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Firing Frustration

Where does the drive to create art come from? Is it the desire of the artist to express an emotion, perhaps a means of reflecting nature’s beauty, or simply a hobby? On occasion, the move toward artistic expression spawns unintentionally from the need to have a voice, and what that voice has to say is often captivating. Figurative sculptor Laura Marmash recently sat down with Fine Art Today and discussed her unexpected journey to artistry, in which she fired her frustrations — both literally and symbolically.

Featured Lot: Not What You Might Expect

In this ongoing series for Fine Art Today, we take a longer look at the history and features of a soon-to-be-available artwork of note. This week we consider a heartwarming scene titled “Bedtime.” You might be surprised to learn who painted it...

Portrait of the Week: Her Gift, Our Visual Delight

In this ongoing series, Fine Art Today delves into the world of portraiture, highlighting historical and contemporary examples of superb quality and skill. This week we consider a powerful and loving portrait of a mother and her child.

Featured Artwork

Sale of the Century, in 2018?

The art world is reacting to the death of billionaire David Rockefeller at age 101 this week with one simple question: What is to happen to his art collection of more than 15,000 objects?

Is There a ‘Price’ on ‘Priceless’?

The $64 billion global art market is considered by many to be a world reserved for the wealthy, an environment unattainable for the average individual. However, Madelaine D’Angelo is launching a project that could change the narrative. How?

A Hallmark Stamp at Legacy

A prolific and talented painter is the focus of a solo exhibition at Legacy Gallery in Scottsdale, Arizona, this month, but for only a few more days! Details here!

Art Gems Hidden in Winston-Salem

The Reynolda House Museum of American Art — located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina — is the current home of a brilliant exhibition of several masterpieces by this 19th-century painter.

106 Years of Excellence and Counting…

The California Art Club (CAC) is poised for another year of fantastic art and fun during the 106th Annual Gold Medal Exhibition. All you need to know for 2017 is just one click away!

Size Doesn’t Matter

When extremely talented artists are involved, the sizes of their linens, panels, and canvases don’t matter, especially during a gorgeous display coming up at this Midwest Art Center. Don’t miss this exciting show!

Collecting Opportunities from New York to L.A.

The next few weeks offer collectors several outstanding opportunities to grab that next prized piece. From New York City to Los Angeles, there’s no excuse for not looking here!

Lindenberg’s New Works

The Holton Studio Gallery will soon showcase a new body of beautiful landscapes by accomplished painter Richard Lindenberg this spring. Along with the exhibition is an insightful artist presentation and reception.

The Remarkable Unremarkable

Using her densely populated urban environment as a source of inspiration, this ascending West Coast painter continually takes unremarkable subjects and transforms them into breathtaking oils. You can come here to witness her latest display of creative genius.

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