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Flint Hills exhibit artist reception

Visitors have the opportunity meet three Flint Hills artists and discuss their work during a reception at Pioneer Bluffs, a historic ranch near Matfield Green. On exhibit is the work of Joseph Loganbill, Peggy Lyon, and Deb Schroer, artists whose … Continue reading

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Focus Of Show Is JFK, Landscapes

“Closed for the Season” by Betsy Payne Cook is part of the show “JFK: Lands He Loved—A Centennial Celebration in Art” in Hyannis on view at Gallery Artrio August 1 through October 9. An opening reception for the show will … Continue reading

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Landscapes featured in Crossings exhibit – Post

Tom Weber Life Reporter Tom covers primarily arts and entertainment for the Post Bulletin and 507 Magazine. He also often writes feature stories about local history. He is a native of Milwaukee, WI, and enjoys reading and traveling. Article source: … Continue reading

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Artists Based At Jacksonville Landing ‘Making A Go Of It There’

Mayor Lenny Curry wants to see The Jacksonville Landing redeveloped. But amidst his wrangling with the shopping center’s owner, artists at The Landing’s Art Center Cooperative want the city to see some tenants are still trying to make the location … Continue reading

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LV artists celebrate the andscape of the Karl Stirner Arts Trail in Easton

There’s a celebration in visual art going on in Lafayette College’s Grossman Gallery in Easton that has also found a way of expressing gratitude. “Open Spaces,” an exhibition continuing through Aug. 19 contains 40 works ranging from painting to photography … Continue reading

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Ginger Bruner’s ‘Unnatural Landscapes’ are informed by color

Undulating orange waves ripple like hot flames, mimicking the sprawling dunes of the Mojave. The photo, with burning flashes of scarlet and vermilion, evokes a certain kind of nostalgia—memories of growing up in the southwest, a blend of colors and … Continue reading

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Standing up to power. Artists’ works focus on social injustice.

If paintings of tranquil landscapes or flowers in a garden are your criteria for art, I cannot imagine what you might think of Renee Leverty’s American flag made of wood with a gash down the middle, or Tom Burhman’s North … Continue reading

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This Weekend: Catch art exhibits in Little Falls, St. Cloud

Art by Kari Weber is on display in the Great River Arts Front Gallery until Sept. 1.(Photo: Submitted photo) LITTLE FALLS — Nearly 50 artists from across Minnesota are exhibiting their works in the Collective Visions show on now in … Continue reading

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Urban landscapes of Saint John featured in upcoming art film

Abandoned homes, familiar neighbourhoods, and urban landscapes of Saint John play a major role in a new art film. Set to electronic music, the short film Homeless shows aerial and ground footage of a person wandering through the Port City. The film will debut on … Continue reading

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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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