Monthly Archives: April 2017

Southern Alberta landscape focus of exhibit opening at Casa

By Mabell, Dave on April 29, 2017. Southern Alberta’s topography offers an amazing variety of visual treats: lakes, mountains, rivers, hills, valleys. But sometimes we simply take it for granted. Artworks can prompt us to take another look at some … Continue reading

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Gadsden museum’s children’s room focuses on visual arts – News …

By Benjamin NunnallyTimes Staff Writer Next week will be busy at the Gadsden Museum of Art, with the grand opening of its GMA Art Play room at 12:15 p.m. Tuesday and the opening of three new exhibits during First Friday. … Continue reading

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Little Cub – Still Life

Peckham three-piece Little Cub make electronic music with a human heart, Dominic Gore’s observant lyrics adding depth to the analogue synth lines and snapping beats that propel them.  A portrait of modern life, debut ‘Still Life’ is a record of … Continue reading

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Sanford Gifford’s scenic landscapes on view at Cedar Grove

Sanford Robinson Gifford – Twilight in the Catskills, 1861; oil on canvas 27 X 54 in.; Yale Univ. Art Gallery, Gift of Joanne and John Payson in memory of Joan Whitney and Charles Shipman Payson, class of 1921, and in … Continue reading

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Femme Fatales of the North: Danger! Women! Art!

By Terry Leavitt Kristen Pobatschnig (left) and Rebecca Klementovich are the art collaborative “Femme Fatales of the North.” (JAMIE GEMMITI PHOTO)CONWAY — Women, mountains, danger. Such were the images that abstract painters Kristen Pobatschnig and Rebecca Klementovich hoped to bring … Continue reading

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Where ‘Get Your Shit and Go’ Is Still a Way of Life

The 1992 Los Angeles riots started at the intersection of Florence and Normandie avenues. (Getty Images) When we were kids growing up in Los Angeles, our favorite thing to do on weekends was to walk around the corner from our … Continue reading

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Java John’s features Nordic art

Close Matthew Epsey (‘19) and Garret Baumler (‘20) enjoy the gnome and Nordic landscape pieces. Lily Kime (‘19) | Chips Lily Kime (‘19) | Chips Matthew Epsey (‘19) and Garret Baumler (‘20) enjoy the gnome and Nordic landscape pieces. Close … Continue reading

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Lorimar Winery Hosts Art Show

From Lorimar Winery: Next week, the work of more than a dozen prominent painters, sculptors and photographers will be on display for a three-day show and sale at Lorimar Winery, 39990 Anza Road, in Temecula wine country — an event … Continue reading

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Former INL engineer carves a niche in art

SALMON — Richard Rabe began carving wood roughly half a century ago with the goal of occupying himself in the evenings to avoid “the idiot box,” his nickname for television. Rabe, who worked for nearly three decades as an engineer … Continue reading

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Amber Rose Sends A Friendly Reminder Hoe Is Still Life – SOHH.com

Vixen Amber Rose has no shame in names. The hip-hop model has flexed her hoe pride and reminded followers about the annual SlutWalk coming soon. Rose went to Instagram Thursday (April 27) with a hoe-based message. This week, Amber tried … Continue reading

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