With a career spanning over three decades, internationally acclaimed artist Alexis Rockman is well known for his complex, large scale paintings and works on paper depicting the collision between civilization and nature. The artist synthesizes elements of human history, natural science and landscape painting; a passionate interest in climate change and globalization; and a healthy dose of art history and science fiction, to create images that reveal our world balancing on the precipice. Beyond t
The Adam Pendleton: Who Is Queen? reader will serve as a primer and handbook to the exhibition and will be compiled of photocopied textual sources. Who Is Queen? brings together text and imagery that foregrounds the relationship between abstraction and politics.
Acrylic is the second book in the popular 'Do More Art' series, which explores the myriad creative possibilities of working with acrylic.
Fans of this artistic powerhouse will discover everything from basic painting techniques to more creative applications, such as pouring, marbling and working with acrylic spray paint and markers.
Examples by some of the world's greatest contemporary artists will demonstrate many of the techniques and ideas, providing plenty of creative inspiration. With its
'There's plenty to see, do and think about here and this is a book that will do a lot more than instruct. It'll open your eyes and who knows what you'll see?' Paint Magazine
Learn how to combine acrylics with mixed-media techniques to create 27 expressive, abstract paintings inspired by nature.