Advantages, disadvantages and things to know

These days there are many alternatives to traditional photo printing – you can have your photos printed on acrylic glass, canvas, and even metal. And while classic framed photos and canvas prints are evergreen wall art options, another type of wall decor is fast becoming the interior design hit: metal …

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Juneteenth 2021: Your Guide to Celebrations in the NJ

juinteenth, celebrated on June 19, commemorates the end of slavery in the United States Congress voted on the 13th Amendment, which abolished slavery, in January 1865. Juneteenth recognizes the day later in the year when the Union Army reached Galveston, Texas – one of the last strongholds of slavery – …

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Parade banners light up downtown

Beautiful banners once again adorn downtown Placerville as part of the 17th annual Placerville Art on Parade. The suggested theme for 2021, chosen by the Art on Parade committee, was “Celebrating Nature”, which inspired artists to submit designs depicting flowers, trees, rivers, mountains, gardens, animals, birds, beaches and more. Thirty-two …

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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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What happened to the Kmart art collection?

Other works were not so easy to unload. The sculpture (it’s also a sundial!) “Time Myth”, by sculptor John Piet, commissioned by Kmart for $ 800,000 in 1976, did not meet any reserve at auction. A museum director in Traverse City attempted to get the artwork moved to Open Space …

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Why Seth Rogen is donating this vibrant vase to Vancouver

Do you love Seth Rogene? What about pottery? Rogene aficionados and aesthetes alike will find what they are looking for at the Vancouver Art Gallery, which auctions works by local heroes, international stars and Vancouver comedy. Hosted exclusively online by Heffel Fine arts auction house, the Vancouver Art Gallery Art …

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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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Who owns Banksy’s works?

The first time that I saw a real life Banksy, I was studying abroad in London in the summer of 2017. I had researched its near-natural size representation of a painter – with a dead phone battery, walk the streets of the notoriously gentrified Notting Hill area for hours before …

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Colorado Drive-Ins and Film Screening Experiences | Summer movies

THere, the film industry has been seriously concerned about the “death of cinema” for decades. The problem existed long before Netflix dropped red boxes around every corner and streaming services started appearing left and right; it got worse as traditional cinemas were forced to bypass COVID restrictions. This summer, one …

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Healing House names 2021 martini glass artist

House of Healing; Hope for Grieving Children named Lauren Sibley Brasseaux as the “Martinis 2021 – Lafayette’s Best Martini” glass artist. A private event will be held on Wednesday July 9 at the Mercedes Benz Showroom in Lafayette to unveil Lauren’s creation of Martini Glass. About this year’s artist: Lauren …

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15 things to do in Vancouver this week: June 7-13, 2021

Please Note: As ordered by health officials, non-essential travel between regions of British Columbia is not permitted at this time. Currently, gatherings within a maximum of five visitors or one other household are permitted. Outdoor gatherings of up to 10 people are also allowed, but use layers of COVID-19 protection …

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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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Centuries of art at the Chartreuse auction

CENTURIES of art are covered by lots at an upcoming auction. Charterhouse will host a two-day auction on July 8 and 9, promising a series of paintings in different styles, from different eras. “We have been married for just under 30 years, paintings and art is one of the things …

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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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The region’s camps offer a summer of discovery

Andrea Stetson | Corresponding A brand new summer camp menu in Bonita Springs and Estero this summer will entice young people with everything from LEGO robotics and pickleball, birds, reptiles and marine biology. The YMCA goes beyond its traditional swimming, indoor sports and art camps to include new specialty camps. …

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The big pharmaceutical company that saw the future

June 5, 2021 ROCHE IS A strange entity. The Swiss giant is the world’s second largest drug maker and one of the most profitable big pharma companies. But its largest group of shareholders, mostly drawn from Fritz Hoffmann-La Roche, who founded the company in 1896, is led by André Hoffmann, …

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Art flourishes alongside nature at Riverside Park

In Riverside Park, behind the locked bars of an Amtrak maintenance entrance near 108th Street, a large still life of flowers leans against a wall. The canvas appears to be rotting and unraveling in a tangle of roots and fallen leaves, with new flowers springing three-dimensionally from the surface. The …

