Oil Paintings

A Chinese artist credited with enriching the culture of San Francisco

Ralph Remington (right), director of cultural affairs for the San Francisco Arts Commission, presents Arthur Ku (second from right) with a written statement from Mayor London Breed at San Francisco City Hall this month.[Photo by Lia Zhu/China Daily] Black and white mountains and rocks shrouded in colorful mist – the …

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Yellow House Artists will hold an artists’ reception on December 4 for the exhibition “Reflections this Season”

Yellow House Artists, an organization of artists who work in oil pastel and/or oil stick, presents its fall show, “Reflections This Season,” November 19 through January 19. 8, at the Norris Cultural Arts Center, 1040 Dunham Road, St. Charles. An evening of artists on Sunday, December 4, from 1 p.m. …

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Art Around Town – Flagpole

ACE/FRANCISCO & OX FINE ART GALLERY (675 Pulaski St.) Franni Thrasher, aka “Heaven4theYoung,” presents a solo exhibition of oil and watercolor paintings, sculpture and film. To see by appointment until December 9th. [email protected] INDIGO ATHENS (500 College Ave.) New York photographers Lucy Reback and Megan Reilly share a collection of …

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Climate activists throw maple syrup on Emily Carr’s painting (VIDEO)

Activists threw maple syrup at a painting by Emily Carr at the Vancouver Art Gallery in protest over the weekend. Stop Fracking Around protesters demand an immediate shutdown of the Coastal Gaslink pipeline on unceded Wet’suwet’en land. Climate activists throw maple syrup on Emily Carr’s ‘Stumps and Sky’ at the …

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Rogue Valley Art Galleries: November 11 – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

Admire oil paintings by star artist Desmond Serratore at the Art Presence Art Center in Jacksonville. See list. Image submitted *Note: To submit your event to Tempo, email the information to [email protected] American Trails: The gallery, located at the Columbia Hotel, 250 E. Main St., Ashland, showcases the arts and …

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Dia de los Muertos celebration held at Elk Grove | Way of life

A crowd came to celebrate the Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos (“Day of the Dead”) at the District56 center on October 30. Teresa Gutierrez, president of event sponsor ARTners noted that this was the second year they sponsored the event. She said she received compliments on “what a great …

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Two painters, two women, two portraits – a fascinating story of artistic influence

It is said that Pablo Picasso once said: “Little artists borrow; great artists steal”. Or appropriate? Chip? Quotation? Pinch? Steal cuts to the chase though. But in the case of these two great artists, they certainly honor, imitate, learn and study. In studying these two portraits, two curators – one …

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Adam Pankratz: How long before anti-tank vandalism turns into real violence?

Breadcrumb Links Opinion Columnists Faced with the inaction of museums, the risk of confrontation between demonstrators and spectators must increase Visitors look at Johannes Vermeer’s painting ‘The Girl with a Pearl Earring’ at the Mauritshuis museum in The Hague on October 27, 2022. – Dutch police have arrested three people …

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Birdsey’s retrospective opens November 14

In November, the Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art invites the public to an in-depth look at the life and work of artist Alfred Birdsey. A spokesperson said: “Birdsey: Stories and Feelings – A Retrospective opens in the Masterworks Museum’s Butterfield Gallery on Monday November 14, 2022. “With a career spanning …

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Artspace Selby explores men’s health in the exhibition Man Overboard

Selby resident Ross Miller will be featured in Selby Community House’s upcoming exhibition, ‘Man Overboard’. PHOTO: KATHY RONALDS By Tyler Wright “Man Overboard” is a phrase sailors shout when one of their peers has fallen into the deep waters below; a call for help when one of their own is …

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“I have to work. It’s what keeps me alive, literally.”

Once an outsider shunned by the establishment, Michael Smither traded his works of art for boxes of groceries to feed his family. Now in his eighties, the famed painter talks to Joanna Wane about his new exhibition with a revolutionary artist whom he considers a kindred spirit. Ask pop artist …

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🌱 $50 Million Pipeline Settlement + Octoberfest Car Show + Advance Tickets

Hello friends! It’s me, Paula Constance, your Orange County Daily host – here to explain all that’s going on in OC. Today we have these stories and more: $50 million regulation on a ruptured pipeline. October party Auto and truck show. OC Parks wins EPIC Award. Early bird tickets for …

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Art Focus presents plein air painter Elene Weege

Plein-air painter Elene Weege is this month’s featured artist at Art Focus. She usually leaves behind the four walls of her studio and experiments with painting and drawing in the landscape immersed in nature. “My color palette follows the four seasons and although I try to paint the beauty of …

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Paintings by Janet Fish, Peter Von Artens, William Kirkpatrick are in Ahlers & Ogletree’s Oct….

