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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Home decor above the chair rail

Adorning the walls of a space can be a daunting task. Today’s home decor and lighting manufacturers offer a wide range of decorative wall items that vary in size, materials, and textures, and determining the location of these pieces is often an exercise in. balanced. “Walls are a blank canvas, …

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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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The first sustainable art auction by Christie’s and ChangeNOW

Aware of its environmental impact, the art world is increasingly questioning how to reconcile artistic creation and eco-responsibility. Christie’s is playing its part in the process by hosting the first sustainable art auction on May 28. The initiative is launched in partnership with the association ChangeNOW Communities. This new type …

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