who manage to paint themselves as well as their paper. Red and black may sometimes leave stubborn stains, so it is a good idea to soak the fabric in cold water, then apply a bit of pre-wash stain remover before laundering.

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Tempura

Tempera paint is not as forgiving a medium as water color. However, it allows students to experience the difference between translucent and opaque paints. Although it can sometimes be mixed with water, it tends to stick better if it is mixed with a paint medium, egg yolks or oil. If mixing with anything besides water, the artist should be prepared for some stain possibilities. Send a note home with students before embarking upon  project that may involve a lot of mess, giving parents a chance to plan to send their child to school in play clothes rather than something that will be a problem if it gets a stain. If possible, use paint aprons. Head and arm holes cut in plastic bags make good impromptu paint aprons.

Good picture types for tempera paints are bold impressionist-style paintings or Mondrian pictures. Tempera that is mixed with egg or oil has good sticking qualities, and modern paint powders maintain vivid colors  It is a good idea to do most of the paint mixing before the students arrive, and the instructor should work in a well-ventilated area. Avoid breathing the tempera powder while mixing the paint, as some health problems have been associated with this.

If the art room does not have running water, have some containers of water, a container for waste water, and a couple of tubs for washing hands and brushes after the project is over. If the budget allows, preserve a few of the students’ efforts as an art print on canvas. Imagine what a conversation piece it would make for parents!

WORDS BY:Geoff Jackson works for Fotoviva Art Prints, a leading supplier of canvas prints in the UK.

Do you feel like a young god

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Even the all-powerful Pointing has no control over the situation.

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