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New exhibition ‘Blooms’ on Saturday at the Orion Gallery | arts and entertainment

ALEXANDRIA BAY – Orion Art Gallery and Studio, 42901 State Route 12, will present its spring exhibition, “In Bloom, Interpretations of Nature” from Saturday through April 23. Opening of the exhibition on Saturday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Mark Walts will provide the music. The works of three artists, Cathie Ellsworth, Alice Elisabeth Waite […]

Pune: Opening of a gallery with an eye on new talents with the work of an insurance professional

The aim of the new art gallery in Pune is to promote emerging and unknown talents, especially women. Its inaugural exhibition showcases the work of a professional insurance artist by day while pursuing her passion for painting. Supriya Cohen, 54, had wanted to be a professional artist but life had different plans. Supriya’s Art, a […]

Modern West gallery artists-in-residence get chance to create post-pandemic

In a bright studio at Salt Lake’s Modern West Gallery, visual artist Laura Sharp Wilson – 56, with lapis blue eyes, bobbed blonde hair and a collarless T-shirt on a hot March day – is working on a new collection of textile-inspired pieces that explore society’s relationship to nature and the charged meanings of heirlooms, […]

The Allentown Neighborhood Is Booming: A Guide to Pittsburgh

What was once considered a shortcut to Route 51 has grown into a growing and thriving community that continues to add restaurants and businesses to its repertoire. Nestled between Mount Washington and the south side slopes is Allentown, centered around the intersection of two major thoroughfares, Arlington and East Warrington Avenues. Allentown, shaped like a […]

Opening of the new Allegheny Art Gallery, “Making Space” – The Campus

Allegheny Art Galleries features the work of four artists in the newly opened “Making Space”. The gallery is located in the Doane Hall of Art and opened on Tuesday March 1 and will remain open to the public until April 2.“It’s an exhibition that deviates a bit from what we often do,” said assistant art […]

Protesters denounce National Gallery contract with Aramark – The University Times

A protest took place outside the National Gallery of Ireland yesterday against its decision to award the mandate for the gallery cafe to Aramark, a company which runs three direct supply centers in Ireland. The move sparked anger among artists and wider communities in Ireland, prompting some with their work on display in the gallery […]

Jennifer Lawrence welcomes her first child

Jennifer Lawrence reportedly recently welcomed her first child with husband Cooke Maroney. Lawrence gave birth in Los Angeles County, according to public records obtained by TMZ. The records did not indicate the baby’s sex or birthday. Lawrence, who has no public social media presence, did not comment on the report. Lawrence, 31, sparked pregnancy rumors […]

New portraits of McDonald on display for YC’s ‘About Face’ art exhibit

Jerome J. Michael McDonald’s Artist (Photo by Ron Chilston) Artist J. Michael McDonald hosts his own show at Yavapai College. A resident of Jerome for 27 years, McDonald has turned to portraiture during the COVID-19 shutdowns, trying to capture the effects of unique circumstances on the human face. Her new exhibit, “About Face,” opens Feb. […]

Susan Lester’s ‘delicious’ bird paintings to celebrate in the book that almost never was

When media mogul Edmund Rouse was embroiled in a political scandal and imprisoned for attempted bribery in 1989, it threw his businesses into turmoil. A lesser-known victim of Rouse’s disappearance was budding artist Susan Lester, who was commissioned by the businessman to paint 200 detailed Tasmanian birds to be published in a special two-volume book […]

Whangārei Hundertwasser Art Center: “There are little surprises everywhere”

Pam Tothill from Prosper Northland Trust at the official opening of the Hundertwasser Art Center Whangarei Town Basin If you’re wondering why there’s a blue tile in the middle of all the green and red tiles in Whangārei’s Hundertwasser Art Center, that was the tiler’s decision. After a nearly 30-year journey, the world’s last authentic […]

Artist Larry Blissett paints raw, expressionist portraits using vivid colors

(Courtesy of Blue Rain Gallery) Viewers have called Larry Blissett everything from “the Chicano Basquiat” to “a watered-down Picasso.” The Santa Fe artist and former entrepreneur pokes fun at labels and ignores any criticism, saying, “Some people don’t think these are works of art, but I don’t care. ” Blissett’s work is available at the […]

