Guffogg: What attacts me the most? - the freedom to use colors. I like making marks with paint, and for me it's a form of writing, very similar to the abstract expressionist. When I think of the surrealists and Andre Breton and automatic writing, well that exactly what Jackson Pollack was doin. [It] was automatic writing. He was a pure surrealist. It got labeled as abstract expressionist, but I think he was very much a surrealist. There's that part of painting history that really
Shane Guffogg is a world- renowned artist who grew up in the Lindsay/Strathmore area. Shane’s art has taken him around the world, most recently to Baku, the capital city of Azerbaijan. While Shane currently resides in LA, he frequently visits his art studio in Lindsay and has hosted multiple local exhibits in recent years.
They seem to do exactly this, and partly through a process that employs dozens of layers of translucent paint, mixed with a glazing medium, so that there’s a tangible feeling of light swimming up to the surface from within. But how to describe what one sees? The viewer may think
БАКУ /Trend Life/ - Вчера в Музейном центре в Баку состоялось торжественное открытие выставки американского художника Шейна Гуффогга. Экспозиция вызвала большой интерес многочисленных зрителей, а сам американский художник оказался в центре внимания как гостей, так и представителей СМИ.
Vintage vehicles of all sizes and colors downed the streets of the Old City to get in line for the parade, organized by Retro Cars Fan Club and Arts Council Azerbaijan.
The parade was timed to an exhibition of American artist Shane Guffogg, who took part in the parade. The parade ended in front of Baku Museum Center, which hosts the exhibition.
Journalist, Alexey Munipov, was flown in yesterday from Moscow by Baku Magazine. His exclusive interview with Shane Guffogg was timed to occur during the installation of Guffogg's, "The Observer is the Observed", exhibition at the National Museum of Azerbaijan. The backdrop of the exhibition installation should make for a lively and spontaneous interview.
Baku Museum Center will host an exhibition by American artist Shane Guffogg on February 21, Trend Life reported.
The expo will feature the artist's paintings dating before 2008.
Moreover, guests will enjoy Shane's works dedicated to Leonardo da Vinci. His works artist calls "wordless poetry".
Inspiration comes from dozens of places. That's what artist Shane Guffogg's Hollywood art studio would lead you to believe. He's worked out of the same space for 24 years, apparent from the collection of paint splatters on the walls and floor, and tubes of paint on palettes dripping with colors that, once wet, have
Shane Guffogg is one of the most desired American artist. His creativity and collections are admired by ex-president of USA Bill Clinton and senator Hillary Clinton, Dustin Hoffman, Meg Ryan, Ed Harris, Sean William Scott, and other world famous politicians, cinematographists and show business persons. Shane Guffogg’s artwork is also situated in selected collections. He was born in Los-Angeles where he also got the art education in Californian Institute of Art. Since
It’s probably too soon to claim some sort of art world invasion is occurring in the San Joaquin Valley, or the permanent piercing of the seemingly impermeable cultural barrier that encases it. But with two developments – the recent Joan Quinn portraiture exhibition at Fresno Art Museum, and now the even less likely venue of Lindsay Art Museum hosting a similarly quirky and personal portraiture show of nationally and internationally-known contemporary artists
Lindsay, California is a fairly remote town in Tulare County, California, fully 5,566 miles from St. Petersburg, Russia, one of the world's great art capitals. Those two disparate locations - the former rural and relatively upstart compared with St. Petersburg's long and storied past
Lindsay, California is a fairly remote town in Tulare County, California, fully 5,566 miles from St. Petersburg, Russia, one of the world’s great art capitals. Those two disparate locations – the
Growing up in the United States during the cold war era, Russia or at that time the USSR, was the sworn enemy, according to our government. So the USSR was always talked about and of course the talk was shrouded with mystery. I learned on my trip in 1989 to the USSR that
“Make it new,” the poet Ezra Pound implored poets and writers in the early 1900’s in what would become a defining anthem, theme, goal and practice of modernism throughout all of the arts. L.A. painter Shane Guffogg bases the work in this exhibition on Leonardo da Vinci’s "Ginevra de’Benci," and in doing so renders the old quite new, answering the poet’s call with remarkable inventiveness and a plethora of well-seasoned skills.
At first glance, the eighteen works that comprise Shane Guffogg’s “Communion” exhibition seem to be streams and swirls of color flowing off the canvas. In “Nodus Perpetuus et Copula Mundi II (The Eternal Knot and Link to the World)” electric blue lines (the Eternal Knot) swirl on top of red coils that cover a darker ground of cobalt blue. In “As Above, So Below” wide, curved
While it was still shopping season you probably stopped for a few minutes to peer into a store window’s catchy display. But did you take a few extra minutes to really sort through the layers of visual information? You might have caught a view into the depths of the floor space behind those mannequins. Perhaps there was signage posted there, or decoration painted directly on the glass. And you might even have registered the reflected