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Decoding the Music Masterpieces: Debussy’s Clair de Lune

French composer Claude Debussy’s best-loved piano piece, Clair de Lune, has entered popular consciousness thanks to its regular performance. Its origins are complex and fascinating, combining influences from poetry, the music of the Baroque period (from around 1600 to 1750), … Continue reading

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Milton Avery Exhibition at Victoria Miro Gallery, London

Victoria Miro Gallery, London, is hosting the first exhibition in London in ten years by the twentieth century master Milton Avery (1885 – 1965). The exhibition features paintings and works on paper created by Milton Avery throughout his career. Many of the … Continue reading

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‘Evening Climb: The Later Style Of Lim Tze Peng’ at NUS Museum, Singapore

NUS Museum presents “Evening Climb: The Later Style Of Lim Tze Peng,” featuring works by one of the most significant artists in Singapore – Lim Tze Peng, at the gallery’s venue at Singapore. Peng is a master of the ink brush … Continue reading

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Father and daughter bring joint art show to Glade Spring

GLADE SPRING, Va. — A local father and his California-based daughter will share the spotlight during the August art exhibit at the Town Square Center for the Arts in Glade Spring. Virgil Wimmer of Glade Spring is best known for … Continue reading

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Cohen connects with portraits

Somewhere between running Ucluelet’s largest art gallery and baking treats for a bustling coffee joint, Signy Cohen finds time to create masterful portraits of Sports Hall of Famers. Over 200 of her black and white drawings are on display at … Continue reading

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Robert Pattinson is still ‘kind of’ engaged to FKA twigs

These two are still going strong. (Photo: BEN STANSALL, AFP/Getty Images)   Leave it to Howard Stern to get the goods from Robert Pattinson. OK, so Stern didn’t get wedding details from the movie star formerly known as teen vampire Edward … Continue reading

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Turning bric-a-brac into art

What started as a personal — and private — artistic venture is now a lucrative business for Halifax-based artist Dorothea LeBlanc. Although she graduated from Guelph University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, LeBlanc took a break from art … Continue reading

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Crockett hospital still in limbo, clinic gets new life

Multiple witnesses were brought to the stand today in the federal government’s case against former Director for the Deep East Texas Council of Government — Walter Diggles along with his wife and daughter.  Article source: http://www.ktre.com/story/35970557/crockett-hospital-still-in-limbo-clinic-gets-new-life

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Photographer wants to put you in his place

Michael Russell returned from his most recent expedition earlier this month. In Japan, he visited Tokyo, Kyoto and Mount Fuji, all with camera in hand. “That was spectacular,” Russell said. “I had tried to learn Japanese, but it didn’t work. … Continue reading

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Surrey gallery’s free ‘Art Together’ program encourages art exploration among teens and young adults – Surrey Now

SURREY — Hands were kept busy as many inner artists were unleashed at the recent Art Together Sizzling Art Bash. Art Together, a free program launched last December, encourages people between the ages of 15 to 30 to explore art … Continue reading

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