Studio Vérité: Amy Gross from Jacques de Beaufort on Vimeo.
South Florida fiber artist Amy Gross has posted a fabulous video that artist Jacques de Beaufort made about her and her work. (Video is above).
Girls' Club has the lowdown on the call to artists for Florida Atlantic University's Fine Arts Festival (Deadline: July 6) as well as details on a Broward County Arts & Economic Prosperity study.
|Jon Hunt posted "KittyBot," his adorable live art from Tattoopalooza, on his blog 26 Hour Day (Courtesy of Hunt)|
Miami Rail, an editorially independent expansion of the Brooklyn Rail, has published its first quarterly of critical coverage of Miami arts and culture.
Anne Tschida shares some of her memories about former University of Miami art history professor and writer Paula Harper, who died on June 3.
|"Blue Nude Flying" by Virginia Erdie (Courtesy of Erdie)|
Art is About's Eddie Arroyo posts some truly bizarre images from Call Time 7 p.m./The Nightclub, along with his thoughts on being a participant who, like others, gets eyes painted on his eyelids and has the experience of being in a room full of people and visual distractions, without being able to actually see anything or anyone.
The Art Place Wynwood has posted its list of the 19 artists selected for its first annual juried painting show.
Antisteetz posts its Q&A with Miami artist Kazilla.
|Images courtesy of Jennifer Love Girdona|
Jennifer Love Gironda discovers a resemblance between her Bettie and Caravaggio's Medusa circa 1596.
Two years after leaving Miami, Ross Ford posts his images and memories of "feverishly hanging 120 paintings in a day, staying out late with good friends, then flying to Massachusetts for a wedding and a reunion, then packing our whole life into a truck and driving non-stop to NC."
Betweeners is a regular feature that allows Arterpillar to justify her time spent reading other local art blogs and surfing for local art news ... and to talk about herself in third person in italics.
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