Portland based artist Adam Friedman has an ongoing fascination with our universe which he explores in his psychedelic works. His art expands on broad themes centered on time and space and other natural phenomenon. Friedman goes “Into the Aether” with his latest solo exhibition, now on view at Mirus Gallery in San Francisco. His show presents a new series of acrylic and acrylic aerosol pieces on canvas, 3D paintings, and a new mural inside the gallery.

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A Very Interesting Excursion
Looking for van Gogh in Belgium’s mining district.Vincent van Gogh’s The Sower, 1888, which was inspired by paintings by Jean-François Millet.Earlier this month, Nellie wrote for the Daily about van Gogh’s time in the Borinage and its effect on his art. In this follow-up piece, she reflects on her own travels in the region.On a... Read More »
By Nellie Hermann

Looking for van Gogh in Belgium’s mining district.


(Illustration: Vincent van Gogh’s The Sower, 1888, which was inspired by paintings by Jean-François Millet.)

Now is the time to see the exhibition the Philadelphia Inquirer called “The Show of the Year.” Get your tickets and find more information here.

“Woman at Her Toilette,” c. 1875–80, by Berthe Morisot (The Art Institute of Chicago: Stickney Fund)