September 30, 2022
  • September 30, 2022

Award-winning painter St. George writes and illustrates her first children’s book – St George News

by on September 29, 2022 0

ST. GEORGE-Inspired by breathtaking moments throughout her life as well as the paint strokes of other artists, a St. George painter who made a name for herself in the community finished writing and painting. illustrate his own children’s book. Torie Denning stands next to some of her paintings, Washington, Utah, September 1, 2022 |...

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Houston Botanical Garden’s LEGO sculptures inspire respect for nature

by on September 27, 2022 0

Sean Kenney makes LEGO sculptures that represent nature. The “Sean Kenney’s Nature Connects” exhibit is at the Houston Botanical Garden. Photo: Imagine the exhibits A 6-foot-tall hummingbird feasting on a gigantic orange trumpet flower — made entirely of Lego bricks — is one of 15 sculptures blooming at “Sean Kenney’s Nature Connects” at the...

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Meet Mira Dancy, Painter of Inverted Archetypes

by on September 26, 2022 0

Painter Mira Dancy’s work radiates intense color, constructing in sinuous lines towering figures and landscape elements that sing with abstract gesture, both quoting and inverting art history archetypes. Longing for a palette of warm pastels, its illuminating pinks and blues and its flourishes of melon and mint odalisques with outstretched limbs and thick sunbeams,...

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Writer/director Catherine Butterfield at the world premiere of TO THE BONE presented by Open Fist Theater Company

by on September 26, 2022 0

Open Fist Theater Company presents the world premiere of To the Bone, a dark and funny comedy about family, baseball and genetics, written and directed by Catherine Butterfield. The play centers on sisters Kelly Moran and Maureen Dugan from the “Irish Riviera” south of Boston, where they were known as “tough girls” in high...

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‘AI should exclude living artists from its database,’ says painter whose works have been used to power image generators

by on September 20, 2022 0

Artificial intelligence (AI)-powered text-to-image art generators have sparked heated debates about the supposed end of society’s need for trained visual artists. The technology has already launched a slew of hobby artists who use AI, including Reid Hoffman, the founder of job platform LinkedIn. It leveraged the DALL-E platform and OpenAI creator’s commercial rights policy...

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Six female-run galleries will now represent painter Rochelle Feinstein, following their joint global exhibition this year

by on September 13, 2022 0

It’s not every day that galleries voluntarily come together to represent a single artist, especially given today’s often competitive market environment. But the new deal for artist Rochelle Feinstein – in which six women-led galleries will share representation of the artist going forward – is the direct result of a fruitful collaboration earlier this...

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Seek out sound sculptures, world premieres and resurrected classics – Twin Cities

by on September 11, 2022 0

The Fall Classical Music Season is filled with sound sculptures brought to life by Twin Cities musicians, world premiere works by guest and local composers, galactic immersive orchestral music and revisited classics. The Minnesota Orchestra welcomes its new director, the SPCO launches its new composer incubator program, and an 800-year-old boys’ choir visits the...

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Who is Stanislao Lepri, the painter and lover of Leonor Fini? As the surreal market heats up, it’s suddenly in the spotlight

by on September 9, 2022 0

The magical world of Italian surrealist Stanislao Lepri (1905-1980) is filled with hybrid creatures, toppled towers and apocalyptic scenarios that seem eerily contemporary. The artist is the subject of a solo presentation by Milan’s Galleria Tommaso Calabro at the Independent 20th Century art fair, which opened September 8 at Casa Cipriani in New York....

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Reading rotation spotlights the tantalizing talents of Andrew Painter, Mick Abel and Griff McGarry

by on September 8, 2022 0

Impact talent is on the horizon for the Phillies thanks to a dynamic trio of incendiary pitching prospects. Right-handers Andrew Painter, Mick Abel and Griff McGarry, all Top 100 prospects, offer bright promise for a Phillies pitching corps in desperate need of short- and long-term reinforcements. Last week in Hartford, the potential of all...

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“The most sophisticated architecture in the world”: an American writer is surprised by the rapid development of the kingdom

by on September 7, 2022 0

RIYADH: The skyscraper-filled city skylines of Saudi Arabia dominate the landscape. Such was the impression of the American writer Paige Peterson, who recently visited the Kingdom for a three-month visit at the invitation of the Saudi Ambassador to the United States, Princess Reema bint Bandar Al- Saud. Peterson’s first visit to the Kingdom was...