Vibrant oil on canvas picnic still life painting by Janet Fish (American, b.1938), titled Provence, (1995), 50 square inches (view, minus frame), signed and dated lower right (est. $30,000 – $60,000).Ahlers & Ogletree, Inc. ATLANTA, Ga. – A picnic still life painting in vibrant oil on canvas by Janet Fish …

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Everything we know about Microsoft co-founder Christie’s billion-dollar sale

Microsoft co-founders Bill Gates and Paul Allen pose for a portrait in 1984 in Seattle, Washington Doug Wilson/Getty Images This month, Christie’s is auctioning Ann and Gordon Getty’s collection of art from their five-story San Francisco mansion. Ranging from Impressionist paintings to 17th-century Japanese furniture, the collection is expected to …

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Paintings capture different moods of nature – Journal

ISLAMABAD: Gallery 6 has opened its doors to a new group exhibition which exhibited the works of eight landscape painters. As the title “Spring Will Come” suggests, Abid Khan, Ajab Khan, Arif Ansari, Asma Abbasi, Fareeha Shahid, Najmul Hassan, Sadia Arif and Zulfiqar Ali Zulfi send a message of optimism …

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Khatai Arts Center pays tribute to a national artist [PHOTO]

Khatai Arts Center pays tribute to a national artist [PHOTO]

By Laman Ismayilova An exhibition dedicated to the memory of the talented artist Abdul Sharifov has opened at the Khatai Arts Center, reports Azernews, citing Azertac. The artist’s book “Artist who can share his art” was presented as part of the exhibition. The book contains information about the work of …

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Vincent Van Gogh’s legendary “Starry Night” adorns the Durga Puja pandals in Kolkata

Durga Puja pandals inspired by the starry night in Kolkata. (Credit: @ekta_chhele) Photo: Twitter Kolkata: The City of Joy spares no effort to make pandals during Durga Puja. Kolkata being the hub of all festival activities, it is adorned with several colors and patterns that bring out the magnificence of …

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“Modern Illuminations – Knowledge and Power” by Rosemarie Forsythe

On view at Reston Art Gallery and Studios October 1-30Meet the artist, October 1 and 2 Rosemarie Forsythe’s finely detailed paintings depicting symbols of knowledge, strength, hope and resilience will be featured in a featured exhibition, “Modern Illuminations – Knowledge and Power”, at Reston Art Gallery and Studios (RAGS) on …

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Obituary: Lois Litz – Portland Press Herald

Lois Litz KENNEBUNK – Lois Litz passed away peacefully on September 20, 2022 after nearly 99 years of a full and active life surrounded and comforted by her beloved friend, Marie and the dedicated and loving staff of Avita of Wells. Lois was born and raised in Monson, Mass. She …

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This Week in History, 1951: A Montreal art dealer discovers EJ Hughes, with the help of the RCMP

Breadcrumb Links New Local News local arts Entertainment Dr. Max Stern also organized the only commercially successful exhibition of Emily Carr during her lifetime. Publication date : Sep 23, 2022 • 48 minutes ago • 3 minute read • Join the conversation Artist EJ Hughes paints in his studio in …

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Preview of the art exhibition entirely inspired by Nicolas Cage and his cat

An art exhibition called Uncaged: The Unbearable Weight of Genius Cat Art arrives at CatCon on October 1 and 2, 2022. The convention, held this year in Pasadena, brings cat culture and pop culture together — a space that Nicolas Cage also inhabits as a prolific movie star and self-proclaimed …

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Little Caesars opens an Instagram gallery selling pepperoni-themed art

Diving Brief: Little Caesars Pizza reinvents its Instagram page into a pepperoni-themed art gallery to promote the rollout of a new menu item, according to a statement. The channel is taking advantage of the app’s grid layout for a one-day event on September 20. Little Caesar’s main page will post …

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My Golden Line: Explore the Unspoken Truth

The achievement of the well-received realist painter Dileepa Jeewantha was not so much in innovating, but his relentless struggle to dig relentlessly deeper into his own soul. His brief but very dynamic involvement in the field of art exhibitions with its strong expression of inner struggle marks a remarkable presence. …

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Five things we love this week: September 16 | five things

Visit the art center The Kokomo Art Center Volunteer Exhibit opened last week and will be on display until October 8. The Art Center, located at 525 W. Ricketts St., will be open from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday. The exhibit features multiple mediums (such as photography, …

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10 Must-See Events in the Hudson Valley, September 14-20

Devour. Catskill Food Festival at Dutchman’s Landing Park, Catskill on Saturday, September 17, 12-6 p.m. Food trucks, food vendors, live music and more. Rain or shine. For more information, visit https://m.facebook.com/events/411667894257275/.– Joe’s Choice Celebrate with Red Hook. Hardscrabble Music Festival, Village of Red Hook on Saturday, September 17, 10 a.m. …

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Your Concise Chicago Art Guide for Fall 2022

Queen Bey dropped Renaissance and homes on Chicago’s South Side and beyond are celebrating #4onthefloor and #housemusicallnightlong, and venues on the South Side bring early fall energy. The exhibiting artists face the 75th anniversary of the partition of the Indian subcontinent, being a young Kuwaiti feminist painter, and reflect on …

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Laura Ruth Miksch Diaz – Monongahela

Laura Ruth Miksch Diaz, 93, of Carroll Township, Monongahela, passed away peacefully on Sunday September 4, 2022 at Brookdale Latrobe. She was born on December 24, 1928 in North Charleroi, the only daughter of Dr. Carl E. Miksch and Margaret Hayes Miksch. As the girl writing this obituary, I have …

