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Fall Arts Preview: The best of art, theater, dance and literature in North Jersey

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McHenry County landscape inspires Art of the Land fine arts show, fundraiser

Lynne Krause’ “Night Prairie” is among the artwork to be featured Sept. 22-23 during Art of the Land, an art show and benefit for the Land Conservancy of McHenry County at the Starline Factory in Harvard. Lynne Krause is among … Continue reading

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Australian artist finds fresh inspiration in Colorado light

Expressionist landscape artist Danielle Hatherley with one of her paintings on display at Westward Gallery. “Everything is part of the one” BERKELEY — “In life, we have moments that we try and grasp but are gone like that.” With a … Continue reading

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Walk the Artwalk, Attend Art Festival, Touch a truck

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Kish College gallery hosts ‘Reconstructing Landscapes’

The Kishwaukee College Art Gallery is hosting an exhibition of watercolors by artist Shei-Chau Wang titled “Reconstructing Landscapes,” through Sept. 30. An artist’s reception will be held Sept. 27. Pictured is one of Shei-Chau Wang’s works. The Kishwaukee College Art … Continue reading

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How A 26-Year-Old Artist Makes 40% Of Sales Through Instagram

Shane Miller Artist Shane Miller in his art studio. Every morning this week, Nashville-based artist Shane Miller wakes up, brushes his teeth and checks his Instagram. His feed looks like something out of a dream — softly focused impressionistic landscapes … Continue reading

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Hartley Art Gallery to auction paintings by Herrin artist

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Wasteland-scapes: Frick Fine Arts Building hosts environmentally-conscious art exhibits

Floorboards creaked as visitors shuffled around to get a closer view of the medley of landscapes, which included underwater photographs, silk Chinese scrolls depicting sloping mountains and an Inuit print of a sea-goddess. The University Art Gallery hosted a joint … Continue reading

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‘Reality and Symbol’

By Keith Powers, Daily News Correspondent BOSTON – Find a landscape that you love. Go there, and look carefully. You won’t just see the fields, or the trees, or the ocean. You’ll experience your feelings, your personal history – your … Continue reading

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LAMCAST: FREDERIC CHURCH’S OLANA REVEALED

LAMCAST: FREDERIC CHURCH’S OLANA REVEALED September 18, 2017 by LAM Staff Olana, the estate and landscape designed by Frederic Church–America’s foremost landscape painter of the 19th century–might be the painter’s deepest and richest creative act. This hillside on the banks of … Continue reading

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