Monthly Archives: January 2018

Review: Cool and Subdued, a Pianist Saves Debussy From Cliché

Photo The pianist Stephen Hough at Carnegie Hall on Tuesday for a program focused on the 100th anniversary of Debussy’s death. Credit Hiroyuki Ito for The New York Times What was the pianist Stephen Hough doing opening his Carnegie Hall … Continue reading

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Capturing a city’s essence: Painter James Kroner’s work offers a sophisticated sense of realism – The Register

The Karin Clarke Gallery is featuring the work of James Kroner, a San Francisco artist known for his strong emphasis on composition, mood, light and atmosphere, now through Feb. 24. Gallery owner Karin Clarke first was inspired by Kroner’s work … Continue reading

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Memento Mori: Inspiration springs from death at Piedmont Arts

MARTINSVILLE-Art is long; life is short. That’s the translation of the Latin saying (from a Greek original) “Ars longa, vita brevis,” which gives the name to a new exhibit at Piedmont Arts, “Gerry Bannan: Vita Brevis.” “Gerry Bannan creates a … Continue reading

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Multiverse Thought Experiment Suggests Life Could Still Exist Under Different Laws of Physics

Image: istolethetv/Flickr Perhaps we’re not alone but instead reside in a multiverse stocked with all sorts of fantastical realms. These other universes are somewhat—but not exactly—like our own. Maybe gravity acts differently, or particles come in different shapes and sizes. … Continue reading

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‘Father Still Life’ at 313 Art Project, Seoul

313 Art Project, Seoul is showcasing Gigisue’s new body of work.  The exhibition introduces the new body of Gigisue’s representative “Father Still Life” painting series, in which she explores and visualizes interrelation among art, unfortunate personal history, and modern social structure that … Continue reading

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Stony Brook Camera Club to present landscape photography program

FRANKLIN — The Stony Brook Camera Club will present “The Art of Landscape Photography” with Ron Wilson on Feb. 8 at 7:30 p.m. The presentation will show that subject matter provides the building blocks while composition acts as the glue … Continue reading

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Limelight Extra: Landscape artist returns with exhibit

“Matanzas Palm” is one of the new paintings included in the show when Julie Bowland’s “Vibrant Realities” opens Friday with a reception at Venvi Art Gallery.(Photo: Julie Bowland/Special to the Democrat) Movies COME ON UP TO THE HOUSE: An eccentric … Continue reading

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The Artside: See landscapes, improv, art with ties to Augusta

First Friday weekend brings with it several different activities in downtown Augusta. Join 4P Studios and the Augusta Regional Collaboration at the 600 Broad Gallery for an exhibition called Textured Landscapes, which will feature the works of several artists including … Continue reading

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Jack Whitten, a neglected artist who embraced African and expressionist art

JACK Whitten, the African-American painter and sculptor who died Sunday at 78, was once given a tour of St Catherine’s Monastery, at Mount Sinai. His guide, a young monk, led him down into the ossuary – “room after room of … Continue reading

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Wesleyan gallery show, “A New Subjectivity: Figurative Painting After 2000” offers works by women

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