Monthly Archives: July 2013

David Richard Gallery Presents Lilly Fenichel’s Abstract Expressionist …

David Richard Gallery will present Lilly Fenichel’s newest series of abstract expressionist paintings of poured oil paint and glazes on a smooth synthetic polypropylene support in her second solo exhibition with the gallery. The exhibition, “High Contrast,” will be presented … Continue reading

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STILL LIFE: Farmington fiddle busker

Yesterday at 8:30 PM STILL LIFE: Farmington fiddle busker By David Leaming Staff Photographer Ashley Taylor, of Chesterville, plays her violin on Main Street in Farmington today. Appreciative walkers often drop some money in her open instrument case. Ashley Taylor, … Continue reading

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Landscapes large and small, visual and aural, visit GOCA

Sometimes the world of art galleries can be a bit confining, pretentious and, well, quiet. Daisy McConnell is fighting that with the Galleries of Contemporary Art’s newest downtown exhibit, Visual Environments. By featuring the work of two Denver-based artists, Pattie … Continue reading

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Preview: Audio Soup Festival

Set in the beautiful hills around the East Lothian city of Dunbar lies Audio Soup Festival. Inviting once again people of all ages to the family friendly festival, Audio Soup boasts one incredible main stage crammed with the finest in … Continue reading

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Bradley Manning’s convictions could still give him life in prison

FORT MEADE, Md. — In a split decision, U.S. Army Pfc. Bradley Manning was acquitted Tuesday of aiding the enemy — the most serious charge he faced — but was convicted of espionage, theft and nearly every other count for … Continue reading

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Breckenridge-based artist Amy Evans recently won Best Landscape Award from …

Art has always been a part of Amy Evans’ life. It started during childhood, when her grandmother encouraged her to pick up a paintbrush, and has continued through various styles and incarnations throughout the years. Evans studied art in college … Continue reading

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Mystical Rabbis by Reclusive Hyman Bloom Shine in NY

In Hyman Bloom’s ecstatic paintings, old, bearded men with knobby fingers, in wide-brimmed fur hats, clutch Torah scrolls. “Hyman Bloom: Paintings and Drawings, 1940-2005” is Bloom’s first exhibition in New York since 2009, the year he died at 96. It … Continue reading

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Atelier de Arte: Spreading artistic realism in Guatemala

GUATEMALA CITY – “I want to start a revolution,” says Sergio Raúl González, before clarifying: “an artistic revolution.” Having spent more than 20 years in the United States, Guatemalan-born González recently returned to his homeland with the aim of training … Continue reading

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Bradley Manning cleared of ‘aiding enemy’ but still faces life in prison

She cleared Manning of aiding the enemy but convicted him of violating the Espionage Act by knowingly publishing information on the internet where it could be accessed by al-Qaeda. He was convicted or pleaded guilty to 19 other charges that … Continue reading

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‘Le Corbusier: An Atlas of Modern Landscapes’ at the Museum of Modern Art

‘Frauenkirche, Munich’ (1911) by Le Corbusier. (Courtesy MoMA) If you are stuck in this hot town and long for a green escape, MoMA’s current show of sketches, models, plans and paintings by the architect Le Corbusier provides a quick fix. … Continue reading

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