Monthly Archives: July 2017

The 130-Year-Old Paint Shop That Invented Oil Pastels for Picasso

In 1912, Sennelier published The Chemistry of Colors, a guidebook that outlined how he created paint. He hoped artists would “understand the sincerity of this essay, and how it is untouched by the shadow of advertising,” he wrote. “Chemistry is … Continue reading

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James Taylor reflects on life and career that’re still moving fast

James Taylor reflects on life and career that’re still moving fast James Taylor reflects on a life, and career, that is still moving fast By Andrew Dansby July 28, 2017

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Flint Hills exhibit artist reception

Visitors have the opportunity meet three Flint Hills artists and discuss their work during a reception at Pioneer Bluffs, a historic ranch near Matfield Green. On exhibit is the work of Joseph Loganbill, Peggy Lyon, and Deb Schroer, artists whose … Continue reading

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Focus Of Show Is JFK, Landscapes

“Closed for the Season” by Betsy Payne Cook is part of the show “JFK: Lands He Loved—A Centennial Celebration in Art” in Hyannis on view at Gallery Artrio August 1 through October 9. An opening reception for the show will … Continue reading

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Landscapes featured in Crossings exhibit – Post

Tom Weber Life Reporter Tom covers primarily arts and entertainment for the Post Bulletin and 507 Magazine. He also often writes feature stories about local history. He is a native of Milwaukee, WI, and enjoys reading and traveling. Article source: … Continue reading

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August at the MacRostie Art Center

Exhibiting artists include: Leslie Barlow, Duane Barnhart, Bradley Benn, Kimberly Benson, Sandra Boreen, Laurie Borggreve, Nancy Stalnaker Bundy, Dawnette Davis, David Dobbs, Constantine Dorn, Anne-Marie Erickson, Tyler Evin, Kristin Grevich, Ralph E. Hanggi Jr., Chelsey Jo Johnson, Jeremy Jones, Kelli … Continue reading

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Rare impressionist paintings at Moretti Fine Arts gallery

Nineteen paintings signed by several of the leading artists of the early twentieth century are now on display at the Moretti Fine Arts gallery. The exhibition “A summer in Monaco: from Impressionism to Modern art” pays tribute to the artistic … Continue reading

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Hans Hofmann at Portland Museum of Art

An exhibition of works by American-German painter Hans Hofmann is on view at Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Maine. “Hans Hofmann: Works on Paper” features works on paper by the artist and provides an in-depth look at this aspect of Hofmann’s … Continue reading

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Why is there a Stella Artois mural in NoDa?

Last week, NoDa saw the addition of four new murals to two different buildings on North Davidson Street. Three can be found on the Solstice Tavern walls, and another can be found on the wall at 35th and North Davidson … Continue reading

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北京,有2000万人假装在生活: Viral essay about "fake lives" of …

An online essay titled “Beijing Has 20 Million People Pretending to Have a Life Here” (“北京,有2000万人假装在生活,” full English translation here) by Chinese writer and blogger Zhang Wumao (张五毛) became a viral hit on WeChat and Weibo after it was published … Continue reading

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