Frieze LA report: Amid the pandemic, small galleries are doing well

While the auction market has thrived under COVID, the past few years have been tough for art fairs and museums. During the pandemic, earnings at the high end of the market have remained strong. Sotheby’s has achieved consolidated sales of at least $7.3 billion, its highest annual total in its 277-year history. At Christie’s, sales […]

Art review: Juan Santiago at the Gambrel Gallery

To enter the white space of the Gambrel Gallery is to leave the mountains of southern Oregon and instead become a beholder of royalty. The princesses of No mirrors in this house to inhabit a sacred elevation. Viewers are left to watch without agency from below. In another area, ignoring intrusions, the porcelain figures are […]

This British Art Gallery Recently Removed Vincent van Gogh Memorabilia, Here’s Why

A London art gallery recently removed memorabilia related to the famous painter Vincent van Gogh from its gift shop. A member of gallery staff looks at a painting titled ‘Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear’ by Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh at the Courtauld Gallery in London. AFP A London art gallery recently removed memorabilia related to […]

K Contemporary’s Doug Kacena shakes up the Denver gallery scene

K Contemporary is currently Denver’s most exciting commercial art gallery. In just five quick years, owner Doug Kacena—obviously, that’s where the “K” comes from—gathered a roster of the city’s most adventurous art makers and produced a slew of memorable and completely free. As K’s reputation grew, so did the artists he represented, including Denver-bound stars […]

The National Gallery of Canada creates a department for decolonization – ARTnews.com

As part of a desire to better represent Indigenous culture in art institutions around the world, the National Gallery of Canada is committed to reinventing its collections and programs from a decolonial perspective. Today, the museum announced the creation of the Department of Indigenous Ways and Decolonization, which will be led by Michelle LaVallee as […]

Guz Khan will star in an exhibition at the National Gallery in Coventry

Coventry’s Guz Khan is due to star in a National Gallery exhibition featuring Coventry icons. The local comic has been chosen to feature alongside other personalities from the city in the exhibition of portraits on loan from the National Portrait Gallery. Students from Barr’s Hill School helped organize the exhibit, titled “Creative Connections.” READ MORE […]

Front Range Art Guide Feb 4-10 – Longmont Times-Call

Visitors are encouraged to call ahead before visiting area galleries for COVID protocols and hours. Block area 15th Street Gallery Featuring works by Boston artist Nancy Simonds and Denver artist Tony Ortega; open by appointment only; 1708 15th St., Boulder; 303-447-2841; 15thstreetgalleryboulder.com Ana’s Art Gallery Art from local, African and Caribbean artists; 12pm-5pm Friday-Sunday; 958 […]

Best Things to Do in the South Bronx: Where to Stay, Eat and Shop

Chocobar Cortes | Photo by Cole Saladino for Thrillist Chocobar Cortes | Photo by Cole Saladino for Thrillist Conveniently located along lines 4, 5 and 6, the South Bronx is currently at a cultural crossroads, where old hip-hop culture mixes with a new creative and entrepreneurial spirit. Four neighborhoods make up the southernmost part of […]

The couple behind jewelry brand Mejuri talk about their everyday cool style at home

Caned chair, France and Son; Rugs, Etsy, Shelves, CB2. When friends of Noura Sakkijha and Majed Masad first enter the couple’s home in Toronto, Canada, something clicks. The space is clean, sophisticated and accessible, just like the fine jewelry their company, Mejuri, has become known for. “They make fun of us saying that everything looks […]

Life in the Fast Lane: How Urban Street Art Car Ads Can Backfire – Kattison Avenue/Katten Kattwalk | Number 1 | Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP

Automakers and their ad agencies really like to show off their driving machines in action. TV commercials depict sturdy, reliable trucks hauling tons of cargo; four-wheel drive SUVs navigating treacherous terrain in extreme weather conditions; and sleek sedans traversing cityscapes of gleaming skyscrapers and trendy urban streets. It’s on funky urban streets that automakers can […]

