There is a sense of fluidity, deeply rooted in canon of western art. That virtuosity is met with directions and means. Glier have applied incongruent techniques of painting and drawing which span over centuries in art history. But oddly, they not only are sensible aesthetically, but also speak authoritatively.
Worldwide media recently took note of a record-breaking find at the July 23rd Tulsa, Oklahoma taping of the popular PBS program, Antiques Roadshow. Five 17th-18th-century Chinese libation cups made from carved rhinoceros horn shattered all records to become the highest-appraised objects in the history of the program. Seeing this as a great opportunity to engage […]
You just never know where or when things are going to show up. A record was set recently when five Chinese carved rhinoceros horn cups believed to be from the late 17th century or early 18th century were brought to the Road Show. Valued at $1 to $1.5 million, the cups are the most valuable […]
On a visit to the Philbrook Museum of Art, most likely like other first-time visitors, I was immediately amazed by the 72-room Italian Renaissance mansion and its 23-acre garden. However, I agree with what the former director of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art said “what counts in a museum is above all the quality of […]