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Landscapes of dreams, flowery visions and an artist’s ordinary, workaday life

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Rauschenberg erases the rules in revealing SFMOMA show

1 Trump administration has plans to wipe out work permits for… Article source: http://www.sfchronicle.com/news/article/Rauschenberg-erases-the-rules-in-revealing-SFMOMA-12366308.php

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Abstract expressionist displays at Kent Memorial Library

KENT — The Kent Memorial Library is hosting an exhibition by area artist and acupuncturist Jessica Ifshin, “Redux: A Selection of Artwork,” through Dec. 29 in its gallery. Connecticut-based, self-taught artist Jessica Ifshin was born and raised in New York … Continue reading

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Sculptor takes different road to success

DUART — “Art has been a constant throughout my life,” said Austin Sheppard, an award-winning sculptor. That’s not an unexpected proclamation from a professional artist. But for someone who who grew up in a remote location in Bladen County and … Continue reading

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Laura Owens puts art history in a blender and presses puree

Mining the history of painting while exploring the boundaries between representation and abstraction, Laura Owens employs a diverse range of references in her eccentrically captivating paintings. Born in Euclid, Ohio, near Cleveland, Owens attended the Rhode Island School of Design … Continue reading

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Media Life: Vanderdoes shows heart still belongs to Placer

Oakland Raiders’ defensive tackle Eddie Vanderdoes’ Placer High connection was front row and center again during player introductions on the recent “Sunday Night Football” telecast of the black-and-silver’s victory over the Miami Dolphins. “Sunday Night Football” telecasts give players on … Continue reading

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‘Still Life with Iris’: EBHS Drama Club Reveals the Importance of Memory and Magic

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ – No matter how old one is, the search for home can take a lifetime or a night-time.  The East Brunswick High School Drama Club is having its own homecoming game of sorts on this weekend before … Continue reading

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‘But what of British Impressionism?’

With its crisply modelled figures, Walter Frederick Osborne’s 1884 work A Tale of the Sea, above, highlights the influence of French Impressionism on a group of young British and American painters who congregated in the coastal villages of Suffolk. Philip Wilson … Continue reading

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Still life: how new arrival has fitted in to Manhattan

The triumphal arch marking George Washington’s inauguration bestrides the southern end of Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, decorated with Grecian figures and symbols of victory. Two decades after it was built, sculptors added statues of America’s first president. Now another has … Continue reading

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Cleveland planning commission approves $5M project to improve Doan Brook and art museum landscape (photos)

CLEVELAND, Ohio – A $5 million project to improve a stretch of Doan Brook and landscapes beside it in University Circle easily won approval Friday from the city’s planning commission. The project is a collaboration of the Cleveland Museum of Art and … Continue reading

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