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The Sumer 2010 issue is out now – Featuring articles on Tony Berlant a mixed media master out of Los Angeles, Sam Nejati and abstract painter from Oakland, Jesse Diamond’s photography and the music of …
The Spring 2010 issue is out now – featuring articles on Bay Area Figurative legend Theophilus Brown, the dazzling and salacious installation art of Tracey Snelling, the surreal and witty canvases of TR Colletta, the beautiful blend of found objects and bronze by L.A. sculptor Cecilia Miguez, the passionate music of Brandi Carlile and Rogue Wave, plus our Top Ten in “green” architecture. Grab a copy on the newsstands today or subscribe now and help us continue to be a true “voice for the arts.”
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The Winter issue is out now – featuring L.A. artist Joe Goode, the surprising side of Beth Van Hoesen, and singer-songwriter Bob Schneider. It also includes a special five year anniversary section with artists Ed Ruscha, John Baldessari, Wayne Thiebaud, Manuel Neri, Nathan Oliveira. We are celebrating a half decade of artistic adventures. Pick up your copy and enjoy!
In the Fall issue: the legendary Wayne Thiebaud, Bay Area sculptor Stephen De Steabler, Dina Eastwood interviews Robert Duvall, the music of Jason Mraz and Serena Ryder, mixed-media artist Kyle Damon, abstract painter Annie Lapin, installation artist Christel Dillbohner, metal sculptor Alan Osbourne and glass blower Martin Blank.
In the Summer issue: street artist Mr. Brainwash, Dina interviews Matt Damon, Bay Area painter Eric Zener, reduction linocut printmaker Dave Lefner, musician Paolo Nutini, opera singer Paul Potts and much, much more!!!
You know the saying – “If life gives you lemons, make lemonade.” That’s exactly how we, here at ARTWORKS Magazine, are handling this economic storm. A little bit of humor, a good dose of hope and a whole lot of great art! From the color-filled landscapes and still-lifes of Raimonds Staprans (he’s the guy responsible for the lemons on the cover), to the provocative propaganda of street artist Shepard Fairey, the Spring issue has something for everyone.