October 25, 2021

Baroque

I present one of my watercolors made in the period 2013-2014. In a series of these wonderful watercolors I combine the Baroque and Renaissance styles. The viewer seems to plunge into other worlds filled with exquisite forms. The color of the works is restrained in brown and silvery blue. Of course, these paintings are designed

Read More »

Vintage interior

I present one of my watercolors made in the period 2013-2014. In a series of these wonderful watercolors I combine the Baroque and Renaissance styles. The viewer seems to plunge into other worlds filled with exquisite forms. The color of the works is restrained in brown and silvery blue. Of course, these paintings are designed

Read More »

Baroque interior

I present one of my watercolors made in the period 2013-2014. In a series of these wonderful watercolors I combine the Baroque and Renaissance styles. The viewer seems to plunge into other worlds filled with exquisite forms. The color of the works is restrained in brown and silvery blue. Of course, these paintings are designed

Read More »

Renaissance

I present one of my watercolors made in the period 2013-2014. In a series of these wonderful watercolors I combine the Baroque and Renaissance styles. The viewer seems to plunge into other worlds filled with exquisite forms. The color of the works is restrained in brown and silvery blue. Of course, these paintings are designed

Read More »

Christie’s Taps Deidrea Miller, an Arts Pro Who Previously Worked in the Mayor’s Office, to Lead Its Communications Strategy in the Americas

Auction houses have seen major shakeups in their executive ranks over the past year. The latest changing of the guard is happening at Christie’s, where Deidrea Miller, a veteran arts public relations executive, has been appointed head of communications for Christie’s Americas, based in New York. Miller most recently served as director at Brunswick Arts, where

Read More »

26 Royal Objects Looted From Benin by French Soldiers Are Going On View in Paris—Briefly—Before Being Returned

More than two dozen objects being restituted to the Republic of Benin will make a brief stopover at Paris’s Musée du Quai Branly before heading back to the African nation. The collection of 26 objects, which includes statues, thrones, and ceremonial hatchets, originated in the historic kingdom of Dahomey, in present-day Benin, and were looted when war

Read More »

Member Spotlight: Asiyah Kurtz

Located in Camden, New Jersey, Camden FireWorks is a Black-led, community-based arts organization that works to grow, gather, and invest in artists and artists-to-be in the Camden community. Executive Director Asiyah Kurtz is an applied anthropologist with 20 years of experience in leadership of private, nonprofit, and public sectors. “As a young arts organization, we

Read More »
Scroll to Top

ARE YOU IN?

Yes! Sign me up for AFYC's weekly newsletter featuring valuable info for artists, nonprofits, upcoming contests, and our new product offerings.

Count Me In!