Rae Sloan Bredin (1881-1933) was born in Butler County, Pennsylvania. He spent time studying at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, the New York School of Arts, and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, where he made connections with working artists.
As someone who has no interest or talent for anything scientific, I approached Starstruck: Fine Art of Astrophotography not sure if I would enjoy it. Could photographs of the universe really count as art?
There really is no question that the photography in Wendy Paton: Nuit Blanche is dramatically alluring. Wendy Paton’s study on night, abstract portraiture, and transformations in human nature create a mysterious [...]
Steve Tobin, Dancing Steelroots, 22 feet high. Collection of the artist. Out of This World, an exhibition featuring the work of Steve Tobin, is in full swing here at [...]
Daniel Garber’s studio palette. James A. Michener Art Museum Archives. Gift of Dana Garber Applestein. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Feb 6th to March 26th 1916 Exhibit Catalogue. [...]