Oil Paintings

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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Spotlight: a new Zurich exhibition explores the power of the line through organic sculptures by Christiane Löhr and gestural paintings by Louis Soutter

Every month hundreds of galleries add newly available works from thousands of artists to the Artnet gallery network and every week we spotlight one artist you should know. Find out what we have in store and request more with a single click. About the artists: This two-artist exhibition in Dierking, …

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The National Gallery of Art acquires Faith Ringgold’s painting Flag is Bleeding: perhaps the museum’s “largest purchase of a contemporary work of art” since 1976

THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART (NGA) acquired “The American People Series # 18: The Flag is Bleeding” (1976), a major painting by Gold Faith Ring which makes a powerful political statement on American democracy and racism. The iconic painting was acquired directly from the artist’s collection with funds donated by …

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Iran’s impressive collection of Western art

23 October 2021 DAYS BEFORE Ebrahim Raisi, a die-hard cleric, won the Iranian presidential election in June, Tehran’s Contemporary Art Museum reopened to the public after a lengthy renovation. It created a strange juxtaposition. Mr. Raisi celebrates the decline of American influence; his Minister of Culture denounces “the deviation and …

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A trip to Bentonville, Arkansas – Sightlines

For some, getting in Austin’s car and driving all day to see art, means Marfa. But it could also mean Bentonville. Tucked away in the northwest corner of Arkansas, Bentonville is home to the owners of Walmart and their very impressive art collection, the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. …

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Barbara Winiarski – KC Obituary

Barbara Dvorak Winiarski, co-founder of Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars, artist, curator and philanthropist, passed away peacefully at her home in Napa Valley, Calif., On October 8, 2021. Barbara was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland, and spent her childhood summers near the shores of the Chesapeake Bay. Artist at heart, …

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World Class Recital for Lancaster Hospice

Sue McGraw, CEO of St John’s Hospice, with Heather and Edward Cowie. Performing music written between the 1660s and 2021s, Peter Sheppard Skærved performed beautifully on his 400 and 500 year old violins. He created two new pieces – one written by himself based on Heather’s paintings, and another written …

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Art memories

Taber Art Gallery reopens After being closed for more than 18 months due to the pandemic, the Taber Art Gallery at Holyoke Community College has reopened and now hosts the “Cosmology of the Body” exhibition by Northampton artist Anna Bayles Arthur. The 27 paintings and drawings by Arthur, who earned …

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Talented Flintshire Artist Chases Business Dream After Reaching Animal Extinction Competition Final

A talented artist from Flintshire has had success in a global conservation competition. Sonia Garner was one of the finalists shortlisted from 1,000 entries from 47 countries for the Explorers Against Extinction Sketch for Survival competition, raising awareness of catastrophic issues including habitat loss, illegal wildlife trade and climate change. …

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Spice of Life – The Brooklyn Rail

In sight Vito SchnabelSeptember 14 – October 30, 2021new York For the young, it seems that history is imminent, always at hand, oddly enough because of the joyous ignorance of the responsibility to make it. Or, if one has claims to become gloriously entrenched in Culture’s fossil record, these are …

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Astoria Art Walk: October 2021 | Coast weekend

ASTORIA – The Astoria Art Walk will take place on Saturday from noon to 8 p.m. Angi D Wildt Gallery, 106 10th St. Featuring fall and haunted art from 20 artists. Total Art, 395 11th Street. Tim Root’s work will be presented. ARTstoria Gallery, 1168, rue Commerciale, 2nd floor # …

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Are NFTs turning a new leaf for the artistic community?

Visual artist Heidi Taillefer experiments with NFTs and oil painting with a new series of works “Frogs” Marginal artsGabriela Vasquez-Rondon – Posted on October 3, 2021 5 minutes Heidi Taillefer explores cryptocurrency in her latest oil paintings and their NFT counterparts. Photo Stella Mazurek On Wednesday, September 29, Galerie Jano …

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Magee on Music: Americana Gothic

To find? Really, let me know. No Oil Paintings is a rowdy Americana four piece from Belfast. What am I doing writing about a band in Belfast when all I’m doing is messing them up normally? They have good bands and even some great bands and most of the funds …

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The artist weaves common elements in the work

Cartoon chickens made their way into Anita Burney’s heart. She believes that funny and fluffy boyfriends should be represented in art. His exhibited work features small creatures, as well as fresh-faced pumpkins, multidimensional art, steampunk art, watercolors, acrylic castings, doodle art and more. The McDonald County artist owns and operates …

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Eye on KELOLAND: The artists behind the utility boxes

SIOUX FALLS, SD (KELO) – The Sioux Falls art scene continues to expand, especially downtown where works of art are popping up around every corner. Both downtown Sioux Falls and the Sioux Falls Arts Council recently packed 26 utility boxes in artwork created by local artists. Utility boxes grab the …

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Mike Cloud’s direct assault on painting in a stunning exhibition at the Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery

Mike Cloud’s direct assault on painting in a stunning exhibition at the Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery Calling some works surprising and confusing, Logan Cryer argues for the importance of Mike Cloud’s provocative Afro-pessimistic and Afro-pessimistic multi-layered paintings. It’s a sight you should see, says Logan. Mike Cloud, “Rabbit Quilt” 2008. Oil and …

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Zhang Ji’s solo exhibition “Subliminal Matrix” at the Volery Gallery, Dubai – StreetArtNews

On September 22, Galerie Volery opened its doors Subliminal matrix, a solo exhibition by Beijing-based Chinese painter Zhang Ji. This exhibition presents a precisely calibrated selection of 12 paintings, created between 2018 and 2020, which demonstrate Zhang’s unqualified commitment to the structures and systems of painting itself. Subliminal matrix is …

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Talent, creativity in the spotlight in the community

For the press review Ready to stroll through historic downtown Crawfordsville and find magnificent works of art by artists from far and near? Mark your calendars for October 2 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. photography and even murals. There will also be demonstrations of pop-up art, chalk art and …

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Two artists featured in a new exhibition | Characteristics

The League of Sandhills Artists will be showcasing the works of Linda Drott and Lynn Goldhammer in an exhibition titled “Coloring Outside the Lines,” starting October 1 and running through October 27. “Please join us for a fun and colorful art exhibit,” says a spokesperson. “This show will feature work …

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Portrait of Spot the Robot descending a staircase

Bay Area Artist Agnieszka Pilat began her career as a classical painter and illustrator, spending her days isolated in a studio painting portraits. Originally from Poland, she struggled to break into San Francisco’s competitive art scene: galleries weren’t interested in her work and she felt isolated, until a local art …

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Go once, go twice … Is the future of local auctions online?

SAINT JOHN – This year’s art auction hosted by Liz Isaac & Citadel Gallery Auctions will be held exclusively online, reflecting how the auction world has adapted during the Covid-19 pandemic. Antiques appraiser Liz Isaac says online auctions have become a mainstay during the global pandemic. “It’s been great online. …

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EVENTS

A view of the devastation of the 1928 hurricane in downtown West Palm Beach, looking north from the Comeau building on Clematis Street. COURTESY PHOTO Historical Society exhibit examines 1928 hurricane Summer is traditionally the off-season in South Florida. But at the Historical Society of Palm Beach County, the team …

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It’s a feast of the senses in the Scillies

From the ramparts of the Star Castle Hotel, on the island of Sainte Marie, the sea is iridescent, shimmering with all the shades of peacock feathers. Beyond the chalk-white sails of passing yachts, the islands of Tresco and Bryher loom in the distance and, below, the harbor is teeming with …

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Obituary: Robert Gordon | Obituary

Robert Gordon of Conway quietly passed away from this life on the morning of September 8 at his home and art studio in Conway. It was the day before his 78th birthday. Gordon grew up in Lynn, Mass. He spent his years in the military in Germany, where he met …

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RIP Mick McGinty

Mick McGinty, an artist responsible for many of the most memorable video game artwork of the 1990s, has passed away. He passed away “peacefully” on September 18, as his son Jobey announced in a post. While he has worked for decades in a number of areas, it is his contributions …

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Self art

A painting of Vincent Van Gogh with a bandaged ear is probably as well known and widely recognized as his “Starry Night”. Artists’ self-portraits often evoke instant recognition and are as famous as their other paintings. Most self-portraits are the result of an artist’s self-exploration and a deeper understanding of …

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Wanda Alice McKee Henderson | The sun on the north side

Wanda Alice McKee Henderson passed away peacefully at her Jackson, Mississippi home on September 15, 2021. She was 88 years old. Classy, ​​elegant, kind and loving are some adjectives one could use to describe Alice. To know her was to love her. His constant positivity and infectious laughter imbued with …

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‘Reclusive’ artist of impressionist painting

When artist Chen Junde (1931-2019) made his last painting “Forget-me-not”, he surprised viewers with his use of brilliant hues of blooming petals and warm sunshine, especially given his condition. of extremely precarious health. “The Art and Literature of Chen Junde: A Painter of Modernity”, an exhibition on display at the …

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The Deep Ellum Arts Festival returns

“We are delighted to give artists and musicians a chance to perform and sell their work after being indoors during COVID,” said festival spokesperson Amber LaFrance. DALLAS – The 26th Annual Deep Ellum Arts Festival is back after being postponed twice due to COVID. The festival runs Friday through Sunday …

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Academy Art Museum announces September events

Yayoi Kusama, Naoshima pumpkin – red and black EXHIBITIONS The following Academy Art Museum exhibits are sponsored by Talbot Arts, the Maryland State Arts Council, and the Star Democrat. Open every day from Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. …

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Exhibition “Dinah Worman: Near & Far”

Ann Korologos gallery presents Dinah Worman: near and far, a solo exhibition showcasing the bold and imaginative oil paintings of Dinah Worman. The exhibition runs August 12-18, 2021 at the Ann Korologos Gallery in Basalt, Colorado, and virtually on korologosgallery.com. “Dinah Worman’s new works showcase her masterful use of a …