Temple artist Michael Donahue puts stories on canvas in Waco | Arts & Theater

Temple artist Michael Donahue is showing works sampling his life as a painter in “Perspectives,” at the Susan L. Sistrunk Fine Art Gallery through February. Michael Donahue echoes the subjects of ancient painters with his triptych “The Gambers’ Altarpiece”. Temple artist Michael Donahue’s paintings have a lot to unpack, both in their frames and in […]

British Columbia truckers take part in ‘freedom convoy’ across country to protest vaccine mandate

Breadcrumb Links News Local News The Canadian Trucking Alliance estimates that the federal vaccine requirement could take 10 to 15% — about 12,000 to 16,000 — of truckers off the road. Publication date : January 22, 2022 • 9 hours ago • 3 minute read • 14 comments Hundreds of people gathered at a rally […]

Samara Golden spills her “guts”

LOS ANGELES — It’s a dizzying and disorienting experience, where moments of serenity juggle with feelings of disgust. Inaugurating the new Night Gallery warehouse space, which opens this weekend, artist Samara Golden has constructed a mirrored bedroom that creates the illusion of a skyscraper. Different floors provide competing images – from calm turquoise waters to […]

The shattered dream of the streets in the sky above Piccadilly Gardens – and where you can find what’s left of them

Manchester is still under construction, it will always be under construction. It is a collection of centuries of architecture. But in the 1960s a plan for Mosley Street and a town center ring road might have seen some of the historic buildings on Oxford Street, Portland Street and Mosley Street demolished in favor of the […]

Wichita Gallery presents visually impaired artists

Sarah Kephart, Envision Arts Program Manager, front row from right, and Dale Small, Envision Arts Galley Coordinator, front row far right, with students from the Adult Arts Class of Envision. The Envision Arts Gallery and Community Engagement Center opens this weekend. A new art gallery that champions the accessibility and inclusion of art opens on […]

Upside down image under Botticelli’s portrait of Christ shows that he first tried to paint him as a baby + other stories

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most important developments in the art world and the art market. Here is what you need to know this Tuesday, January 11. NEED TO READ Peter Max’s keeper pursues his daughter – The court-appointed guardian of sick 84-year-old artist Peter Max has hit back at claims […]

William Spenser Bagdatopoulos: the forgotten Greek-American artist

When does a Greek immigrant become American? When does this transformation really take place? And who ultimately determines this status? Returning these questions, when does the history of the Greeks in the Western Hemisphere admit someone as a fellow Greek? It is certain that a go-to choice for admission to Greek American Studies is once […]

Pictured: Fifteen Fifteen, the amazing new tour of Vancouver that looks like a game by Jenga

Future homeowners with a head for heights will love this new development in Vancouver – because it has cantilevered pieces across the street. The images reveal how these floating pieces make the new residential tower look like a game from Jenga. Being inside “will create the sensation of floating above the city, the ocean and […]

Sandra Jaffe, who ran New Orleans’ famous Preservation Hall jazz clubs for decades, dies at 83

(JTA) – Sandra Jaffe, a Jewish woman who, along with her husband, ran one of New Orleans’ top jazz clubs for decades and joined the club before segregation ended, has died last month at 83. Jaffe and her husband, Allan, were considered pioneers and protectors of jazz in the city that gave birth to the […]

Drown in family photos? Professional photo managers share tips on sorting large collections

Taking pictures is easy, but organizing the tens of thousands that accumulate over a lifetime is anything but. Professional photo managers know it: they make a living sorting, scanning, renaming, restoring, organizing and turning family photo treasures into tidy collections and albums. As Albertans make lofty New Year’s resolutions to organize their photo collections, Karen […]

Archibald, Beatles and Desert Art: Summer Delights in Australia’s Regional Galleries | Culture

Fancy a road trip to celebrate the end of a very difficult year? Get on your bike, charge the electric vehicle, use gasoline gears to tour one of Australia’s regional art galleries. And don’t forget to check the entry rules secured against Covid in advance. Geelong Gallery: Archie 100: a century of the Archibald Prize […]

