Monthly Archives: April 2017

Artists display vertigo-inducing landscapes at 1700 La Poste

What could be more substantial than icebergs and mountains? Three artists cast doubt on that perception in Vide et Vertige (Void and Vertigo), a funhouse of an exhibition at 1700 La Poste. All three artists employ a sense of vertigo to … Continue reading

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Last Chance: Jason Fox at Square Cave Gallery

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Pop surrealist Robert Deyber masters realism, commits visual mischief

Bantam When one first sees the art of Robert Deyber, one is struck by the precise movements of the subjects and by the surrealism. A jackrabbit sits with a lit match in its mouth while a couple of buildings burn … Continue reading

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Album Review 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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Artist seeking landscapes for Canada 150 – Prince Edward Island …

A Quebec based artist is asking Canadians for help in creating art to celebrate Canada 150. Allison Robin Smith is looking for landscape pictures of Canada to help create 13 paintings of Canada’s natural beauty in a project she’s calling … Continue reading

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Art and Museums in NYC This Week

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HCAF Atelier Sneak Peek

2017-04-27 HCAF Atelier Sneak Peek Contributed In February, The Hill Country Arts Foundation Studio became the new home of artist in residence Holly White-Gehrt. Holly has been teaching workshops at HCAF and the foundation is so pleased to have her … Continue reading

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‘Still Life with Iris’ plays through May 14

From left: Grotto Good (Casey Bronson), Iris (Chaela Watkins) and Gretta Good (Julayne Fleury) in the Great Room on Great Island. (Courtesy Keith Kruger) Wed Apr 26th, 2017 10:00pm Life The Driftwood Players in Aberdeen are presenting “Still Life with … Continue reading

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Double Decker artists to feature paintings, jewelry, multimedia art

The time has once again come for Oxford’s famously fun Double Decker Arts Festival to grace the streets of the Square. This year, the festival will house more than 160 booths and vendors featuring crafts, drawings, glass, painting, photography, printmaking … Continue reading

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Theater Review: A Definitive Revival of O’Neill’s The Hairy … – Vulture

Bobby Cannavale in The Hairy Ape. Photo: Stephanie Berger. There’s something about our time that doesn’t favor expressionism, especially in mainstream theater. The distortion of perspective and the inflation of emotional state that we may enjoy in paintings often feel … Continue reading

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