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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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Art Gallery: Yes to Oil Paintings, No to Oil Funding – Grist

It’s Thursday February 24 and a prestigious art gallery is breaking with BP. London’s National Portrait Gallery, or NPG, announced on Tuesday that it would end a long-standing and controversial partnership with an oil giant. NPG’s sponsorship deal with BP will end in December, the museum said in a press …

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Columbia Pictures Torch Lady logo inspired by a photo of a woman dressed in sheets and holding a lamp

MGM has its roaring lion, Universal Studios has its distant image of planet Earth and Paramount has a snow-capped mountain – but none is more iconic than Columbia Pictures’ ‘Torch Lady’, whose flame has lit the path for moviegoers since 1924 . The untold origin story behind the modern logo …

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10 of the best things to do in and around Seattle this week

Welcome to the last full week of the month, folks! As spring draws closer and closer and the sun shines longer every day, there is more and more to discover around the city. So here are 10 of the best things to do in and around Seattle this week. The …

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Painter Michael Armitage: “Goya is a haunting presence”

Francisco de Goya has more than once shaken up the artistic life of Michael Armitage. Armitage first met the old Spanish master on a trip to Madrid in his late teens. Knowing nothing of his dates or his work, he surmised that Goya’s ‘Black Paintings’ – a visceral cycle of …

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Synthesizers as art

Synthesizers as art From oil paintings to redesigns and miniature models 02/17/22 After taking a look at synth cakes, it’s only fitting that Roland recently posted about synthesizers as art. There are many examples in their blog post of digital illustrations, oil paintings, models, and redesigns that all draw inspiration …

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Famous West Belfast entertainer Dan O’Neill returns home

THIS summer will see the first exhibition in 70 years of works by West Belfast artist Dan O’Neill. Taking place at the Farmleigh Gallery in Dublin, the exhibition is curated by art historian Karen Reihill who published a monograph on the artist on the centenary of his birth in 2020. …

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The future of art is black

Esther Ajayi, a DePaul senior specializing in animation, runs around the room showing off her sketchbooks full of black doodles and figures, pulling more art from under the bed to expose layers of charcoal sketches and oil paintings. hidden oil. There are acrylic paintings on canvas, denim jackets with handmade …

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AMWA’s Unrivaled Anschutz Collection and the Tycoon Behind It

Although oil initially fueled the Anschutz family fortune, followed by real estate and ranching, Philip has branched out into an astonishing array of businesses. These include railroads, telecommunications, professional sports teams and arenas, entertainment districts, concerts, music festivals and ticketing, newspapers, historic resort hotels, cinemas and production film, the Grammy …

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June Powell-Powers “Junebug” | Obituary

June Powell-Powers “Junebug” March 10, 1929 – December 27, 2021. June Powers, former resident of Reading, Massachusetts (age 92), died December 27, 2021 in Port Charlotte, Florida. June was born March 10, 1929 in Melrose, Massachusetts, to Natalie and Harold Powell. She also had a brother, Robert Powell, and they …

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Reset password What if I forgot my password? If you forgot your password, use the link on the login button to take you to the login page. Type your e-mail address and click on the “continue with e-mail” button. An email will be sent to you with instructions to reset …

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Searsport News – Waldo County VillageSoup

[email protected] 441-7810 As we watch the snow fall in February and consider clipping our trackers to venture onto the ice outside our door, there are many interesting Zoom and online events happening that might pique your interest. At the Museum On Friday lunchtimes in February on Facebook and YouTube, Peek …

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One of Bruce Duncanson’s legacies was the creation of the Manitoulin Transport logo

Bruce Duncanson’s original artwork from 1960 has served the company for over 60 years. SILVER WATER – The memory and works of the late Bruce Duncanson will always be synonymous with Manitoulin Transport, as it was Mr. Duncanson who created and painted the company’s well-known logo many years ago. Doug …

