All figurative in nature, each work explores a specific narrative and carries a dubious story within.
Although differing in subject matter and material, all of the exhibited artists are creating three-dimensional representational works with a contemporary twist.
From timeless works to dynamic images, these painters show that while the subject matter may be similar, it is the artists’ unique styles that have established each of them in the contemporary fine art world.
This museum exhibition explores 40 years of the artistic collaboration between Rockport father and son, Tom and T. M. Nicholas.
The newest body of work by this contemporary figurative artist (and FACE faculty member) explores the four elements: earth, fire, water, and air.
A letter from Peter Trippi on bananas in art and more, in this preview of the newest issue of Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine.
“Community Garden New Year’s Day” by Bethann Moran-Handzlik a winner in the bi-monthly Plein Air Salon. Here, the artist tells about how the oil painting came to be.
The yearlong celebration aims to bring more people closer to art and the MFA—signaling aspirations for the Museum’s future.
View a collection of landscape paintings in oil and watercolor by Suzanne Siminger.
Throughout history, gatherings of artists working toward a common goal have changed the world. This one is no different.