Monthly Archives: September 2022

Singer Halsey celebrates her 28th birthday with a beautiful painting

Halsey is extremely grateful to have taken another trip around the sun. The “Bad At Love” singer has lived in this world for 28 years, and they just couldn’t hold back the excitement. The American singer who had already spoken of her suicide attempt as a teenager is grateful to …

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BID NOW! Autographed sculpture of Jay Leno and Donald Osborne

This year, as part of their annual fundraising gala, the Audrain Automotive Museum is offering a unique piece of art to celebrate the work that Jay Leno and Donald Osborne have done for the Audrain. This sculpture will be exhibited during the Audrain Newport Concours & Motor Week at the …

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Why Sedona in October is the best time to (backpack) hike

Whether it’s spirituality, heritage sites, or hiking with incredible views, Sedona has etched its name in everything. This oasis in Arizona with red rock mountains and canyons has a plethora of cafes and restaurants, spas, resorts and art galleries, plus some interesting activities such as hot air balloons, bike tours …

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Sip and paint Photos | SOUTH NEWS

Sip and Paint Photos Pictures: Luc Molwitz – Photographer Story: Sarah Shelton – photo editor On Saturday, September 24, the Office of Residence Life’s Weekend Warriors held their first painting event of the semester. Students who attended the event gathered in the Farnham programming space for “Sip & Paint”. According …

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Model of Sacajawea, scholar to speak at U of I Sculpture Dedication

MOSCOW, Idaho — Sacajawea dollar coin model and Shosone-Bannock Tribe member Randy’L Teton will speak at the University of Idaho on Friday, Sept. 30, when the university will dedicate the “Sacagawea” sculpture and John the Baptist”, inspired by her. Teton will speak at a 3 p.m. ceremony at the Tribal …

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Ten artisans from Avery County will exhibit at the Valle Country Fair on October 15 | Community

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Spotlight: Günther Förg’s Experimental Approach to Abstraction Investigated in Munich

Every month hundreds of galleries add newly available works by thousands of artists to the Artnet gallery network – and every week we shine the spotlight on an artist or exhibition you should know about. See what we have in store and inquire for more with just a click. About …

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Winnipeg artist still painting at 90

A Winnipeg painter still shares her passion with others after decades in the field. 90-year-old artist Joyce Anderson just held an art exhibit and auction at her retirement home on Sunday. Her love for art started at a young age. “Dad saw I could do anything, so he bought me …

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Meet Tampa’s Newest Celebrity: A Giant Airport Flamingo

TAMPA – An eye-catching 21-foot flamingo has finally fully landed on its perch at Tampa International Airport, and people are talking. And tweet. And take lots of selfies. As part of Tampa Bay Fashion Week, three local designers were challenged to create artwork inspired by the newly installed flamingo. They …

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The 103rd Annual Genoa Candy Dance is back with regulars, plus many newcomers | Carson City Nevada News

The annual Candy Dance is back for its 103rd year as the shopping and drinking weekend begins! Every year, the Arts and Crafts Fair is held in Genoa, a tradition that began in 1919. Now, after 100 years of operation, regular attendees – and new members – were eager to …

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FARM AID 2022 DEMONSTRATES THE CLIMATE RESILIENCE OF FAMILY FARMERS

The annual festival brings together farmers, advocates and artists working to build a resilient and sustainable food system RALEIGH, North Carolina, September 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Against the backdrop of an urgent climate crisis, Farm Aid 2022 highlighted both the ways family farmers North Carolinathe Southeast and the whole country …

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Kansas City artist canoes down Missouri River and paints

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City artist Steve Snell spent his summer canoeing the entire Missouri River, painting the beautiful landscapes before him using the river for his watercolors. Snell has been an artist for nearly 20 years, drawing inspiration from the history and landscape of where he lives. He …

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British sculptor Nigel Hall brings his sculptures of interlocking ellipses to the user interface

Sculptor Nigel Hall brought his magnificent elliptical sculptures to America and the University of Iowa with the help of former Tippie College of Business dean Gary Fethke and his wife and professor emeritus Carol Fethke. Jordan Tovar An art installation featuring the work of Nigel Hall at the College of …

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Elkton Country Street Fair welcomes young vendors for the first time

The Elkton County Street Fair returns this weekend and, for the first time, will include a children’s vendor section to allow young artisans, bakers and artists to sell their wares to their community. Young Vendors will be available from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday during the fair and will …

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At Vermont Chalky Paint, Radio DJ Offers Non-Toxic Products and DIY Classes | Household items and decoration | Seven days

