Monthly Archives: October 2013

Juniata Art Professor Charts Personal Journey Through Photography

Juniata Art Professor Charts Personal Journey Through Photography (Posted October 28, 2013) ” My Father” is one of Patricia Howard’s photographs that will be on display at the Juniata Museum of Art starting Nov. 7 HUNTINGDON, Pa. — Patricia Howard, … Continue reading

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Brilliant life hacks from 100 years ago

Need to light a match in the wind? Read on. Source: Reddit Need a fire extinguisher? Whip one up in the kitchen. Source: Reddit YOU probably wonder what you did before you had a smartphone, or how you knew anything … Continue reading

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Sir Anthony Caro: A conservative revolutionary

Caro in 1996 with his ‘Goodwood steps’ (John Robertson) At its tail-end, he served in the Fleet Air Arm and then, against the wishes of his father, enrolled as a student at the Royal Academy Schools on 10 December 1947, … Continue reading

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Five morbid art to check out

Halloween art? Humbug! Let’s just make you queasy on the inside. It’s not all about the spooky thrills during Halloween. In the art scene, there’s the obvious blood and gore to keep horror fans coming back for more.  But let’s … Continue reading

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Still Life With Anxiety: An In-The-Moment Internal Monologue of Negative Thinking

I’m on the verge of panic as I write this. My anxiety level is off the charts at the current moment. I am ready to snap. And why? Stress. Just the plain ol’ everyday stressors that most other people can … Continue reading

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Pate’s historical paintings leave impression – Newnan Times

The art of history by Bradley Hartsell Sunday, October 27, 2013 Facebook Twitter Comments A depiction of a local Civil War battle done by Martin Pate, who has done many historical paintings – including several commisioned by the Newnan-Coweta Historical Society. … Continue reading

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Sylvester Stallone’s Paintings Go on Display in Russia

ST. PETERSBURG, October 27 (RIA Novosti) – An exhibit showcasing a secret passion for fine arts of the man behind some of the toughest characters in Hollywood was to open at a prestigious museum in Russia’s St. Petersburg on Sunday. … Continue reading

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Art meets American history in the new Cummer exhibit ‘Modern Dialect’ – Florida Times

One of the most celebrated events in American art history was New York’s 1913 International Exhibition of Modern Art, usually referred to as the Armory Show, which introduced Americans to such new and experimental artistic styles as Cubism and Fauvism. … Continue reading

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Jimmy Henchman Gets Life In Jail, Still Faces Conspiracy To Murder

View Comments <!– AHH News RSS –> <!– More Sharing –> Share with Shortlink: (AllHipHop News) James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond, the former manager of The Game and others, was sentenced to life in prison in Brooklyn court Friday. The ruling … Continue reading

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‘Passport To Paris’ At The Denver Art Museum Features French Impressionism

DENVER (CBS4) – Three-hundred years of fine art takes center stage in Denver with “Passport to Paris” — a three-part exhibit that opens Sunday at the Denver Art Museum. The three parts to the exhibit are drawing, changing styles over … Continue reading

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