Monthly Archives: April 2018

Grant Wood: An American artist

Grant Wood created one of America’s most familiar paintings. Yet his life story remains unfamiliar to most of us – which is where the exhibit Anna Werner’s about to walk us through comes in: “American Gothic” by Grant Wood (1930). … Continue reading

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Whirling Mechanical Precisionism

Fine Arts Museums of San FranciscoCharles Sheeler: Rolling Power, 1939 One of the most unforgettable exhibitions in my experience—“The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age”—opened at the Museum of Modern Art fifty years ago, when I … Continue reading

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Art review: Richard Brown Lethem’s colorful chaos

Posted on the wall of Elizabeth Moss Galleries is a statement by painter Richard Brown Lethem that explains his process. Brown notes his use of the Surrealist technique “automatic writing.” He tries to free himself from conscious intention and lets … Continue reading

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Rossmann: Auburn chapel featured in national magazine

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Lander senior art show a ‘Final Breadth’ – Index

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Rodin And The Art Of Ancient Greece

By Alastair Smart Published: 18:01 EDT, 28 April 2018 | Updated: 18:01 EDT, 28 April 2018 e-mail View comments Rodin And TheArticle source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/event/article-5659743/Rodin-Art-Ancient-Greece-review-Puts-new-spin-sculptor.html

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St. Gianna, Still Promoting Life

The Italian pediatrician who gave up her life for her unborn child in 1962 is inspiring crucial new pro-life efforts across the country.  The name of St. Gianna is now attached to several growing pro-life fertility centers, as well as … Continue reading

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David Hockney, a portrait of the portrait artist at 80: ‘I’m still curious’

When David Hockney called to ask about painting his portrait, the architect Frank Gehry was immediately intrigued. Hockney said it would be fine to bring Gehry’s artist son Alejandro to watch, and once they arrived at the studio, both Gehrys … Continue reading

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5 questions for Costa Rican artist Alejandro Villalobos

Exploring the country’s nature, especially rainforests and mangroves, has been Costa Rican artist Alejandro Villalobos’ passion for the past 18 years. Marveling at the beauty of our country’s national parks sparked a desire in Villalobos to transfer his impressions and … Continue reading

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Philly, curated: What to do with the next two weeks of your life

A.D. Amorosi has been covering the scene for more than three decades, and every two weeks he’ll bring to the fore the boldest music, theater, comedy, exhibitions, literature, dance and performance art Philly has to offer. Over the next two … Continue reading

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