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“Landscapes Reminiscent of the Nevada Desert” in Oil Pastel Smudge

Imagine using a “Smudge” to create art?   Who would ever think of a thing?  A“Smudge” to an artist is something you cover up, hide and even feel ruins a piece of art.  Not to this multi award winning artist/designer, … Continue reading

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You Can’t Take This Photo: Shooting Western Landscapes Like They’ve Never Been Seen—at Night

In 2010, photographer Adam Katseff, a lifelong East Coaster, moved to California to begin an MFA at Stanford. Inspired by the great 19th-century landscape photographer Carleton Watkins, he began exploring the American West with his boxy 8 x 10 camera, … Continue reading

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Contemporary art at its best in Cappadocia

This year’s Cappadox theme is “Silence” and will be held between June 14 and 19, in the special landscapes of Cappadocia, hosting contemporary artists as part of its rich music program. The Contemporary Art Program of Cappadox 2018 will feature … Continue reading

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Spring into summer with an art show at the Members Showcase Gallery

If You Go The Arts Depot, 314 Depot Square Abingdon, Virginia, 276-628-9091 ABINGDON, Va. — You can view the work of five local artists at the Arts Depot in Abingdon, Virginia, this summer with a show that stretches nearly to … Continue reading

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25 Summer Art Classes in Metro Phoenix

Printmaking with Stencils and Patterns Join artist Joe Ray for a two-part class on printmaking, which takes place from 7 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, June 12, and Tuesday, June 19, at Xico Arte y Cultura. The cost is $65 … Continue reading

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Time running out to save Britain’s literary landscapes

At the conclusion to his 1910 masterpiece Howards End the novelist EM Forster envisaged the rural idyll of the book’s setting being consumed by “the rust” of an ever expanding London. That dread vision came to pass over the following … Continue reading

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Artscape: STARC art program is ‘Heaven Sent’ for aspiring artists

Two new pieces of original artwork hang in my laundry room, placed near the washer and dryer to bring me joy during the tedious task of sorting and folding each load. Small framed watercolors of bright orange flowers, these pieces … Continue reading

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Krannert Art Museum summer exhibition, events focus on landscape photography

A summer photography exhibition at Krannert Art Museum provides a way to experience American landscape photography, with accompanying events that feature well-known local photographers and encourage visitors to create landscape photographs of their own. “Capturing Landscape” looks at the relationship between people … Continue reading

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In Denver, Landscapes Soaked, Digitized and Irradiated

Adam Jeppesen walked from northernmost Alaska to the far end of South America, making a photograph a day—487 in all. Clifford Ross roped himself to a friend on shore and plunged into the surf off Long Island to shoot the … Continue reading

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Tucson art activities for June 14-22

Celebrate DeGrazia’s Birthday — DeGrazia Gallery In The Sun, 6300 N. Swan Road. Cake and ice cream to celebrate the 108th birthday of Ted DeGrazia. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. June 14. 299-9191. degrazia.org. VISUAL ARTS Article source: https://tucson.com/entertainment/tucson-art-activities-for-june/article_8823d9e1-2c05-5745-8651-171d953344d8.html

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