Art Ferrier, a master photographer, generates flawless slices of urban architecture that have the impact of potent minimalist paintings. In his work, art plays with colour, line, shape, and shadow with precision. His photographs grab you, then invite you in for a closer study.
The Ogunquit Playhouse, little known outside of Maine, has been performing musicals for over 50 years. Every summer, this cozy venue presents the likes of Spam-a-Lot (watch below), My Fair Lady, Shout, Singing in the Rain (watch above), and other classics. It actually rained on stage for Singing in the Rain. It’s the standards, but who’s complaining for the price of these seats. It’s a real treasure.
Without special paint or light, this abstract flower projects three feet off and six feet into the canvass. This is a new art form that will revolutionize the art world. ‘Ya right!’, you say. Fifty percent of my sales are to artists trying to reverse engineer and discover how this art form is created. Hold onto your socks. It’s coming.
A sense of humor, drama and a talent to capture an image hovering in time. David Tiller’s work is at both ends of the spectrum: dynamic portraits of rock stars during concerts and the fleeting image of a snowflake on a wool sweater. The spectrum of the work is mind-blowing and the potency of subject is superb.