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Landscapes of dreams, flowery visions and an artist’s ordinary, workaday life

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Cleveland planning commission approves $5M project to improve Doan Brook and art museum landscape (photos)

CLEVELAND, Ohio – A $5 million project to improve a stretch of Doan Brook and landscapes beside it in University Circle easily won approval Friday from the city’s planning commission. The project is a collaboration of the Cleveland Museum of Art and … Continue reading

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Masters of Landscape Photography: new book showcases the best in the art form

Anybody who has tried to capture the beauty of a natural scene in front of them knows how difficult it can be. That’s why many of us continue to be blown away by the skill and innovation shown by the … Continue reading

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Fine-Art Landscape Photography (Part 2): Demons of a Diverse Portfolio

Students often ask me a rhetorical question: “What is it like to be a professional landscape photographer?” Well, it’s fantastic if you’re into the outdoors, natural landscapes, and of course photography. However, that’s not entirely the point of the question. … Continue reading

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Artist Robert Lenz focuses on his second art career

KENT — Little did Robert Lenz know that his interest in drawing as a child of five would lead him to have one of the most prestigious jobs in the world of New York advertising. “I was born in Chicago … Continue reading

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Tragic Landscapes

Migrants crossing the tragic landscape of the borderlands leave many things behind: backpacks, jeans, food cans, empty water bottles—and sometimes their lives. The Sonoran Desert has yielded more than 3,000 deaths since the turn of the century, with border crossers … Continue reading

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Artist painting landscapes in every Oklahoma county

COMANCHE COUNTY, OK  (KSWO) – An Oklahoma artist who is trying to paint all 77 Oklahoma counties in 77 days was in Comanche County on Wednesday to paint number 73. Tim Kenny is donating 20% of the sales to the Nicole … Continue reading

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10 Gift Ideas for Art Lovers in Texas

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Interpreting his perspective: Jon Jay Cruson’s landscape paintings may seem familiar to you – The Register

Jon Jay Cruson’s paintings show views that stretch as far as the eye can see. Using acrylic on canvas in vivid colors, Cruson’s perspective of the world includes rolling hills and big skies, as well as sweeping fields, roads and … Continue reading

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A storied art collection shrouded in mystery will anchor new UC Irvine museum

When real estate developer Gerald Buck was selling a rural farm near San Luis Obispo, land he bought in a failed oil-drilling scheme, a prospective buyer offered him an elegant Old Master painting by Anthony van Dyck in lieu of … Continue reading

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