Monthly Archives: July 2017

Palm Springs Life

“Gesture is the impulse, the potential, the kinetic,” she says. “I don’t want to lose that. I’m at that midpoint [in this series], where the paintings are becoming more composed and practiced. There’s a point where that can go too … Continue reading

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Rediscovering the Fin-de-siècle Austrian Artist Who Anticipated Expressionism

Richard Gerstl, “Semi-Nude Self-Portrait” (1902-04) oil on canvas, (all images courtesy of the Neue Galerie New York) When the exhibition Richard Gerstl: A Painter’s Fate opened at the Neue Galerie in Vienna on September 28, 1931, the press reacted with … Continue reading

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Unseen David Bowie photos show a young performer on the cusp of fame

Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what’s happening in the world as it unfolds. Article source: http://www.cnn.com/2017/07/31/arts/unseen-david-bowie-portraits/index.html

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The whole is greater than the sum of its parts

MELBOURNE — As a native of the Chicago suburbs, Nancy Adams grew up with a deep appreciation of art, regularly visiting museums and art institutes, although she never classified herself as an artist. Today, she creates assemblages — a three-dimensional … Continue reading

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Awards milestone celebrated

The historic town of Cossack was far from a ghost town last Saturday night as hundreds of people came together to celebrate the 25th annual Cossack Art Awards. Almost $90,000 of prizes were given out across 10 categories, five of … Continue reading

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2 Utah men still have life without parole for teen crimes

Utah’s two prisoners serving life without parole for slayings they carried out as 17-year-olds both tried and failed to appeal their sentences, keeping them in prison despite key rulings from the U.S. Supreme Court on juvenile lifers. A 50-state examination … Continue reading

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Mason City artist featured in exhibition at McNider

“The Intruder”, Colored Pencil. Article source: http://globegazette.com/forestcitysummit/mason-city-artist-featured-in-exhibition-at-mcnider/article_16f6307d-d3e5-5851-89cd-7b3de2a7ff3d.html

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Aficionados crowd waterfront to admire original art

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What you see when you see: Art in search of the sublime …

By: Suresh Jayaram Works of veteran artist Surya Prakash persistently focus on looking at the natural world with intensity Work on the same time on sky, water, branches, ground — keeping everything going on an equal basis… Don’t be afraid … Continue reading

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Final Fantasy 12: The Zodiac Age’s Remastered Look Comes At A …

In my first few minutes with the PS4 HD remaster of Final Fantasy 12 I was awestruck by how fresh it looked. As a recent blog post by designer Robert Yang explains, however, the new game’s new coat of paint … Continue reading

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