Art Notes, July 26 |
Saluda artist Jim Carson had his painting “After the Rain in Asheville” accepted to the 16th annual National Exhibition of the American Impressionist Society, to take place at Trailside Galleries in Scottsdale, Ariz., Oct. 1-29. This is the third time …

You Can Thank This Man for Popularizing French Impressionism: Parts 1 and 2
Durand-Ruel's love for the Impressionists started in 1871 in London, when he met Claude Monet. Already an admirer of artists who painted outdoors, Durand-Ruel was introduced to Monet by another artist, who made the prophetic declaration, “He's going to …
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Revolutionary Dar3D Printing Technology Used by Startup 'Relief Art' Shows the
A startup based in Pisa, Italy, the company says their Dar3D Printing Technology an innovative method which can transform any sort of digital image into a “tactile 3D print.” Artists call the technique 'Impasto,' and paint is laid on an area of a …

Peek Inside MCA's Biennial of the Americas Exhibit
Puerto Rican artist Radamés "Juni" Figueroa adds some much-needed brightness to the second floor with his "tropical readymades"—repurposed objects (in this case, soccer balls and basketballs) and plants that combine in a playful reminder of his lush …
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'Search and Self Discovery' art exhibit will open Aug. 7
On display will be traditional forms of art media including acrylic, oil and watercolor paintings; colored pencil; pastel; pencil drawing; and ceramics, showing many different styles and techniques. Also featured will be examples of the group's …
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Meet the brains behind the masterpieces
Tsholofelo Dintwe (18), the creator of stimulating sculptures of the Elephant and Kubu is a lad from Lobatse who remembers developing interest in art from his early teenage-hood years at New Look primary school. He recalls being acknowledged and …
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Things to Do in New Jersey, July 19 to 25, 2015 – The New York Times
NEW BRUNSWICK “The Happy Lioness” (1980), a book jacket design for a story by Louise Fatio, is in “Donkey-donkey, Petunia, and Other Pals: Drawings by Roger Duvoisin,” at the Zimmerli Art Museum, 71 Hamilton Street, through June 26, 2016. For further …
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Sir Patrick Stewart given painting he has long 'lusted' after from former
He relinquished the role earlier this week – handing over to His Royal Highness The Duke of York, KG – but one of his final tasks was to preside over a ceremony in which Glasgow-based artist Frank To donated to his former university a dramatic oil …
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