Monthly Archives: December 2012

Songwriter Bernie Taupin bringing his paintings to Laguna

Bernie Taupin, better known for writing the lyrics to most of Elton John’s most popular songs, has another talent in his repertoire: painting. Laguna Beach will get a chance to see his abstract expressionism at the Coast Gallery in February, … Continue reading

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Willoughby Hills Community Center Art Gallery features exhibit opening and …

The Willoughby Hills Community Center is home to the art gallery, a branch of the Willoughby-Eastlake Library system, the historical society and much more. Worrell   The Willoughby Hills Community Center Art Gallery, 35400 Chardon Road, presents an opening night … Continue reading

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There’s still life for old Yule trees – Daytona Beach News

And the city of Palm Coast will even give you an evergreen tree to plant in your yard in exchange, while many Volusia residents can just place their trees at the curb to be hauled away with other yard waste. … Continue reading

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Grand Christmas art exhibition at Gallery One

Artists both past and present. This unmissable exhibition began on Saturday 1st December and runs until Saturday 12th January 2013. Artists’ fine pieces of worko n display includes those of John S Haggan, George A Gourley, Sue Howells, J P … Continue reading

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Exhibition inspired by landscapes

Painter Tim Pearce is to stage an exhibition at Pocklington Arts Centre. The Yorkshire artist takes inspiration from sources including industrial machinery, time-lapse photography and the landscapes of the Yorkshire Wolds. ​ Tim Pearce artwork Tim, who taught art and … Continue reading

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Landscapes prove popular at art exhibition

Yes there are a number of options available, you can set your browser either to reject all cookies, to allow only “trusted” sites to set them, or to only accept them from the site you are currently on. However, please … Continue reading

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Med student has an artist’s touch

Hannah St. Denis-Katz has a picture of Costa Rica above her bed at home. She painted it. The black and white piece shows palm trees and sun, shaded with personal experience. She has been there. St. Denis-Katz, 20, travels a … Continue reading

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Former General Motors employee to be featured artist at Flint Institute of Arts – Mlive

FLINT, MI -– A former General Motors employee will showcase his paintings at Flint Institute of Arts with a new exhibit at the beginning of the new year. Robert VanDuyne, a senior citizen from Grand Blanc, will be the featured … Continue reading

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Art delineation: Hassan displays oil works

The works, all oil on canvas, include some landscapes. LAHORE:  As many as 39 art pieces by Mian Ijazul Hassan, a former professor at the National College of Arts, have been displayed at the Lahore Art Gallery. The show opened … Continue reading

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The Oil Rush

  As one of the first Chinese cities to open its doors to the West, Shanghai has always been on the frontline of the interaction between Eastern and Western culture and the arts. And of all the imported art forms, … Continue reading

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