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Kids Art Show excites students and parents alike

OTTUMWA —Friday night kids were excited to display their art in a grander setting than their parent’s fridge. The People’s State Bank hosted its second annual Kid’s Art Show. This is technically the shows seventh year but PSB decided to … Continue reading

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Good to Grow: Seeing landscape as a work of art – Charleston Gazette

I’m originally from Colorado, but I’ve lived in West Virginia for most of my adult life and love it. You all weren’t kidding when you called it wild and wonderful. I’ve found no shortage of unique events or fun celebrations … Continue reading

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Brenda Pelkey’s cinematic landscapes

click to enlarge Pelkey sets the scene for action without ever portrayingArticle source: http://www.thecoast.ca/halifax/brenda-pelkeys-cinematic-landscapes/Content?oid=6995706

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Lehigh Valley artist brings Hubert Davis into the light

Ronald K. De Long, a Lehigh Valley artist and art instructor at Penn State-Lehigh Valley, has had a fascination with a Depression-era artist named Hubert Davis ever since he had a serendipitous encounter with the artist’s work when he was … Continue reading

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FINE ART: Contemporary landscapes on view at Heritage Museum …

Kicking off the 2017 season at the Sandwich museum, “Painted Landscapes: Contemporary Views” is a vibrant, eclectic show by 49 artists from across the country. By Jody Feinberg/The Patriot Ledger Like last week’s summer-like day, a new exhibit of contemporary … Continue reading

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In art galleries now: a modern master, "Cryptopictos," and two local landscape painters

A glance at the comments in the guest book for Willie Cole: On Site, a traveling exhibition currently holding court at Penn’s Arthur Ross Gallery, suggests this show of recent sculptures and prints by the artist Willie Cole is making … Continue reading

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3 LDS artists paint landscapes along Mormon Trail as tribute to pioneers, faith

John Burton still remembers how freezing he felt as he kneeled on the edge of the Mississippi River. He was completing a sketch of the place where Latter-day Saint pioneers started on their trek from Nauvoo, Illinois, to Salt Lake … Continue reading

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FINE ART: Contemporary landscapes on view at Heritage Museum

Kicking off the 2017 season at the Sandwich museum, “Painted Landscapes: Contemporary Views” is a vibrant, eclectic show by 49 artists from across the country. By Jody Feinberg/The Patriot Ledger Like last week’s summer-like day, a new exhibit of contemporary … Continue reading

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What do a photographer and a painter have in common? – Post

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Artists and writers gave Estes Park its first publicity – Estes Park Trail

Note: This is the first installment in a series that examines the history of the Town of Estes Park, in honor of its 100th birthday. U.S. Route 36 begins in Rocky Mountain National Park and travels more than 1,400 miles … Continue reading

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