Monthly Archives: May 2014

Friendship Was Their Medium

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British artist in American Abstract Expressionism

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#Throwback Theater Thursday: Theatre of Youth’s ‘Still Life With Iris’

For this week’s #Throwback Theater Thursday post, we look back at Theatre of Youth’s 2001 production of “Still Life With Iris.” If you have any suggestions for future #TBT posts, cdabkowski@buffnews.com”email them to me or leave a comment at the … Continue reading

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‘Ghost in the Shell’ intro recreated in haunting still life

The 1995 anime film Ghost in the Shell is still widely heralded as a modern sci-fi classic, helping define the look, feel and themes of the cyberpunk movement. But few fans are as devoted as the group of artists behind … Continue reading

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Passion for pastels shining through

Meet local artist Paula Jenkins: Tell us about your work – medium, method and meaning Meet local artist Paula Jenkins: Tell us about your work – medium, method and meaning. I first started using pastels about nine years ago. This … Continue reading

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Art House’s plein air event to showcase Callaway County scenery

They’ll travel from the states of Ohio and Illinois, and Missouri cities like Washington, Rocheport, Ethel, Hannibal and more to paint the landscapes of Callaway County this weekend for the Art House’s first plein air event. More than 35 artists … Continue reading

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Princeton exhibit shows the evolution of abstract painting from 1950-1990

Abstract art’s popularity may have peaked in the 20th century, but there is a renewed interest. Though October 5, Princeton University Art Museum is exhibiting Rothko to Richter: Mark-Making in Abstract Painting from the Collection of Preston H. Haskell. The … Continue reading

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Review: Ringling show about art forgers is authentically fascinating

SARASOTA Related News/Archive In focus: van Meytens’ ‘Portrait of Empress Maria Theresa of Austria’ 3 Weeks Ago Review: Luke DuBois exhibit at Ringling mines data for art 3 Months Ago Review: Warhol exhibit at the Dalí shows he’s the king … Continue reading

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LACMA ‘s upcoming brush with German, French expressionists

Paul Cézanne, “Still Life with Apples,” 1893-1894. Photo courtesy of The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s (LACMA) pre-eminent role as the American museum most regularly engaged in exhibitions to re-examine German Expressionism, its … Continue reading

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Why Realism? Part 11: A Life Mission

I never dreamed I would get to see the recreation of a system that produced so many great artists, but it’s happening right now, and the yearly ARC Salon competition, which started in 2003, has grown year after year. It … Continue reading

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