Monthly Archives: November 2015

Peechaya Burroughs Still Life Images of Food at Play

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Iconic artist Ed Ruscha to be named Oklahoma cultural treasure

Ed Ruscha, world-renowned artist and noted pioneer of the Pop art movement, plans to be on hand when he is designated the 12th Oklahoma Cultural Treasure by Gov. Mary Fallin and the Oklahoma Arts Council at the 40th Annual Governor’s … Continue reading

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Meet the Decatur painter behind the holiday home tour art

DeAnn Meely never intended on getting involved with one of the city’s most popular holiday events — at least not during her first year in town. By reaching out to the organizers of the Christmas home tour, the newcomer to … Continue reading

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‘How to Watch a Movie,’ by David Thomson

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Newport Art Museum showcasing the exquisite work of portrait artist Durr Freedley

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Symphony Review: TSO violin soloist no enigma

Edward Elgar’s “Enigma Variations” filled the second half of the recent Tucson Symphony Orchestra’s Classic Series concert, but there was nothing enigmatic about violin soloist Elena Urioste’s performance earlier in the program. Her reading of the Sibelius “Violin Concerto” was … Continue reading

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Springfield Museum of Art show salutes rich legacy of regionalists from Ohio

Springfield, Ohio — For many years, modernism was considered the only art movement of the early-20th century worth mentioning. The most influential critics and curators of the post-World War II era, when looking back on the decades immediately preceding, preferred … Continue reading

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Tennessee State Museum unveils four blockbuster exhibitions

Jessica Ingram, “Koinonia Farms, Americus, Georgia,” 2007.(Photo: Jessica Ingram) The Tennessee State Museum has just unveiled four new blockbuster exhibitions that will carry the museum through the spring of next year. The shows offer a range of captivating artwork including … Continue reading

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State Theatre Hosts Local Artist’s Painting Exhibit

Hard work and commitment have paid off for State College area artist Marisa Eichman. Two and a half years after her first experience with oil painting, she has won awards at four Art Alliance of Central Pennsylvania shows. Eichman’s first … Continue reading

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Tom Hawkins talks about the heartache he still lives with after losing his mum …

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