∗ Check out this time-lapsed video of artist Kazilla doing her thing.
∗ Single person sofa for sale ... found this video on Misael photo's Tumblr.
∗ Artist Patrick Maxcy posts that he was recently picked up by Steal this Art, which prints high-quality giclees at a low cost to consumer and that his painting Pavor Nocturnus will be available in limited edition for only one day: April 16.
∗ 10 Rising Miami Artists to Start Collecting Now, according to David Castillo who was interviewed by Refinery29.
|Oliver portrait, courtesy of artist Amy Gross|
∗ Miamiartzine.com has a Q&A with Miami artist Vincent Herrera.
∗ Viviana Molinares talks to Culture Designers about Locked Out, her first solo exhibition at Product/81 Gallery in Wynwood.
∗ The food trucks will be back at Second Saturday Art Walk, according to Beach Miami.
|Jennifer Love Gironda posted pics of her cute new works. (Photo courtesy of the artist)|
∗ Neil da Flor's story on the workshops and classes being held at Inkub8 in Miami appears on Knightarts.org.
∗ Art Is About posts some really interesting images of work by Kuhl and Leyton, a Miami-based art duo that used packing tape as their medium.
∗ Design Don't Panic recent featured work by Patrick Maxcy.
|Paintings by Ross Ford, formerly of Miami (Photo courtesy of Ross Ford)|
∗ Now that Sketchy Miami is up and running, Beached Miami brings us it's latest offshoot, Sketchy Bands. It's about local artists creating portraits of local musicians and bands.
∗ Miami artist Glaxis Novoa has begun exhibiting works by other artists in the two front rooms of his studio, and Anne Tschida wrote it up for Knightarts.org.
|Kristin Frenzel's "Evil Queen" (Courtesy of Kristin Frenzel)|
∗ Art Is About posted videos and pics from Let's Begin With a Line at Dorsch Gallery.
∗ Anne Tschida wrote a story about Aesthetics & Values and The War We Have Not Seen, both at Frost Museum, on Knightarts.org. She also covered Man or War, a solo exhibition by Ruben Milares at WDNA Gallery in Miami.
∗ What's Up Miami has a post on Eclipse, Hanne Bend's solo show at Charest-Weinberg.
|Paul Caprio drew this portrait of his friend in just an hour. (Courtesy of Paul Caprio)|
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