The work of artist Ramona selected for the Artist Alliance Biennale at Oceanside

“The Gods Who Feed Us” by artist Ramona Stacy Nixon is one of 61 works of art selected for the Artists Alliance Biennale 2022 at the Oceanside Museum of Art. Nixon’s work, a large 40-by-26-foot piece that combines wax bound on paper with hand-cut stencils and an overlay of pigments and gold leaf, is on […]

Defending the strength and diversity of Indian and South Asian art

New Delhi – India Art Fair, which will run from February 3-6, 2022 in partnership with BMW India, will feature 75 exhibitors in 14 cities, including 13 unprecedented non-profit foundations and institutions. Thanks to an open call carried out in collaboration with the Gujral Foundation and Artdemic, Anshuka Mahapatra was selected to design the facade […]

Gordon Gallery in Tel Aviv brings contemporary art to an unlikely corner of Jerusalem

Beit Sapir, a minimalist industrial building in Jerusalem’s Givat Shaul neighborhood, is either the strangest place for a contemporary art gallery or the best possible place for one. But even if the decision to open a branch of the famous Gordon Gallery of Tel Aviv in one of the less artistic corners of Jerusalem was […]

An NFT for your Christmas stocking? »Aboriginal art repertoire

Among a cornucopia of events, books and concepts flying through the Indigenous world this time of year, surely the most notable is the start of First Nations NFTs – the hottest things of 2021. . NFTs (non-fungible tokens) have been dubbed the Word of the Year by the Collins Dictionary, with its practice increasing 1,100% […]

LaTurbo Avedon is one step ahead of the metaverse

LaTurbo Avedon is waiting for me at the center of Orbital, a cavernous and almost empty trance nightclub. Pulsed lights illuminate their platinum hair as they roam alone under a purple globe floating on the expansive dance floor. Our date is in Second Life, so finding this space-themed nightclub involves nothing more than typing on […]

New faces on the committee of the contemporary art group | Blue Mountain Gazette

Two new members with a solid background in museums and galleries were elected to Modern Art Projects Blue Mountains (MAPBM) on November 28. MAPBM is a non-profit incorporated association that supports and advocates the development, production and exhibition of multifaceted contemporary art in the Blue Mountains. The MAPBM 2021/22 committee (from left to right): Diana […]

Rare allegorical painting from the 17th century English school banned from export in the hope that it would be saved for the nation

The double portrait of the English school, circa 1650, whose export from the United Kingdom has been temporarily blocked. Laura chester Dec 14 2021 The image was sold on 23 June at the Trevanion auction house in Shropshire for a hammer price of £ 220,000 (front page, ATG No 2499). After the sale, the current […]

72-year-old potter from Chilliwack presents his first solo show – Chilliwack Progress

A Chilliwack artist who has been creating pottery for 50 years has his work on display at the Chilliwack Cultural Center. Drawn in clay is a pottery and drawing / painting exhibition by Ted Driediger at the O’Connor Group Art Gallery through January 7. December 9 Progress met Driediger as a constant stream of visitors […]

Brooklyn Museum announces Kimberly Panicek Trueblood as President and COO

The Brooklyn Museum in New York has appointed Kimberly Panicek Trueblood as its new president and chief operating officer. The richness of Trueblood’s experience does not lie in the art world but in the utility sector. Most recently, Chief of Staff of the American Civil Liberties Union, Trueblood was previously Deputy Chief Financial Officer and […]

The GES-2 House of Culture in Moscow opens a new era in art

Moscow celebrated the inauguration of the GES-2 House of Culture on Saturday. Led by curator Teresa Iarocci Mavica and funded by director of gas company Novatek Leonid Mikhelson, GES-2 is designed to create a revolution in the Russian art scene. GES-2 is the new headquarters of the VAC Foundation, founded by Mavica and Mikhelson in […]

What’s New – 11/27 – Our Time Press

AUTUMN IN AMERICA For 85 glorious minutes on Friday, November 19, Vice President Kamala Harris served as Acting President of the United States while Joe Biden was sedated for a medical procedure. Last week, WGO referred to its declining poll numbers, possibly instigated by right-wing media disinformation. A recent Vanity Fair essay on his desk […]

