Monthly Archives: June 2017

Corel Painter 2018 Redefines Realism in Digital Paint, Bridges the Gap Between 2D and 3D Art Creation

OTTAWA, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – June 27, 2017) – Editors note: Four photos and one video accompany this press release. Corel introduces Painter® 2018, the world’s most powerful and creative digital painting software that continues to change what’s possible in art. Whether … Continue reading

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A New Aperture Book Peter Hujar: Speed Of Life Analyzes An Uncompromising Photographer

The career of the late fine art photographer Peter Hujar could be both inspiring and daunting to a young photographer like myself. On one hand, Hujar’s abilities for evoking dark psychological themes, imbuing a distinct visual aesthetic into the various … Continue reading

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Art works inspired by nature and the elegance of greyhounds and horses

Martin Joyce and artist Josephine Guilfoyle. Ballinalack artist, Josephine Guilfoyle, had just finished hanging the paintings in her exhibition at the Atrium in County Buildings when we spoke to her this afternoon. A self-taught artist born to Irish parents in … Continue reading

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2 exhibits open Sunday at Gmeiner Center – Elmira Star

Artist Denny Smith is shown with his painting titled “BC Target.” It will not be in his show at the Gmeiner, but another five from his random choice series will be.(Photo: Provided) Abstract paintings by Allen “Denny” C. Smith will … Continue reading

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Strongsville residents can learn to paint while sipping wine in new art studio

STRONGSVILLE, Ohio – A national chain of art studios that combines painting lessons with a little wine-sipping plans to open a Strongsville location. Painting with a Twist, which has more than 300 franchised studios in 37 states, is moving into … Continue reading

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Al Bruce: Redskins no longer look like still life – The Evening Tribune

No, they’re not Super Bowl bound but they won more games and got further than they have in the NFL playoffs since 1992 when they beat the Buffalo Bills in that year’s version of football king of the hill. The … Continue reading

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Shrewsbury artists inspired by demonstration

Tom Godfrey Wicked Local Correspondent SHREWSBURY  — Shrewsbury Artist Guild members and attendees who braved a dreary morning on Saturday, June 24 witnessed the artistic process of artist Alix Porras in action. The event, which was billed as a demonstration … Continue reading

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Putting Your Monet Where Your Mouth Is

An entry dated October 30, 1891 in the ledger book of Knoedler Gallery, the American branch of the French art dealers Goupil and Cie, shows that the once-fabled gallery, seller to the great American collectors of the Gilded Age and several … Continue reading

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Creative vision and some order

I spent part of last week in Canberra. The main topics for discussion were water policy and infrastructure and the Greater Shepparton Council and Committee for Greater Shepparton were both represented. We based ourselves in the Member for Murray’s office … Continue reading

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