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Rare Franz Marc painting smuggled out of Nazi Germany to be auctioned for £35m

A rare painting by Franz Marc smuggled out of Nazi Germany and sold to director William Dieterle in 1940 to prevent it from being destroyed as ‘degenerate art’ is to be auctioned off for £35m after the artwork has been returned to the family of the original owner The oil …

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Allen Sanjenko Obituary (1939 – 2022) – Prince Albert, SK

The family of Allen “Al” Sanjenko announces his passing on January 23, 2022 at the Herb Basset Home. Al was born April 27, 1939 in Prince Albert, growing up and beginning his career in the immediate area. He worked alongside his father in construction and was employed by Federated Co-op …

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At Dallas Contemporary, the Kabakovs defy convention by exploring art history

Internationally renowned in the art world, Ilya and Emilia Kabakov have worked together for over 30 years. They are associated with Neo-Conceptualism, an art movement that took off in the 1980s and 1990s, although Ilya himself was part of an earlier variant known as Moscow Conceptualism in the 1970s, in …

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Online auction hits record price for Miller Brittain painting

Mario Brideau and Liz Isaac with Figures on the Beach, which sold for $330,000, a Canadian record for a work by Miller Brittain. (Submitted by Mario Brideau) An online auction has set a new record for an oil painting by famed Saint John artist Miller Gore Brittain. When the one-week …

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Wood as medium and subject: Don Green exhibits sculpture and landscape images in a solo show at Artworks | Arts

Green’s appreciation for natural form is evident in the grain of the wood, which he constantly emphasizes. At the same time, he performs numerous manipulations to shape and polish his wooden elements according to his own aesthetic intentions. Green tends to favor slightly rounded shapes that resemble eggs or stones …

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Mixed-media painting by Thornton Dial (1928-2016) fetches $84,700 at Ahlers & Ogletree auction,…

Painting and mixed media on canvas by Thornton Dial (American, 1928-2016), titled Struggling Tiger (The Tiger Penned In) titled on verso, 60 inches by 60 inches ($84,700).Ahlers & Ogletree, Inc. ATLANTA, Ga. – A mixed media painting by Thornton Dial (American, 1928-2016) titled tiger in trouble (1991) sold for $84,700, …

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THE SMALL DETAILS: Artist Preserves Memories in Small Portraits – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

Special for Democrat NATCHEZ – “Tokens of Memory: The Miniature Portrait Project” is an ongoing collaborative work between young Cuban artist Danco Robert Duportai and Stacy Conde of Conde Contemporary Art Gallery. The exhibition, which will take place in 2023 at Conde Contemporary in Natchez, will present an extensive collection …

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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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HSNY sponsors the watchmaking exhibition in art

The cover of the Watchmaking catalog in Art. Around 1780-1785, the image is from an oil on canvas … [+] painting of Catherine Gates Willard, the first wife of Boston watchmaker Aaron Willard. It is on loan from Robert Cheney and the Willard House & Clock Museum. HSNY, Bob Frishman …

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“Your willpower should be an inspiration to others”: How these four artists flourish during the ups and downs of the creative journey

Launched in 2014, PhotoSparks is a weekly column of Your story, with photographs that celebrate the spirit of creativity and innovation. In the previous 565 articles, we have presented a Art Festival, cartoon gallery. world music festival, telecoms fair, millets fair, climate change exhibition, wildlife conference, boot festival, Diwali rangoli, …

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Ready for a change, Balboa Island resident quits corporate life and opens eclectic gallery

Instead of hopping on the freeway every morning, Kim Rossall, a resident of Balboa Island, now drives her golf cart to work on Agate Avenue in her hometown. Rossall decided it was time to take a step back from her pressured career in the corporate world when she began the …

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100 designs by late watch designer Gerald Genta up for auction – Robb Report

For the first time since his death ten years ago, famous watch designer Gerald Genta’s private safe is due to be opened and some of the treasures it contains will be auctioned off – with a twist. Sotheby’s has announced that it will offer 100 original drawings of the “Picasso …