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An exhibition by Debbie Caruana Dingli

For anyone passionate about their art or craft, a long period of time away from this art form feels like an eternity, fingers start itching to create. This absence proves how important their art is to them, and that the desire to create is quite pure and strong, and indeed …

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OBITUARY: Violet Elizabeth Summers, 1935-2022 | Lost Coast Outpost

Violet Elizabeth Summers died on Sunday, August 21, 2022. She suffered from congestive heart failure in the last years of her life, but it was exposure to COVID-19 that took her life. She was 86 years old. Violet was born on November 12, 1935 in Easton, Penn. and …

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Sotheby’s first auction in Singapore in 15 years a success – ARTnews.com

In its first Singapore sale in 15 years, Sotheby’s raked in SG$24 million ($17.5 million) on Sunday, beating the pre-sale estimate of SG$18 million ($10 million). The highly anticipated auction featured modern and contemporary artworks, with a particular focus on modern art by artists from Southeast Asian countries such as …

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Representation of the homeland | Again | thenews.com.pk

At the beginning of this century, a Pakistani painter, traveling by taxi in Milan, was asked by the friendly taxi driver: “where are you from?” The passenger asked the driver to hazard a guess. “Dubai,” said the driver; to which the painter replied, “oh come on, anyone can be from …

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Vero Beach Patio restaurant is auctioning its items until August 31

VERO BEACH – Those interested in collecting and preserving pieces of local history, look no further. A piece of Old Vero will soon be gone. Le Patio, a restaurant that’s been at 1103 21st St. for about 90 years, auctions off its historic and eccentric decor, from its medieval artwork, …

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Artists’ Exhibition held at Chapel in King’s Lynn

A week-long exhibition is held to sell works by artists at St Nicholas’ Chapel in Lynn. The West Norfolk Artists Association (WNAA) exhibits around 200 works of art in the chapel in St Ann’s Street. 65 of the artists’ works are available until Monday, August 29. West Norfolk Artists Exhibition …

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More items from the estate of oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens will be sold online September 10-11

19th Century Continental School oil on canvas titled Centaur Kidnapping Deianeira (after Guido Reni), 45 inches by 34 inches (view, minus frame).Auctioneers J. Garrett DALLAS, Texas – A second set of period antiques, artwork and personal items from late Texas and Oklahoma oil magnate T. Boone Pickens (1928-2019) will be …

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Artist Tom LaRock opens enrollment for fall art school, studying 17th and 19th centuries

Alongside the start of a new school year, professional artist Tom LaRock is also launching a new semester of art classes at his LaRock Art School in The Woodlands. His fall semester of art classes begins Sept. 12 and runs through Dec. 9 at LaRock Art School at 701 Sawdust …

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How do thrift stores set prices? Long-Time Volunteer Reveals Insider Secrets

Written for Daily Hive by Jan Wintonyk, a voluntary non-profit thrift store who has spent hundreds of hours appraising, sorting and appraising second-hand goods and antiques. Many people volunteer at nonprofit thrift stores, donating their time and expertise to create a source of income for their favorite charities. Many of …

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Oil paintings by Tulpanov, Van Loo and Eastman Johnson will headline Ahlers & Ogletree’s online auction, August 25-27

Large oil on canvas painting by Igor Tulpanov (Russian-American born 1939), measuring 36 inches by 59 ½ inches (minus frame), a colorful and vibrant surreal work titled Samurai (est. $35,000-$55,000). Oil on canvas portrait painting by Jean Baptiste Van Loo (French 1684-1745), a three-quarter length painting of Madame Marie Justine …

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‘Out of Place’ opens today at Blanden | News, Sports, Jobs

The Blanden Memorial Art Museum opens a new exhibition for young artist Taylor Laufersweiler on Saturday. An opening reception will be held today from 2-4:30 p.m., with an artist talk scheduled around 3 p.m. The reception is open to the public. Taylor Laufersweiler is a Fort …

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Things”, “Paintings by Claire McConaughy”, “Small Stories by Tilly Woodward”, Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art – KC STUDIO

“Body and Soul”, Andrew Watel, 2022, Pastel on paper, 60″ x45″ In their concurrent exhibitions at the Sherry Leedy Gallery, three artists of very different work manage to strike a similar chord – that of memory and its felt experiences. Andrew Watel’s “Things” exhibition is an astonishing testimony to the …

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In the footsteps of Cézanne in Provence | Travel

Ohey cow! It’s hot in Aix-en-Provence. There, summer invades the senses – the bright light, the prickly pines, the mercury pushing 38C. Each fountain in front of which you pass murmurs an invitation to jump in. Every sidewalk cafe seems to catch up with you, begging you to sit down. …

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Painting Without Brushes: Jon Byrer’s “Puddle Paintings” at Camden Library

CAMDEN – Camden Public Library will host Midcoast visual artist Jon Byrer for an exhibition of his signature “Puddle Paintings” in the Picker Room Gallery, August 2-30. The exhibition is an opportunity for the community to see a large collection of Byrer’s work in person and find out what makes …

