Acrylic Artist Magazine featuring Matt Cauley Artwork

Hello everyone –

I am pleased to announce that my artwork is the Featured Story in the current issue of Acrylic Artist Magazine. The magazine is in art stores now, and hitting Barnes & Noble next week, I believe. However, if you would like to order a copy online, the publisher has it available both in print and digital download formats.

My painting of “Danielle” is on the cover, and there is a 12 page article written by Michael Gormley that covers my work, my process and includes critical analysis of about a dozen paintings of mine.

I am truly humbled by how much space they have devoted to my work. To order a copy for yourself, click on the photo above to be directed to Acrylic Artist Magazine.

This is a *huge* opportunity for me, and I would like to thank each of you for always being so supportive.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

Matt Cauley
December 5, 2016

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Artists Network Interviews Matt Cauley

Acrylic Artist Magazine also has an interview with me regarding how I approach some of my painting subjects, specifically random strangers on the street.

Click either HERE or the photo above to read the interview. And, keep in mind a stranger is just a friend you haven’t painted yet!

Matt Cauley
December 3, 2016

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Hello everyone –

Waaaaaaaaaaay back in the fall of 2012, I was fortunate enough to provide the illustrations for The Stranger’s Tale. This was used to help promote the upcoming Weaponeers of Monkaa figure line from Spy Monkey Creations. I’ve been meaning to upload these to the site forever.

Click either HERE or on the image above to see all the pieces.

As always, I would be grateful for any feedback you might have. Thank you!

Matt Cauley
October 12, 2016

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Hello everyone –

I can’t believe it’s been almost a year since the last site update! A lot of things have happened during that time: I switched occupations, adjusted to living in a new city, and most importantly, got married! It’s been an amazing time, to say the least.

Even though things may have been quiet here on the site, that’s not to say I haven’t been hard at work behind the scenes. I am pleased to unveil close to 30 new paintings! Some are new portraits, some are works commissioned by the AARP, there are some new figure paintings, and I’m excited to unveil Childhood Revisited a new experimental painting series starring some old childhood friends.

Click either HERE or on the image above to view all the new works.

For those of you interested in my custom action figures – don’t worry! There’s a substantial amount of those coming soon, too!

As always, I would be grateful for any feedback you might have. Thank you!

Matt Cauley
September 09, 2016

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One Man Show at the School of Visual Arts

Hello everyone –

I am pleased to announce I have installed a One Man Show at SVA, The School of Visual Arts, in New York City.

I created the Raw Sienna series of paintings in conjunction with the courses, “Paint Your Own Vision” with Seth Michael Forman and “Portrait Painting” with John Parks. The work is on display in the SVA exhibition space at 209 East 23rd Street until November 30th.

The Raw Sienna series has no determined boundary. The story occurring outside the canvas is equally as important as what is depicted within.

Each viewer will supply their own narrative to the works, their own thoughts on the location and events, whether viewing an individual painting or the interaction that forms between collected works on display.

As each new showcase of work can vary in layout and orientation, every viewing will yield a new and unexpected narrative.

As always, I would be grateful for any feedback you might have. Thank you!

Matt Cauley
November 12, 2015

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