Monthly Archives: December 2021

Ludington Area Jaycees Donate to Manistee County Sculpture Project

LUDINGTON – In keeping with part of their credo, “Service to humanity is the best job in life,” the JCI Ludington / Ludington Area Jaycees Mini Golf Course makes grants available for projects and programs benefiting Mason County and surrounding areas. counties. The 2021 season at the Ludington Area Jaycees …

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The Knaresborough artist receives a copy of his work on display at the Barbican Gallery Shop in London.

Andrew with his work of art Pearly King with his parents and Shirley Hudson, head of artist’s studio and art studio. Workers at the Knaresborough center presented a print by client Andrew, which is on display at the Barbican Gallery Shop in London. Head of Artist’s Studio and Art Studio …

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Doris Lee, unfairly forgotten, receives late but complete tribute

Sent to boarding school as a teenager in 1920 “to polish the edges and prepare for college,” artist Doris Lee cut her hair to rebel against her surroundings – “the less adventurous and imaginative” of his life, without access to painting. This act of rebellion ended in a suspension and …

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Day Trips: Public Art in Galveston: A Variety of Exhibits Complement the Town’s Architecture and Southern Charm – Columns

Photos by Gerald E. McLeod Hope, a new sculpture honoring hurricane survivors along the Texas coast, adds another gem to Galveston’s list of public art. Dedicated in the square behind the Town Hall (823 25th St.) on April 16, 2021, the bronze sculpture by the local artist Doug McLean depicts …

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First Night State College returns to the ring in 2022

Ice sculptures will line South Allen Street and elsewhere in downtown as part of First Night State College on New Years Eve. After being canceled last year, First Night State College returns on Friday to bid farewell to 2021 and usher in 2022 with a family celebration throughout the day …

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The epic prank John Madden pulled on ‘Saturday Night Live’

John Madden arrived with a few tricks up his sleeve when he hosted Saturday Night Live in 1982, including one specially for producer Dick Ebersol. “With John Madden, this was really the closest time to having a heart attack before having a real one in February 96,” Ebersol said for …

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Advanced Painting Services LLC is preparing to provide the best painting services to homeowners

In early 2022, Minnesota-based painting company Advanced Painting Services LLC is keen to ensure Minnesota homeowners get nothing less than the best painting services for all intents and purposes. Today there are so many residential and commercial painting companies to choose from, making it increasingly difficult to know who will …

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Rodin Bronze From Family Plot goes up for auction

Raphaël Chatroux, specialist at Freeman, informed of academics’ reactions to the upcoming offer, replied that staff members “certainly understand the uniqueness of the situation and therefore proceed with the utmost caution and sensitivity so as not to disturb anyone. “. The sculpture, valued at $ 250,000 to $ 400,000, was …

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Some jobs in NL are threatened with extinction, and this heritage project wants to save them

In 2017, artists Diana Chisholm and David Dyck made these strings using a string machine they built themselves. (Diana Chisholm and David Dyck) A new Heritage NL project seeks to save traditional Newfoundland and Labrador crafts from decline. Terra Barrett, a researcher for the organization, says the skills and knowledge …

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Weekly Deals & More: Winter Cocktails, Match Day Accommodation, To-Go Lunches, Free Slim Delivery, and more

We have so much love for our farmers for continuing to provide fresh food and for the community for choosing to support the local! To verify our last article on longtime locals, Villines Farms! Penguin Ed’s Give a barbecue as a gift! Throughout the month of December, when you purchase …

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Paint cars any color – as long as they are green

Posted on Dec. 2021 08:00:00 Jesse Crosse talks about new inkjet style painting processes that reduce energy consumption in spray booths. Over the past year, new precision painting processes have emerged that promise to speed up car manufacturing, make it more durable, and allow manufacturers to offer a wider range …

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Opus 40 receives $ 300,000 grant to repair and conserve blue stone sculpture – Daily Freeman

SAUGERTIES, NY – The Opus 40 Sculpture Park received a $ 300,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for the repair and conservation of the park’s 6.5-acre bluestone sculpture created by the artist, sculptor and professor Harvey Fite at Bard College. This Mellon Foundation award will match a grant …

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Obituary: Joanne M. Griffin – Portland Press Herald

Joanne M. Griffin PORTLAND – Joanne M. Griffin, 87, passed away peacefully on Sunday December 19, 2021 at the Maine Veterans Home in Scarborough after a long and courageous battle with dementia. She was born in New Bedford, Mass. on March 25, 1934, daughter of the late Francis E. and …

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Olivia Munn and John Mulaney shared a photo of their new baby

