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Yale Union is Hosting One of the Last Exhibits By an Influential Belgian Artist

About Shannon Gormley Shannon Gormley is originally from Baltimore, Maryland. She covers local and non-local music in Portland, and writes for Baltimore City Paper whenever she’s visiting her hometown. Article source: http://www.wweek.com/arts/visual-arts/2018/04/18/yale-union-is-hosting-one-of-the-last-exhibits-by-an-influential-belgian-artist/

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Artists capture beauty of Cuyahoga Valley National Park – Record

By LAURA FREEMAN Reporter Local artists will capture the beauty of Cuyahoga Valley National Park at weekend exhibits this summer, at the M.D. Garage on Boston Mills Road near the Boston Mills Visitor Center. The art exhibit is coordinated by … Continue reading

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Local artists’ work on display at Marlborough’s Main Street Cafe

By Beth Hunter Daily News Correspondent MARLBOROUGH — First it was Bumpy’s. For decades this family-owned restaurant in downtown Marlborough was the place to go for breakfast and lunch. Then about 13 years ago it evolved into Main Street Cafe. It … Continue reading

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50 artists depict Yangtze’s landscape on ink painting

The 200-meter-long ink painting, Ten Thousand Li of Yangtze River, a collaboration of some 50 painters, is displayed at the National Museum of China in Beijing. The scroll features landscapes along the Yangtze River.(Photo provided to China Daily) A textile … Continue reading

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Lewis and Clark’s Vaughn among landscape artists featured at Duane Reed Gallery

GODFREY – Jeffrey Vaughn, associate professor in the Art program at Lewis and Clark Community College, is among a group of landscape artists being featured at Duane Reed Gallery in St. Louis this month. Vaughn is known for his emphasis … Continue reading

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Exhibit of landscapes to benefit Arts Alliance

Brian Ritchard has always loved painting landscapes, creating art that captures natural scenery such as mountains, rivers and trees. Now, the accomplished local artist will sell his works at an exhibit that will focus on nature with an eye on … Continue reading

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Weaving Art Into the Fabric of Cities

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Why Are Artist Filmmakers Turning to Landscape?

On 19 May, Tacita Dean’s exhbition ‘Landscape’ will open at London’s Royal Academy, part of what has been described as an ‘unprecedented collaboration’ with the National Portrait Gallery and the National Gallery, where the complementary presentations ‘Portraiture’ and ‘Still Life’ … Continue reading

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Artist makes dazzling science fiction landscapes using 1.8 tonnes of electronics

Benjamin Von Wong is a conceptual artist who created a photo series using over 1.8 tonnes of electronics—the approximate amount one person goes through during their lifetime. In 2014, about 41.8 million tonnes of e-waste was generated worldwide. Electronics is … Continue reading

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Yucaipa artists shine at annual spring show

The annual Yucaipa Valley Art Association spring show was blooming with color and undeniable talent. The art show held Saturday, April 7, at Yucaipa Community Center, featured hundreds of local art in multiple media including original oil, watercolor, acrylic, mixed … Continue reading

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