Monthly Archives: April 2015

Art notes: Tour clay studios of 3 artists – Omaha World

Posted: Thursday, April 30, 2015 1:00 am Art notes: Tour clay studios of 3 artists Tour clay studios of 3 artists See clay work and meet withArticle source: http://www.omaha.com/go/art-notes-tour-clay-studios-of-artists/article_af651b24-901a-5cac-9bd9-0ab4fb742eaf.html

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Modern Mexican art’s diversity revealed in ‘Maestros’

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Whitney Houston’s Family — Browns Are Wrong … Bobbi Kristina Still …

Bobby and Tina Brown are absolutely wrong … Bobbi Kristina is not off life support and remains unresponsive … this according to the Houston family. Sources connected with the Houstons tell TMZ, they have no idea where Bobby Brown is … Continue reading

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Where Ebola Still Lives

Beatrice Yordolo, who was declared the last survivor of the Ebola virus on March 5, 2015, shakes hands with family and neighbours during a visit by the director of the World Health Organization. (ZOOM DOSSO/AFP/Getty Images). SIERRA LEONE – APRIL, … Continue reading

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First Friday taps local landscapes

“Our county was just represented so respectfully by these painters in beautiful, sensitive works,” said David Gordon, executive director for the Arts Council of Kern, which organized the first-ever festival. The artists, including Bakersfield native Keith Wicks and Bryan Mark … Continue reading

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‘Pure artistic creativity’ in Kvaalen’s landscapes

Detail of a pastel on paper by Arne Kvaalen(Photo: Photo provided) For decades, nearly every day, Arne Kvaalen has walked up the stairs to his third floor studio in downtown Lafayette and produced landscapes that reference his early years out … Continue reading

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“Celebration Landscapes” Integrates Art With Self-Advocacy

Signal Centers Adult Services, 109 N. Germantown Road, will be collaborating with area artists to host “Celebration Landscapes,” an artistic project designed to allow adults with disabilities to tell stories and express their journeys through puppetry and storytelling in a … Continue reading

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Finding Spirituality in the Diaspora

Tanya Hartman is a storyteller. Her work, in all its varying disciplines (painting, crafting, mixed media) covers a large swath of ground, ensuring all the details of her tales are taken into account. So That I May Carry You With … Continue reading

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New Whitney Museum Highlights Women Artists in Split From the Past

When visitors enter the easternmost gallery on the seventh floor of the new Whitney Museum of American Art, the first thing they’ll see is The Seasons, a giant, almost 8-foot-wide oil painting by Lee Krasner. On the opposite wall is … Continue reading

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The Dealer Who Made Impressionism Famous

Photograph of Paul Durand-Ruel in his gallery (photo taken by Dornac, circ. 1910, all images courtesy the National Gallery, London) LONDON — Impressionism is easily one of, if not the most, accessible and universally enjoyed art movements. Monet’s water lilies … Continue reading

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