Monthly Archives: November 2016

Art review: Hyper-realistic works appeal to all ages in Canton show

By Kerry Clawson Beacon Journal arts writer Article source: http://www.ohio.com/entertainment/arts/art-review-hyper-realistic-works-appeal-to-all-ages-in-canton-show-1.729503

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Life and death in a plate of fruit – Culture – Haaretz

Last Days T. Carmi The berry is redder than it was. The apple is greener than it was. The banana is yellower than it was. The platter, white with a blue rim, Glints like a sapphire. Such a still dance … Continue reading

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Straight from the art

Ashlyn Miller, 14, of Waynesboro, collected items and raised funds to pack up 47 shoeboxes for needy children around the world. But in addition to the typical items such as clothing, treats and toys, Ashlyn included a hand-painted canvas in … Continue reading

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Derbyshire Landscapes by Japanese Artist: Bamford, Edale, Grindleford, and New Mills

Derbyshire Landscapes by Japanese Artist: Bamford, Edale, Grindleford, and New Mills Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Derbyshire in England is blessed with countless adorable villages and towns throughout the High Peak region. Indeed, the entire county is a wonder … Continue reading

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An Empty and Posturing Hamilton

The much publicized and ballyhooed “statement” by the cast of the hit musical Hamilton directed at vice-president elect Mike Pence last week was worse than rude. As some have pointed out, it is yet another example of the left’s attempt … Continue reading

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Ravaged Sublime photography exhibit at Dayton Art Institute

Siegwarth values the roles of museums within communities because she believes in their mission and values — to be sites of cultural empathy and inclusion. “Art has the power to provide insights into our past, present, and future,” she concludes. … Continue reading

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Abstract Expressionism at the RA

Image: Willem De Kooning’s Woman II (1952) Abstract Expressionism at The Royal Academy is an ambitious show by any measure. It is the first of its kind in the UK for over half a century to examine this expansive movement … Continue reading

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Magical, mythical worlds: ‘Dream Worlds’ brings fantastic visions to Canton Museum of Art

By Dan Kane Repository entertainment editor Think about the visual things that are prevalent in popular culture. Superheroes. Video games. Fanciful movies such as “Fantastic Beasts,” which was No. 1 at the box office last weekend. Television series like “Game … Continue reading

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Hull 1-1 West Brom: Still life in wounded Tigers

Hull captain Michael Dawson cut through the KCOM Stadium gloom to grab a second-half equaliser and deny visitors West Brom a third straight Premier League win. Gareth McAuley’s 34th-minute opener looked set to send the Tigers sliding to another defeat … Continue reading

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Landscapes from benefactor’s collection on display

WINCHESTER — A recently opened exhibit at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley will take viewers through the lands of England, France, Italy, America and a world of imagination. Featuring original works of art, “This Must Be the Place: The Art … Continue reading

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