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Holeman and Finch Public HouseNow open in Asheville, NC

The seating arrangement in the dining room at the newly opened – December 2 – Holeman and Finch Public House Asheville feels so intimate that strangers are inquiring about the dishes at the table next to theirs and friends spying on friends a table above their chair to exchange greetings …

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A gift of art is the gift that keeps on giving

Whether they live in a mansion or a maisonette, most people have a place to hang a beautiful piece of art – and as the pandemic has had such a negative impact on those in the creative sector, now is the time to support them. Irish artists when purchasing a …

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Dr Ram C. Gupta | Local death notices

March 1931 – December 2021 CROWN POINT, IN – Dr. Ram C. Gupta, 91, of Crown Point, Indiana, passed away peacefully on December 14, 2021 in Johns Creek, Georgia. He was born in March 1931 in Mithapur, India. He accomplished many family “firsts” over the course of his life – …

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“Surrealist Feminist” Opens at Dollhaus II with 30 Works by Staten Island Artist

For her first solo exhibition at the Dollhaus II, Tonya Knudsen has a collection of 30 oil paintings that have been completed over the past four years. The show “Surrealist Feminism” can be seen from Friday, December 17, with a vernissage from 4 pm to 9 pm. Residing in Staten …

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Expo presents the works of 43 artists | Kochi News

Thiruvananthapuram: The pandemic has caused major destruction of human life and ways of life. The sculpture by artist Aryanad Rajendran depicts the early days of the pandemic. The vertical sculpture represents the miseries caused by the pandemic to guest workers. The artist did his best to recreate these scenes, including …

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“Keep the learning curve always in place” – how these four artists stay on their creative path even during a pandemic

Launched in 2014, PhotoSparks is a weekly column of Your story, with photographs that celebrate the spirit of creativity and innovation. In the previous 560 posts, we have presented a Art Festival, cartoon gallery. world music festival, telecoms fair, millets fair, climate change exhibition, wildlife conference, boot festival, Diwali rangoli, …

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Peploe’s paintings sell for over £ 1million

Five paintings by Scottish colorist artist Samuel John Peploe have sold for over £ 1million. One of the works, a still life titled Roses And Fruit, sold for £ 735,000, well above the estimate of between £ 300,000 and £ 500,000. The auction, organized online Thursday by Lyon and Turnbull, …

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Artist John Moore has found beauty in aging infrastructure. Does America?

Is there beauty in decadence? Optimism in the face of aging buildings, bridges and buoys? Is there a philosophy to be elaborated in a composite oil painting on linen canvas of a twilight Maine sky seen through a block glass frame from an old factory in Philadelphia? If infrastructure is …

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10 glamorous destinations for a journey inspired by the “House of Gucci”

Metro Goldwyn Mayer Pictures There was a time when the name Gucci was synonymous with dynastic wealth, power and glamor. And then one of his descendants Maurizio, a grandson of the founder of the brand Guccio Gucci, wrested control of the family business from his relatives, lost it all to …

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The San Dieguito Art Guild to host its 10th annual Holiday Bazaar

San Dieguito Art Guild presents its 10th Annual Holiday Bazaar on Saturday, December 4, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Encinitas Community Center, 1140 Oakcrest Park Drive (corner of Encinitas Blvd and Balour), Encinitas. The San Dieguito Art Guild is a non-profit, 200-member, all-volunteer organization that operates the Off …

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From darkness to a bright future

The booming “Tangle of Revolution and Political Soul” exhibition at the Shanghai Space & Gallery Association explores the inner space of human turmoil, desires and worries, in the hope of finding a way out. fear so that we can regain our sovereignty, especially after the global pandemic. The exhibition is …

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Dune review: Denis Villeneuve’s adaptation of Frank Herbert’s sci-fi epic kicks off promisingly with largely satisfying opening act