By Alaa Elassar, CNN It’s a Christmas Eve gift! Actress Olivia Munn and comedian John Mulaney have shared the first glimpse of their baby, who is now 1 month old. Munn posted a instagram photo showing baby Malcolm wearing a blue beanie and swaddled in a plush blanket as he …

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Third-Party Developer Brings Dark Mode to Microsoft Paint on Windows 11

Back in August, long before Windows 11 was released to the public, Microsoft teased the Paint app for Windows 11 and introduced Paint’s dark theme. However, it has been four months since then and insiders have yet to receive the dark theme on Paint, although it was reiterated again in …

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Guide to the world’s largest sculpture park

Vigeland Park is just one reason to visit Oslo, Norway, but it’s a good reason – especially when you see the range of these incredible works of art. Vigeland Park is located in Frogner Park, Oslo’s largest public garden. There are 212 statues in this strange and fascinating sculptural park. …

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Two young people are deemed winners of The Daily Gazette’s annual Christmas coloring contest – The Daily Gazette

Kiera MacIntosh and Phoebe Oakes know all about Christmas color. Young performers interpret the happy season with pops of red and green, a glitter heart scarf and a midnight blue night sky. Red cheeks, a rainbow star and a peppermint striped letterbox for Santa are also part of their Christmas …

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Intricate paper-cut sculptures show the superpowers of endangered corals

Corals are an integral part of marine ecosystems, as they function as hot spots to nurture underwater biodiversity, sometimes supporting thousands of different species. Corals also act to protect coastal areas, as they can mitigate the impact of incoming tidal waves, which in the long run can help coastal ecosystems …

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Stuffed Animal Sleepover Involves Kids and Families at Algiers Point Library | Entertainment / Life

Algiers Point’s Cita Dennis Hubbell Library hosted a different kind of sleepover on December 10, inviting an unexpected group: the neighborhood children’s stuffed animals. A diverse group of colorful and loving little friends played games, colored, made crafts, and shared bedtime stories with library staff. Everyone borrowed books to take …

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Street artist creates incredible 3D optical illusions

(MENAFN-News from Costa Rica) Facebook Instagram Twitter LinkedIn YouTube Paypal Homepage To travel Travel The charm of Roca Bruja: a paradise for surfers Travel to Costa Rica to change the law that will allow passengers to travel with pets on public transport Travel to Costa Rica, the country whose essence …

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North Atlantic ships to test new hull paint developed in Nova Scotia

A super smooth hull paint developed in Nova Scotia will undergo its most difficult test yet in 2022 when larger vessels test the product’s protective and anti-fouling properties under harsh ocean conditions in the North Atlantic. Graphite Innovation and Technologies uses graphene – a carbon-based nanomaterial – as the base …

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Exhibition of art and sculpture of the Holy Grail in Valencia (Spain) until February 2022

VALENCIA, SPAIN, December 21, 2021 / 24-7PressRelease / – 24/7 VALENCIA: CAN YOU TELL US MORE ABOUT THIS EXHIBITION? CURATOR & PROFESSOR OF ART HISTORY (UNIVERSITAT OF VALÈNCIA) NÉSTOR OLUCHA: “The Holy Grail has served as a motif for artistic creation on numerous occasions throughout the History of Art in …

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arts community mourns former owner of Turtle Hollow Gallery | News

GATLINBURG – The arts and crafts community here mourns the death of Ross Markley, the artist who once owned the Turtle Hollow Gallery on Buckhorn Road. Markley died on December 4, after a battle with a brain tumor. He was 78 years old. He moved to the area in 1991, …

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Join the conversation | Arts and Culture | Weekly Style

What do U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, 2019 National Teacher of the Year Rodney Robinson and Richmond hip-hop radio mainstay DJ Lonnie B have in common? These luminaries, and many more, stopped at the Cheats Movement podcast, which was founded in 2015 by community conversation catalyst, Marc Cheatham, a graduate …

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SFA teacher wins global art competition

NACOGDOCHES, Texas (KTRE) – Shaun Roberts, professor of drawing and painting at Stephen F. Austin State University, submitted a painting to the World Wide Kitsch competition and won the award. Roberts has competed against hundreds of artists across the world and was told he had won the Jury’s First Prize …

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Review: Brenda L. Crofts Mixes the Personal and the Political in Two Exhibits in Canberra | Canberra weather

what’s new, music-theater-arts, brenda l croft, canberra museum and gallery, cmag, canberra arts, canberra artist, canberra native artist ‘Hand / Made / Held / Ground’ & Made in Australia Series II, Brenda L. Croft. Canberra Museum & Gallery, until January 22. ‘hand / made / held / ground’ is a …

