An artist walks into a coffee shop and asks for “One medium, please!” The barista gives them a bucket of paint. Not what you expected? We’ve touched on this term in previous posts, so now we're delving into what medium means in an art context.
Contributing writer Michael Breuning was inspired by a trip to The Broad in LA for this weeks Art Term Tuesday. Read on as he discusses what characterizes Kitsch art and why it get a bad rap in the art world.
Feeling overwhelmed by all the art? Not sure what you’re looking at? Start by reading the label! Read on to discover how exhibition text, even in a visual space like a museum, can help enrich your visit!
What does it mean to study? You’re probably thinking of textbooks, calculators, book reports, and endless memorization from your school days. Artists study too, just in a different way.
Do you know if what you are looking at is an installation by an artist? Each of the installations at FWMoA has encouraged visitors to get into, walk around, and experience the space in different ways. What makes these pieces of art installations? Read on to find out!
Well, this should be a short post. A nude is a work of art that portrays a naked human subject. All right, my work here is done.
Or is it? Is there more to nudity in art beyond sheer nakedness? In this weeks Art Term Tuesday, Jack Cantey explores the term nude and what it means in art.