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The art of Beatriz Milhazes

If the paintings can evoke the seasons, the works of Beatriz Milhazes evoke summer. His glorious depictions of plants and abstract shapes shimmer with the warmth of a sunny afternoon. Its colors range from fiery reds and azure blues to the dusty yellows of late August grass, dancing from shape …

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Top 5 Painters Who Create The Best Optical Illusion Paintings

Optical illusion art: The optical illusion plays with your eyes and your mind. It makes you assume something that doesn’t exist. You and your brain are puzzled because you want to believe your eyes but you can’t. The optical illusion paintings that made their fingers chew are created by these …

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Rogue Valley Art Galleries: July 29 – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

Discover works in a variety of mediums in the “Summertime” exhibition, such as this “Summer Somersault” photograph by Roy Musitelli, on display throughout August at the Art du Jour gallery in Medford. See list. Courtesy Image American Trails: The gallery, located at the Columbia Hotel, 250 E. Main St., Ashland, …

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Marjorie Grim | Obituaries | bdemo.com

Marjorie Grim passed away from this life to join her husband, Bill, on July 22. She was born on March 22, 1930 in Scotland Co., Missouri to Lee Roy and Dorothy (Wells) Luther. After graduating from Bloomfield High School, she trained as a nurse and earned her nursing cap in …

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Elroy “Roy” Folstad – InForum

Elroy Conrad Folstad, 85, died July 18, 2022 at Essentia Health in Fargo with his wife and daughter by his side. Roy (as he was known) was born March 9, 1937 at his home in Hendrum, MN to Manfred and Tillie (Dybing) Folstad. He grew up in Shelly, MN where …

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The subtle verbs of Lee Lozano | Curly

At Lee Lozano’s Lean (1966), a coarse brushstroke repeatedly draws through thick oil paint, color gushing out in raised rows resembling corduroy. It is part of a meditative group of five paintings, all with verbs as titles: End (1966), Stuff (1965), twirl (1964), and Swap (1966). Each depicts one or …

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“First they send a ballerina. Then they send a tank’ – The Irish Times

Stas Zhalobnyuk, a 45-year-old artist, offers us in his kitchen bread with sunflower seeds and dates, goat cheese, ginger and lime tea during an air raid. “It’s the safest place because the walls are concrete and there are no windows,” he explains. Zhalobnyuk says he is “madly in love” for …

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Art Center Promotes Exhibits and Classes – Estes Park Trail-Gazette

On display “From Creation – Natural Inspiration” featuring fiber art by member artist Mary Blanche Morse and guest artist Cari Cook is on display. The FACE of Fiber Show, featuring fiber artists from across the country, is also open to the public. Fiber art at its finest on display by …

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Auction of Colonel Benjamin Stephenson’s house runs until October 6

Stephenson House is gearing up for another online antiques and collectables auction this year. An on-site auction originally took place for over 15 years each October, but with COVID-19 Stephenson House moved to an online-only auction. The auction started on March 9 and will end on October 6. Those who …

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Marc Chagall’s market has proven surprisingly resilient in times of economic turbulence. Will the trend continue?

Earlier this month, Christie’s held a special auction of works by Marc Chagall ahead of its 20th and 21st Century evening sales in London and Paris. Treasure of freshly marketed works shipped direct from the artist’s estate exceeded expectations, fetching £9.7million ($11.9 million) and exceeding its high estimate before sale …

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Rinitawa Art Exhibit opens in a big way

A crowd of over 80 guests enjoyed the artwork. The Rinitawa Art Gallery is now officially open and home to Woodville Art and History’s seventh art exhibit. It was blessed at a dawn rally on June 24 and officially opened by Mayor Tracey Collis at 6:30 p.m. in front of …

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‘A Lifetime Collection’: Native American Artifacts And Other Collectibles To Be Auctioned At Medora – The Dickinson Press

DICKINSON – For 60 years, Steve Yost has collected Native American artifacts and has 230 frames featuring various arrowheads, from beads to bone working tools. Among its collection, Yost also has antique kerosene lamps, original oil paintings, and hundreds of Native American and Western history books and more. Although he’s …

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Longtime Kalispell artist shares his ‘places and memories’

Phillips Studio & Gallery is hosting a special exhibition of paintings by Kalispell artist Marsha Davis. “Places & Memories” is a collection of some of Davis’ favorite places to paint. She has made it her mission to capture some of the spectacular beauty of these places by repainting, revisiting and …

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Climate protesters cling to National Gallery artwork | Just stop the oil

Just Stop Oil supporters have again glued themselves to a major work of art in a major British gallery, a day after they invaded the track at Silverstone and disrupted the British Grand Prix. Just before 2.30pm, two young campaign supporters broke through a rope barrier keeping the public in …

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Trip to Dallas-Fort Worth: Our 15-year-old granddaughter thinks it’s “cool” Texas

If you’re an engaged, grungy resident of the Pacific Northwest, it’s easy—almost automatic—to dismiss Texas as an extraordinarily dry, hot, and culturally oppressive place best avoided, especially in the summer. Our two granddaughters live with their parents in Portland. Recently, we decided to take the eldest daughter, who is 15, …

