Oil Paintings

Taken from the collective unconscious ”Albuquerque Journal

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. “Oil n ° 2” by Raymond Jonson ALBUQUERQUE, NM – Towards the end of the Great Depression, a loose configuration of New Mexico artists rebelled against social realism and …

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Janice White obituary (2021) – Missoula, MT

Janice White Janice White, 85, entered a new life on May 31, 2021, at her home in Stevensville, MT. Janice Marlene Neal arrived on February 2, 1937. The auburn haired beauty with stunning cornflower blue eyes was the 4th child of fifteen children born to Bruce and Lima Neal of …

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Four New Exhibitions Now Open at Art Center Sarasota | Let’s go!

Art Center Sarasota’s 2021 exhibition season continues with four exhibitions through July 2. “Black, White, And Everything In Between”, in the second gallery, presents works in paint, ink and pencil on objects found by Yamel Molerio. “Duality,” in the third gallery, features large-scale steel, bronze and copper sculptures by Dominice …

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Sandpoint artist announces gallery exhibition

Local artist Betty Billups made art her job after deciding that her first nursing career aspiration wasn’t for her. “I saw someone get shot once for fainting. I was like, ‘OK, this one is not on the list,’ ”she said. Instead of helping people heal their bodies, Billups said, she …

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The Revolution of 1821 before, then and after

The lithograph by Georg Melchior Kraus depicts the arrival of King George I in Piraeus in 1863. [Benaki Museum] You return to the ground floor with a mind bubbling with information, images and reflections, thinking that after having piled 60 years of history on the first floor, there can be …

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Matthew Marks – Spotlight – Artforum International

Matthew Marks is pleased to announce “Terry Winters: Table of Contents”, the upcoming exhibition in his gallery at 522 West 22nd Street. The exhibition includes nine paintings on linen, five paintings on paper and a set of twenty-six drawings in grisaille. All are exhibited for the first time. Winters’ work …

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Love of the sea – The smart collector

ENTREPRENEUR KENNETH HILL DECORATED HIS HOUSES WITH BEAUTIFUL MARITIME PAINTINGS With the acquisition of masterpieces by artists such as Montague Dawson and Franz Richard Unterberger, Fort Worth entrepreneur Kenneth Hill turned his love of water into a life of collector. EVENT ● EUROPEAN ART AUCTION SIGNATURE® 8047Featuring the ownership of …

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Insight: Breaking the Silence on Domestic Violence in Maine

The headlines that followed my famous husband’s 2016 domestic violence arrest were devastating. But the truth of what was going on behind closed doors in my Camden community was even more traumatic. Deborah Stevenson’s “Domestic Terrorism” collage, displayed in the window of the Republican Journal, is part of Waldo County …

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Artforum International

Karl Wirsum. Photo: Derek Eller Gallery. FOR A BOOKLET published on the occasion of the third Hairy Who exhibition in Chicago, in 1968, Karl Wirsum drew a woman whose head has been replaced by a mandala – not a groovy meditative symbol but a pulsating, restless, electrified pattern vibrating in …

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ARTISTS CARVING THEIR PLACE IN THE WORLD

Web graphic. There is a cruel joke that is thrown at people who pursue a career as an artist: “Engineers ask, ‘How is this done?’ “Scientists ask, ‘Why is this done?’ “Economists ask, ‘How much does it cost?’ “And the artists ask, ‘Do you want fries with that?'” While the …

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ACP presents “Leslie V. Kuenne: A Life in Art”

“A PLACE OF TEA BEFORE THE GARDEN CLUB COMPETITION”: This oil painting by Leslie Vought Kuenne is featured in “Leslie V. Kuenne: A Life in Art”, presented until June 19 at the Arts Council from Princeton. The Princeton Arts Council now features a collection of paintings, pen and ink drawings …

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Art around the city | Mast

ATHENS INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART: ATHICA (675 Pulaski St., Suite 1200) Curated by Craig Coleman, “Lost in the Weeds: Climate Change and Human Nature” features works by Crista Cammarato, Naomi Falk, Brian Frus, Meredith Starr, Bethany Taylor and many others. Until May 22. ATHICA @ CINÉ GALLERY (234 W. Hancock …

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Trade Roots to start growing and manufacturing cannabis

After nearly four years, the owners of Trade Roots will soon be able to start growing and manufacturing marijuana products, and they hope to open up the retail business later this summer. The company, co-owned by Jesse Pitts and Carl Giannone, originally from Wareham, will eventually grow, manufacture and sell …

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Jane Lynam McCurry, accomplished artist

Jane Lynam McCurry, 99, of Rehoboth Beach passed away peacefully on Saturday, May 15, 2021, two weeks away from her 100th birthday. She was born June 1, 1921 in Newport, daughter of the late Hyland B. and Margaret (Fox) Lynam. Jane graduated from Conrad High School in Newport in 1939. …

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Giant Panda Themed Art Exhibition in Chengdu

Photo: Courtesy of the Chengdu Giant Panda Research Base A giant panda-themed art exhibition kicked off at the Chengdu Giant Panda Research Base on Tuesday, marking the 45th International Museum Day and the reopening of the first International Panda Art Center in China after nearly eight months of closure due …

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Picasso Ceramics & Jade Carvings Lead Paul McInnis Sale

At $ 30,000, Pablo Picasso’s “Femme du Barbu” pottery pitcher, marked Edition Picasso with a Madoura stamp, was the most expensive item in the sale. It was one of three pieces of Picasso pottery offered. Review by Rick Russack, Additional Photos Courtesy of Paul McInnis Auctioneers HAMPTON, NH – Paul …

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CTAC Summers, Past and Present

It seems everyone has been anticipating this summer since last summer. Events, festivals, gatherings and weddings that have been canceled, suspended or postponed will take place over the next few months. Needless to say, it’s going to be busy in northern Michigan, including at the Crooked Tree Arts Center. Essentially, …

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