Monthly Archives: March 2013

‘Way back home:’Artists add a touch of modernity to traditional miniature art

The two paintings are from the series ‘Figure Me Out’ by Minza Zulfiqar. PHOTO COURTESY: UNICORN ART GALLERY KARACHI:  The work of nine miniature artists, including Farina Alam, Mizna Zulfiqar and Sophia Mairaj, has been put up at an exhibition, … Continue reading

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Arnold Knauth featured at Rockport Art Association; members work fills out show

A new show at the Rockport Art Association features work by contributing members, including one of the longest active artists in the RAA, painter Arnold Knauth. Both exhibitions — about two dozen works by Knauth in the Pearson Gallery, and … Continue reading

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A Film So Sumptuous, ‘Renoir’ Himself Might Have Helped Out

The year is 1915. A beautiful young woman bicycling through sun-dappled woods passes under an effigy of a German soldier and seems entirely unfazed. World War I is raging elsewhere in Europe, but here on the French Riviera life is … Continue reading

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Long Island Culture: A New Look at the Abstract

The artists of the Abstract Expressionist school were ahead of their time. They rejected the mass cultural values prevalent in mid-century America and searched for alternatives. Their work is the subject of a major exhibition at the Nassau County Museum … Continue reading

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Sunday Arts calendar (March 31)

THEATER “Hello Dolly,” musical, featuring Karla Burns, through April 7, Forum Theatre, 147 S. Hillside. Shows 8 p.m. Thu.-Sat., 2 p.m. Sun. Tickets $23, Thu., Sun., $25 Fri.-Sat. Call 316-618-0444. “Charlotte’s Web,” presented by Christian Youth Theatre, 7 p.m. April … Continue reading

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STILL LIFE: Waterville Easter egg hunt

Yesterday at 6:39 PM STILL LIFE: Waterville Easter egg hunt By Michael G. Seamans mseamans@onlinesentinel.comStaff Photographer, Morning Sentinel Benjamin Foster, 5, of Waterville, sprints on to the baseball field at Waterville Junior High School for his share of the 8,000 … Continue reading

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Woodbury Gallery Welcomes Three New Artists

WOODBURY — Fine Line Art Gallery will welcome three new award-winning Connecticut artists during an open house reception from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 6, in the gallery at 319 Main St. South. The artists are Sandra Karakoosh, Liz … Continue reading

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Impressionism, Fashion, and Modernity at Met Revitalizes an Old Age

“The latest fashion…is absolutely necessary for a painting. It’s what matters most,” read  a quotation by Edouard Manet displayed at the entrance of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s exhibition Impressionism, Fashion, and Modernity, on view from Feb. 26 to May … Continue reading

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Reimagining Values of “The Academy”

By Joan Baum   There’s nothing academic about the “academy,” the exhibit that for the last couple of years has been the season opener at Romany Kramoris Gallery in Sag Harbor. But in using a word which resonates as a … Continue reading

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Check out the digital art world

AN exhibition of paintings created entirely on an iPad with nothing more than a finger have gone on display at the Gardens Gallery in the Proscenium Building in Montpellier Gardens. #Cotswold Landscapes is a collection of digital finger paintings of … Continue reading

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