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Obituary: Ruth Braly | SierraSun.com

Ruth BralyPhoto provided July 3, 1931 – April 15, 2022 Ruth Ellen Braly was born on July 3, 1931 in San Francisco, California. She died on April 15, 2022, surrounded by her children following surgery. Ruth is survived by her two sons, John “LJ” Braly of Seaside, California. and Edmund …

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PC recording time | An unknown talent arose, turned into a business

WHEAT – Although she had no previous training in art, Lalonda Baker found a passion for it and subsequently led her to open Fine Art Framing, where she paints and frames, inspired by her life experiences and her firm faith in God. Baker, in addition to working as a receptionist …

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PTSD Awareness Month: These color-by-number apps can help you manage stress and anxiety

When was the last time you held or used a coloring book? Coloring is often considered an activity for children, but it is also something quite useful for adults, especially when it comes to taking care of your mental health. Coloring these days doesn’t mean you have to go buy …

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Van Gogh’s Intimate Exhibit Dedicated to His Final Years Lands at Minneapolis Institute of Art

Iconic painter Vincent van Gogh was a man of nature – but his love for the natural went beyond just a passing interest or phase in his creative career. “Van Gogh struggled with mental illness all his life and obviously he was very troublesome with people and much preferred solitary …

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Searching for Healing in Post-War Art

Franciszka Themerson, “Topography of Aloneness” (1962), oil on canvas, 48 ​​× 72 inches (all photos Olivia McEwan/Hyperallergic) LONDON — We often think of stalwart names like Graham Sutherland or Paul Nash when we think of British war artists. Postwar Modern: New Art in Britain 1945-1965 at the Barbican, however, was …

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Chinese Calligraphy and Painting Challenge Calls for Entries Worldwide

The Chinese Bridge Chinese Proficiency Competition – Calligraphy and Painting Challenge 2022 is calling for applications from Chinese language lovers around the world. The challenge provides a chance for Chinese language enthusiasts around the world to meet new friends, show off their artistic talents and deepen their understanding of traditional …

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The Day – Familiar Places Through Artists’ Eyes: Lyman Allyn Exhibit Features Works From Art Colony Mystic

Charles H. Davis probably didn’t know what he was getting into when he moved to Mystic in 1891 after a decade of painting in France. The newly arrived artist taught local students while continuing to paint, with shifting cloudscapes among his specialties. Soon, other artists join him, fascinated by the …

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Edward Thomas Murdock | News, Sports, Jobs

Our hero, our Rock of Gibraltar, our dad Edward Thomas Murdock passed through the happy hunting ground on Saturday May 28, 2022 at 11:10 p.m. to find his sweetheart who died 11 years earlier. Dad was born October 10, 1925 to Edward Teancum Murdock and Bertha …

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All you need to know about Brihanmumbai Municipality Headquarters

BMC ELECTIONS 2022: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has one of the most iconic office buildings. The building is an amalgamation of Venetian Gothic architecture and Indo-Saracenic architecture, because at the time the building was under construction, oriental substances and elements were fashionable. The building was designed by Frederick William …

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Abingdon Arts Depot: Paintings by Empowered Women, Pottery Fundraising and Early Member Exhibits | Arts and theater

Report contributed The Abingdon Arts Depot recently hosted new exhibitions which will run until July 9, with an exhibition in Katie Murphy’s Spotlight Gallery featuring paintings by empowered women, a pottery fundraiser by artist Rick Morgan as well a quilt raffle exhibit by Holston Mountain Artists, and three new exhibits …

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Exhibits for June 9 | Arts

Editor’s Note: Exhibits shares information about exhibits on screen or online in Charlottesville and Albemarle, Buckingham, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, Madison, Nelson and Orange counties. Articles must be received by noon Friday for next week’s issue. Include the opening and closing dates of your exhibit and a phone number the public …

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marlene dumas explores human emotions and the concepts of ‘opening’ and ‘ending’ at palazzo grassi

Beginnings and endings South African artist Marlene Dumas thinks a lot about beginnings, endings, and the cyclicality between the two. As she ponders what ties her body of work together – a single description, the singular entity of emotion, or even just a hook to lull her audience into what …

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At Restaurant Monastère on rue Granby, doors and hearts are still open after 39 years – The Virginian-Pilot

NORFOLK – Granby Street is teeming with sports cars and revelers rushing to bars this Sunday evening. Near the corner with Charlotte Street stands a dark red brick building with medieval doors and a wine-colored canopy. He is Business as usual inside Monastery Restaurant, one of the oldest businesses in …

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Ten-year-old prodigy Andres Valencia evokes George Condo, Picasso, in vibrant paintings, including contemporary visceral ‘Guernica’ in the face of Ukraine invasion

Andres Valencia poses in his studio in San Diego, California, his painting, ‘The Invasion of Ukraine’ for … [+] his right. Elsa Valencia A wide eye cries over a Ukrainian flag emblazoned with a broken heart and bullet casings, drawing our gaze to the upper left corner of a monumental …

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Painter Lindsay Adams’ Perfect Day in DC