TWO TWO partners with the city of Las Vegas

Las Vegas, NV, Nov 24, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – (via Blockchain Wire) TWO and the city have teamed up to reinvigorate the Downtown Arts District. With immersion, interaction, NFTs and multiple forms of reality, TWO TWO’s collaborations with some of the world’s best artists, composers and engineers are representative of the inspiration behind creativity, focusing […]

Once on the fringes, tattoo artists are now an integral part of downtown Maine

Thirty years ago there were a few types of businesses that one would expect to see in the average downtown area. A hardware store. A pharmacy. A shoe shop. Things like that. But those staple businesses on the main streets have changed over the past few decades, to instead include coffee shops, craft breweries, and, […]

Parkash Purb: Artist Donates 3 Works of Art for Holy City: The Tribune India

Deepkamal Kaur Tribune press service Sultanpur Lodhi, November 18 As worshipers begin to converge on the holy city of Guru Nanak for the 552nd Parkash Purb celebrations, there is something new and amazing to watch. The site is the Guru Nanak Art Gallery in Nirmal Kutiya, the dera of environmentalist Balbir Singh Seechewal. Right at […]

Newcastle Art Gallery could close in January for more than two years for long-awaited expansion | Newcastle Herald

news, news-advice, The Newcastle Art Gallery could close for up to two and a half years in January for its long-planned expansion if the council secures a $ 10 million federal grant. In a project update provided to councilors on Tuesday evening, council staff said the expansion project was on track to begin early next […]

New Saffron Walden Museum exhibition bridges art gallery and museum culture

A new exhibit at the Saffron Walden Museum examines how today’s society might be preserved in the fossil record. Fossilization: A Slice of the Anthropocene combines original bronze sculptures by artist Kabir Hussain with objects from the museum’s collections. It will run until March 20 next year in the Special Exhibitions Gallery on the ground […]

How a Gilroy artist grew his business during the pandemic

When the pandemic hit, Nacho Moya knew he had to get creative to keep his art gallery and studio in downtown Gilroy afloat. So he did something that is perhaps counterintuitive in an age when resources seem scarce: Moya has started offering free virtual painting lessons. Hundreds of people have signed up, looking for connection […]

The View From Here Opening Weekend – Event Information

Meet the artists: opening weekend conferences 10 am-5pm, Sat 6 and Sun 7 Nov | FREE A weekend celebrating the creativity of Western Australia. In The view from here, The Art Gallery of Western Australia presents its largest exhibition of Western Australian art ever, with 30 major new commissions, exhibitions and acquisitions from leading Western […]

Indianapolis nonprofit helping young adults with disabilities expands to Newburgh

NEWBURGH, Ind. (WFIE) – An Indianapolis nonprofit is expanding to Newburgh. The Alex and Ali Foundation helps young adults with autism and other disabilities become more involved in the community. Alex Parker and his friend Alan are working on some ornaments to hand out to candy lovers this year. Alex’s mother, Jennifer Grimm Parker, gave […]

Starlight Studio and Art Gallery – Buffalo Rising

Author: Jen Swan For this month’s spotlight, I had the opportunity to visit two organizations that focus on inclusiveness in the arts to speak with artists about their projects. The talented artists of Starlight Studio and Art Gallery and the dazzling cast, staff and writers of Unique Theater Company both create captivating works that you […]

works by artist Simeon Spearman on display at the Lander Fine Art Gallery until November 17 | Relax

Greenwood-based freelance portrait and portrait painter Simeon Spearman says he can create for hours at a time when inspiration strikes. His exhibition entitled “Manifestations” is on display at the Lander Fine Art Gallery until November 17th. Discover charcoal portraits, works made with Conté pencils or sticks, and even two-dimensional pieces on wood, created using wood […]

