Monthly Archives: October 2017

Photos of Lewis Hine at Fenimore Art Museum

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For Freeport sculptor, it’s ‘real’ Harry Caray or bust

Kevin Kirkpatrick’s sculpture of Harry Caray deserves a “Holy Cow” the first time you see it. The 39-year-old Freeport resident and Hollywood makeup-effects artist strives for “hyper-realism” in his pieces, and in Caray’s case, the human-like head on the 50-pound, … Continue reading

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For Freeport sculptor, it’s ‘real’ Harry Caray or bust

Kevin Kirkpatrick’s sculpture of Harry Caray deserves a “Holy Cow” the first time you see it. The 39-year-old Freeport resident and Hollywood makeup-effects artist strives for “hyper-realism” in his pieces, and in Caray’s case, the human-like head on the 50-pound, … Continue reading

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For Freeport sculptor, it’s ‘real’ Harry Caray or bust

Kevin Kirkpatrick’s sculpture of Harry Caray deserves a “Holy Cow” the first time you see it. The 39-year-old Freeport resident and Hollywood makeup-effects artist strives for “hyper-realism” in his pieces, and in Caray’s case, the human-like head on the 50-pound, … Continue reading

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For Freeport sculptor, it’s ‘real’ Harry Caray or bust

Kevin Kirkpatrick’s sculpture of Harry Caray deserves a “Holy Cow” the first time you see it. The 39-year-old Freeport resident and Hollywood makeup-effects artist strives for “hyper-realism” in his pieces, and in Caray’s case, the human-like head on the 50-pound, … Continue reading

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How to view art like an expert: Breaking down a Van Gogh painting …

Editor’s note: This article is part of a three-part series. For an explainer on classical music, click or tap here. For an explainer on Baltimore Club music, click or tap here. A painting of a pair of worn boots coated … Continue reading

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Like Many Parts of American Life, Violent Crime Is Still Largely Segregated

Also over those years, the report found that the rate of white-on-black violence “declined 74%, from 10.2 victimizations per 1,000 black persons to 2.6 per 1,000,” and that the rate of black-on-white violence “declined 80%, from 14.9 victimizations per 1,000 … Continue reading

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Paint Night, still lifes at The Art Loft – Courier

Rockland — Hands-on arts options continue at Art Loft, 385 Main St., Suite 9, in the downtown Thorndike building. On Friday, Oct. 27, Kim Nicoll will lead a “Yellow Bike” Paint Night from 6 to 8 p.m. Participants will mix … Continue reading

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Lompoc’s Cypress Gallery features artist Mikki Alhart’s work in October

Lompoc’s Cypress Gallery features artist Mikki Alhart’s work in October By REBECCA ROSE LADY IN THE RED HATMikki Alhart spends much of her time teaching about individual auras, but in between she paints an eclectic assortment of paintings including abstract … Continue reading

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‘Her Paris’ exhibit at Denver Art Museum shows power of …

After seeing the works of the Impressionist women artists of the late 1800s, it may dawn on you that the term “girl power” isn’t limited to our current vernacular. Now widely recognized artists Mary Cassatt, Berthe Morisot and Rosa Bonheur … Continue reading

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