Placeholder while loading article actions In DC Dream Day, we ask our favorite people in the area to tell us how they would spend a perfect day in the District. Painter Lindsay Adams uses his art as a way to challenge narratives of race and representation, while questioning one’s own …

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A coast-to-coast quest to paint, listen, heal | Valley life

The heart-shaped pillow in a Facebook photo warned Josena Wilhelm that her friend had survived a medical condition. The social media post mentioned a one-year anniversary. “Immediately when I saw the heart pillow I knew she had had open heart surgery,” Wilhelm said of her discovery while browsing Facebook a …

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Dickson paintings for Dublin, courtesy of McKee

Last month, Hugh Lane Gallery’s Barbara Dawson visited a studio on a quiet street in north Brooklyn. Its host was the abstract expressionist Rodney Dickson, two of whose paintings will be exhibited later this year at Hugh Lane, which is owned by the city of Dublin. In 2021, a major …

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Whit Harris Launches Water Carriers at Lauren Powell Projects in Los Angeles

Whit Harris in front of his site-specific project at Lauren Powell Projects in Los AngelesLauren Powell Projects Whit Harris, “Old Bay”, 2022, oil on canvas, 24 x 18 inches Photo credit: Off PhotographyLauren Powell Projects Lauren Powell Projects is delighted to present its third exhibition water carriers, Brooklyn-born and based …

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After the blockbuster Morozov collection, the Louis Vuitton Foundation inaugurates 2 new major exhibitions

Simon Hantaï, Tabula, [Paris]1980 Acrylic on canvas, 297 x 266 cm Private collection © Archives Simon Hantaï / ADAGP, Paris 2022 © Fondation Louis Vuitton / David Bordes Megan Rooney, With Sun (detail), 2022 House paint, acrylic, spray can, grease pencil, pastel, pencil Painting in situ, gallery 8, Fondation Louis …

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Texas philanthropist’s art collection fetches $363.1 million at auction

A Dozen Works of Art from the Late Texas Philanthropist’s Collection Bass by Anne Hendricks fetched $363.1 million at a recent New York auction. Auction house Christie’s originally expected the collection to fetch at least $250 million, about $113 million less than the actual take. The $363.1 million total equates …

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Here’s How to Make Olive Oil Like an Ancient Egyptian

This article was originally published on The conversation and has been republished under Creative Commons. Oliving oil was one of the main commodities of the ancient Mediterranean. Alongside wine, cereals and perhaps also cheese in some regions, it enveloped and permeated Canaanite, Phoenician, Greek and Roman cultures, and was present …

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Vietnamese restaurant Hue opens its doors in its new building with a new outlook

The vintage Honda motorcycle on display, the kind that has flooded the streets of Vietnam for decades, is a sign that Vietnamese restaurant Hue is doing things differently these days. Hue opened its new Bay View location last week, two doors down from the original restaurant. It opened in 2010, …

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Art|Basel Hong Kong 2022. Blindspot Gallery

Lam Tung Pang presents his potted city series (2022), his latest body of wood panel paintings depicting mountains and cityscapes condensed into a potted domestic bonsai tree. Reflecting on the scale of his microscopic self against the monumental world, the artist embraces feelings of nostalgia and loss while preparing for …

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Christie’s 21st Contemporary Art Evening Sale Reaches $103 Million with Strong Asian Presence | Auctions News | THE VALUE

On Tuesday night, Christie’s New York held a 21st Century White Glove Evening Sale, 100% sold. With the emergence of rising stars of art and top-notch artwork by Gerhard Richter, the sale brought in a total of US$103 million. Before the sale began, two lots by Basquiat, including his 1982 …

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We Asked Babylon’s Latest Fall Player – Why?

Just in case you’re one of the 7.753 billion people who don’t currently play The fall of Babylon – you might be wondering what exactly this is and why we talked to the last player standing. The game (which came out about two months ago) wasn’t exactly received with fanfare …

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Watch Now: The Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit Comes to Wisconsin | Arts and Theater

“Immersive Van Gogh,” the animated art exhibit that has gained popularity nationwide, is coming to the Madison area in November. The exhibition will take place at the Greenway Station shopping centre, 1651 Deming Way, Middleton, from November 24 to January 8, organizer Lighthouse Immersive announced on Thursday. Tickets start at …

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Gas cylinder painted near lotus symbol as BJP-Cong spar reaches Jamnagar walls

In order to counter the BJP’s campaign of painting its election symbols on the walls of Jamnagar city, the Congress has started drawing paintings of items which have become more expensive under BJP rule on the walls where the symbol of the lotus is painted. The BJP had launched its …

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Mainer who helped design classic 1950s cars in Detroit still creating 70 years later

ARUNDEL, Maine – In 1954, Millinocket native Allen “Rod” Williams graced the pages of the Bangor Daily News when he was hired by Ford to help design automobiles in Detroit. At the time, Williams was 23, fresh out of the US Navy, and had no formal design training. He was, …

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Art & Wine Walk: Downtown event returns Friday, May 6

