Monthly Archives: June 2015

Artists capture Cahas Mountain and other landscapes before pipeline

Photos by ERICA YOON | The Roanoke Times ey janeduncanstogner 060915 p04 The prospect of a pipeline coming through the area inspired Jane Stogner to paint Franklin County landscapes. Stogner’s art is on display at the Franklin County Public Library … Continue reading

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Self-Portrait: Susan Lucas

Staring at a unique piece of art, you can’t help but wonder at the mind that envisioned and created it. In its semi-regular feature “Self-Portrait,” the Daily News “picks the brains” of local artists about their development, their medium and … Continue reading

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Highland arts gallery features Royal Oak artist

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The Gambler: How Paul Durand-Ruel Bet Big on Impressionism (and Won)

Picture This by Bob Duggan about 23 hours ago 21 17 14 What would you do? Imagine you’re a politically conservative, devoutly religious art dealer fleeing your war-torn country when you suddenly see art radically unlike anything you’ve seen before. … Continue reading

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London Theater Review: ‘The Trial’ Starring Rory Kinnear

Franz Kafka’s novella “The Trial” gets the Richard Jones treatment at the Young Vic — that is to say, the director whizzes it into a far-out psychedelic loop-de-loop that does it no favors. Josef K (Rory Kinnear), who wakes up one … Continue reading

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Sneak preview: Melbourne Art Trams

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Alex Katz landscape exhibit opens at the High Museum of Art

Login / Register OR No Account? Register here. Arts Events The exhbit includes 15 pieces unveiled to the public for the first time June 22, 2015 Tess Malone Add a comment White House 2, 2012, oil on linen, 126 x … Continue reading

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Valley artist’s work requires active viewing for different perspective – Las Vegas Review

Inside the recently opened Spring Mountains Visitor Gateway Center is a frosty white mural that holds hidden secrets to the naked eye. It’s only when seen with a polarized viewer that a new colorful world greets the eyes. It is … Continue reading

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Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots, Tate Liverpool, review: ‘a last hurrah’

Jackson Pollock in the process of his energetic “action painting” (Image: Hans Namuth) The Black Paintings don’t tend to figure prominently, if at all, in discussions of Pollock’s oeuvre. Certainly, the customary view is that he and his art declined … Continue reading

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You’ll Totally Flip Over These Incredible Pancake Works of Art

The Mickey-Mouse head pancakes you’re so proud of? Yeah, this isn’t going to make you feel so accomplished. A YouTube channel called TigerTomato is heating up, with the latest Queen Elsa pancake video getting more than 600,000 views in the … Continue reading

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