Carol Rivoire - Intuitive Abstract Art

Carol Rivoire is the Art Fairs Featured Artist for the Aug 18th event. She is a long time friend of the art fair and we are thrilled to have her demonstrating her intuitive abstract art at Fridays fair. Below is a brief writing about carol and an example of her work. Please visit her own website at oldbarngallery.ca to find out more about this artist and her work.

Eli Tynan

At the August 4th, 2017 Art Fair our featured artist will be Eli Tynan. We asked her a few questions regarding her artistic practice - her responses can be found below along with her bio and artist statement. You can also find a sample of her work at the end of this post.

The illustrator

The illustrator

" Learn how you want to work. Learn how other artists work. Learn about artists that work in your discipline. Learn techniques that interest you, this will allow you to become more creative when you aren’t concerned with the fundamentals of process. Also, put yourself out there, call yourself an artist, tell people what you are doing and where you want to be. Your community wants to support more than you know. In the words of Dr. Franke-N-Furter, “Don’t dream it, Be it.”"

Delicious Art

Delicious Art

One of the things that makes art, well…. ‘art’ is that it is impossible to define. Art can be created through traditional means, like the stroke of a brush on paper, or it can come from more untraditional practices such as crystallizing alcohol and photographing the resulting patterns. But food? Can food really be artistic? 

 

The Art of Science

There is a common misunderstanding that science and art are separate. People are often drawn to one or the other, labelled as ‘right brained’ or ‘left brained’, but there are some of us who are attracted to both in equal measure.