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December 18, 2014 | Posted by | No Comments

Color of the Year 2015

image: Pantone

It’s official! Pantone has revealed its Color of the Year for the world to see. According to their website: The impactful, full-bodied qualities of Marsala make for an elegant, grounded statement color when used on its own or as a strong accent to many other colors.

image: Pantone

A Tasteful Hue – Much like the fortified wine that gives Marsala its name, this tasteful hue embodies the satisfying richness of a fulfilling meal while its grounding red-brown roots emanate a sophisticated, natural earthiness.

image: Pantone

A Hearty Yet Stylish Tone – Add elegance to any room by incorporating this rich and welcoming hue in accent pieces, accessories and paint. Marsala’s plush characteristics are enhanced when the color is applied to textured surfaces, making it an ideal choice for rugs and upholstered living room furniture.

The Versatility of Marsala

Equally appealing to men and women, Marsala is a stirring and flavorful shade for apparel and accessories, one that encourages color creativity and experimentation.

Flattering against many skin tones, sultry and subtle Marsala is a great go-to color for beauty, providing enormous highlight for the cheek, and a captivating pop of color for nails, shadows lips and hair.

Celebrities are liking it! Joe Stevens/Retna; Jim Spellman/WireImage

Dramatic and at the same time grounding, the rich and full-bodied red-brown Marsala brings color warmth into home interiors.

An earthy shade with a bit of sophistication, texture is the story in print and packaging. A matte finish highlights Marsala’s organic nature while adding a sheen conveys a completely different message of glamour and luxury.

GeoFlora 08 by Lisa Carney by Lisa Carney on

It’s even easy to find on Zatista! Just Browse Art by colors – red and purple. Have fun finding ways to express yourself with Marsala this year!

December 16, 2014 | Posted by | No Comments

Statement Pieces

Sometimes all you need is one statement piece of artwork to complete a room. Large-scale works draw the eye and electrify the space they occupy. Here are some bright, bold examples:

Measuring 30” x 60”, this luminous work is eye-catchingly colorful and would add a burst of warmth to any room.

Seascape at Sunset by Cristina Stefan on

This kaleidoscopic abstract measures 36” x 48”. With its rich tones and soft lines, this work would compliment many color palettes.

City Lights by Thong Le on

The strong lines and bursts of color add visual interest to this large work, measuring 44” x 34”. The overall neutral palette keeps the neon shades fun and not overwhelming.

Sailing at Newport by William Kendall on

Measuring approximately 47” x 47”, this muted abstract may be large, but its subdued shades and rounded lines make for a soothing visual.

Reaching Summit by Andrea Rowbotham on

At 48” x 48” this mammoth work demands attention with its simplicity. The deep red tones stunningly contrast the single vibrant blue line.

Spirit by Chris Claussen on

This installation measures 47” x 100”. The geometric patterning and lively hues coupled with sheer size would add energy to any location.

Dancing Circles in 32 by Rosemary Pierce on

This multi-hued figural work measures 35” x 45”. The brilliant blues and splashes of brighter tones provide many color options when designing a space.

Icon #4 by Steve Alderton on

Measuring 40” x 36”, this lovely abstract adds a burst of resplendent purple and gentle energy to a room, while also maintaining a neutral base.

Meadow Saffron by Lisa Carney on

Of course, photographs can be statement pieces as well. This quiet image measures 47” x 31”. With blue overtones and contrasts of dark and light, this work draws focus in a reserved and dignified manner.

The Point of No Return by Dan Lavric on

For the bold, or for those that desire a commanding art presence in the room, large-scale works like these make a perfect statement.

December 11, 2014 | Posted by | No Comments

Party On

Art Basel Miami came to a close this past weekend, emptying the city of the swarms of visitors. Of course, guests don’t just come for the art; they come for the parties. This year’s exclusive bashes were well attended and celebrity studded.

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Moschino & Belvedere Vodka host party for Jeremy Scott’s book launch at Thompson Miami Beach Photo: courtesy of Belvedere

Getting an invite to one of these coveted events is a difficult task. If you didn’t make the guest list however there is plenty of art on Zatista to get you in the party mood! These fun works embody the festive spirit and glamour of arty events and bring the party to you.

Cocktails with Friends by Simon Fairless on

Ruby in the Moonlight by Jan and Moore on

Mingle by J Coleman Miller on

Beer by Joel Degrand on

Boca Muse by Valerie Vescovi on

Special Occasion by Delaram Mowatt on

FIOR D’ARANCIO by Lucia Bergamini on

Bon Vivant by Elizabeth Chapman on

Round One by Jeff Schaller on

Raise your glass and toast these great works that bring the art of the social gathering to life. With all these enjoyable pieces and more, you can host your own personal art showing. Just remember the cocktail shaker!

