Goya/Chagoya is currently on view at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. Goya, the 18th century Spanish painter, is paired with the contemporary Mexican-American painter Enrique Chagoya. This makes for an interesting show spotlighting politics, satire and similar artistic outputs.
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A Revealing Look at Thomas Hart Benton
Continuing its lineup of jaw dropping shows, the Kansas City Central Library is now exhibiting ‘An Artist At Home in America: Michael Mardikes’ Photographs of Thomas Hart Benton. Lara Kuykendall writings accompany the exhibition. The show is up until May 15, 2022, so find some time to pay a visit! Continuing its lineup of jaw…
July ’21 Studio Update
July began with a visit from a good friend and his son and ended with a visit from family. It was nice to have people around, but being a good host during a pandemic is a tough task. I traveled through more of the city than I have in almost two years. I also caught…
Omaha’s Joslyn Art Museum
This really is a story about Omaha, art and the Joslyn Museum, Just hold tight and let me get there…
My Beckmann Commission
A number of years a go a good friend of mine asked if Iwould do a commission for him. My initial enthusiasm was heightened when he told me he wanted a Max Beckmann copy. After I finished up some projects, I got to work on this fun commission.
Art Post Haste 15
Art forgery, political art, and more art world news from around the globe, including a nice show of German art from the Weimar years at the Tate in London!
Art-Post-Haste #4 – art links from the web
Back again for more, here’s the latest collection of art links from the web for you to peruse at your leisure. Included this time out are the latest kerfuffle to hit Kansas City, this time in the form of an Onion article, along with a nice interview with a former art thief, and the usual…