Favorite Artist Spotlight: Alex Kuhn

2016 was a banner year for me in meeting and getting to know artists from a wide variety of different genres including but not limited to film-making, performance art, music, multi-media art, painting,  graphic arts and fashion.  So, I’ve decided that it’s about darn time that I do posts about them and share why I […]

SCAD at Miami Presents Theater of Self featuring Daniel Lismore

The use of clothes to define, defend and defy societal conventions is at the center of the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) presents SCAD AT MIAMI – Theater of Self: An Exploration of Identity, featuring works by  Daniel Lismore and photography by SCAD graduate student Bin Feng (M.F.A. Photography) that I previewed last week.   The […]

Upcoming Event: Art Basel Miami Beach 2016

Art Basel-Miami Beach 2016 Nov 30 – Dec 4 features works of art from over 250 of the world’s leading international galleries from 29 countries across North and South America, Europe, Asia and Africa.   Contemporary and Modern paintings, sculptures, installations, prints, photography, film, video, digital art, art-historical showcases and projects, limited edition collaborations and […]

Upcoming Event: Red Dot Miami Nov 30 – Dec 4

The 10th edition of Red Dot Miami Nov 30 – Dec 6 launches under new ownership by the Redwood Media Group and will feature up to 75 international galleries exhibiting paintings, sculpture, photography, and secondary market works. The theme for Red Dot Miami 2016 is [EVOLVE]: At every turn, the art world is shifting. Galleries, artists, and collectors […]

Upcoming Event: Spectrum Miami Art Show Nov 30 – Dec 4

The Spectrum Miami Art Show Nov 30 -Dec 4 is on my Miami Art Week Must-See List because this juried contemporary art show, in the heart of the Arts and Entertainment District, features fine art from top galleries and artists from across the U.S. and internationally, along with entertainment, curated projects, and evening events. The theme for Spectrum […]

1001 Hints that Something is Wrong in the Workplace – Printer Please!

Hint: Old printers don’t die, they just fade away… Working in multiple workplaces over the years, you get to witness the craziness that happens as well as hear more than a few stories from your fellow workers. I decided it was time to share some of those stories in a post-it sized format that I […]