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Storytelling Festival Saturday in Tonganoxie

Enlarge the photo. Tonganoxie Public Library opened its new location on Fourth and Shawnee streets on Monday, but now closes until further notice due to the coronavirus pandemic. Principal Nicole Holifield announced via social media on Friday evening that the library would be closed for about a week. Children will …

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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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Top 10 Best Home Fashion Star Impressions 2021

Top 10 Best Home Fashion Star Prints 2021 1. Taste of the house Laboratory verification reveals that these curtains insulate against heat and cold, saving you money and energy. The curtains work with a revolutionary fabric and are machine washable for easy maintenance. Star print thermal insulated blackout curtains add …

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The 20 longest-running TV shows of all time

Television is a competitive industry, and many shows are lucky enough to be picked up in the first season. Rarely is a series popular enough to survive cast changes, cultural shifts, and disruptions in the media landscape. From daytime soaps to late night comedy shows, these are the oldest tv …

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Linking “ two centuries of glorious PHL art ”

Makati-based auction house Leon Gallery is putting coveted artwork and furniture under the hammer at its annual mid-year auction, which takes place this Saturday, June 5. This year’s event, titled The Spectacular Mid-Year Auction 2021, “connects two centuries of glorious Filipino art from the 19th to the 20th century,” writes …

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15 things to do in Vancouver this week: May 31 – June 6, 2021

Note: as recommended by British Columbia health officials, indoor gatherings of any kind and non-essential travel within the province are not recommended at this time. Currently, outdoor gatherings of up to 10 people are allowed, but use layers of COVID-19 protection and maintain physical distance. Please adhere to COVID-19 health …

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2 health stocks that could be millionaires

reDespite the stories of newly created crypto millionaires, building wealth by investing usually takes time. One way to find businesses that will create wealth in the future is to look at those that have generated it in the past. It means asking which companies have adapted to all kinds 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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Best Historic Trails in Arizona

Arizona’s trails have a fascinating story to tell: The native hunters and gatherers who found their feet in the canyon walls came first. Then come the explorers who forged paths between the first missions and the forts. And later came the railway workers who blew up roads through rocky terrain. …

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Alex Hay, Returning Painter – The New York Times

Half a century later, Alex Hay’s giant painting and canvas tributes to items commonly found in stationery shops continue to entertain and surprise. His 1965 painting “Legal Pad” lives up to its title, with the pale yellow of the paper and the pale blue of the delicate horizontal lines edge …

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The reflection of an augmented city

By Adrian Doyle There was a time when public speaking meant you were crazy. Now when I’m at the traffic lights or in a tram, it seems normal. It’s because of mobiles and how people have no limits with the lengths they walk to stay connected or disconnected, depending on …

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Artists return to the digital road

The Covid-19 pandemic has dramatically disrupted art sales activity, but digital platforms and physical galleries are not mutually exclusive, notes Helen Waters, senior director of the Cristea Roberts Gallery in London. Instagram was the inspiration for her latest show by four female artists: Charlotte Keates, Karen Lederer, Zsofia Schweger and …

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Inside Shara Hughes’ booming market

Oddly enough, perhaps one of the most fascinating aspects of Hughes’ job market is the global appeal of his paintings. Presenhuber stressed that the works “have an emotional depth that can speak to anyone,” while Uffner emphasized the universality of the work by explaining that collectors of Hughes paintings generally …

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Local artists find canvas at Gig East Exchange

This article was written for our sponsor, Gig east. Art is literally at the heart of Wilson. In the center of historic downtown Wilson is the one-of-a-kind Whirligig Park, an art park filled with huge rotating kinetic sculptures created by the late Vollis Simpson. The two-acre park features 30 Simpson-created …

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Rising raw material costs lead to price adjustments in Heidelberg

In order to cushion the disproportionate rise in the costs of materials, logistics and other purchases, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG (Heidelberg) will moderately increase the prices of its equipment business with immediate effect. This adjustment is made in an economic environment of increasing demand and costs for raw materials and is …

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