Click to enlarge When Sarah Spencer asks her wine-sipping customers at Vermont Chalky Paint to “show off your jugs,” she’s not being sassy or inappropriate. She just wants to see how their latest home improvement projects are going. Spencer, who regularly hosts Show Your Jugs Paint ‘n’ Sip …

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DUNKIRK: The sculpture awaits more protection | News, Sports, Jobs

The arrival of sculptor Peter Toth in Dunkirk was celebrated and welcomed by many in 2014. He came on a mission that was equally welcome: to refurbish the Whispering Giant creation that had been battered by western winters from New York. During this summer, Toth became part of …

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The annual fair in Argyle Park attracts thousands

It was a spectacular day for the annual fair at Argyle Park. Thousands of people gathered at 244 West Main Street in Babylon Village on Sunday for one of Long Island’s largest arts and crafts fairs. From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., attendees shopped among more than 300 vendors stationed …

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Local Baking Artist Brings Terrifying Talent To Food Network’s ‘Halloween Baking Championship’

San Antonio-based baking artist Justin Dominguez has none of those childhood memories where he watched his mom bake cookies on Christmas morning, then asked for a mixing bowl and rolling pin for his birthday the following year. He said he came from a family of great cooks, but baking was …

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Walk-in DCA class encourages artistic expression – The News Herald

Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced artist, Wyandotte’s Downriver Council for the Arts offers feedback and friendship during drop-in painting and drawing sessions with local artist Bruce Tims. Tims holds walk-in sessions from 1-3 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. Tuesdays at the DCA at the James R. DeSana Center for …

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The Humboldt Forum in Berlin will return bronze sculptures from Benin to Africa

Dozens of bronze sculptures from Benin are on display for the last time in the new Humboldt Museum in Berlin before being repatriated to Nigeria. Taken during the colonial era from the African Kingdom of Benin, this decision is part of the country’s gradual consideration of the crimes committed by …

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What to do: Sunday, September 18

BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) – Let’s see what to do this Sunday, September 18! Today, the Japan-America Society of Vermont is hosting Matsuri 2022, a Japanese cultural festival of arts, crafts, music, and food. At Tuttle Middle School in South Burlington, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., there will be a …

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Obituary: Margaret Cassens | The Independent Green

Marguerite Cassens 1933 – 2022 Longtime resident of Cottonwood, Arizona, Margaret Cassens (Peot) died in late August 2022. Margaret was born on a snowy day in January 1933, at the family ranch in Washtucna, Washington. She was the third child of six children born to Catherine Peot (Harder) and Leo …

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[Visual History of Korea] ]”Sehando”, painting of a scholar

[Visual History of Korea] ]”Sehando”, painting of a scholar

Chusa Kim Jeonng-hui’s painting Sehando on display at the National Museum of Korea in Seoul. Photo © Hyungwon Kang Evergreen trees, pines, and cypresses symbolize unyielding principles and faithful devotion in Korean culture. Korea’s most famous painting of pines and cypresses is called Sehando, which literally means “ancient frozen painting”. …

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Virginia Clay Festival offers two days of pottery, sculpture, music and more | Arts

The sixth annual Virginia Clay Festival invites visitors to savor all things clay from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday in the cafeteria and common building at William Monroe High School in Stanardsville . Look for 32 potters, sculptors, jewelers, and other clay artists from across Virginia, plus …

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” We are pleased ! » Gentilly Fest will return to Pontchartrain Park in October with three music stages | Louisiana Festivals

Gentilly Fest returns to Pontchartrain Park with three days of music, art and food October 7-9 on three stages. The free festival runs from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Friday and 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the playground at Press and Prentiss drives in New Orleans. …

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Artist and TV creator featured in September 21 conference | Nebraska today

Artist and TV creator Ric Heitzman will present the next Hixson-Lied Guest Artist Talk at 5:30 p.m. on September 21 at Richards Hall, Room 15. The conference is free and open to the public. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln School of Art, Art History and Design’s Hixson-Lied Visiting Artist and Scholar …

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Valentino unveils pink PP activations in major cities around the world

Valentino invades the world’s major cities by injecting its official Pink PP color into a series of installations. For its Fall/Winter 2022 collection, the Italian brand led by Pier Paolo Piccioli, shocked the world with an all-pink showcase. The color, now better known as Valentino Pink PP, will be introduced …

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Ringo Starr sculpture arrives at the falls

September 14 – One of two Peace & Love sculptures by Ringo Starr will be placed in Niagara Falls. Peace & Love sculptures will be erected next year on Old Falls Street in Niagara Falls and Buffalo’s Outer Harbor. Negotiations are being finalized to secure specific permanent locations. The original …

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Owasso Craftsman Blesses Others with Heartfelt Handicrafts and Textiles | New

