bigink:

Carolyn Webb recently asked me to help her print some of her large woodcut work.  We had a blast! 

See more at http://carolynwebb.net/

carmeljenkin-art:

Dear Followers,
Recently I received some unfortunate news (from a fan of my Facebook page) of art theft in regards to my work. A so called artist based in Canada was publishing my work on his website, Facebook page & Instagram claiming it as his own. He had dragged images from my tumblr blog and my Facebook page and took it an evil step further and decided to make prints from these images for sale. I WAS DEVASTATED.
For starters, I DO NOT DO PRINTS. I would like all the works I sell to be the only original version. This is a personal decision but something I strongly believe in. Also, all the images I post online are low res so his prints wouldn’t be clear. Even worse…he is selling my work at poor quality.
Dear followers, could you please reblog this. I want it to be known that this is a serious issue that artists face when they put their work online.
In case if any of you see what appears to be my work circulating in print form on any social media site please consult me. Once again, I repeat, I do not do prints. If it wasn’t for that lovely fan consulting me of this thief I would not have known and couldn’t file the legal steps I had taken to stop him.
So putting work onllne is a double edged sword. I have copyright now and know the steps to take to stop the illegal sale of my work. My intention is to let you know, so you are aware as you may help me or any other artist out in future. Thank you

carmeljenkin-art:

Dear Followers,

Recently I received some unfortunate news (from a fan of my Facebook page) of art theft in regards to my work. A so called artist based in Canada was publishing my work on his website, Facebook page & Instagram claiming it as his own. He had dragged images from my tumblr blog and my Facebook page and took it an evil step further and decided to make prints from these images for sale. I WAS DEVASTATED.

For starters, I DO NOT DO PRINTS. I would like all the works I sell to be the only original version. This is a personal decision but something I strongly believe in. Also, all the images I post online are low res so his prints wouldn’t be clear. Even worse…he is selling my work at poor quality.

Dear followers, could you please reblog this. I want it to be known that this is a serious issue that artists face when they put their work online.

In case if any of you see what appears to be my work circulating in print form on any social media site please consult me. Once again, I repeat, I do not do prints. If it wasn’t for that lovely fan consulting me of this thief I would not have known and couldn’t file the legal steps I had taken to stop him.

So putting work onllne is a double edged sword. I have copyright now and know the steps to take to stop the illegal sale of my work. My intention is to let you know, so you are aware as you may help me or any other artist out in future. Thank you

Brice Marden fromhttp://seamsandstitches.wordpress.com/2011/10/08/brice-marden/

Brice Marden fromhttp://seamsandstitches.wordpress.com/2011/10/08/brice-marden/

carmeljenkin-art:

Drawing by Carmel Jenkin,
Frowned Upon, conte on paper, 81cm x 57cm
Lines of various weight + red conte = today’s sadness
Facebook Page
This piece will be available for purchase on Daily Painters April 1st

Thinking about lines.

carmeljenkin-art:

Drawing by Carmel Jenkin,

Frowned Upon, conte on paper, 81cm x 57cm

Lines of various weight + red conte = today’s sadness

Facebook Page

This piece will be available for purchase on Daily Painters April 1st

Thinking about lines.


Josef Istler / Bez názvu, 1945

Anyone else think of Brice Marden?

Josef Istler / Bez názvu, 1945

Anyone else think of Brice Marden?

(Source: kitka.ca)

prairieschoolarchitecture:

Frank Lloyd Wright, Herbert Jacobs House I, Madison, Wisconsin, 1936

I did a reproduction of that table for a client many years ago. I believe it is now in storage as she has had some difficulties lately. The original may be in the Milwaukee Art Museum now.

prairieschoolarchitecture:

Frank Lloyd Wright, Herbert Jacobs House I, Madison, Wisconsin, 1936

I did a reproduction of that table for a client many years ago. I believe it is now in storage as she has had some difficulties lately. The original may be in the Milwaukee Art Museum now.

love-spain:

Jorge Oteiza

love-spain:

Jorge Oteiza

(Source: coolofaging)

ronulicny:

Here is a great installation photograph of American Sculptor & Fine Artist, ALEXANDER CALDER’S work by: FREDRIK NILSEN from LACMA’s fantastic article about the challenges of installing their exhibition: “Calder and Abstraction" read it….HERE.

ronulicny:

Here is a great installation photograph of American Sculptor & Fine Artist, ALEXANDER CALDER’S work by: FREDRIK NILSEN from LACMA’s fantastic article about the challenges of installing their exhibition: “Calder and Abstraction" read it….HERE.

scandinaviancollectors:

Axel Einar Hjorth, Utö dining table, circa 1932. Material pine wood. Manufactured by Nordiska Kompaniet, Sweden. Hjorth had a strong primitive modernist period during 1930s and Utö is part of this period. / Phillips

scandinaviancollectors:

Axel Einar Hjorth, Utö dining table, circa 1932. Material pine wood. Manufactured by Nordiska Kompaniet, Sweden. Hjorth had a strong primitive modernist period during 1930s and Utö is part of this period. / Phillips