Monthly Archives: May 2013

Still Life with Atom

Like naturalists chasing bugs with butterfly nets, physicists seek to catch quantum systems and bottle them for study. Single atoms have long been targets of this quest, and now in a paper in Physical Review Letters, Andreas Reiserer and colleagues … Continue reading

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Local landscapes featured in new show opening Saturday

Local landscapes featured in new show opening Saturday Comments Email a friend Printer friendly “Hollister Peak II,” a tempera batik by Julie Dunn, is among the works included in an exhibit focusing on the Central Coast landscape from June 1 … Continue reading

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Confront Rachael Ellzey’s raw, striking work at Fairhope’s First Friday Artwalk

FAIRHOPE, Alabama—While you’re enjoying Fairhope’s Artwalk from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday, June 7, make sure to check out the raw, striking work of Rachael Ellzey at Man O’ War Tattoo, located at 319 ½ Fairhope Ave. Ellzey’s current work, … Continue reading

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Art born from the disingenuous

The most radical force in art is not, as most people assume, genius, inspiration or sheer talent, it is instead a lack of technical ability. Combined with a strong desire to be an artist, this can prove to be a … Continue reading

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Preller explores still life’s confined space

Preller explores still life’s confined space Art Source South Africa 05/29/2013 09:41:50 In Just above the mantlepiece Karin Preller returns to still life, with paintings that speak of collection and display… at Artspace in Joburg. On 5 June 2013 Artspace … Continue reading

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Seeking impressions in the two-dimensional

The title of Yu Kiwanami’s “Confirmation of Happiness” (2013) is, in a sense, a kind of betrayal; for happiness cannot, in fact, be confirmed. A woman stands before a landscape, her head cropped off by the top edge of the … Continue reading

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Subtle Resistance

Grace Hartigan and Joan Mitchell at the Anderson Gallery Subtle Resistance at the Anderson Gallery is about how artists Grace Hartigan and Joan Mitchell survived and prospered in the male-dominated abstract expressionist art world of the 1950s and 1960s, partly … Continue reading

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Looking at the brain and illness through art, a Lou Ruvo Center lecture

Discussions regarding art therapy for patients with neurodegenerative diseases have been increasing over the past 10 years. The Museum of Modern Art in New York and Museum of Fine Arts Boston both have programs hosting Alzheimer’s patients, and medical institutions … Continue reading

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STILL LIFE: Shelter from the storm

11:53 PM STILL LIFE: Shelter from the storm By Andy Molloy amolloy@centralmaine.comStaff Writer Mike Perisho rolls out the insect barrier to cover produce in the plot he cultivates with his girlfriend Wednesday in West Gardiner. Perisho rolled up the spring … Continue reading

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‘An Amazing Party for Your Eyes’

Dr. Yaun’s Blog Learn the latest about all aspects of health including fitness, nutrition, sleeping habits, pain management, etc. Every aspect of health must be accounted for in daily life. This blog provides a guide to living an active lifestyle … Continue reading

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