Each week at Saatchi Art, we visit the studio of one of our artists. We check out their studio, take a peek inside their sketchbooks and, best of all, learn more about what inspires them. Read on and discover exciting new details about this week’s featured artist, Kirsty Warman.
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Justin Vernon talks about midwest pride, autumn in Wisconsin and how it’s dangerous to just be an artist.
I have so much respect for this guy for staying true to Wisconsin and representing it every chance he gets.
I want this, hardcore. The whole thing, basically… but especially the wallpaper.
However, the click through at fancy.com routes to a UK store that is no longer there. Anyone have any ideas where one could source this type of wall covering?
Each week, we showcase an emerging artist from around the world who is already garnering attention for their work. Taking inspiration from the Saatchi Gallery’s 25-year history of discovering new talent, ‘One to Watch’ presents some of the most exciting artists on Saatchi Online helping collectors to identify strong emerging talent.
Yes, that is a nude portrait of the late actress Bea Arthur, if you could not tell by the title “Bea Arthur Naked.” Currin’s 1991 work sparked quite the controversy in its day, as many were torn between Currin’s technical talent and his “acrid fantasy portraits of menopausal women,” as Peter Schjeldahl wrote in the New Yorker.
Fast forward 22 years and Bea in the buff is more valuable than ever. The topless portrayal is expected to sell for between $1.8-2.5 million at Christie’s Post-War and Contemporary Art sale in New York this Wednesday.
Source: The Huffington Post