Why Your Five Year Old Could Not Have Done That: Modern Art Explained
Not only is this book SO needed, it is SO great. Really goes into depth about all of the thought & planning that goes into these masterpieces.
Steal Like an Artist:The things nobody told you about being creative
OMG! I just read this book over the weekend. It’s a quick read & SO inspiring!
Intersection: Art & Life, by Kevin Wallace. Check out episode 104.
Kevin is so great! I love this book!! Really brings home the need for art!
The Genius of Andy Warhol, Scherman and Dalton
I thought I dug Andy Warhol before…Now I KNOW I do!
Klee and Kandinsky: Neighbors, Friends, Rivals, by
I interviewed Dr, Vivian Endicott Barnett on the Marc & Macke episode [episode 99] of my podcast!
Cooking for Picasso, by Camille Aubray. Reading now & loving it! Well written & so interesting. Very creative.
I’ve had this book on my coffee table for years. It’s the perfect art resource. I’m still finding pieces I love!
The Arts; A Visual Encyclopedia
Got this for Christmas. Fantastic resource! Lays out notable artists from the stone age to now.
Hugh Lane 1875-1915, Robert O’Byrne
An invaluable resource for me.
Not a book, but so inspiring….& true!
Great resource for all things dada!
The subject of John Singer Sargent’s most famous painting was twenty-three-year-old New Orleans Creole Virginie Gautreau, who moved to Paris and quickly became the “it girl” of her day. A relative unknown at the time, Sargent won the commission to paint her; the two must have recognized in each other a like-minded hunger for fame. Really great!!
Clear Seeing Place, by artist, Brian Rutenberg.
Really great & so inspiring! Check out Episode 137 for the interview.
Mind the Gap, by artist, Joshua Lutz
The Hammock, Lucy Paquette
Very well-researched, engaging historical fiction about artist, James Tissot. Check out the chat with Lucy Paquette, Episode 80.
Autobiography of the “Mama of Dada, herself: Beatrice Wood