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L. Kent Wolgamott: Dana Fritz explores real and ideal in Lux Center photography show

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Art review: A new perspective on old, cold landscapes

Photographer Shoshannah White captured a series of images above the Arctic Circle during a residency based in Svalbard, Norway. I have been intrigued with this body of work when I have seen some of it before in exhibitions at Corey … Continue reading

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Weyrich Gallery’s latest ‘Reflections’ showcases the disciplines of three artists

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Three iconic New Mexico artists have joined forces in “Reflections” at the Weyrich Gallery through Jan. 27. The exhibition … Continue reading

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Geneseo library gets slide collection of local artist – Quad

GENESEO — Artist Dorothy “De” Graham, of rural Prophetstown, died in 2001, but her artwork has been preserved in numerous ways, including a binder of slides recently given to the Geneseo Public Library. Mrs. Graham was one of the local … Continue reading

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Elmhurst Art Museum to present 2 shows starting Jan. 20

The Elmhurst Art Museum’s “In This House” group exhibit features work by Paula Crown, including “SOLO TOGETHER.” ELMHURST – The Elmhurst Art Museum will present two exhibitions starting Jan. 20: “In This House” and “Gertrude Abercrombie: Portrait of the Artist … Continue reading

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‘Woke’ artists return to Tampa, explore Steven Kenny’s surrealist …

TWO-FER: UTOPIAS AND UNFILTERED Mark Thomas Gibson and William Villalongo are New York-based artists whose individual work explores the black experience in America, in both historical and personal contexts. Their work was showcased in the powerful but small “Woke” exhibition … Continue reading

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Explore ‘Mediated Landscapes’ in UK’s Bolivar Art Gallery

LEXINGTON, Ky. (Jan. 18, 2018) — Come explore the “Mediated Landscapes” of three solo artists, Sarita Zaleha, Jennifer Anderson Printz and Brooks Dierdorff, at the opening of new exhibits in University of Kentucky’s Bolivar Art Gallery noon Friday, Jan. 19. … Continue reading

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Art Hounds: Abstract art inspired by Midwestern landscapes

Listen Story audio 5min 26sec Justin Quinn, Chair of the Art Department at St. Cloud State University, says Andrew Nordin’s new exhibition at St. Germain Gallery is a “must-see.” The boldly colored, abstract images are inspired by photos Nordin took … Continue reading

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Art review: Landmarks: Poets, Portraits and Landscapes of Modern Scotland, Milngavie

★★★★☆ Alexander Moffat’s painting Poets’ Pub, completed in 1980 and now in the National Galleries of Scotland collection, is a work of its time. It depicts an imaginary gathering of the poets Hugh MacDiarmid, Norman MacCaig, Iain Crichton Smith, George … Continue reading

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Landscapes, figurative paintings highlight Medford art walk

Vickie Aldous Mail Tribune @VickieAldous Semi-abstract paintings of people and realist landscapes are the highlights of the Third Friday Art Walk in downtown Medford happening from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 19. The Rogue Gallery Art Center, 40 S. … Continue reading

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