Monthly Archives: December 2014

ANDREA NEAL: T.C. Steele celebrated Hoosier landscape

He was educated in Europe and trained to emulate the brushstrokes of the Great Masters, yet Theodore Clement Steele’s greatest gift was in depicting and interpreting the Indiana countryside. T.C. Steele — Indiana’s most famous painter — was born in … Continue reading

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Woodberry art show to feature rural landscapes, animals

Contributed Woodberry art show to feature rural landscapes, animals Artist John Borden Evans’ rendition of “Two Cardinals Triptych,” using acrylic on canvas in 2012. Evans’ work will be on display at Woodberry Forest School from January to March. Article source: … Continue reading

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Painter captures local scenes

Andrew Sheldon Andrew Sheldon sits in his Port Townsend studio. Photo by Robin Dudley Posted: Wednesday, December 31, 2014 3:30 am Painter captures local scenes Article source: http://www.ptleader.com/arts_and_entertainment/painter-captures-local-scenes/article_6fc61950-9067-11e4-b19a-77028e4e52b0.html

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‘Beauty Reigns’ at Akron Art Museum looks at abstract art – The-News

Rich color, intricate patterning and dynamic compositions characterize “Beauty Reigns,” an exhibition celebrating today’s abstract art. With its commitment to contemporary art, the Akron Art Museum will highlight the exoticism, exuberance and optimism found in the work of 13 painters … Continue reading

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Alamo Heights Weekly Community Calendar — Dec. 31-Jan. 6

Edmond Ortiz — eortiz@express-news.net ONGOING Education Woodlawn Theater, 1920 Fredericksburg Road, hosts workshops and programs for adults, children and teenagers. Broadway Cabaret Nights are offered 10:30 p.m. Saturdays. Contact: 267-8388 or www.woodlawntheatre.org. The Twig Book Shop, 306 Pearl Parkway, Suite … Continue reading

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Why Louise Bourgeois’ and Robert Gober’s Feminist and Queer Uncanny …

Louise Bourgeoise: Suspensions is on view at Cheim Read Gallery in New York through January 10, 2015. The Heart Is Not A Metaphor, a survey of work by Robert Gober at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, runs … Continue reading

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Art in 2015: A look ahead

30 December 2014 Last updated at 19:23 ET By Will Gompertz Arts editor The Royal Academy’s Rubens exhibition showcases the paintings which inspired Van Dyke and Cezanne After all that Christmas cheer and mince pies toped with lashings of double … Continue reading

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A retrospective of Chuck Connelly’s paintings is small but potent

In today’s overheated and unregulated art market, it seems like artists are more like brands than cultural producers. Art seems more than ever to be a consumer good like any other. And just like every other commodity, marketing is essential … Continue reading

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4 Art Shows From 2014 That I Can’t Forget

Jordan Wolfson, David Zwirner GalleryFetishistic, Bronzino levels of weird realism and a fear of going against the group mind and being branded “sexist” (again) for feeling turned on by Jordan Wolfson’s creepy/beguiling, pole-dancing, animatronic Female Figure transformed my inner critic … Continue reading

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Ruiz-Healy Art’s Expanding Roster Comes Together for ‘Aesthetic Encounters’

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