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Book examines life, art of painter-sculptor Theodore Waddell

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As Dakota Access Pipeline Leaks, Native Artists Examine Contested Landscapes

Nicholas Galanin, “God Complex” (2016), mixed materials, dimensions vary (all images courtesy Radiator Arts) “We are in crisis,” intones the indigenous artist collective WINTER COUNT in a video of the same title. A drone pans over the Oceti Sakowin camp formerly … Continue reading

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Landscapes by Avery, Glackens, Kleitsch & Marin In Swann Galleries’ June 15 American Art Sale

Swann Galleries has announced highlights from their annual sale of American Art, featuring original works by masters from the nineteenth- through twenty-first centuries. Watercolors, paintings and sculptures by noted practitioners of American schools will be crossing the block on Thursday, … Continue reading

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Forgotten painter depicted Toronto’s rural past

“We really hope that this is something that catches people’s imaginations and where they feel a real sense of place,” Kim said. “They can see just how striking the change in the landscape has been.” She also hopes it will … Continue reading

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Turning statistics into art: Exhibition explores multiculturalism, changing landscapes through numbers

A new art exhibition will explore the changing faces – and numbers – behind one of Australia’s biggest multicultural districts. The exhibition ‘looking at me through you’ enlisted a group of artists to incorporate statistics from Deloitte Access Economics into … 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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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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Art and landscape project places seven Cumbrian trees at centre stage in Grizedale Forest

Harriet working at the Glencoyne Pine A summer exhibition at the Forestry Commission’s Grizedale Forest in the Lake District is set to introduce visitors to seven unique trees and the very different landscapes that surround them. Since November 2015, husband … Continue reading

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The Japan that inspired Katsushika Hokusai – and his iconic Great Wave

The entrance would fit perfectly into a bucolic Japanese woodblock print. There is an elegantly gnarled pine tree, a small stream flowing under a stone pathway and a scene-stealing wooden gate capped with waves of curved roof tiles. But just … Continue reading

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‘Plein aire’ artist to exhibit paintings at Vanderpoel

Steve Gerhartz, a landscape artist from Wisconsin, will present 18 of his artworks for sale at the Vanderpoel Art Museum at Ridge Park through June 19, with prices ranging from $400 to $4,400. The 45-year-old artist was invited to exhibit … Continue reading

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