Monthly Archives: July 2017

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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East meets West in Paul Brigham’s multimedia landscapes

New solo exhibition opens Aug. 1 at Gallatin River Gallery EBS STAFF A solo exhibition of new work by multimedia artist Paul Brigham opens at Big Sky’s Gallatin River Gallery on Aug. 1, and runs through Sept. 30. “Mineral Kingdom,” … Continue reading

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Native revolution: Exhibit explores fusion of tribal influences, 20th …

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — In the 1960s and ’70s, Native artists fused tribal influences with 20th century art movements, planting the seeds of … Continue reading

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Art Deconstructed: Still-life artist pairs design elements and fruit – Charleston Gazette

Chris Krupinski sees more than just fruit when she looks at lemons, pears, pomegranates and grapes. She notices shadows, lines and triangles. That’s how she approaches her still-life watercolor paintings that often feature fruits. “I do like fruit,Article source: http://www.wvgazettemail.com/ae-arts/20170729/art-deconstructed-still-life-artist-pairs-design-elements-and-fruit

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Deadly lake conditions to calm Sunday after 2 pulled from water die – Chicago Sun

A boat party on Lake Michigan was postponed Saturday as authorities continue to warn beachgoers and boaters about “life-threatening” high waves and dangerous rip currents following separate incidents early Saturday that left two men dead after they were pulled from … Continue reading

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Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age’s Remastered Look Comes At A Cost

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

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Flashback: Still Life (2006) – Jia Zhangke’s Three Gorges Dam chronicle of destruction and despair

Chinese filmmaker Jia Zhangke likes to slow things down so that they can be clearly observed. For Platform (2000), Unknown Pleasures (2002) and The World (2004) – the trilogy that will probably stand as his masterpiece – he adopted a … Continue reading

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Silsden artist Dorie Schrecker dies at age of 87 after lifetime of landscapes

A SILSDEN artist who married a famous German cellist has died at the age of 87. Doris Schrecker travelled across Europe with husband Bruno painting landscapes as she went. Silsden arts enthusiast Colin Neville, who curates the ‘Not Just Hockney’ … Continue reading

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Retired nurse focuses on wonders of nature in first solo art exhibit [photos]

This is her first solo art show, and it’s possible Rena Malone has overprepared. For “Four Seasons at Reflection Riding,” opening Friday in Exum Gallery at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Malone has completed 78 oil paintings. That’s about three times … Continue reading

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Art galleries in Las Vegas – Las Vegas Review

‘Leeward’ Abstract photographic landscapes of natural horizon lines by Jessica Larva, associate professor of art, media and design at DePaul University. Artspace Gallery at College of Southern Nevada, 3200 E. Cheyenne Ave., North Las Vegas. 8 a.m.-10:30 p.m. Mon.-Fri.,8 a.m.-5 … Continue reading

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