Face effigy stone found in the Delaware River – The Artsology Blog

We continue to get interesting submissions from readers of the Artsology Blog with photos and stories of face effigies and rock art found...

Did Venus ever need a toilet paper calculator? – The Artsology Blog

As everyone knows, with the coronavirus pandemic and the need to quarantine, there has long been a run on toilet paper, and people...

A rotary telephone scarf by Vera Neumann – The Artsology Blog

I was at the Museum of Art in Design (otherwise known as the “MAD Museum”) in the late fall when they had an...

Kitty Condo by Adrian Wong – The Artsology Blog

Here’s something that one wouldn’t necessarily expect to see at an art fair – a large 96 x 105 x 36 inch “kitty...

Considering a Lyman Whitaker Wind Sculpture? —- How About Free Shipping? from Maine Art...

Artist Lyman Whitaker, Whitaker Studios, and Maine Art Hill are all strong believers in the need for social distancing. We encourage everyone to...

This woman has been very busy – The Artsology Blog

I enjoyed seeing this whimsical piece by Liliana Porter titled “Tejedora ,” 2017, at the Armory Show in the booth of Sicardi |...

Unusual NYC sidewalk still life – The Artsology Blog

This photograph was taken a while ago, but it’s a nice example of “found art” on a sidewalk in the Chelsea neighborhood of...

Great Pottery Throwdown – Nick Mackman Animal Sculpture

Last summer Love Productions contacted me to ask if I would lend them a couple of my animal sculptures for use in the...

What Would Famous Artworks Look Like in Times of Social Distancing?

Hrag Vartanian, After Kerry James Marshall, “Past Times” (1997) (image courtesy the artist)What would Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” look like if its famous...

Joana Vasconcelos’s Bold, Feminist Sculptures Pop Against an English Landscape

Joana Vasconcelos, “Valkyrie Marina Rinaldi,” (2014) (all photos by Anna Souter/Hyperallergic)WEST BRETTON, ENGLAND — On arriving at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, visitors see a...