Monthly Archives: April 2013

Mariele Neudecker – Heterotopias and Other Domestic Landscapes at the …

Renowned for her mixed media work melding human interest with landscapes, German-born Mariele Neudecker is the lead artist for Brighton’s HOUSE 2013, a festival developed from the established open house exhibitions in the city, where artists and makers open their … Continue reading

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What We’re Into: ‘Inside the NBA,’ Sultan’s Kite, Impressionism and fashion

Each week, Journal Star staffers will share what we’re listening to, reading, eating, watching, wearing or otherwise generally loving right now. These are real, actual ravings, not paid content. What you’re into: Share your ravings by commenting on this story … Continue reading

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Freilicher and Friends

In the 1950s and 60s, painter Jane Freilicher (b.1924) and her circle of artist and writer friends made breezy works about life in New York and about each other. Cross-pollination and collaboration were part of a creative process where artists … Continue reading

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‘Richness in Realism’ opens at Geary Gallery of Darien

“Richness in Realism,” an appreciation of the lush landscapes and elegant still lifes of Pennsylvania fine artist Jim Rodgers, opens on Wednesday, May 1, and runs throughout the month, at the Geary Gallery of Darien. Born in New Jersey, Rodgers … Continue reading

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STILL LIFE: Slice of life

Yesterday at 10:16 PM STILL LIFE: Slice of life By David Leaming Staff Photographer Unity College students compete in a pizza- eating contest at Spanky’s restaurant  in Unity on Sunday. Organizer Michelle Wood said it was an end-of-the-year social event. … Continue reading

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EXHIBIT PREVIEW: Landscapes, Mindscapes and Dreamscapes – Sarasota Herald

Pablo Soria’s “Asi creere que la noche me proteje y que vos no te fuiste”  “Landscapes, Mindscapes and Dreamscapes” at Allyn Gallup Contemporary Art features striking images of the untamed world by James Couper, Heidi Edwards, John Hardy, Nancy Hellebrand, … Continue reading

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Art: Woodmere show illumines PAFA fixture Ethel V. Ashton – Philly.com

Woodmere Art Museum has brought another forgotten Philadelphia artist out of history’s back closet, to her benefit and ours. If you haven’t heard of Ethel V. Ashton (1896-1975), the exhibition’s title, “Private Artist/Public Life,” explains why. Ashton was a fixture … Continue reading

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Landscape designers can turn your yard into art

Print this Article Email this Article Never underestimate the value of professional landscape designers. Trained to know what plants work best and what designs function best, they can save you time, money and heartache. “There is much more to landscaping … Continue reading

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‘Renoir’: Impressionism, Rapturously Realized

“A girl out of nowhere, sent by a dead woman.” That description of its catalyst makes Renoir sound like a thriller. But this film is actually a relaxed, visually lush tribute to Impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir and his son Jean, … Continue reading

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Governor’s Invitational Art Show & Sale opens Saturday in Loveland with gala

A second-generation sculptor, Joshua Tobey moved from Santa Fe to Loveland for the art scene. Tobey, who creates stylized bronzes and patinas of wildlife, also made the relocation for the city’s foundries, which he discovered after participating in the Colorado … Continue reading

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