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

Sidling In To Side Street

Always on the look out for unique art experiences, I followed a Face Book “open studio” notice for painters Trip Denton and Harvey...

Into the Wood with the Woodcut

Dan Miller is synonymous with the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts as a former student, a teacher, mentor, and administrator. And...

New Season of The Collective Experience

September 8th marked the re-opening of the Cerulean Arts Collective Galleries. New art work by the Collective Members are displayed,...

It's Opening Day!

September… the start of the school year; the start of football season; the start of the exhibition calendar. Exciting opportunities...

So You Want To Create an Exhibition…

At some point, artists want and need to exhibit their art work. Whether that moment comes at the end of art school, completion of a...

Tactile and Detectible

The operative word for this month’s selections of the Cerulean Arts Collective artists is TACTILE. Each art object asks me, in its own...

The Color Of...

When I first went through the exhibition spaces of the Cerulean Arts Collective Galleries this month, I thought I would be writing about...

Beyond Time and Place... and Landscape

“Beyond Time and Place” is the exhibition of paintings by Karen Stabenow and Michael Smith at Cerulean Gallery from April 25th to May...

Consistent Inconsistencies

The report I received from an artist-friend on the exhibition of art work at Cerulean Collective galleries was that it was “very...

Mashiul Chowdhury Investigates the City

Mashiul Chowdhury has shown his art work at Cerulean Arts and other venues throughout Philadelphia for some years. Presently, he is...

Abloom with Aplomb at Cerulean Gallery

As everyone in the Philadelphia area knows, March is not only the month when crocuses and daffodils begin to sprout and promise Spring,...

Starting the Year at Cerulean Arts

I am disappointed—disappointed in myself that is. I usually attend the openings for the Cerulean Arts Collective, but due to scheduling...