Monthly Archives: August 2016

The House of Fine Art Presents: ‘Top of the Pop’

LONDON, August 31, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Location: THE ROYAL OPERA ARCADE GALLERY Royal Opera Arcade, 5b Pall Mall, SW1Y 4UY, London Exhibition dates: 19th September – 1st Octoberhttp://www.TopofthePop.co.uk   A unique Pop Art Exhibition featuring a selection of very rare, … Continue reading

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Johnson Fine Arts Center schedule already brimming; find dates and upcoming performances here

Northern State University’s art galleries and revamped Johnson Fine Arts Center will host a variety of student, faculty and national artist exhibitions and performances through the 2016-17 school year. A new art gallery at the JFAC has a lineup of … Continue reading

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Tom Wolfe’s ‘The Kingdom of Speech’ Takes Aim at Darwin and Chomsky

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Cool Spaces: 100-year-old brick home is on 2016 ‘Come Home to Lakewood’ tour (photos and video)

CLEVELAND, Ohio – – Six years ago, Allen and Kerri Rodgers were preparing to move from Atlanta to Cleveland when they became fixated on a home in Lakewood that the couple found on the Internet. “There was a virtual tour … Continue reading

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Museum Watch: Impressionism at the Musée de Pont-Aven, Brittany

Ernest Rouart, L’Homme au chien, portrait d’Eugène Rouart, 1904, oil on canvas Pont-Aven is a pretty town in Brittany where, benefitting from the train service from Paris that was introduced at the end of the 19th century, the new generation of Impressionist … Continue reading

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Pontillas’ neo-expressionism captivates, dabbles in the abstract

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Walnut Creek artist finds the abstract in realistic works …

WALNUT CREEK — When Peter McNeill looks at his painting, “Red Ship,” he tries to interact with it in a way he said he imagines a viewer would. “I like that red but I especially like the shape of that … Continue reading

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Still life in those paddling arms | Stuff.co.nz

Manawatu’s Anne Cairns, here competing at the Lagoa Stadium at the Rio Olympics, isn’t ruling out trying for another Games. Manawatu flat water kayaker Anne Cairns isn’t ruling out another tilt at the Olympics, but has four years of paddling … Continue reading

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Art Fair on the Square Opens Sept. 4

Jacqui Blatchford of Lake Forest stands in her both at last year’s show. Photo courtesy of Rob Kuehnle. LAKE FOREST — Artists from New York to California and others with distinct North Shore ties will offer their creations at Lake … Continue reading

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Pablo Escobar Was a Horrible Man. But He Was an Interesting Person.

Vernacular is, of course, important to realism. But the vocal online community who took issue with these matters could have also been upset that, once again, outsiders are recognizing their country for its villain instead of a hero. Just hours … Continue reading

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