Monthly Archives: August 2017

3 Questions

Artists who represent landscapes are many. It’s almost a default position, though we can’t blame anyone in that there are so many ways to go about it. Enter Nina Tichava, an artist born in Vallecitos, New Mexico, who trained in … Continue reading

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This artist’s new landscape studies are of melting glaciers

Photographer Justin Brice Guariglia’s studio in the Gowanus neighborhood of Brooklyn is a high-ceilinged warehouse with a single skylight shielded from the heat of a summer day. A single image is mounted on the back wall, a 16-foot-tall rectangle covered … Continue reading

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6 Easiest Van Gogh Paintings to Recreate – Insider Monkey

For all those painting enthusiasts there, here are some of the easiest Van Gogh paintings to recreate. Wondering how easy it is to copy a famous painting, and how easy is to draw paintings by famous artists? The first thing … Continue reading

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Rik van Iersel at Caldwell Snyder Gallery, San Francisco | BLOUIN …

Rik van Iersel’s recent paintings are on view at Caldwell Snyder Gallery. Born in the Netherlands in 1961, Rik van Iersel now lives and works in Eindhoven. In the initial stages of his career, he greatly experimented with cartoon illustration … Continue reading

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Women of Color Find Their Rightful Place in the History of American Abstraction

Mildred Thompson, “Magnetic Fields” (1991) oil on canvas, triptych 70.5 x 150 inches (art and photo courtesy and copyright of the Mildred Thompson Estate, Atlanta, GA) KANSAS CITY — Art history rarely gets it right the first time, but the … Continue reading

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Unsung (Asian-American) heroes of Abstract Expressionism

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Sculptor Carves Super Realistic Dragon From Watermelon

This sculptor obviously had a lot of time on their hands to get this much detail into this dragon’s head. All I can say is, WOW. That’s a mark of being impressed quite honestly as watching this clip in its … Continue reading

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Lakeside Contemporary Art Gallery exhibit planned

The Lakeside Contemporary Art Gallery will present paintings by Sandra Pealer, paintings by Tamara Richel and sculpture by John Hooper in an exhibit on view Thursday, Aug. 24, through Saturday, Sept. 30. An artist’s reception, featuring complimentary snacks and cash … Continue reading

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YoungBoy Never Broke Again Brings Back Rap Realism

“AI YoungBoy,” his latest mixtape, which he released this month, is his best so far. It comes just three months after he was released from prison having pleaded guilty to aggravated assault with a firearm, dodging attempted murder charges. Photo … Continue reading

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Community News For The Valley Edition

Simsbury Grange Agricultural Fair WEST SIMSBURY — Simsbury Grange will host its annual Agricultural Fair on Saturday, Sept. 16, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 236 Farms Village Road. The fair will feature a bake and craft sale, exhibits … Continue reading

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