Jasmine Roth reveals a beautiful decorating idea that you are sure to overlook

Jasmin roth, host of the show “Help! I destroyed my house, ”knows that many homeowners will opt for DIY to save money on renovations. Yet at the end of the day, these efforts often end up being a bigger puzzle than they are worth. In the Season 2 episode “Worth the Peace of Mind”, Roth […]

Things to do for all of you | Arts and Entertainment News

Artists, who work across a variety of mediums, include Phyllis Anderson, Jill DeFelice, Glen Guarino, ta hahn, Dennis Loughlin, Joe Lugara, Varleria Marcus, George Mattei, Lucretia E. McGuff-Silverman, Tony Migliaccio, Vincent Nardone, Carol Nussbaum, Suzanne Pasqualicchio, Jason Rice, Vincent Romaniello, Andrea Sauchelli, Karen Starrett, Lou Storey, Diane Tomash and Christina Marie Klein. The Noyes Arts […]

The WCCC program “Founders” presents the works of 2 pioneers of the program

Until the end of the month, Westmoreland County Community College is hosting an art exhibit honoring two faculty and campus leaders who have helped develop programs at the school. The exhibition, titled “Founders”, features works by Gregory Lee Hricenak and Robert Myers. It will be on display in the Science Innovation Center art gallery on […]

Politicians denounced closures in Glasgow during COP26

POLITICIANS have denounced after it was revealed that tourist attractions in Glasgow would be closed to the public during COP26. We previously reported that six venues in the city, including the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, will be temporarily closed while the climate conference takes place. Paul Sweeney, MSP, said: ‘Once again Glasgowians will be […]

Notes on the neighborhood: neighborhood parties, a bike path through town, volunteer opportunities, art exhibitions and more

The return of the library In case you missed the story: The Mission Library branch will launch a take-out service on Saturday at the Bartlett Street entrance, and a bookmobile parked outside will offer an organized supply of books to browse, courtesy of the Mission branch team. This is the first weekend library service the […]

what do collectives mean for the future of the art world?

Amid the frenzy of Frieze London’s comeback to life, this year’s lecture program asks a question: how today’s art market, so gripped by a winner-takes-all mentality, can evolve towards a model based on cooperation and attention, rather than competition and extraction? Among the speakers trying to answer this question are the Jakarta-based art collective ruangrupa, […]

Georgetown celebrates the arts program that uplifts the colors and moods of fall at Book Hill

With the onset of fall, splashes of color were spotted along Wisconsin Avenue, but artistic in nature and not arboreal. As part of a pilot public art program, Georgetown Celebrates the Arts enlivens the Main Street corridor with 43 public art pieces printed on ‘kake mono’ banners and ground installations along Book Hill between Volta […]

Provincetown artists and art galleries starting the week of October 14.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Due to local and national public safety advisories regarding the COVID-19 virus, please check with the sites directly for the latest information on precautions. OPENINGS AND EVENTS Friday October 15th Priscilla Jacket exhibition: is 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Oct. 15 at Seashore Point, 100 Alden St., Provincetown. For information: 508 487-0771. Priscilla […]

Novelist Tiphanie Yanique to sign books at Bajo El Sol art gallery

Portrait of Tiphanie Yanique (Photo by Kay Hinton) Bajo El Sol Gallery will be hosting a signing session for Tiphanie Yanique at 5:00 pm Thursday, October 28 in St. John. A highly influential storyteller, Tiphanie Yanique is known for her exceptional ability to take readers on a journey through time, places and relationships. Yanique is […]

MoMA and the Mexican moment in New York

Art movements rarely conform to national borders; nor are they the result of artists’ efforts alone. Transnational networks of individuals and institutions often play an essential role in the research, interpretation and defense of radically new works of art. This was never more the case than during the “Mexican moment” of the twentieth century, a […]

Flood Plain, new non-profit gallery, opens on Cherokee Street

Click to enlarge From left to right, Liz Wolfson, Trina Van Ryn, Amelia-Colette Jones Floodplain (3151 Cherokee Street, [email protected]) is a non-profit, non-commercial art gallery that opened last month in the former home of another non-profit, non-commercial art gallery – Fort Gondo, which thrived on Cherokee Street for fifteen. But as the three founders honor […]

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