Monthly Archives: July 2015

Reese Witherspoon Still Lives by Elle Woods’s Style Mantra: ‘When You Look …

We remember Legally Blonde‘s Elle Woods for her flexibility (read: the Bend and Snap) and her festive designer wardrobe (she was an early adopter of the matchy-matchy outfits trend). Turns out, Reese Witherspoon still turns to her famous big screen … Continue reading

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Rolling Hills, Satanic Mills plumbs landscape painting at the Frick

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Show at Capers features artist who paints crows…

Campbellford – Hand-painted crows soaring in a variety of landscapes are what make the work of Warkworth artist Christopher Thorpe alluring and fun. His paintings are on display in Capers Restaurant in Campbellford until August 11. Article source: http://www.insidebelleville.com/news-story/5765943-show-at-capers-features-artist-who-paints-crows-onto-panoramic-landscapes/

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Where in the World of Art Do Agnes Martin’s Visionary Paintings Belong?

Agnes Martin Photographed by Mary Ellen Mark, Vogue, November 1992 One of my favorite places to see Agnes Martin’s paintings has always been Dia: Beacon, which has a selection of her earliest and latest works on long-term view, in the … Continue reading

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Review: Judith Bernstein Weaves Feminist Messages

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Nosferaaarghtu: why they shouldn’t remake Dracula’s best film outing

Related: Nosferatu to rise from dead again as Hollywood plans second remake For a film to be remade once looks like flattery. Any more than that and it is starting to become creepy. So the news that the classic silent … Continue reading

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The Moments of Realism

THE ODD THING about literary “realism” is that it is not a descriptive term at all, but a period: roughly 1830–1895, from Stendhal’s The Red and the Black to Hardy’s Jude the Obscure. Many classics of 19th-century realism would be … Continue reading

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Review: Athens artists take different approaches

In “Stilt Walker,” Nina Cunningham creates a circuslike at atmosphere with her combinations of paint and colorful collage.(Photo: Provided) For art lovers who have a difficult time leaving the area to view other art exhibitions, Crawfordsville’s Athens of Indiana Art … Continue reading

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Ohio County Woman’s Legacy Still Lives on Through Organ Donation

OHIO COUNTY, W.Va. – In March of 2008, the life of a young Ohio County woman was taken in the blink of an eye after a tragic car accident– fast forward seven years and the woman who wanted to do … Continue reading

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Visual notes: Fahamu Pecou art coming to MARTA; Poem 88 presents landscapes

Atlanta artist Fahamu Pecou will create works for four MARTA stations, starting with King Memorial station, as part of “En Route.” The public art project, funded in part by a recently announced $50,000 National Endowment for the Arts grant, is … Continue reading

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