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Art Smart: March Ugallery Picks

by habituallychic

03 . 02 . 09

I’ve had such a wonderful response to my previous Ugallery posts that I’ve decided to make it a monthly feature. The student artists deserve our support and especially need it in these tough times. There are a lot of new beautiful works that I love and I hope you enjoy them too!

Cherry Blossoms Part II, 2008, acrylic on canvas, Colette Wirz, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, $650

Movement, 2008, oil on canvas, Emma Ehrenthal, The University of the Arts, $600

When I Collide, 2009, oil on masonite board, Lana Williams, University of Oklahoma, $600

Silent Night, 2008, photography, Rachel Ridgley, Columbus College of Art and Design, $200

Untitled #10, 2009, acrylic on canvas, David Nackashi, University of North Florida, $500

Diagram 04: Sketch Composite, 2007, mixed media – collage on paper, Stephen Proski, Kansas City Art Institute, $100

Land of the Form, 2008, oil on canvas, Leonardo Orozco, Long Beach City College, $600

Persistence, 2008, photography, Cameron Justice, New York University, $80

First Order Fresnel, 2007, photography, Melissa Buchmann, University of Arizona, $90

Top Artwork: Monet Study, 2008, oil on canvas, Lana Williams, University of Oklahoma, $125

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  1. Arlynn March 2, 2009 | 8:52 pm

    Yay, I love these posts – and I adore the piece “Movement.” Just lovely.

  2. Lauren Jade March 2, 2009 | 9:54 pm

    YA!! as a student artist myself I deeply appreciate these people’s work. I have a small blog myself where I have been documenting my more recent art, it’s fresh so I’ll be adding much more work soon. But please feel free to take a look! 😀 great post!!

  3. Lisa March 2, 2009 | 10:14 pm

    Bravo to you for supporting these artist. They are all wonderful.
    Love the monthly gallery on your blog. Very interesting variety.

  4. maison21 March 3, 2009 | 4:24 am

    what a great idea for a regular feature- i love student art, and just recommended that we buy some for a client’s art-less abode. some of it is so good, and so professional, so the kids deserve to get some money for it, and it’s also a great way for people to build their own inexpensive collections. i’m heading over to ugallery to scope out picks for my client!

    your post also amused me, because it seems we are so often on the same wavelength. i was at a friend’s house yesterday evening giving a little advice on space planning, and we started to go though the files of artwork she has produced over the years. i remarked that she was too good not to be making a living at it, and that i would LOVE to profile her work on my blog. then when i got home, i thought- “what a great thing it would be to feature everyone i know i know who makes art”, and sent out a few more emails in pursuit of possible featured artists!

    (of course, i have an ulterior motive too- i’ wouldn’t mind scoring some work at discounted prices for my own collection in return for a little publicity. shhhh….)

  5. The Antiques Diva™ March 3, 2009 | 9:41 am

    Thanks for introducing me to UGallery – I hadn’t heard of it before now. It’s a great concept and great way to buy affordable art whether for a collection or a one-off purchase. Excellent tip!

  6. dfwm March 3, 2009 | 11:56 am

    Love the Cherry Blossom II – but all are of very high standard.

  7. Kari March 3, 2009 | 5:03 pm

    Beautiful! Since you touched on Suzanne’s work in Atlanta & her use of art, you should check out the art at Emily Amy’s gallery. http://www.emilyamygallery.com

  8. A Gift Wrapped Life March 4, 2009 | 3:35 am

    I was captured by Cherry Blossoms Part II……..what a great program
    you are supporting.