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Local craft store opens at Cottonwood Center in Chilliwack – Chilliwack Progress

A new retail store that exclusively sells items from local artists and artisans has opened at the Cottonwood Center. Dragonfly Arts and Crafts is run by the Ch’illiwack Community Arts Council (CCAC) and they’ve partnered up with the mall to make it happen. “Cottonwood has been very helpful in putting …

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How self-proclaimed ‘scary cats’ created MIERUKO-CHAN

the MIRUKO-CHAN Anime and manga series offer a unique blend of horror and comedy. Ironically, however, the manga artist Tomoki izumi and animated director Yuki ogawa both describe themselves as “scary cats”. ANN quizzed the two about their work in making this unique series. ©Tomoki izumi,MIRUKO-CHAN The partners. MIRUKO-CHAN was …

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South Bay homeless advocates paint gravestones to mark homeless deaths – CBS San Francisco

SAN JOSE (KPIX) – Homeless advocates say at least five people have died overnight this week from the cold and they say city and county leaders must do more to prevent this from happening reproduces itself. “It’s graphic, it’s in your face, it’s undeniable, it really strikes a chord with …

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New York State giant penis sculpture dispute finally ends

Over the past year and a half, the Empire State has been impacted by multiple waves of the COVID-19 pandemic, destructive winds and torrential rains from Hurricanes Isaias and Ida, as well as the rise and fall of the governor Andrew Cuomo. It was a hell of a time. However, …

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Bruce Springsteen has sold his catalog of music that is said to be worth hundreds of millions of dollars

Bruce Springsteen has sold the rights to his music catalog to Sony Music Entertainment for a value that could reach $ 500 million. “The boss”Maybe just won half a billion dollars. Bruce Springsteen has sold the rights to his music catalog to Sony Music Entertainment, according to a Sony statement. …

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Bay Area Painter Gruber Painting Announces Winter Special

SAN JOSE, California, December 16, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Joel Gruber, Founder of San jose The painter company Gruber Painting is pleased to announce a special winter for its valued customers. From now until December 31, 2021, Gruber Painting will deduct 10% from the estimated price of its painting …

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Carmel celebrates classic Indiana cars with 4 roundabout sculptures

CARMEL, Ind. – The City of Carmel has commissioned four roundabout sculptures that will celebrate “Indiana Classic Cars” on 96th Street. They will be designed by artist Arlon Bayliss and will be placed in 2022 and 2023. They will be placed at 96th Street roundabouts at Priority Way, Delegates Row, …

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Easy and fun crafts and activities for kids

As a mom of a toddler, I’d say it’s the 50/50 that gets the most excited for the holidays. I love that my son is old enough now to participate in some of the family vacation traditions that I grew up on and look forward to making memories all together. …

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Cocktails & Culture: The Return of the Danceteria with Eli Escobar

Masks and proof of vaccination compulsory. During our first 2022 edition of Cocktails & Culture, return to the Mecca of the New York dance clubs of the 1980s with DJ Eli Escobar. Consult our monthly MC’NY Poets’ Coffee hosted by the poet Shanelle Gabriel. Bring your poems, songs, whatever way …

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Tryon painter Margaret Curtis wins 2021 Joan Mitchell scholarship – the Tryon Daily Bulletin

The Joan Mitchell Foundation awarded Tryon-based painter Margaret Curtis a prestigious Joan Mitchell Fellowship, a grant to support artists who have made “significant contributions to artistic and cultural discourse deserving of greater national recognition.” Joan Mitchell was a distinguished first generation Abstract Expressionist painter whose will called for “the creation …

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Your butter sculpture at home could be a winner in the “Butter Up!” ” of State. competition; deadline is Friday | Food

The deadline is Friday December 17th to turn a piece of butter into a work of art and enter your sculpture into the second “Butter Up!” competition. If you live in Pennsylvania, you can create your butter sculpture, photograph it, and email it before noon on Friday. Prizes for the …

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Op-Ed: An Allegory on Funding NH Schools

By Representative Marjorie Porter, D-Hillsborough Let me tell you a story of Little Town, a lovely little town right here in New Hampshire that boasted of having several beautiful lakes and ponds within its boundaries. Years ago, the townspeople decided that a place on one of them would be the …

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Nike goes deeper into the metaverse by acquiring virtual sneaker designer RTFKT

Nike acquired RTFKT Studios, adding the virtual sneaker startup’s logo alongside those of Nike, … [+] Jordan and Converse brand. Nike Nike takes a new step in the metaverse by acquiring RTFKT Studios, a virtual startup of sneakers and collectibles. While the deal is already seen by many as Nike’s …