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Maudslay State Park prepares for the arrival of outdoor sculptures | New

by on September 5, 2022 0

NEWBURYPORT — An 11-foot xylophone will be among many site-specific sculptures spread throughout Maudslay State Park when the Outdoor Sculpture at Maudslay show kicks off next Sunday. This year marks the 23rd annual outdoor sculpture show at Maudslay, presented by the Essex National Heritage Commission and running until Sunday 2nd October. A reception and...

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The painter in painting | Andrew Kuo

by on September 3, 2022 0

Andrew Kuo, whose painting Stay Up, 2014 sparkles on the cover of our summer issue – the first issue after the print magazine’s redesign – is an artist and author who regularly contributes to T: The New York Times Style Magazine and co-hosts, with Ben Detrick, a basketball and culture podcast titled Hoop Cookies....

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PEN America condemns conviction of Burmese writer-activist Wai Moe Naing and calls for his release

by on September 2, 2022 0

(NEW YORK)–PEN America has released the statement below from Karin Deutsch Kariekar, Director of Free Expression at Risk programs, calling for the release of Burmese writer Wai Moe Naing, who was found guilty and sentenced by a court military from August 12 to 10. years in prison on multiple charges of “incitement”. “The sentencing...

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The Himalayas through the eyes of painter Nicholas Roerich

by on September 1, 2022 0

Nicholas Roerich not only traveled through the Himalayas but also painted over 500 paintings that depict the enigmatic and subtle spirituality, tranquility and harmony of the mountains. Their solemn, majestic and powerful essence and meaning for humanity is a symbol of purity, which is the highest aspiration for beauty and knowledge. He also painted...

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Attack on Rushdie mirrors 1925 murder of writer who satirized Viennese anti-Semitism

by on August 26, 2022 0

THE CONVERSATION via AP – Hadi Matar, the man charged with the attempted murder of distinguished novelist Salman Rushdie, admitted he had “only read two pages” of ‘The Satanic Verses,’ Rushdie’s 1988 novel which has angered fundamentalist Muslims around the world. Iran’s former Supreme Leader Ayatalloh Ruhollah Khomeini, who announced a fatwa calling on...

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“Evidence” by James White is a painter’s treatise on photography

by on August 25, 2022 0

In 1977, the Californian duo Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel self-published Evidence. Beautifully printed with 59 captionless black and white photographs, the book was as elegant as it was impenetrable. It was a collection of found images. The “authors” had scoured US institutional archives, sifting through two million photos of laboratory experiments, mechanical and...

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William Orbit – The Painter – Retro Pop

by on August 23, 2022 0

Released: August 26 William Orbit returns with a wistful, dreamy collection of largely instrumental electronic gems on his first solo album in eight years, “The Painter.” The long-awaited sequel to his self-released 2014 “Orbit Symphonic” sees the superproducer – who has worked on mega hits with Madonna, Blur, All Saints and Betty Boo –...

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Why 75-year-old writer Paulo Coelho is a global guru

by on August 23, 2022 0

The books of Paulo Coelho, the most famous contemporary Brazilian author in the world, are not marketed as the works of a Brazilian author. This is perhaps one of Coelho’s greatest triumphs: he managed to break with the expectations associated with homeland Brazilian authors. (Also Read: Paulo Coelho reacts to photo showing his name...

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The Painter of Downtown Farmington

by on August 18, 2022 0

Rain or shine, Carlton Rollins sells his paintings almost every night in downtown Farmington. Rollins, who taught himself to paint aged 10, estimates he has sold more than 5,000 paintings which have reached 30 countries since the 1970s. Pictured, Rollins holds up his painting ‘Comradeship of Three’ on Main Street Tuesday evening, August 16....

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The Getty will return a cache of illegally sourced ancient sculptures to Italy, including a prized depiction of the poet Orpheus

by on August 15, 2022 0

The J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles will return three ancient terracotta sculptures and other works of art to Italy after an investigation found the items were obtained illegally. Dating between 350 and 300 BCE, the life-size statues depict the seated poet Orpheus with a pair of standing sirens. The three pieces, believed...

