Oil Paintings

The Westerly artists’ cooperative gallery presents the February 2022 exhibition: “Environment – Between sea and sky”

As the Artists’ Cooperative Gallery of Westerly (ACGOW) celebrates its 30and year as a thriving cooperative gallery, it recognizes and appreciates the beauty of its supportive community and beautiful natural surroundings. The breathtaking coastline of Rhode Island and Connecticut provides the perfect subjects for artists year-round. It’s the perfect time …

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Making Waves: Artist Danielle Eubank Captures the World’s Oceans on Canvas | News

Talk about having sea legs: For the past 20 years, artist Danielle Eubank has sailed the world’s oceans and captured the experiences in abstract paintings that delve into the beauty, unpredictability and drama of open water. “Boundless,” an exhibit largely made up of recent ocean paintings by Eubank, is on …

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National Endowment for the Humanities announces $ 24.7 million in new grants

A “living history museum” based on the life of Dred Scott, the digitization of books and manuscripts scattered from the Philippines in the 18th century, a Cherokee translation effort and an exhibition on the history of jazz and hip-hop in Queens, NY, are among 208 projects across the country receiving …

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Get that warm, fuzzy feeling – in your home

The transition from summer to winter triggers a primitive response of nesting, cocooning and hibernation. Thoughts turn to simple pleasures: the crackle of an open fire or curling up under cashmere with a book. While the Scandinavians talk about hygge, the Japanese have ikigai, to do something that brings pleasure …

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Crescent City Auction Gallery to host major winter goods auction, online and live in New Orleans, January 21-22

Paintings by renowned New Orleans artists will be directed by an oil on canvas painting by Clementine Hunter (1887-1987), titled Hauling Cotton, signed lower right (estimate: $ 3,000 – $ 5,000). Oil on canvas by Sir George Clausen (British, 1852-1944), titled The Wave (1892), signed lower right and signed and …

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New starts: Paul Barlow, Judge Harminder, Osamu Kobayashi, Andrew Luk. Blind Spot Gallery

New beginnings is a group exhibition of four artists based in different cities working in the wider field of painting and abstraction, including works by Paul Barlow, Harminder Judge, Osamu Kobayashi and Andrew Luk. Painting in the manner of the sculptor, the builder, the gardener and the designer, these artists …

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“Travel Wisely” in Art – Waupaca County Post

“Tree in Pomerania” is an oil on linen canvas by Kevin Knopp. It will be part of an exhibit at the Alexander House in Port Edwards. The show “Beyond the Surface” premieres January 14. Knopp paints beyond the surface By Robert Cloud Artist Kevin Knopp wants those who view his …

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Return to the Renaissance – and beyond – The Friday Times

Large pieces of literature create images in the minds of readers. Even if you’ve never been to a place, through the pages of fiction, you can visit big cities imagined by master storytellers. We can visualize St Petersburg by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Dublin by Jams Joyce, Lucknow by Quratulain Hyder, Bombay …

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Bill Caldwell: Robert Higgs was known as a gentleman-artist | Local news

Mention the artists of Joplin and many will remember Thomas Hart Benton. Yet Joplin was home to another painter: the talented watercolorist Robert Higgs, who was instrumental in founding the Ozark Artists Guild, which would later become the Spiva Center for the Arts. Robert E. Higgs was born in Anderson …

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Five minutes with… Dr. W. Baxter Perkinson Jr.

At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. W. Baxter Perkinson Jr. entered a new phase of his painting and began working with acrylic paints, which he poured onto canvas and manipulated by rotating the surface. ASH DANIEL Question: How did you get started painting and what can you tell …

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