Monthly Archives: January 2017

‘Little piece of heaven’: John D. Barrow’s landscapes preserve Skaneateles of long ago

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203 Fine Art exhibits ‘San Francisco to Taos’

Friday (Jan. 27), 203 Fine Art will premiere “San Francisco to Taos,” an exhibition dedicated to the works of prominent artists both representing the finest of the Bay Area abstract expressionists and honoring their place in the era of the … Continue reading

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Sydney Festival 2017 Still Life review: Still Life delivers

STILL LIFE Carriageworks, January 27- 29 SHARE Share on Facebook SHARE Share on Twitter TWEET Article source: http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/sydney-festival/still-life-review-20170129-gu10ha.html

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Artistes du Terrebonne: Our Artist of the Month loves landscapes

Terrebonne Fine Arts Guild The Terrebonne Fine Arts Guild has selected Sam Richardson as Artist of the Month for February. His exhibit will be on display Feb. 1-24 at Downtown Art Gallery 630, 630 Belanger St. in Houma. Gallery hours … Continue reading

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Above and beyond realism | News | Palo Alto Online |

The past year has been a period of upheaval for the Cantor Arts Center, with the departure of Executive Director Connie Wolf and the reinstallation of the permanent collection galleries. It seems appropriate, therefore, that the museum ended 2016 on … Continue reading

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New MOCA exhibit ‘Hans Hofmann: Works on Paper’ documents long career of an artist who ‘transcended genre and … – Florida Times

Though he is considered one of the pioneers of abstract expressionism, during his long career the German-born painter-turned-U.S. citizen Hans Hofmann embraced many styles. Born in 1880, he was first drawn to Impressionism. He then spent time in Paris in … Continue reading

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‘Gaggle of Artists’ event at Wallkill River School on Feb. 4 – Times Herald

MONTGOMERY — Thirty artists from the Wallkill River School, the nonprofit arts organization located at 232 Ward St., Montgomery, invite the public to a live demonstration from 5-7 p.m. Feb. 4 (snow date Feb. 11). The artists will create works using techniques varying … Continue reading

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Lelija Roy displays works at Raitman Art Galleries in Breckenridge

As an artist, Lelija Roy seeks to draw powerful responses in her viewers by motivating them to protect the beautiful landscapes she paints. Fortunately for planet Earth, she has been quite successful. Her newest works provide confirmation on both her … Continue reading

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American Impressionism. Part 1

In the last quarter of the nineteenth century, the land in Branchville, Connecticut, was too uneven and rocky for profitable farming, and the transportation routes between this small town and the state capital of Hartford or New York City were … Continue reading

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203 Fine Art exhibits ‘San Francisco to Taos’ | The Taos News

Friday (Jan. 27), 203 Fine Art will premiere “San Francisco to Taos,” an exhibition dedicated to the works of prominent artists both representing the finest of the Bay Area abstract expressionists and honoring their place in the era of the … Continue reading

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