If history is to be trusted, it was easier to bend space and time than to film Dune, Frank Herbert’s 1965 sci-fi classic, an epic and distant tale of rival space dynasties. , secret fraternities and new age prophets who cling to – and critics – the classic hero tale …

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Artist donates original paintings to the Timmins Museum to support Indigenous women

TIMMINS – When Molly McTiernan, Development and Marketing Coordinator at the Timmins Museum: National Exhibition saw the art of Johanne Lamarche, she was inspired. “It’s very deep. When you look at it, it’s abstract and it’s not just something typical that you see every day, ”McTiernan said. McTiernan met Lamarche …

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“Great Escapes USA: The Hotel Book” Presents 45 Resorts in 14 States | New

Travel accommodation often comes down to convenient stops on the line between point A and point B. But some hotels are the point, serving up more than a pillow needed for the night. In a new version, Taschen, the publisher of art books, highlights American hotels worthy of being destinations …

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WOMBO Dream AI Creates Vancouver Digital Art

Using word prompts and filters, AI generates entirely unique works of art in seconds! ?? When it comes to powering self-driving cars or keeping track of your every online purchase, AI – artificial intelligence – has a secondary role in artistic creation. WOMBO AI is a Canadian artificial intelligence company …

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Temple College professor is the “voice of passion” behind the Central Texas Art Competition

TEMPLE, Texas – There is a unique opportunity to see the innovative and inspiring work of young local artists from across the Central Texas area at Temple College. The 42nd annual Central Texas Art Competition and Exhibition is taking place at the Temple College Visual Arts Gallery through December 2, …

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The late grand gendarme | Apollo Review

Extract from the December 2021 issue of Apollo. Preview and subscribe here. What do we mean by “late” gendarme? It is simpler to speak of the late Turner, an artist who developed rapidly and lived to a very advanced age. With Constable, the situation is not so clear. First, due …

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Original Gerber Baby turns 95

(ABC4) – Oh baby! The Original Gerber Baby turns 95 today. Ann Turner Cook, retired English teacher and novelist, is the woman behind the iconic baby face who has been Gerber’s mascot since 1928. Gerber sent her greetings on her Facebook page. Gerber initially ran a New Face contest to …

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McLean Art Society showcases local art in Arlington

Dipali Rabadiya won first place for his painting “Eggs and Cups”, which was sold and claimed. This painting, also by Rabadiya, has a similar theme. The church service is held at Walker Chapel United Methodist Church on Glebe Road in Arlington on Sunday, November 14. Parishioners head to their community …

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Darlene Mae Richardson Langrudi | Avery

Darlene Mae Richardson Langrudi, 67, of Watha, North Carolina, died on Tuesday, November 9, 2021 at New Hanover Memorial Hospital. Darlene grew up in Elk Park before moving to Holly Ridge, NC to continue running the family business. In Holly Ridge, Darlene raised her two children with her husband while …

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Club News – Daily News from Newton

DAR At the October 9 meeting of the Grinnell Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution, eight members cleaned 40 to 50 works of art from the collection of the Center for Arts & Artists at 501 W. Third St. N. in Newton. The mission of the Arts and Artists Center …

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Halloween scares the community of Ithaca

During this Halloween season, and with most of the students returning to campus this semester, festive Halloween events have taken place all around campus for the week of Halloween. There was a Fall Fest at South Hill Elementary School that had food, music, and concessions. There was also a trick-or-tto …

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Chamber Collaborative Of Greater Portsmouth: Kennedy Gallery Presents Beacon – A Collection Of Original Work By Debbie Mueller

October 30, 2021 Throughout the month of November, the Kennedy Gallery is pleased to present BEACON – a collection of original oil paintings by Debbie Mueller, inspired by New England lighthouses. Lighthouses have captured our attention and hearts since their inception. They represent safety, arrival at home, a welcoming harbor, …

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