Cynthia Close

For the past thirty years, master printmaker Sarah Amos has bounced back and forth between Australia and Vermont, an unlikely melding of vastly different environments.
Vasilis Zografos' pale, warm, clay-colored objects from some ill-defined cultural past seem to be suspended on softly muted blue-grey-green backgrounds, reinforcing the idea that these objects are…
Far from facing extinction, there is a resurgent interest in books made by artists as well as publishers specializing in books about art.
Although revered by his contemporaries, Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning, the fiercely independent Hyman Bloom was relegated to the sidelines due in part to his mystical nature and reticence to…
From Coachella and Burning Man to New Bedford, Patrick Shearn and Poetic Kinetics are spreading wonder through awe-inspiring art installations.
All heads turned and smiles lit up the room as two athletic Weimaraners, Flo and Topper, bounded excitedly through the crowd followed by their guru, famed artist/photographer, William Wegman. The…
Films about “great” male artists like Picasso and Van Gogh abound, but if you look hard and dig deep enough you’ll find films about great women artists, some well-worth watching, others, not so much.
Michelle Finamore, the Museum of Fine Arts Boston’s Penny Vinik Curator of Fashion Arts, explores the rich history of gender in fashion in a tradition-disrupting exhibition, now on view. For a museum…