Art AV Club came about when I fell down a YouTube rabbit hole watching videos about Cy Twombly. Videos of artists talking about their work or art historians talking about artists’ work is a magical thing that we are so lucky to have access to FOR FREE on the internet. I particularly like to examine artists whose work moves me and how my work intersects with theirs.
I’ve cataloged many artists in my series Art AV Club and I wanted to spend some time reflecting on what that series has done for me.
In this Art AV Club we look at the words and works of Louise Nevelson and how her work encourages me to look for the sculptural in what I do.
In this Art AV Club we look at the works of Ruby Palmer and how her work allowed me to explore a whole new dimension in my art.
In this Art AV Club we look at the works of Joseph Cornell, how he collected printed materials, and created a genre of art.
In this Art AV Club we look at the works of Sarah Sze and her use of every day objects to talk about memory and time.
In this Art AV Club we look at the works of Cy Twombly and his mysterious asemic writing paintings and how I use asemic writing in my work.
In this Art AV Club I take a look at Kara Walker’s work and how good art tells both a universal and personal story.
In this Art AV Club I take a look at Mark Bradford, his love of paper and deconstruction of it, and my own deep love of the same.
A 17th-century feminist painter who’s career lasted 40 years despite a sexual assault and scandalous trial.
In this Art AV Club I take a look at the legacy of Keith Haring. His iconographic work is a reminder for me to do good in the world.
In this Art AV Club I take a look at the work of Joan Mitchell and hear her talk about the way she works. I point out the echos of her work in my own work.
Georgia O’Keeffe is considered the Mother of American Modernism and she is my pick this week for Art AV Club.
This week’s Art AV Club: Robert Rauschenberg explores his contributions to art, our discussions about it, and how his work impacts mine.
In this Art AV Club we take a look at two videos of and about Abstract Expressionist painter Lee Krasner. Krasner’s own words are captivating.
I’ve started this new series here on the blog called Art AV Club. And it’s led me on a merry adventure into videos about various artists on YouTube. In my…