Monthly Archives: January 2016

4 Jacksonville art students win American Vision awards – Florida Times

Nicolas Mote hopes to someday become a computer graphic artist, turning the images in his head into animated films. The Douglas Anderson School of the Arts senior has taken another step in that direction by winning two American Vision awards, … Continue reading

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Janet Fish’s Jarring Experiments in Still Life Painting

Janet Fish, “Smucker’s Jelly” (1973), oil on canvas, 36 x 64 in (all images courtesy of DC Moore Gallery, New York) Among several modes enthusiastically adopted by painters in the last century, spontaneity is still held in the highest regard. … Continue reading

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A Talk with Dan’s Papers Cover Artist Pam Vossen

<!– window.___gcfg = { lang: “en-US”, parsetags: “onload” }; –> Tweet This week’s cover artist, Pam Vossen, has been studying oil and pastel for over 30 years, beginning when she signed up for landscape lessons at the former Huntington Fine … Continue reading

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How the Knoedler Lawsuit Transformed a ‘Sublime’ Rothko Painting Into Junk

Share X THE DAILY PIC (#1479): My normal rule for this column is that I have to have seen each day’s artwork with my own eyes before writing, but I’m breaking it today because I have it on good authority … Continue reading

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Chainsaw wood carver Michael Blaine turns hobby into profession – Wilkes Barre Times

Michael Blaine sliced, shaved, jabbed and poked at an 8-foot-high white pine log with his assorted chainsaws until the form of a cowgirl emerged. Periodically consulting photographs of the woman he’s recreating, the Foster Township wood carver added subtle details … Continue reading

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The Art Gallery at Mills Park opens tonight with work by Martha Lent and Paul Scarborough

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Giverny: inspiration for Impressionists

• France summer holiday guide It is the lily pond that most visitors head for first. The garden is split in two by a country road, so you have to pass through a little tunnel to get there. Immediately you … Continue reading

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Museum & Gallery Listings for Jan. 29-Feb. 4

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Star Wars director says Episode IX will be shot on film

Colin Trevorrow, the director of Star Wars: Episode IX, say he wants to shoot the 2019 movie using real film not digital cameras. And why? Because using digital would be anachronistic. “I could never shoot Star Wars on anything but [film] … Continue reading

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‘Still Life’ Photos of Petrified Animals at Lake Natron

© Nick Brandt. Courtesy of Edwynn Houk Gallery, NY Lake Natron in Northern Tanzania is extremely high in soda and salt content. After animals die in the lake, their carcasses are preserved through calcification as they dry, resulting in petrified … Continue reading

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