Monthly Archives: May 2013

Impressionism masters take delight in water

Everyone knows the impressionists loved water: Claude Monet’s lilies, Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s boating parties, Édouard Manet’s sailing lovers and Georges Seurat’s Seine are iconic images from the movement. With the America’s Cup races as a timely tie-in, the Fine Arts Museums … Continue reading

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Mighty Mack Announces New App, Schiele and the Early Expressionism

Mighty Mack announces the release of the newest add-on to its artist app series, Drawings: Egon Schiele. Egon Schiele (1890 – 1918) was an Austrian artist, a major figurative painter of the early 20th century, and a protégé of Gustav … Continue reading

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Thad Kellstadt’s SPACE exhibit gives play to realism and psychedelia – Tribune

‘Thad Kellstadt: On the Glass Surf’ When: Through June 30 at 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Wednesdays-Thursdays; 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Fridays-Saturdays; 11 a.m. -5 p.m. Sundays Admission: Free Where: SPACE, 812 Liberty Ave., Downtown Details: 412-325-7723 or www.spacepittsburgh.org Daily Photo Galleries Wednesday … Continue reading

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STILL LIFE: Up and away

11:59 PM STILL LIFE: Up and away By David Leaming Staff Photographer The W. H. Green Sons crane company brought in a second crane to successfully remove the steeple from the St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church in Waterville on … Continue reading

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OCONEE LANDSCAPES: Paintings by Robert Clements

Robert Clements’ paintings are representations of the diversity of landscapes found in Oconee County. Utilizing his experience in Plein-aire painting, he extrapolates and depicts scenes that most of us see every day but pass by without a thought to the … Continue reading

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Kennedy’s art without an ending

{ story.summary|safe|escape } Wollongong artist John Kennedy. Picture: KEN ROBERTSON When John Kennedy begins one of his intricate, detailed drawings he rarely knows where it will take him or when it will end. In fact, he only knows a drawing … Continue reading

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Brief: Karen Bateman Art Exhibit

Photo Contributed “Vivid Scene,” by Karen Bateman. Virginia painter Karen Bateman is the featured guest artist at Katie’s Coffee House in Great Falls for the month of June in an exhibit entitled “Water Everywhere.” The artist creates oil paintings en … Continue reading

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Shell Game subverts the large, the public, and the heroic

Think small but smart. I’m talking about a new exhibition of collages by Natasha McHardy and drawings by Marina Roy, and also about the venue, Wil Aballe Art Projects. Aballe’s gallery is located in a compact studio apartment in an … Continue reading

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Otter Art at the zoo

text size Updated: Tuesday, May 28 2013, 07:42 PM CDTGULF BREEZE   —  The Gulf Breeze Zoo is a budding artist enclave these days.A bit of “creature culture”. They are cuddly, curious, chirpy, and artistic.Move over Monet. Since March, Lucy and … Continue reading

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Marilu Henner, Marsha Mason, David Garrison and Lynn Cohen Will Star in …

“This amazing cast, which now includes the fabulous Marilu Henner, is the perfect ending to what is sure to be an incredible summer season at the Bucks County Playhouse,” said BCP producing director Jed Bernstein in a statement. Four-time Tony … Continue reading

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