What's “WhatsArt”?  “WhatsArt” came from combining a favorite expression used when you cannot quite recall or explain someone or something and art.  This seems to be the condition many people, even those interested in visual art, find themselves in today.  So…

 

“WhatsArt” hopes to name, explain, and reveal the “Whats” of visual art by sharing serious-minded news, analysis, and reviews of current visual art happenings.


I welcome others to join the forum by emailing their writings to carol@taylor-kearneyarts.com.  

 

As the curator of this blog, I will select timely articles to share.

Recent Posts

Summer: A Time to Meet New Artists!

Part 2: Cerulean Arts 7th Annual Juried Exhibition As galleries enter the summer months of June and July, many group exhibitions appear...

Sojourns at Cerulean Arts Gallery

On a beautiful afternoon in the city of Philadelphia, I traveled to Cerulean Arts. Leaving the agreeable sunlight outside was tough, but...

A Travelogue at Cerulean Arts Collective

Art has a way of taking us to places both familiar and exotic. The artists at Cerulean Arts Collective Galleries this month do just that....

Cerulean Arts Pop-Up at Arden Theater

What happens when you take Cerulean Arts and mix it with the Tongue and Groove Spontaneous Theater group? An improv performance called...

When Simple Is Anything But Basic

The artwork of Laura Marconi, Nancy Neill, Gary Jenkins, Mary Powers Holt, and Jeff Thomsen is being presented at the Cerulean Arts...

The Rustle of Shadow

Spring has arrived in Philadelphia and so has a new exhibition at Cerulean Arts. Fittingly, it is of landscapes by a perennial favorite,...

Reverberation at Cerulean Arts Gallery

I am late in posting this review. I was hoping to have it done before the exhibition ended. So, I am starting this review with the...

The Admirably Familiar

Cerulean Arts Collective is exhibiting the works of Andrea Beizer, Sean Carney, Carol Cole, Maria DiMauro, and Gus Sermas this month. ...

Fun With Homonyms

Carol Taylor Kearney loves to play with words, as with Plein Air, Plain Air, Plane Air. This is the title she has given to the exhibition...

Fantasia Is Reality at Cerulean Collective

Andre Breton once said, “The imaginary is what tends to become real.” The artists at Cerulean Collective galleries this month—Kathleen...

Another Set of Eyes

I like to go to crits. I like to what artists see. I like to hear artists talk about art, their art practice and process. So, what is a...

Mystique or Romantic at Cerulean Arts

I noticed that Cerulean Collective has started to place the Artist Statement on the back of the List of Works for each of the artists...