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White House group’s annual Christmas decoration honors LBJ

WASHINGTON – Luci Baines Johnson remembers December 1967 as a turbulent time in her father’s White House. His sister Lynda, the eldest of President Lyndon B. Johnson’s two children, was set to tie the knot in the White House, and the president spent the days leading up to Christmas racking …

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Justin Kluck: Metal sculpture on display locally

Through Barbara hardt | to 12 December 2021 Barbara hardtFrom peak to peak Justin Kluck is an artist. About five or six years ago, Justin started to try his hand at metal sculpture and immediately became hooked. Sculpture is an outlet. He has great challenges both mentally and physically. Kluck …

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Best Things to Do for Kids in Houston This Week: December 13-19

Head “Under the Sea” with TUTS ‘production of “The Little Mermaid” | Courtesy of TUTS Put on your nicest vacation clothes and show the kids a fantastic time around Houston with the best kid-friendly things to do in and around Houston from Monday, December 13 through Sunday, December 19, 2021. …

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Harem Marriage Live-Action Series reveals teaser video, new visual and theme song artist E! News UK

HYDE performs the theme song of the series which aired on January 16 from Japan ABC TV channel announced on Sunday that HYDE will perform the theme song “Final Piece” for the adaptation of the live-action series by No‘s harem wedding (Hare Kon.) manga. Staff also revealed a visual for …

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Maryam Esfandi wins the first Grand Prize for Contemporary Iranian Painting

TEHRAN – Maryam Esfandi was selected as the winner of the Grand Prix for Iranian Contemporary Painting in the first edition. She received the award, which was launched by the Association of Iranian Painters, in a ceremony held Friday evening at the Iranian Artists Forum. The prize, 700 million rials …

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2 artists accused of falsifying Native American heritage

SEATTLE (AP) – Two artists face federal charges for tampering with Native American heritage to sell works in galleries in downtown Seattle. Lewis Anthony Rath, 52, of Maple Falls, and Jerry Chris Van Dyke, 67, also known as Jerry Witten, of Seattle, were separately charged with violating Indian Art Law …

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Ravenswood’s new sculpture also serves as a pollinator, bringing eco-diversity to a manufacturing hub

Artists Janet Austin and Emily Moorhead-Wallace want their art to not only grab the attention of residents, but have a functional and environmental purpose. Their latest sculpture also serves as a pollinator, serving the optimal housing needs of native pollinators, solitary bees and other insects. “In the urban environment, educating …

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African artists join the NFT gold rush

When the 30-year-old artist Osinachi was growing up in Aba, a town in southeastern Nigeria, he was obsessed with screens. His father was an early adopter of the Internet and took his son to internet cafes, and evenings were spent playing video games on his Sega Megadrive before he discovered …

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Phil Ponder’s Second Avenue Art Used to “Help the City Heal”

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (WTVF) – In a way, it makes perfect sense for a man like Phil Ponder to have his head in the clouds. Over the past 50 years, he has defined his work of art. “It’s the most recent skyline,” Phil Ponder said, flipping through his designs. “I’m just …

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Karol G tops Vevo 2021’s most watched artist |

December 9, 2021 Vevo, the music video network, has published its year-end annual review of music video audiences. Globally, Karol G tops the list of most viewed artists in 2021, with 3.11 billion views, followed closely by The Weeknd, with 3.10 billion views. In the United States, Lil Baby is …

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The Rijksmuseum will “go to extremes” to acquire a Rembrandt painting

Rijksmuseum director Taco Dibbits “will go to extremes” to acquire Rembrandt’s De Vaandeldrager from 1636 for the Netherlands when the work hits the market. On Tuesday it was announced that the work could be put up for sale after the French government decided not to buy it from its current …

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Trial of the St. Paul’s Bulls – The Minnesota Daily

In Campus Contrived, the latest series from the Minnesota Daily, writers uncover the stories behind underrated works of art and architecture on the Twin Cities campus. David stager The bronze bull sculptures, designed by artist Peter Woytuk, outside Haecker Hall on the St. Paul campus on Monday, December 6. The …

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Betty Boyd obituary (1933 – 2021) – Belen, New Mexico

1933-2021Betty Joe (Scott) Boyd, 88, a resident of Los Lunas, NM, passed away on Friday December 3, 2021, surrounded by her loving family. She was born on July 14, 1933 in Ft Worth, Texas, to William Franklin Scott and Earl Lillian Moore. Betty attended Artesia’s School, White Rock, as well …

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The Most Powerful Women in Entertainment 2021

