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REVIEW: Minnesota artists address the slippery topic of overpopulation from various stylistic modes and points of view at the Bloomington Center for the Arts.
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For Anya Ezhevskaya , art is worth the mess. In a unique live painting and poetry talk at College of the Mainland April 22 at 12:30 p.m. in the COM Fine Arts Building, she will demonstrate her seriously lighthearted approach to art.
9 hrs ago | Boulder Weekly
There's no denying the 20th century was one of radical changes. The century was ushered in on horse-drawn carriages and exited in an SUV.
13 hrs ago | Lancashire Telegraph
TWIN pensioners from Bacup who 'snatched' a A 100,000 painting from a renowned art collector as part of a televised Derren Brown heist are part of the team nominated for a Bafta.
16 hrs ago | Northern Michigan News
When abstract expressionism was all the rage in American art in the mid-20th century, many artists thought the art of painting portraits was dead.
18 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Pets are like family members. They have personality, quirks and emotions. Pets are often treated just like family- they get gifts, go on vacations and end up in family photo albums.
19 hrs ago | KWWL-TV Waterloo
Suspect, officer and witness accounts are painting a clearer picture of the Knicker's Saloon armed robbery and subsequent police shootout last Thursday in downtown Dubuque.
In the early 1960s, the shaped canvas emerged as a new form of abstract painting that reflected the optimistic spirit of a postwar space-race era when such forms as parallelograms, diamonds, rhomboids, trapezoids, and triangles suggested speed and streamlined stylization.
Farmington Art Foundation announced Shirley Popp of Farmington Hills as first-place winner in the 2014 Spring Show.
I can now understand how drug addiction starts.. I've been using cocaine recreationally for years, but really stepped it up this past year.
After that, the painting was lost until 2003. John Sloan's Fourteenth Street at Sixth Avenue hung in the office of Sen. Royal Copeland until his death in 1938.
The Surrey Art Gallery is marking the 100-year anniversary of the arrival of the Komagata Maru by showcasing the work of visual artists from across Canada and India.
This pastoral scene with a building that looks like a millhouse, described as in the "manner of John Constable" , is one of four oil paintings by artists from the former Barbizon School in France that Harold Hartshorne Jr. bequeathed to the Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum in Myrtle Beach for future exhibition.
At the age of 27, painter Eleanor Ray has already made something of a critical splash.
Man and Nature, the first exhibition in a new annual series entitled One on One, opened Saturday at the Kelowna Art Gallery.
The Detroit Repertory Theatre 's Lobby Gallery will have a Champagne Reception for local Detroit artist, Michael Horn er on Wednesday, April 23, 2014 from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM.
Painter Selina Trieff will discuss her artworks on Thursday, April 17, at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury.