Monthly Archives: February 2014

Torres’ Galatasaray Display Shows There Is Still Life in Chelsea’s Strikers Yet

All the focus had been on Didier  Drogba and Samuel Eto’o heading into Chelsea‘s Champions League clash with Galatasaray in Istanbul on Wednesday. It was the first time Drogba had come up against the Blues since he scored the decisive penalty … Continue reading

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Flower Show designers inspired by museum partners – Turner’s landscapes. Van …

Natural settings, floral arrangements, and gardens have served as subject matter of some of the world’s greatest paintings, prints and sculpture. At the 2014 PHS Philadelphia Flower Show, “ARTiculture,” on March 1 to 9, floral and garden designers will take … Continue reading

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‘Still Life with Iris’ opens Friday

Elizabeth Ashton, Brendon Soodek, Katie Cowherd, Austin Jennings, Corey Anderson, and Blake Pritchard rehearse a scene from “Still Life with Iris” at Joel Barlow High School. — Mark Pritchard photo “Still Life with Iris,” Joel Barlow High School’s winter show, … Continue reading

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Architect, comic artist’s landscapes on display

Gloucester’s Sawyer Free Library will be showing work by Marvin Waller (1928-1994), an award-winning artist who lived on Cape Ann, in an exhibition opening Saturday, March 1, with a free public reception from 3 to 4 p.m. Waller’s background was … Continue reading

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Stephen Waddell’s Dream Location peers into the curious business of creativity

When artists act as curators, they usually bring a new set of perceptual tools to the construction of exhibitions. At the same time, they may give us highly personal insights into the curious business of creativity. Such possibilities are niftily … Continue reading

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The Age of Atheism: How We Have Sought to Live Since the Death of God, by …

Some contemporary thinkers have argued that the decline or disappearance of religious belief leads to a thinning of one’s inner life. In effect, the wholly secular are missing out; they lack — and here Watson paraphrases and quotes the philosopher … Continue reading

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Look how Christian Louboutin co-related his master pieces with ‘Impressionism’

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A Glimpse Into Art’s Modern Masters –

DENVER (CBS4)– Modern art is all about breaking the rules, inspiring others and igniting creativity. At the Denver Art Museum’s new Modern Masters exhibit, fans will have the ability to dive into the works of the artists who used those … Continue reading

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Books|The Madness of War Told in the First Person

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Learn about pastels with a twist

PALM CITY — On Wednesday, March 12, the Palm City Art Associates will introduce the third professional artistic presenter of the 2014 season. Deborah LaFogg-Docherty comes all the way from Boynton Beach to present “Pastels with a Twist.” Even if … Continue reading

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