Monthly Archives: March 2017

Still Life Through Print and Paper at The National Gallery

A look into the past with landscape photography and old master drawings  Left: A Satyr (1544/1545) by Benvenuto Cellini Right: The Resurrection of Christ (1545/1548) by Francesco Salviati, gift of Andrea Woodner The National Gallery of Art is showcasing two … Continue reading

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University of Rio Grande professors to host Welsh Studies Art Exhibit – Jackson County Times

RIO GRANDE— The University of Rio Grande Madog Center for Welsh Studies will host a presentation by 2016-2017 Madog Faculty Fellows and professors of art, Benjy Davies and Kevin Lyles in the Esther Allen Greer Museum, Thursday, March 30 at … Continue reading

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Latest Exhibit No. 9 show is all about escapism

CLOSEx Embed x Share Take a look at some of the most popular Asbury Park hotels during the 19th and 20th centuries. Liz Dennerlein Detail from “Heaven Over Earth VIII” by Melissa Bronwen Pyle. Oil on canvas.(Photo: Courtesy of Exhibit … Continue reading

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Local artists present "Shades of Green" exhibit

Vines: Fibers plus willow and beads by artist Sandra Achterberg.(Photo: Photo courtesy SVA) SHEBOYGAN – Celebrate the arrival of spring this Friday by attending the opening reception of the “Shades of Green” exhibit by Sheboygan Visual Artist. This time of year everyone … Continue reading

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Should a white artist paint Emmett Till?

White artist Dana Schutz has found herself embroiled in what is perhaps 2017’s greatest art controversy. Her painting Open Casket (2016), now on view at the Whitney Museum of American Art’s Biennial exhibition, is the reason. An expressionist work, the … Continue reading

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Reshaping the Universe: VR Landscapes Explore Mind-Bending …

Virtual reality can take you to some far-out places — mountaintops, distant cities and even fantastical game worlds. A team of artists and mathematicians is now adding to that list: universes where the usual rules of geometry and physics don’t … Continue reading

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Everson Pays Tribute To A Neglected Creative Force

The Everson Museum of Art’s current show Bradley Walker Tomlin: A Retrospective tells the story of an artist who grew up in Syracuse, worked as an illustrator in New York City and eventually became part of the abstract expressionist movement. … Continue reading

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Columbia Open Studios shows off artists’ spaces, from messy to ‘eerily clean’

The studio of artist Joseph Byrne is new and neat as a pin, with a custom-made easel, rolling cabinets and expensive tubes of paint. “I haven’t had the time to clutter it up yet. Just give me some time,” he … Continue reading

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‘Contemporary Still Life’ at Cavalier Galleries, New York

“Contemporary Still Life,” a group exhibition featuring various artists started on March 20 and will run through April 28, 2017 at Cavalier Galleries, New York. The selection of works on display features recent paintings from the still-life genre. It highlights … Continue reading

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Gallipolis Daily Tribune | URG professors to host Welsh studies art …

RIO GRANDE — The University of Rio Grande Madog Center for Welsh Studies will host a presentation by 2016-17 Madog Faculty Fellows and professors of art, Benjy Davies and Kevin Lyles in the Esther Allen Greer Museum, Thursday, March 30 … Continue reading

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