Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Art Smart: April Ugallery Picks

I know I had a painting of cherry blossoms in last last month's Ugallery post but I couldn't resist posting another once since it's actually cherry blossom season in Washington, DC. That and the fact that the painting is ridiculously beautiful! In case there is someone who doesn't know about Ugallery, they sell affordable art by young student artists. You can also now email the artists with questions or commission requests through their portfolios on the Ugallery website. This month, I tried to choose art that reminded me of spring. Enjoy!

Deeply Rooted, 2007, monotype bleed print on paper, Charlesy Charton, East Tennessee State University, $250

Untitled 2, 2009, oil on canvas, Matthew King, Massachusetts of Art, $1000

Rainy Sunset, 2007, photograph, Mark Elverson, Massachusetts College of Art, $80

Goodby's Creek #1, 2008, acrylic on canvas, David Nackashi, University of North Florida, $550

Stairway to the Skies, 2007, photograph, Christine Vineyard, Georgia State University, $100

Horizontal Forest, 2008, oil on masonite, Katherine Widen, The Cleveland Institute of Art, $200

Our Farm House, 2009, oil on canvas, Lana Williams, University of Oklahoma, $500

Jerry, 2008, photograph, Michael George, New York University, $85

Unlikely Constellation, 2006, mixed media (collage) on canvas, Diana Delgado, The University of the Arts, $4200

Top Artwork: Enchanted Cherry Blossoms, 2009, acrylic on canvas, Colette Wirz, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, $1000

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