Known as a teacher of creativity, Judas Arrieta walks the line between comic illustration and intricate drawings. His installations, murals, and video recordings inject life into the world around him, and many find themselves inexplicably drawn to his work – able to relate to the feelings of humor that radiate from his art. Upon studying […]
Tag Archives: Modern Art
Nothing could possibly allow us to know ourselves better,than our alter ego… Except maybe photographs of them? Wherever you may be, a concert, a political event or even an art opening, AreCity will most likely be there. This citizen, journalist led group is studying and documenting culture, while expanding an understanding of life as we […]
Thirty-Six Views of Boise [nggallery id=10] For Modern Art 2009, Karen Woods was inspired by Hokusai’s “Thirty-six Views of Mt. Fuji”, and set out to paint watercolors of the city of Boise. Encompassing the four seasons, they will be installed in the room as one large screen.
Author: Amy O’Brien Coming around the corner of Capitol and Main I didn’t know what to expect. The ad in the Boise Weekly merely said under the listing for the Egyptian Theatre “Didactic: Fantastic”. I was immediately taken by the clownish costume of a man dressed in silver spandex leggings, tight yellow swim shorts, light […]
Sally Smoldering By rail v. y tomas The Vague Collaborative (one Boise’s newest creative endeavors) will join us May 7th for Modern Art 2009 in room 235. As a group of creative individuals, they are interested in expanding each others knowledge and skills. From tattoos, to printmaking, to film, to belly dancing, the Vague Collaborative […]