December 9, 2014 | Posted by | No Comments

Art Basel Redux

Dancers perform as part of Shen Wei’s “In Black, White & Gray,” which combines dance and paintings. IMAGE: LYNNE SLADKY/ASSOCIATED PRESS

If you’re one of the lucky birds who flies south for the winter, hopefully you were able to indulge your artistic side by visiting the annual Art Basel in Miami: the 44th installment was a memorable one, occurring December 4th to 7th in the heart of Miami Beach. Some highlights are pictured here.

Demont Pinder’s paintings referenced Mike Brown and Eric Garner at the #REVOLTBlendedCultures event. IMAGE: MARC SEROTA/INVISION FOR REVOLT/ASSOCIATED PRESS

Miami isn’t exactly considered the art capital of the world, but it certainly has its own eccentric flair that distinguishes it from every other city: white, sandy beaches, Versace’s extravagant hotel, palm trees shading Cuban food joints overlooking the ocean. It may not have the makes to inspire history’s grandest artists like Paris, Rome and Madrid do, but it’s the place for a great weekend-long party; and it also boasts its fair share of art museums, a Cuban history museum and even a Holocaust museum (maybe for a cloudier, more somber day).

Miley Cyrus performed at the MAC Viva Glam concert, at one point ripping off her shiny top.

Modern and contemporary art lovers, this is your haven: just take a look around at the omnipresent Deco architecture. This year, the Art Basel in Miami attracted approximately 70,000 visitors and showcased art from over 250 galleries across the world (according to their official site). The show is comprised of nine sectors, each which exhibits work that reflects a specific theme or falls under a certain category. The sectors are listed below:

Hank Willis Thomas made waves with this affecting piece, called “Raise Up” IMAGE: @HANKWILLISTHOMAS ON INSTAGRAM

  • GALLERIES- Feast your eyes on thousands of Modern and contemporary art pieces from more than 200 of the world’s most renowned and recognized art galleries. You would have seen paintings, drawings, structures, installations, photography and videos created by 4,000 of the world’s most talented artists.
  • NOVA- The Nova sector will introduce you to never-before-seen pieces. Here, galleries present what’s new: each gallery showcases one, two or three new artists toting new works that were created in the last few years.
  • POSITIONS- Curators, critics and collectors all come together to discover new talent: Positions allows a platform for a single artist to show one major project.
  • EDITION- Leading publishers of editioned works, prints, and multiples collaborate with artists and then present the literary/artistic outcome here.
  • KABINETT- Comprised of works like art-historical showcases, thematic group exhibitions and solo shows, artists in the Kabinett sector are chosen from their gallery to present separately from the group.
  • PUBLIC- In collaboration with the Bass Museum of Art, art show-goers can admire outdoor sculptures and witness performances in Collins Park.
  • SURVEY- For all you history buffs, here is your one-stop-shop for art-history-inspired projects: feast your eyes on representations of cultures, generations and places past.
  • FILM- Not that the title doesn’t it away, but here you can enjoy films by artists, about other artists.
  • MAGAZINES- Catch up on your reading; view magazines from art publications from around the world.

“A kid could do that!” – Baz Luhrmann took on an old criticism of modern art with an installation featuring works by Wassily Kandinsky, Joan Miró and Pablo Picasso. IMAGE: GALERIE GMURZYNSKA

Which sector sounds most appealing to you? Will you be joining Miami’s residents (and tourists) next year for the 45th show? Beautiful weather, pristine beaches, shopping, modern art – how could you go wrong?

December 4, 2014 | Posted by | No Comments

Shen Wei’s “In Black, White and Gray”

It’s that time of year again! No, not Christmas time; Art Basel Miami time! This year, one of the exhibitions features Shen Wei, a Chinese visual artist and choreographer. The exhibit, titled “In Black, White and Gray” features a complete series of paintings plus a live public performance with new choreography by the artist.

The artist, Shen Wei, with his works in his NY studio.

Can’t make it to Miami to see the works yourself? Don’t fret. In honor of the exciting display, below is a collection of works from our own Zatista gallery in the ‘black, white and gray’ theme. From photography, to painting, to mixed media these works show the diverse range of these three shades.

Dwelling #1 by Elizabeth Yarosz-Ash on

Mask by Thurston Howes on

Two Buds by Jon Glaser on

Four Horses by Alicia Rothman on

Dawn at the park by Fikry Botros on

Capea by Roberto Bonifaz on

Tundra by Karin Lowney-seed on

the poet by Edward Zelinsky on

BLUE ESSENCE by Rich Moyers on

Unlike Art Basel, we are here all year ’round, with lots of great at to make your walls look great!



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