The Continuum of MacDonald and Cirque du Soleil

Weightless and sprightly, American master sculptor Richard MacDonald has long captured our collective imaginations with his caught-in-time sculptural glimpses of ballerinas, dancers, athletes and mimes. Each figure is typified by a lightness and fluidity which is unequaled in today’s sculptural world. This fascination with motion makes it understandable why MacDonald became enamored with the famed…

What goes around…

You know you have been in the art business for quite some time when a painting you had originally sold in 2000 comes back around and you get a chance to sell it again in 2011… More than a decade later. This is the case with this original oil on canvas painting “Time Transfers” from…

Skullpture

By Reed V. Horth, for ROBIN RILE FINE ART One summer in high school, I remember having to read Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” from cover to cover. While I enjoyed it immensely, the work disturbed me. Not only was it discomfiting because of its lyrical prose and nonsensical wordplay, but also because of Hamlet’s (or perhaps Shakespeare’s)…

Life Is Art Seminar: How to Get into a Gallery

From: http://www.lifeisartfest.org/2011/01/19/photographs-of-life-is-art-creative-connections-8-on-11811/ Courtesy of James Echols and Life Is Art Miami. Life is Art Creative Connections 8 at GAB Studio in Wynwood on Tuesday, January 18, 2011. We had a great crowd and everyone had a great time. We had Reed V. Horth from Robin Rile Fine Art Gallery doing the presentation. Reed spoke about…