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Robin Frohardt’s ‘Plastic Bag Store’ Carries Items Comprised Only of Plastic Bags

With the installation Plastic Bag Store, Robin Frohardt offers a fictional store with each product entirely comprised of plastic bags, emulating the shapes and colors of typical grocery items. The store is open Sept. 14-23 at Current Artspace + Studio in Chapel Hill, N.C. The project is a fully formed space reminiscent of Lucy Sparrow’s all-felt store, featured in Hi-Fructose Volume 45.More...


Olaf Hajek’s Globe-Spanning Acrylic Scenes

Olaf Hajek’s acrylic tableaux are globe-trotting, combining icons and textures of varying cultures. A recent body of work shown at Southern Guild in Cape Town, titled Paravent, collects these recent works on wood. Hajek was last mentioned on HiFructose.com.More...


Sophia Narrett’s Stirring Embroidered Narratives

Sophia Narrett’s painterly approach to embroidery results in elaborate, startling scenes. Her themes traverse escapism, psychology, and sexuality. Each section of the work brings its own surprising sharpness, with a certain visceral quality resulting from the material. More...


The Watercolor Paintings of Matthew Palladino

In Matthew Palladino’s paintings, the textures of watercolors and the artists dexterity in form combine to forge works with a spiritual quality. The ghostly works carry a humor and vibrancy that offer a contrast with his skeletal or distorted subjects. More...


Happy’s Garish, Voluminous Scenes

Vladislav Skobelskij, who works under the moniker Happy, creates voluminous, candy-colored scenes and animations. The delightfully garish works move between disturbing and alluring, each figure overcome by vibrant and cartoonish outgrowths. Happy often injects pop cultural and photographic elements into this fantasy world.More...


The Haunting Characters of Edward Kinsella III

Edward Kinsella III has a knack for crafting monsters. Using just a few hues and strokes, the St. Louis artist creates haunting portraits and illustrations that are seemingly simple, yet wholly cerebral. Though young, the artist has forged his career in both gallery shows and a teaching practice. More...


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Robin Frohardt’s ‘Plastic Bag Store’ Carries Items Comprised Only of Plastic Bags

With the installation Plastic Bag Store, Robin Frohardt offers a fictional store with each product entirely comprised of plastic bags, emulating the shapes and colors of typical grocery items. The store is open Sept. 14-23 at Current Artspace + Studio in Chapel Hill, N.C. The project is a fully formed space reminiscent of Lucy Sparrow’s all-felt store, featured in Hi-Fructose Volume 45.More...


Olaf Hajek’s Globe-Spanning Acrylic Scenes

Olaf Hajek’s acrylic tableaux are globe-trotting, combining icons and textures of varying cultures. A recent body of work shown at Southern Guild in Cape Town, titled Paravent, collects these recent works on wood. Hajek was last mentioned on HiFructose.com.More...


Sophia Narrett’s Stirring Embroidered Narratives

Sophia Narrett’s painterly approach to embroidery results in elaborate, startling scenes. Her themes traverse escapism, psychology, and sexuality. Each section of the work brings its own surprising sharpness, with a certain visceral quality resulting from the material. More...


The Watercolor Paintings of Matthew Palladino

In Matthew Palladino’s paintings, the textures of watercolors and the artists dexterity in form combine to forge works with a spiritual quality. The ghostly works carry a humor and vibrancy that offer a contrast with his skeletal or distorted subjects. More...


Happy’s Garish, Voluminous Scenes

Vladislav Skobelskij, who works under the moniker Happy, creates voluminous, candy-colored scenes and animations. The delightfully garish works move between disturbing and alluring, each figure overcome by vibrant and cartoonish outgrowths. Happy often injects pop cultural and photographic elements into this fantasy world.More...


The Haunting Characters of Edward Kinsella III

Edward Kinsella III has a knack for crafting monsters. Using just a few hues and strokes, the St. Louis artist creates haunting portraits and illustrations that are seemingly simple, yet wholly cerebral. Though young, the artist has forged his career in both gallery shows and a teaching practice. More...


SKU-00012-3717 Crayola Premier Tempera, Fluorescent Pink, Pint (16 oz) from Dick Blick  sku

Crayola Premier Tempera, Fluorescent Pink, Pint (16 oz) - 00012-3717 by blick

Item description: This Painting Liquid Tempera Paint product is by blick - Crayola offers a top-grade liquid tempera that comes in a convenient squeeze bottle with flip-top cap. The brilliant, opaque colors flow easily, cover well, and dry to a velvety matte finish. Crayola temperas are water-soluble and non-toxic. - Fluorescent Tempera... Learn More

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Category: Liquid Tempera Paint

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