Category Archives: Fine Art News

Modern and impressionist masters at Christie’s

The Impressionist and Modern Art department at Christies will have an epic sale on May 17th 2017 at the Rockfeller Centre in New York. The sale offers paintings, sculptures and works on paper by the most important names in late-19th … Continue reading

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Artcurial announces highlights from its Impressionist & Modern Art …

PanARMENIAN.Net – While this year celebrates the centenary of Auguste Rodin’s death (1840-1917), the prestigious Impressionist and modern art auctions held on the 30th and 31st May will include Andromède, a rare marble sculpture with an extraordinary history. Remaining within … Continue reading

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Review: Kelly Run’s ‘Art of Water’ goes with the flow

Let the beauty of nearly 50 works by 18 regional artists wash over you during the season-opening show at Cambridge Springs’ Kelly Run Gallery. By Karen Rene Merkle / Contributing writer Although people are still reeling after the Riverside: The … Continue reading

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Blurred lines: Dirty Pictures gives abstract expressionist take on the landscape

Blurred lines: Dirty Pictures gives abstract expressionist take on the landscape By RYAH COOLEY It all started with painting sports murals for teams like the Minnesota Vikings back in the 1980s. That led artist Tom Shultz to painting retro cars, … Continue reading

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A Gentle Creature review – brutally realist drama offers up a pilgrimage of suffering

At an early stage in Sergei Loznitsa’s A Gentle Creature, one minor character proposes a toast: “To our enormous suffering!” And the whole film is in some sense pledged or consecrated to this Russian pain, unknowable and unassuageable, that makes … Continue reading

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Concrete Canvas Mural Fest hits the mark – Winston

Abrea is a proud seed and bloom on the Camel City. She’s a writer, musician, actress and graduate student. All she wants is whiskey, her husband and a private island. Article source: http://www.journalnow.com/relishnow/the_arts/art-nouveau/concrete-canvas-mural-fest-hits-the-mark/article_c5a35ccf-5cbc-535c-955d-d5f98c0b5fad.html

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Capturing the Earth as art

“The earth is art, the photographer is only a witness.” So said Yann Arthus-Bertrand, the French photojournalist famed for his creative career looking down on creation. But to be a witness akin to the world-renowned aerial snapper, documenting the planet … Continue reading

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Hey Dude: Beatallica brings Beatles/Metallica parody tribute to Canton

By B.J. Lisko 
Repository staff writer Frontman and guitarist Jaymz Lennfield of Beatles/Metallica mashup experts Beatallica recently discussed the merits of his band as he limped along Convention Center Avenue in New Orleans. A victim of an early morning sack … Continue reading

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Nationally-known watercolor artist Dan Campanelli dies at age 68

FRANKLIN TWP. – Nationally-known watercolor artist Dan Campanelli passed away under hospice care at his home in the Quakertown section of the township on Wednesday after an almost two-year battle with non-Hodgkins Lymphoma and then Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. His burial was … Continue reading

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Open Studio Tour at Gallery X: An appetizer for the summer entrees

Don Wilkinson Contributing Writer “We can make a moment last forever…gaze across the ocean to the sun. Maybe I will find today. Maybe I will lose tomorrow.” — Robyn Hitchcock and the Egyptians Gallery X is hosting an exhibition of … Continue reading

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