Here are the stores participating in the Friday Art & Wine Walk, and the featured artists: • Rosewood Furniture Gallery – 1607 Main Jordan Willinger – Ceramics, mixed media and paintings • This hipster place – 1519 Main Sage Martinez – Photography • Kustom Floor Designs – 1515 Main Dan …

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Art Notes, April 27 – Sandpaper

BE STILL: An oil painting of sunflowers is a new work by Nadine Yura, currently on display at the Burr Street Library in Barnegat. (Photo courtesy of Ocean County Library) Evocative: The work of award-winning artist Nadine Yura is on display at the Barnegat Branch of the Ocean County Library …

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Blue Moon Gallery celebrates its anniversary with new exhibitions

Blue Moon Gallery celebrates its three-year anniversary in April after pivoting and adjusting throughout 2021 and surviving the operational challenges of the pandemic, including mask mandates and capacity limits. Since opening in April 2019, the gallery has supported over 110 regional artists by extensively promoting their work with juried artist …

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Paintings, stone axes repatriated to Peru during a ceremony in Los Angeles

Kristi Koons Johnson, deputy director in charge of the FBI’s Los Angeles field office, right, hosts a repatriation ceremony with representatives from the U.S. Department of State, U.S. Attorney’s Office, Consul General of the Peruvian consulate in Los Angeles and the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) will return cultural …

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BU grad student tackles female objectification with art exhibit in South Boston – The Daily Free Press

Eva Lewis, an upcoming Fine Arts graduate in painting from Boston University, is currently exhibiting her work at the LaiSun Keane Gallery in the SoWa Art and Design District near South Boston. Boston University MFA candidate Eva Lewis and her work at the LaiSun Keane Gallery. This is the first …

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Claims about tax on menstrual products in Germany are outdated

Copyright AFP 2017-2022. All rights reserved. Several social media posts have shared a claim that vintage goods in Germany are subject to a 19% tax while books are taxed at 7%, leading to a company packing stamps into a book in order to circumvent the higher tax rate. The request, …

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Woody Guthrie—People Are the Song, at the Morgan Library and Museum in New York

The career and legacy of folk singer Woody Guthrie (1912-1967) is the subject of a major exhibition at New York’s Morgan Library, on view through May 22. As the exhibit notes, Guthrie was one of the most influential songwriters and artists in American history. His active career lasted just 15 …

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Arts and mindfulness merge at ZAM Fest

Yoga for kids at ZAM Fest. Photo courtesy of the City of Port St. Lucie. .jpg Stretch, breathe, and explore an artistic experience at Zen, Arts, Mindfulness (ZAM) Fest at the MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Event Center in Port St. Lucie on April 23-24. Previously called Treasure Coast Arts & Mindfulness …

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Ambitious collective exhibition

Fourteen artists from diverse backgrounds and art forms have come together for the first time to make a collaborative exhibition titled Memory which celebrated its opening night on April 5 and will run through April 29, 2022 at the Bophana Center. According to exhibition organizer Sou Kimsan, his motive for …

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Obituary: Norman S. Uhler (December 31, 1928 ~ April 5, 2022)

Norman Sleeter Uhler, 93, completed his heavenly journey to reside with our Lord on April 5, 2022. At his passing, he was residing at Col. Robert L. Howard State Veterans Home, Pell City. Norman Sleeter Uhler A celebration of life will be held at Alabama National Cemetery, Montevallo, Alabama, at …

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symbiopsychotaxiplasm at Nicodim Gallery, NYC (Video + Photo Story)

Symbiopsychotaxiplasm, Installation view, Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles. Courtesy of the artist and Nicodim Gallery. symbiopsychotaxiplasm at the Nicodim Gallery March 10 – April 14, 2022 All images courtesy of Nicodim Gallery Participating artists: Aviva Silverman, Astrid Terrazas, Daisy Parris, Devin N Morris, Drake Carr, Marisa Takal, Frieda Toranzo Jaeger, Jesse …

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Enter an art exhibition with the planet and climate at its heart

The Wave by Julia Elliott Next Saturday (April 9) will see the opening of the Royal Tunbridge Wells Art Society’s popular spring exhibition, which includes paintings on the subject of our planet and climate change. Eileen Leahy discovers more… The Signal Box by Mary Harris The new exhibition runs from …

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True-to-Nature Plein-Air Painting in Europe exhibition to be held at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge

A new exhibition titled True to Nature will run at the Fitzwilliam Museum from Tuesday May 3 through Monday August 29. Stormy Sea Beside a Jetty by Carl Frederik Sorensen (1818-1879) The exhibition brings together, for the first time, more than 120 outdoor luminous paintings from the remarkable collections of …

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Two painters share a community of supportive peers and new works

Abigail Pennington Seniors Mallory Stowe and Abigail Pennington spent a lot of time on the fifth floor of Siegfred Hall, where their painting studios became creative ports for their art and friendship. Now, the two Ohio University seniors are putting the finishing touches on their senior thesis projects and preparing …

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What’s happening in central Jersey this weekend and beyond (April 1-7)

WHAT’S GOING ON? Here’s a small sample of events in the area that you might want to check out in the coming days. Visit the venues’ websites to learn more about current COVID-19 safety measures. American Repertory Ballet will premiere “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” this weekend at the New Brunswick …