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The writer who made the countryside enjoyable

by on August 14, 2022 0

TODAY, many city dwellers look forward to entering the country, especially in the summer, but it was not always so. Roads were often in very poor condition and even when the advent of toll roads made it easier for travelers to get around there was always a risk of theft, especially in places like...

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The artist connects with his family through cardboard sculptures

by on August 10, 2022 0

Artist Warren King reinvents the possibilities of cardboard in his series of figurative sculptures. Although remotely resembling the texture and sheen of wood, these three-dimensional works of art are actually carefully constructed from cardboard that has been cut and bent to create intriguing planes and angles. The inspiration for these striking statues comes from...

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Kennedy Yanko’s mixed media sculptures exude a sense of duality

by on August 4, 2022 0

The artistic process can be full of spontaneous and seemingly fortuitous discoveries that come with self-reflection. “What becoming ‘White, Passing’ wasn’t initially about race,” reveals Brooklyn-based painter and sculptor Kennedy Yanko, the 2021 artist-in-residence at Miami’s famed Rubell Museum. However, weeks of introspection during this intensely focused program will ultimately result in three...

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Discover the magnificent paintings, sculptures, jewelry and ceramics on the Nidd Art Trail – includes Pateley Bridge and the churches of Summerbridge and Blubberhouses

by on August 2, 2022 0

Julia Collins’ painting of a view of Fellbeck is on the front of our brochure This year, the optional theme is Celebration, which offers a wide range of interests, whether it’s a special anniversary, the celebration of a special year for people or buildings, or simply the excitement and the chance to celebrate a...

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‘Between Artists’: Flathead Valley Painter Collaborates with Writer in Norway for Hockaday Museum Exhibit

by on July 31, 2022 0

Lauren Korn chats with painter Tabby Ivy, one half of the collaborative team behind “Between Artists: Life in Paintings and Prose,” an exhibit now on view at the Hockaday Museum of Art in Kalispell, Montana. Tabby tells how she and writer Damon Falke (based in Norway) approached multimedia collaboration. Tabby will give an artist...

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5 sculptures for ‘Summer of Stone and Steel’, unveiled at Juliet’s Tavern in Joliet – Shaw Local

by on July 29, 2022 0

Lockport’s Betsy Dvorak loves the arts, especially local art, and that’s why she came to Juliet’s Tavern in Joliet on Thursday night. That’s when the Art Movement in Joliet, a voluntary organization, unveiled five sculptures for its second annual summer sculpture exhibit and raffle, “Summer of Stone and Steel.” “I really like the sculpture,”...

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Albuquerque Museum Returns Long-Forgotten Sculpture Cache to Mexico | Smart News

by on July 29, 2022 0

The ceremony comes amid a global campaign to repatriate objects removed from their home countries in disturbing circumstances. Nora Vanesky / Albuquerque Museum Foundation About five months ago, a box containing a dozen small, century-old sculptures was rediscovered in the warehouses of the Albuquerque Museum in New Mexico, where it had remained for 15...

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Interview with artist Barbara Bloom and writer Ben Lerner about ‘Gold Custody’ – ARTnews.com

by on July 28, 2022 0

The relationship between writers and artists tends to be one-sided. Artists do, writers criticize. But in gold guarda new book by artist Barbara Bloom and poet/novelist Ben Lerner, response and creation are a simultaneous collaborative process. gold guard is light; it’s no gargantuan coffee table book, but it’s no thin novel either. It is...

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Ancient sculptures found in storage box finally returned to Mexico | New Mexico

by on July 28, 2022 0

Small ancient sculptures that have gathered dust in an Albuquerque storage box are coming home to Mexico, where they are closely tied to the identity of indigenous communities. The Albuquerque Museum Foundation celebrated the repatriation of a dozen sculptures in a ceremony on Wednesday. The local Mexican consulate has accepted Olmec greenstone carvings, a...

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New York painter dies at 81 – ARTnews.com

by on July 26, 2022 0

Jennifer Bartlett, whose experiments in subjugating painting to predetermined systems of rules had won her a loyal following, died on July 25 in Amagansett, New York, at age 81. A representative of the Paula Cooper Gallery, which offered Bartlett some of his early exhibitions, confirmed this. death. Bartlett’s paintings are quite different from almost...

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