Michael Newberry briefly discusses 7 key works in Greek art, a collaboration with Stephen Hicks.
From Modern to Postmodern Art by Dr. Stephen Hicks, philosopher. From October 6th, 2003, The Foundation for the Advancement of Art presented this at New York’s Pierre Hotel.
Michael Newberry’s presentation of the contrast between insanely praised postmodern artists with the most innovative and forward looking figurative artists practicing right now.
This is my tribute to Michelangelo’s God reaching out to give the spark of life to Adam. Icarus’ dialog, in contrast, is between himself and Earth, just as my art is between me and the universe.
Michael Newberry’s website and blog, Aesthetic Evolution. In Heart, Theory, and Practice the Very Best Visual Art Alternative to Postmodernism.
Michael Newberry, b. 1956, is an American neo-romanticist painter based in Idyllwild, California. He blends a variety of influences, notably Rembrandt and the French Impressionists. His major works are typically life-sized canvases. His works are collected by internationally renowned people such as designer Chan Luu and philosopher Stephen Hicks. In heart, theory, and practice the …
Postmodern art history is rife with short-lived movements–someone tries to reduce art to scratches, to emptiness, or to Vaseline. It is like a species that doesn’t have enough code to evolve and consequently dies.
Tutorials 3 Visual Axioms: You’ve Got It If You Get It 5-Minute Palette Clean Up Abstraction in Representational Art Advancements in Painting Light Anatomy of Light Back to Front, Tats 1, Time-Lapse Being an Artist: Approach Art Like a Child Cast Shadows Colors of Light and Shadow Charcoal Drawing Part 1 Charcoal Drawing Part 2 …
Just as the study of light needs a fundamental understanding of shadows, great art criticism needs a profound grasp of the means, motives, and premises of the snarkinator in chief Postmodern Aesthetics. But no negative critique is worth much without learning from art history, without better alternatives, and most importantly without some indicators of evolutionary art practices happening now.
First published by The Atlas Society. It is rare in our contemporary postmodern culture that its representatives get a smack down. But that is what happened with the Tyler Shields’ photoshoot with Kathy Griffin holding a realistically-rendered decapitated head of Donald Trump. Massive public and professional fallout ensued, and no one was going to let …