Sebastian Kruger

May 7, 2010

For those of you who enjoy ridiculously awesome portraiture.

http://www.sebastian-kruger.com/ (official website containing all of his painted portraits in acrylic)

http://www.sebastiankruger.org/ (old website that has a lot of his caricature paintings)

http://sebastian-kruger-news.blogspot.com/ (his blog!)

posted by Bryan Flanigan

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http://www.newamericanpaintings.com/

April 22, 2010

Helllo practios,

check out this website if you are interested in applying to new american paintings. its a great oppertunity.


FOR $20 Art Show

April 8, 2010

Here’s an art show me and some friends are putting on on the 17th. It will be an all day/evening thing…come hang out!

FACEBOOK EVENT
-Evan Hublein


Funny

April 7, 2010


Nicholas Hay in San Antonio

April 2, 2010

If possible, check out soon-to-be alumus Nicholas Hay’s show in San Antonio. Here is a link to his blog, on which he has photos of the work and the installation. Nick is heading to Virginia Commonwealth University next year for grad school. Talk to him soon while he’s still in Texas.


The Artlist

March 24, 2010

I am not sure if a lot of you know of this site but I rolled across it when I was searching for somethings for my research paper. This had a lot of prize winning shows and awards for artist. Check it out http://www.theartlist.com/


New Painting Instructor

March 23, 2010

Hello Practio’s,

I have recently been attending the talks with candidates for the painting position . I enjoyed Jonathan Faber. He has really interesting work and he spoke well of himself. Unlike most candidates, he showed lots of student work that he had taught from the past few years of his Teaching career. I thought Blade Wynne has really interesting work as well. I think its important that we check out these candidates for the younger as well as upcoming thesis students. In 10 hours, Tommy will give his speech. What do you guys think  of the candidates, and who do you think is best suitable for the position, and do you think its important that our instructors are not only knowledgable but inspiring mentors.

Kasey