VELVET BUZZSAW: Art lives by death

VELVET BUZZSAW: Art lives by death

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Art Artists Photography Galleries Museums Review By Janice Bremec Blum * this article is a spoiler alert The latest movie to hit Netflix is Velvet Buzzsaw, by director Dan Gilroy. It is a horror-thriller that takes place in an unsuspected arena, the niche world of...
ART TODAY 022318 Chris Bonno recommends Paul Torres in a review of an art piece from his personal collection

ART TODAY 022318 Chris Bonno recommends Paul Torres in a review of an art piece from his personal collection

His portraits have a sensuality to them and he clearly knows how to do a more traditional portrait (that can be stunning to observe) with excellent paint technique, volume, and creative use of color. Mostly, I see the creations, the people, the personalities, the vibe, the time he captures and the core or heart of his subjects. As a spectator, I am “let in” on how Torres’ cares for his work and his subjects. He creates an atmosphere while capturing the heart and attitude of the characters that we see around us but might not closely observe. By Chris Bonno

FALLING IN LOVE: You never know who you might READ! A charming ROMANCE story from Editor in Chief Janice Bremec Blum – Happy Valentine’s Day! from TribeLA Magazine

FALLING IN LOVE: You never know who you might READ! A charming ROMANCE story from Editor in Chief Janice Bremec Blum – Happy Valentine’s Day! from TribeLA Magazine

In my hand are a dozen helium balloons clunking me on the head and a peach cobbler is teetering in the crux of my arm. I’m struggling to get the key in the front door of my bookstore, The Book Bin. The balloons will decorate the outside sandwich board announcing today’s book signing event. Barton Wallace, the number one male author in the romance genre will be here to autograph his latest book, My Woman. I’ve been a fan of Barton ever since his first book, Together, We, hit the New York Times best seller list. I’ve read…