Oprah Winfrey ranks # 23 overall and # 1 in the media category on the 2021 list of the 100 Most Powerful Women in the World. (Photo by Christopher Polk / Getty Images) Getty Images Nine months ago, on her CBS Primetime special featuring what would be a controversial interview …

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Betsy Bradley review – childish cacophony of color | Paint

TThe act of hunting rainbows is childish. In adulthood, there is little time to gaze longingly out the window, wondering what a beautiful world there is where these sparkling colors touch the ground. Betsy Bradley – the 29-year-old artist from the Midlands who is currently enjoying her first solo exhibition …

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Calling all artists! The visit of the sculptures is open to submissions

EAU CLAIRE, Wisconsin (WEAU) – If you’ve nurtured some creative energy in the midst of the ongoing pandemic, now is the time to act! The Sculpture Tour is looking for artists for next year’s tour, a chance to present the work of talents from here and elsewhere in the streets …

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American Canyon embraces the joy of Christmas with the Magic of the Season Festival | Local news

From a visit from Santa Claus to an offering of Christmas treats to the lighting of a tree, the American Canyon Magic of the Season Festival has become a hub of Christmas cheer on Saturday night. Howard Yune, Record video AMERICAN CANYON – Napa County’s holiday season continued on Saturday …

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Core Dance to lead global Fieldwork program for artists

Courtesy Core Dance Based on Decatur Basic dance has been named the lead organization of the global Fieldwork Network, a program that supports the creative process of choreographers, playwrights, composers, poets, singers and other artistic disciplines. Initiated by New York Field in 1986 by its artist and founder Steve Gross, …

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Paint the city in black and gold

Max Starks had no problem admitting his limitations. The former Steelers offensive lineman and Steelers Radio Network lineman knows football inside and out. But when it comes to his artistic skills, well, let’s just say he doesn’t call himself an artist. “I mean, if we’re going on a scale from …

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Major sculpture exhibition opens at USC Gallery

A large traveling contemporary sculpture exhibition featuring the works of 12 renowned Australian artists is now on display at the University of the Sunshine Coast Art Gallery. The Safe Space exhibition presents a diversity of sculptural materials, techniques and scales and explores different notions of space – abstract or real, …

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With gift from the eyes of her deceased husband, woman encourages organ donation

MONTGOMERY, Alabama (WSFA) – David Smith put his heart into everything he did. Described as an exceptional artist and visionary, David used his creative “eye” to paint murals and create intricate settings for schools and religious productions. “Not only was David a talented artist, but he was a creative genius,” …

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Painting by Romanian Adrian Ghenie sold for $ 7.4 million at Christie’s auction in Hong Kong

The Charles Darwin at the age of 75 painting by Romanian artist Adrian Ghenie sold for HKD 57.85 million (approx. USD 7.4 million) to the Evening sale of 20th / 21st century art: worlds in your hand auction hosted by Christie’s Hong Kong on December 1, News.ro reported. The oil …

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Iridescent: Colorful Sculptures of Camp Costumes by Gerwyn Davies | Sydney Film Festival 2022

MThe impassive portrait of Annie Macgregor, taken circa 1899, hangs on the wall of the living room of Meroogal, a wooden house with Gothic trims her parents owned in Nowra on the south coast of New South Wales. Her “insanely massive” hair in the photograph drew queer artist Gerwyn Davies …

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Fire tax, zoning, park activities on the Middleport program

MIDDLEPORT – Middleport Village recently met in regular session to discuss the Township of Salisbury fire tax, zoning, activities at Dave Diles Park and other agenda items. Council met in ordinary session on November 22 in the village hall under the chairmanship of Mayor Fred Hoffman. In attendance: Board Members …

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The NFT Museum Positioned As The Largest Digital Art Exhibition In The Metaverse

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are on the rise, highlighting the latest innovation in the digital collectibles market. To this new asset class are added several artists, including Mike Winkelmann, a man better known as Beeple. Before the creation of the NFTs, Mike was far from a well-known artist. Today, after selling …

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Lizzo paints her butt for Art Basel Miami

The international art fair Art Basel is taking place in person in Miami again this year. Along with exhibitions by artists from around the world, this year’s event will also feature a special musical performance by none other than Lizzo. To promote her next set this weekend, Lizzo got creative. …

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KISS & KIIT signs a memorandum of understanding with NGMA

“The agreement is the first of its kind in the history of KIIT & KISS,“ said dr. Achyuta Samanta. “The world moves forward through the imagination. Today’s imagination becomes tomorrow’s discovery. Art is imagination translated into reality by the fuel of inspiration. And as universities prioritize development holistically, we are …

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