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“Visions of the heart” exhibited in Hamail

LAHORE: Shahnaz Akhtar’s painting exhibition ‘Visions of the Heart’ opened here at Hamail Art Gallery on Monday. Shahnaz is a visual artist specializing in oil painting and graphic design with a long career as an art teacher. Prof. Dr. Rahat Naveed Masud was the chief guest on the occasion. Shahnaz …

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Here’s the latest arts news you might have missed, plus things to do and see – 89.3 WFPL News Louisville

Every two weeks, LPM offers you the newsletter arts, culture, etc. It is full of artistic and cultural news from the region, gives an update on things to do and see and, each week, introduces you to an artist from the community. Here is an excerpt from this week’s newsletter: …

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Works by Hockney, Simbari, Mouly and even Dr Seuss are in Ahlers & Ogletree from April 9-10 online…

Photo collage by British artist David Hockney (b. 1937) of a desk with a vase on top titled The Desk, July 1st (est. $60,000-$80,000). Hockney calls these collages “joiners.”Ahlers & Ogletree, Inc. ATLANTA, Georgia — A 1984 photographic collage by David Hockney, a monumental 19th-century Georgian facade, and a 17th-century …

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Good Deed Entertainment releases trailer for Charlotte

Even in times of great ugliness, there is a part of us that strives to grab hold of whatever beauty we can. Charlotte is one of those stories. The folks at Good Deed Entertainment have gifted us with the trailer for Charlotteas well as the synopsis below. CHARLOTTE is an …

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Here’s what you need to know about pouring paint | Livingston/Tangipahoa

Aspiring artists who are not adept at drawing or creating oil paintings or other traditional paintings, but want to create a personal, colorful and memorable piece of art, may want to try their hand to paint for, the subject of a recent class at the Livingston Parish Literacy and Technology …

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The example of Constable and his striking sketches

By FRANK WHALLEY John Constable’s The Hay Wain – this painting of a cart laden with hay rolling across a ford – is the epitome of rural nostalgia and is reproduced endlessly. It is indeed a great painting with its superb composition, color and technical mastery. But he’s probably most …

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Google Doodle celebrates the 200th birthday of French artist Rosa Bonheur

Google honors the achievements of Rosa Bonheur. google Two centuries ago, educational opportunities for women in the art world were limited. But art seemed to be in Rosa Bonheur’s blood. Born into a family of painters, the French artist drew with pencil and paper before she could speak. With the …

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Dunmow Art Group holds its first exhibition in three years

An artistic group is preparing to organize an exhibition after a long absence of three years. The Dunmow Art Group is holding an exhibition in April, after the Covid-19 pandemic forced a three-year hiatus. Visitors can come and see the work of the members of the art group, as well …

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Sandra Taylor Obituary – The Daily Ardmoreite

Sandra Taylor, of Ardmore, OK, passed away peacefully on March 10, 2022. She was 83 years old. Sandra was born in Oklahoma City on May 6, 1938 to the late James and Delma (Bartlett) Garrigan. Sandra was brought up under the influence of her parents’ art and music performing in …

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Ann Warner is one of 24 artists exhibiting at the art show

Once again, the Washington Art Association will host the annual Art Show and Sale on Sunday, March 28 from 2-5 p.m. The exhibition was canceled last year due to Covid. Artists have had a long time to produce beautiful paintings and other works of art. Ann Warner of Warnerton has …

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Dive into Layla Andrews’ new exhibition at Brixton Village

Women’s empowerment forms the backbone of Andrews’ exhibition, its title deriving from the saying ​“a woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle”. “A woman can live a full, happy and successful life without a man,” she says. ​“Having only been raised by women, this has always rang …

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Where to buy art prints: Saatchi Art, Etsy, Minted, etc.

Whether you’re sprucing up your living room or decorating a new place, art can do a lot for your walls and vibes. However, knowing where to buy fine art prints can be the first sticking point in starting your collection, as traditional art galleries can be daunting, especially if you …

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Minneapolis artist chosen to create 2022 State Fair memorial art

March 1 – The Minnesota State Fair announced Tuesday morning that Minneapolis artist Leslie Barlow has been selected to create the official memorial art for the 2022 Minnesota State Fair. Barlow is known for her life-size oil paintings, which were featured in a summer and fall 2021 exhibition at the …

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The art of Holocaust survivor Maria Frank Abrams on display at the Cascadia Art Museum from March 3

Samson, 1965. Oil on canvas. Abrams Family Collection. The Cascadia Art Museum, in cooperation with the Holocaust Center for Humanity, presents a new exhibition “A Luminous Journey: The Art of Maria Frank Abrams”, from March 3 to July 10. Maria Frank Abrams (1924-2013) was one of Seattle’s most accomplished artists. …

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Meet the Norwich doctor whose NHS portraits have gone viral

Published: 15:07 February 26, 2022 When not tending to patients in the hospital, a young doctor can be found with her brushes in hand. Lena Ibrahim, 23, from Hethersett, created portraits of health workers to relax after stressful shifts at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. The University of East Anglia …

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