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Todays Funky Art Favorite: Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is intended to be vibrant yet subdued with a mixture of dark and light colors to reflect the somber yet exciting moods of this large South American metropolitan area. Buenos Aires is a delightful and captivating painting that is available in two sizes. Buenos Aires was painted with a Samuel Adams Summer Ale from The Boston Beer Company in Boston, Massachusetts.

Order your limited edition print of Buenos Aires today by clicking on the Buenos Aires image under the Modern and Abstract category located in the drop down menu under Shop Our Art and following the prompts through checkout!

 

Todays Favorite Funky Art: Moving Ahead

Moving Ahead is an abstract painting intended to convey motion and progress when displayed as shown. It is subject to numerous interpretations and, like many BeerColors™ paintings, can be displayed upside down or sideways, always providing great responses. From any angle, Moving Ahead is a happy, fun piece of art capable of many years of enjoyment.

Moving Ahead was painted with a Samuel Adams Summer Ale from The Boston Beer Company in Boston, Massachusetts. Order your limited edition Moving Ahead print today by going to our Shop Our Art section, clicking on the Modern and Abstract category then on the Moving Ahead image then just follow the prompts through checkout!

Artist Arshile Gorky (1904-1948)

Artist Arshile Gorky was an abstract expressionist who, in 1922, enrolled in the New School of Design in Boston and later became a WPA artist after teaching at the Grand Central School of Art. His first solo exhibit was held at the Guild Art Gallery.

Several of Mr. Gorky’s works are quite well known, including his Garden in Sochi and his Staten Island.

Moving Ahead 4 (Metal)– shown above- was painted using a very good Samuel Adams Summer Ale from The Boston Beer Company in Boston Massachusetts. Moving Ahead 4 (Metal) may be purchased by going to the Art on Metal category in the Shop Our Art drop down menu, clicking on the Moving Ahead 4 (Metal) image then following the prompts through checkout.

Artist August Macke (1887-1914)

Moving Ahead j 7 30 15 24X30 CC web 300August Macke was born in Germany and was quite young when he died in 1914 in France. During his lifetime, Mr. Macke became a noteworthy abstract expressionist who painted multiple works of acclaim. One of his best-known works was “In the Bazaar” which sold for £3.96 million at auction in 2011.

An inveterate world traveler, Mr. Macke loved Tunisia. His “Turkisches Cafe’ in Munchen” is regarded as one of his best pieces. Most of his highly regarded paintings were created from 1910-1914.

Moving Ahead (shown above) was painted using a Samuel Adams Summer Ale from The Boston Beer Company in Boston, Massachusetts. Moving Ahead may be purchased by going to Shop Our Art and clicking Modern and Abstract then locating the Moving Ahead image and following the prompts through checkout.

Artist Christopher Wool (1955-present)

687 Buenos Aires web HiDefArtist Christopher Wool was born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1955 but now works in New York City and in Texas. Most often he paints large, silkscreened black stenciled letters on canvas but is also an author and black and white photographer. His 2004 book, entitled “East Broadway Breakdown” contains over 140 of his own photographs.

In 1988, Mr. Wool created “Apocalypse Now” which sold for $26.4 million dollars at a 2013 Christie’s auction. His Neo-pop “Riot” sold for $29.9 million dollars at a 2015 Sotheby’s auction.

Buenos Aires (shown above) was created using a great tasting Samuel Adams Summer Ale from The Boston Beer  Co. in Boston, Massachusetts. Buenos Aires may be purchased by going to the Modern and Abstract category under Shop Our Art, clicking on the Buenos Aires image and following the prompts.

Moving Ahead 4 (Metal) Now Available

­Moving Moving Ahead 4 (yellow) j from Moving Ahead j 7 30 15 24X30 CC CaféAhead 4 (Metal) is an abstract painting color variation of Moving Ahead (Metal)- in yellow, greens, white and black- which has recently been added to this website. The piece can be displayed at any angle and looks good when hung with other vivid Moving Ahead (Metal) pieces. Subject to numerous interpretations from any angle, Moving Ahead 4 (Metal) is a happy, fun painting imprinted on metal for decades of pleasure and enjoyment.

 Moving Ahead 4 (Metal) was painted with a very good Samuel Adams Summer Ale from The Boston Beer Company in Boston, Massachusetts. Moving Ahead 4 (Metal) can be purchased by going to the Shop Our Art drop down menu, clicking on the Funky Art on Metal category then on the Moving Ahead 4 (Metal) image and then following the prompts through checkout.
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Artist Judith Godwin (1930- present)

687 Buenos Aires web HiDefJudith Godwin was born in Virginia then moved to New York City in 1953. An abstract expressionist, Ms. Godwin studied with Hans Hofmann and attended the Art Students League. Her work is well regarded and has been influenced by her interests in gardening as well as architecture. Well traveled, Ms. Godwin has paintings in collections across the world.

Ms. Godwin lives in Manhattan, New York. She has also displayed and sold sculptures in addition to her paintings. Her work can be seen in the Museum of Modern Art, Chicago Art Institute, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and other prestigious museums and galleries.

Buenos Aires was painted with a very nice Samuel Adams Summer Ale from The Boston Beer Company in Boston, Massachusetts. Buenos Aires is available in several sizes and may be purchased by going to the drop down menu under Shop Our Art, clicking on either the Modern and Abstract setion or the Funky Art on Metal section, selecting the Buenos Aires image and then following the prompts.

Artist Theodoros Stamos (1922-1997)

687 Buenos Aires web HiDefBorn in Manhattan, Theodoros Stamos held his first solo exhibition at the Wakefield Gallery and Bookshop. Mr. Stamos taught art at several schools and is best known for his earth-tones with broad areas of color and slim lines and shapes. After 1971, all of his paintings were part of his “Infinity Field” series. His “Sounds in the Rock” was purchased by MOMA in 1946.

Buenos Aires (shown above) was painted with a very good Samuel Adams Summer Ale, The Boston Beer Company (Boston, Massachusetts) . Buenos Aires can be purchased as a Limited Edition Print by going to our Modern/Abstract drop down category under Shop Our Art, clicking on the Buenos Aires image and following the prompts. Buenos Aires (Metal) can be purchased by going to the Funky Art on Metal drop down category under Shop Our Art, clicking on the Buenos Aires (Metal) image and following the prompts.

Artist Dan Christensen (1942-2007)

Moving Ahead j 7 30 15 24X30 CC web 300Dan Christensen was an abstract and minimalist painter who first painted with oils then acrylics. Mr. Christensen, born in Nebraska, had over 75 solo exhibitions of his work during his lifetime which was marred by polio during his final 19 years of life.

A 1969 Guggenheim fellow, Mr. Christensen was famous for his interlocking, rectangular “L” shapes resembling jigsaw puzzles and, after 1967, for his “linear spray paintings” created with a spray gun. Mr. Christensen has his work displayed in multiple galleries and museums around the world

Moving Ahead (shown above) was painted with a tasty Samuel Adams Summer Ale from The Boston Beer Company in Boston, Massachusetts. Moving Ahead may be purchased by clicking on the Moving Ahead image in the Modern/Abstract category of the Shop Our Art drop down menu. Moving Ahead is also available on metal by going to the Funky Art on Metal drop down category under Shop Our Art and following the same process.