Monthly Archives: March 2018

Polygon Landscape Paintings Highlight the Geometry of Mountains

Vancouver-based artist Elyse Dodge reimagines local mountain ranges as otherworldly landscapes made of colorful geometric shapes. Inspired by British Columbia’s incredible beauty, Dodge reveals that her aim is to “capture the vibrant beauty of the landscapes that we call home.” … Continue reading

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Landscape photographer LIK Fine Art opening Michigan Avenue …

Australian landscape photographer Peter Lik is opening a shop on North Michigan Avenue, a Chicago street known more for retail flagships than art galleries. LIK Fine Art has leased 3,052 square feet on the ground floor of an office building … Continue reading

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‘Sea’ Sand’ Sun’ and Sculptures’ at Nunu Fine Art, Taipei

Nunu Fine Art, Taipei will feature Toru Kuwakubo’s first solo exhibition in Taiwan. Toru Kuwakubo’s solo exhibition presents not only his famous ‘Artists’ Studio’ series, but has broadened the subjects of depiction from 2D to 3D by adding a new … Continue reading

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In the shadow of Picasso and Matisse, Paul Klee offered Americans …

Paul Klee’s “Tropical Blossom,” 1920, oil and pencil on primed paper on cardboard, 10¼ x 11¼ inches. (Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern, Switzerland) Paul Klee never visited the United States, but he played an important role in American art in the … Continue reading

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‘DIMENSIONS’ exhibit to open April 6 in Harrisburg – The Shippensburg News

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Noted artist and author William Dunlap to speak at Huntsville Museum of Art

The Huntsville Museum of Art (HMA) is excited to announce an upcoming event with noted author and artist, William Dunlap, who will be speaking at the Museum on Thursday, April 26. Dunlap has distinguished himself as an artist, arts commentator … Continue reading

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Resident artists showcased at Downriver Council for the Arts Exhibit

The Downriver Council for the Arts launched its first resident artist exhibit, Home Grown, on March 16, celebrating hometown artists at the James A. DeSana Center for Arts and Culture. The DCA, home to nine artists in residence at its … Continue reading

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Why I Am Still Grateful

Ignatius of Loyola, the 16th-century Spanish theologian and founder of the Society of Jesus, better known as the Jesuits, wrote that “ingratitude is one of the things most worthy of detestation before our Creator and Lord.” It is, he said, … Continue reading

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How the Impressionists ‘were fundamental to helping us see differently’

Part of the show is devoted to the emergence of the movement and the lightening of the palette. The sky and the water are two recurring themes in Impressionist works. “You can see the colours lift, the horizon lines are … Continue reading

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Follies share incredible experimental clarinet EP "Still Life" [Bandcamp Corner]

Never has the clarinet sounded so modern and alive in indie music. Listen to Follies‘ new EP Still Life  as a first listen with us at EARMILK today.  Still Life is surely, an instant future classic. Phil Hartunian has a … Continue reading

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