Monthly Archives: August 2017

Drug stores, jazz and a smoking Statue of Liberty: pop-art provocateur Larry Rivers – in pictures

Larry Rivers became an artist in the 1940s, and was soon part of a New York avant-garde scene of dancers, musicians and writers. A saxophonist-turned-painter, he refused to adhere to any genre, and his puckish work has an air of … Continue reading

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Man who killed nursing student in 2006 still sentenced to life

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A judge upheld a life sentence Thursday for a man convicted of killing a nursing student in 2006 when he was 17 years old. Kimothy Simmons will now be eligible for a sentence review after 25 years, because … Continue reading

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Pavilion alumni to give talk on art

<!– var articlecredit = []; var articlecaption = []; var articleimage = []; –> MOUNT MORRIS — Pavilion native Jay Brooks will return to the area Saturday to talkArticle source: http://www.thedailynewsonline.com/bdn05/pavilion-alumni-to-give-talk-on-art-20170831

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After The Punch Bowl, Can There Still Be Life In The Party?

By Nick Niziolek, Kyle Ruge and Todd Speed Global asset prices have benefited from the multi-year cycle of global monetary policy stimulus, as the search for yield has encouraged investors to invest capital in all corners of the world. With … Continue reading

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Portrait Series Featured at the Harrington Gallery

The Harrington Gallery at the Firehouse Arts Center in Pleasanton presents a portrait series by urban landscape painter and muralist Mike Manente, on display to the public from August 30 through October 7. Harrington Gallery Director Julie Finegan calls the … Continue reading

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Artists on Art Tours at Olana – Maia Cruz Palileo, Jackie Goss & Jenny Perlin

HUDSON – The Olana Partnership Artists on Art tour series continues with artist Maia Cruz Palileo on Friday, September 1 and team media artists Jacqueline Goss Jenny Perlin on Friday, September 15. These specialty tours of the main house at … Continue reading

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Artist brings Scottish landscapes to Beaverton gallery

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Familiar names to pop up in art association’s new exhibit | Arts and …

Tammy Real-McKeighan News Editor Tammy Real-McKeighan is news editor of the Fremont Tribune. She covers news, features, religion stories and writes the weekly faith-based, Spiritual Spinach column. Article source: http://fremonttribune.com/entertainment/arts-and-theatre/familiar-names-to-pop-up-in-art-association-s-new/article_a422530e-09eb-5e8c-a037-e8e4832c2f33.html

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A Pair of Painters Brings California’s Highways, Water Tanks & Buildings to Life

Many a trip to Wine Country includes a stop in Yountville, known for its high-end tasting rooms and famous restaurants. But on your next visit, as you cruise into town, don’t overlook the gorgeous new mural adorning the highway’s underpass. … Continue reading

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A Slovenian Biennial that Breaks the Mold

Jelsen Lee Innocent, “As If Our Bodies Were Built To House Your Bullets” (2017) digital print installation (photo by Peter Rauch) LJUBLJANA, Slovenia — This summer has seen a European procession of art behemoths — Art Basel, Venice Biennale, Documenta … Continue reading

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