Monthly Archives: March 2015

Hinkemann, Théâtre de la Colline, Paris — review

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Artist James Fiorentino is featured guest at Hunterdon Watercolor Society meeting

Watercolor artist, James Fiorentino, will be demonstrating portrait painting techniques at the April 6 meeting of the Hunterdon Watercolor Society in Flemington. Pictured is a portrait by James Fiorentino. (courtesy photo)Hunterdon County Democrat  Watercolor artist, James Fiorentino, will be demonstrating … Continue reading

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Greenaway offends Russia with film about Soviet director’s gay love affair

Soviet director Sergei Eisenstein is revered as one of cinema’s founding fathers. So it’s no surprise that Russia – in its crackdown on free expression and its repressive stance on homosexuality – has been touchy about Peter Greenaway’s depiction of … Continue reading

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How 1980s Atlanta Became the Backdrop for the Future

Kay Gaensler/Flickr Downtown Atlanta contains very little brick and mortar. A westward view of the city’s skyline—the same image used in the opening credits of TV’s The Walking Dead—reveals this Southern capital’s history at a glance: It burned to the … Continue reading

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Tamara Jaeger uses restraint in fashioning people, birds, landscapes

One of artist Tamara Jaeger’s greatest accomplishments is her ability to take blunt, pragmatic pieces of wood and make them a cohesive element of a visual story — all without transforming them too much from their original state. The artist’s … Continue reading

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Northern Rivers artists are thriving in a digital landscape

ART is constantly reinventing itself, and over the centuries artists have reshaped themselves too, from apprentice craftsman; to artisan, to solitary genius and to the artist as creative entrepreneur. During the 1960’s Andy Warhol would become famous as the supreme … Continue reading

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Enjoy Free Museum Day at University Art Museum

Art from the late Elemore Morgan Jr. is part of the permanent Louisiana Collection at the University Art Museum, which has free admission Saturday.(Photo: The Daily Advertiser) Elemore Morgan Jr. and George Rodrigue are cherished artists with deep local roots. … Continue reading

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Robert Freimark (1922-2010) "Restoring Memory Back to Life"

Hohmann Fine Art is proud to represent The Estate of Robert Freimark Exhibition Opening and Public Reception: Friday, April 3rd, 2015, 6 – 8 pm. On Friday, April 3rd, 2015 Hohmann Fine Art invites you to rediscover an American legend … Continue reading

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Famous St. John’s alum Ahmet Ertegun’s collection ‘comes home’

For nearly two decades, the Mitchell Gallery at St. John’s College has showcased major exhibits such as “The Inventions of Leonardo Da Vinci” and “The Art of Still Life” from the Baltimore Museum of Art. Known for displaying thought-provoking artwork, … Continue reading

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What is Western art? Wyoming artists reflect

Wyoming’s mythical past and incredible landscapes dominate the art made here. How could those two topics not? There is no lack of subject matter and there is a hunger from locals and visitors to consume it. And so art shows … Continue reading

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