Southern Fiction Photographs By Tema Stauffer

Southern Fiction Photographs By Tema Stauffer explores the history of the American South using its literary tradition as a road map by focusing on environments which have shaped the imaginations of 20th-century Southern writers during their formative years or throughout the course of their lives and careers. The images portray […]

DISCOVERING SAMUEL PALMER

“Reclusive, eccentric, largely neglected and a commercial failure during his lifetime, Samuel Palmer nevertheless left a rich artistic legacy that has endured long after his death in 1881. His intensely spiritual, visionary depictions of the English countryside exerted a telling influence well into the 20th century with artists such as […]

The Color Meditation Deck Book By Lisa Solomon

With 62 cards, The Color Meditation Deck offers over 500 potential combinations for endless color meditation opportunities. This deck gives you the mental space to concentrate on the act of creating itself instead of the anxiety that facing a blank page can give. It also adds a layer of surprise […]

Picasso’s War: How Modern Art Came to America

Hugh Eakin’s new book, “Picasso’s War: How Modern Art Came to America”, is a riveting story of how dueling ambitions and the power of prodigy made America the cultural center of the world—and Picasso the most famous artist alive—in the shadow of World War II. “In January 1939, Pablo Picasso […]

Gabriel Rosenstock Poems with artworks by Alfred Freddy Krupa

Gabriel Rosenstock, an internationally acclaimed Irish poet in association with the publisher Cross-Cultural Communications of New York (est.1971, owned by the notable American) poet Stanley H. Barkan), published a trilingual book named “Brightening of Days” composed of the haiku tanka poems (5-7-5-7-7 syllables), in Irish, English, and Croatian in response […]

The Light of Days Gone By: Photographs by Craig Varjabedian Book

Eloquent Light Editions announces a new photography book by award-winning photographer Craig Varjabedian, “The Light of Days Gone By,” which was 45 years in the making. It celebrates with stunning imagery the journey of a photographer and the beautiful light he has witnessed and captured along the way. This beautiful […]

New study celebrates the career and legacy of artist and educator Luise Kaish

Luise Clayborn Kaish (1925–2013) was a pioneer. A key figure in the New York art scene of the late 20th century, her multidisciplinary practice and process-oriented work spanned a range of mediums, materials, techniques, and themes. The strength and breadth of her work—monumental sculptures in bronze, oil paintings, watercolors, lithographs, […]

New e-publication Americana Insights focuses on American Folk Art and Americana

Americana Insights, a new nonprofit e-journal and multi-faceted resource center, was launched today by Jane Katcher, Americana and American folk art collector, in collaboration with David A. Schorsch, a leading authority on American antiques and folk art. The digital publication is supported by a distinguished advisory board of museum and […]