December 5, 2022
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Nanaimo Painter Tom Shardlow Exhibits His Work in Ongoing Qualicum Beach Exhibit – Parksville Qualicum Beach News

by on March 1, 2022 0
A long-time gumboot artist and biologist will present a collection of Canadian landscapes at the Qualicum Art Supply and Gallery until the end of March. Nanaimo Tom Shardlowa member of both the Society of Canadian Artists and the Federation of Canadian Artists, hopes his works will capture the attention and emotion of viewers, just... Read More

Writer documents historic Perry County arms

by on February 11, 2022 0
R. Keith Hite has been working on his book for 17 years. Sitting in his Enola home, he laughs and admits some of that time was procrastination. Nevertheless, it took a long time to find the remaining guns made in Perry County in the early 1800s. “These people are very protective of these guns... Read More

The Greek painter who changed the art world

by on February 2, 2022 0
El Greco’s “Portrait of an Old Man”, believed to be a self-portrait, 1595. Credit: public domain The Greek painter El Greco is one of the best-known artists in the entire history of Western art, as his unique, romantic and awe-inspiring works have influenced a large number of painters over the past five centuries. Although... Read More

Matt Painter and Purdue Basketball officially sign threesome in upcoming 2022 promotion

by on November 11, 2021 0
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Purdue coach Matt Painter announced that three high school players have signed their national letter of intent to join the team for the 2022-2023 college basketball season. Cam Heide, Fletcher Loyer and Braden Smith all submitted documents Tuesday to officially become members of the Boilermakers basketball program. The three... Read More

Prix ​​Goncourt: “no conflict of interest” concerning the writer Camille Laurens according to the president of the Academy

by on September 22, 2021 0
The jury of France’s first literary prize, the Prix Goncourt, denied any conflict of interest on Wednesday after revelations from the France Inter radio channel suggested that one of the jurors would be in a relationship with a long-time author. listing. The book concerned is “The Children of Cadillac”, an account by the... Read More

Oliver Hirschbiegel’s “The Painter” Trailer Debuts

by on September 15, 2021 0
Berlin-based sales agency Picture Tree International has released the trailer for the docu-fiction “The Painter,” a collaboration between German director Oliver Hirschbiegel, best known for Oscar-nominated “Downfall,” and German artist Albert Oehlen. The work stars Ben Becker, whose credits include “Brother of Sleep” and “Comedian Harmonists”, and features the voice of Charlotte Rampling.... Read More

“Better than photography”: the rich realities of the painter Josephine Halvorson

by on July 28, 2021 0
“With still life, there’s this thing about the life of objects,” said Halvorson. “And with that, it’s also their death. I painted things on the verge of extinction or obsolescence. Painting is a way to commemorate them. Josephine Halvorson’s “Ground Register: Newspaper” from 2019.Stewart Clements / Courtesy of Josephine Halvorson and Sikkema Jenkins... Read More

A desperate writer steals the “plot”

by on May 28, 2021 0
Subscribe: Apple podcasts | Spotify | Stapler | How to listen Jake Bonner, the protagonist of “The Plot” by Jean Hanff Korelitz, is writing a novel based on someone else’s idea. The book becomes a big hit, but Jake struggles to appreciate it because he is afraid of getting caught. In this week’s... Read More

How we made a movie by an AI screenwriter

by on April 27, 2021 0
The scenario starts off quite simply: A couple is at the end of dinner. The conversation ends, the wine almost finished. After a silence, the man says he wants to play a game. Enter artificial intelligence. Calamity AI Cinematic Date NightThe future of media15 digital media companies leaving their mark on the entertainment... Read More