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Beacon Obituaries | The Highland Current

Pat Frederic Pat Frédéric (1936-2021) Longtime Beacon resident Patrick C. Fredericks Sr., 85, died on August 4 at his home. Born July 16, 1936 in Beacon, he was the son of Patrick and Lillian (Pennacchio) Fredericks. On May 21, 1961, at St. Joachim Church in Beacon, he married Marianne Ketterman. …

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Executive dream | The University of Chicago Magazine

The bed, for artist John Ransom Phillips, is a fascinating place. In “this delimited, somewhat isolated space”, as he describes it, extraordinary and ordinary things happen: “We are born, we die, we make love. We dream. We eat. We are sick. We give birth. “ Phillips, AB’60, PhD’66, describes all …

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Edinburgh artist attends first art festival | New

“I just fell into it.” Resident of Edinburgh, Shane Shannon followed in his family’s footsteps by becoming an artist. “One of my grandmothers actually has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Franklin College,” he said. “She decided I should try drawing first, and that was okay, because I wasn’t really …

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Modernist painter Yannis Tsarouchis finally gets his due

CHICAGO – Yannis Tsarouchis, the gay Greek artist-provocateur, was way ahead of his time. His mid-20th century paintings explored homoeroticism when these themes were still highly taboo. Dancing in real life, a full investigation at Wrightwood 659, shines a well-deserved spotlight on the artist. With more than 200 works, this …

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Make the most of it

Cal’s Lutheran professors who took sabbaticals during the pandemic may have had to change plans or plans, but they came out more energetic and enlightened. By Karen Lindell Art professor Cal Lutheran Michael Pearce’s sabbatical plan was to create a set of paintings to exhibit at the University of North …

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Brass Heads by Moyra Davey | Chicago Institute of the Arts

Have you noticed this presidential portrait in your pocket? Through Elizabeth siegel The arrival of Obama’s portraits in Chicago – Kehinde Wiley’s portrait of our 44th President, Barack Obama, and Amy Sherald’s painting of former First Lady Michelle Obama – makes me reflect on the nature of monuments dedicated to …

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What’s New – Chinadaily.com.cn

[Photo provided to China Daily] Raphael’s works Having a view of the works of Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino, known as Raphael, would be the fulfillment of a lifetime for art lovers. Two paintings attributed to Raphael, one of the most talented artists of the Italian Renaissance, are at the heart …

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“It’s meant to move you” |

Oliver Lee Jackson from St. Louis stands in front of ‘Fig 6 Triptych, 2015.’ The multi-panel piece was among the works on display at the 2019 exhibition “Oliver Lee Jackson: Recent Paintings” at the National Gallery of Art on the National Mall in Washington, DC Photo by Fred Sweets / …

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Happy Man Tree inspires Islington artist

An artist from Islington will host his first solo exhibition, featuring paintings inspired by London’s trees and green spaces. Tom Stallard is a painter and activist passionate about the environment. His collection of 18 oil paintings will be on view for free at the Jimmy and the Bee Café in …

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Street performers at Babe Walls 2021

^ I support Local Community Journalism Support Denver’s independent voice and help keep Westword’s future free. Colorado is teeming with top-notch muralists, but they typically create their work in solitary (and sometimes secret) sessions. This makes a street art festival a perfect opportunity to catch some of the city’s best …

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Arts Calendar: July 8 – Portland Press Herald

1789 Marrett House, 40 Ossippee Trail East, Standish, is now open seasonally from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the first and third Saturdays through October 16. Admission starts at $ 7. Contribution / History of New England Art Oil paintings by Suzanne Agostino on display at Gallery 302, 112 …

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Latest on Dark Art: Jamal Cyrus Joins Patron Gallery, Alexander Harrison Added to List of VSF Art Museums, Philadelphia and Detroit Hire First Diversity Officers

The latest news in Black Art presents updates and developments in the world of art and related culture Artist Jamal Cyrus. | Courtesy Pattern Gallery Representation Chicago Patrons Gallery announced his performance artist Jamal Cyrus. Cyrus, based in Houston, Texas, works in a variety of mediums. His “conceptual and research-oriented …

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Top 10 strange images in Renaissance paintings

Ah, the Renaissance. A period of tremendous social progress and scientific achievements. It was a cultural rescue from the stagnation of the late Middle Ages, and most importantly, how the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles got their names. And while no legacy can compare to these fully tubular turtles, it’s also …

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With color, Flato has a magic touch

TODD ​​WILKINSON: Tell us about your last exhibition of works and how it came about. MALOU FLAT: January 2020 I decided to try oil painting again. I took a workshop with two very good painters David Leffel and Sherrie McGraw. They introduced me to painting on small boards and toning …

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New Mexico Oil Painter Captures Grand Canyon After River Adventure »Albuquerque Journal

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. Marilyn Taylor, center, floats the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon in April 2018. Taylor painted a series of scenes from her trip. An exhibit showcasing the collection is …

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