Owasso Reporter Editor-in-Chief Art Haddaway Jo Potter often works hard in her home, interweaving different fabrics and materials into heartfelt designs. The long-time Owasso artisan uses everything from needlework and cross-stitch, to embroidery and crochet, to crafting quilts, scarves, towels, baby blankets, and more. “It’s relaxing,” Potter said. “I just …

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Lakeshore leaders are part of the ArtPrize Leadership on Canvas 2022 exhibition

Steve Rusticus, chief operating officer of Gateway Mission, says he’s learned a lot about leadership over the years, both as a pastor and in leadership positions in the industry. Formerly Holland Rescue Mission, Gateway Mission is dedicated to working with homeless people and addicts in Ottawa and Allegan counties. The …

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Banned decades ago, lead paint still causes poisoning – NBC Connecticut

Lead-based paint was banned from use in residences in 1978. Yet many cities in Connecticut still see cases of lead poisoning linked to it, and many of those cases are in children. As required by state law, children must be screened for lead poisoning twice before age 36 months. Any …

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A wind sculpture has just been erected in Stockholm in honor of Avicii – News

A new sculpture dedicated to EDM star Avicii has been unveiled in his hometown of Stockholm. The abstract sculpture consists of looping strands – meant to represent the many lives that Avicii, real name Tim Bergling, has touched with music. The wind-activated sculpture by Adele Essle Zeiss and Liva Isakson …

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Jim Disney art, music, chocolate festival, Latin (Hispanic) Heritage Month celebration, holistic fair and more – Loveland Reporter-Herald

Upcoming weekend Loveland events include the opening of art exhibits honoring the late Jim Disney, new music from the Loveland Choral Society and the Loveland Orchestra, a chocolate festival, a Latin (Hispanic) Heritage Month celebration, holistic fair and more. “James Disney: Legacy” Two exhibits, ‘James Disney: Legacy’, featuring the works …

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The Rise and Fall of a Virtual Rapper Reignites Old Questions About Art – With a New Twist :: WRAL.com

By Harmeet Kaur, CNN CNN — At first glance, the FN Meka saga seemed like a cautionary tale about the pitfalls of AI-powered music. The digital avatar of a black man with green braids, face tattoos and a sound reminiscent of 6ix9ine was billed as an “AI-powered rapping robot”. Although …

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The artist creates a magical Yu-Gi-Oh! Paint

An amazing piece of Yu Gi Oh! the fan art pays homage to three of the series’ most recognizable monsters in a seemingly magical way. An amazing painting using a lenticular effect was created by Reddit user Wizyakuza. Depending on how a person looks at the image, they will see …

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Long Island artist heartbroken after metal sculpture stolen from art exhibit

Patchogue, NY — A large sculpture was stolen from a Long Island art exhibitdisappointing the artist, who tells CBS2 that his work was supposed to teach a lesson in benevolence. Instead, it was probably swept up like scrap. The large metal sculpture, named “Kuleana” for the Hawaiian word meaning responsibility, …

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Nyasha aims for craft growth

the herald Reginald Chirenje Youth Interactive Writer Arts and crafts are an integral part of the culture of any society. It is especially important for children and has special significance in parenthood. Arts and crafts help develop appreciation for visual aesthetics and function as building blocks for children’s development. It …

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Incarcerated youth ‘fight back’ with Catskill art exhibit

It’s one of the few bright spots in an otherwise bleak environment, according to Maggie Hazen, founder of the Columbia Collective, a media arts group of incarcerated female and transgender artists named after the former Columbia Secure Center. for Girls, which closed abruptly last year along with three other juvenile …

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Orillia artist shares fond memories of painting and meeting the Queen

“It’s kind of a sigh of relief and a sense of gratitude for the life she’s lived and the service she’s given to the world,” says the local artist of Queen’s passing. World-renowned artist Charles Pachter believes, in a way, he owes his career to Queen Elizabeth II. The 79-year-old …

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NIGHT LIGHTS at Griffis Sculpture Park

Looking for a new WNY nightlife adventure? Look no further than Griffis Sculpture Park, which is gearing up for the 10th anniversary of its annual Night Lights event. Night Lights is an even more spectacular way to view the many impressive works of art, including 250 large-scale sculptures on the …

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The Smyrna Crafts and Drafts Festival is October 29-30

September 7—The Smyrna Crafts and Drafts Festival, presented by Superior Plumbing, is held October 29-30 at The Village Green, 1282 Village Green Circle in Smyrna. The festival, formerly known as Fall Jonquil Festival, features over 150 arts and crafts stalls, a variety of food stalls, an entertainment stage, a children’s …

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National non-profit organization Little Kids Rock adopts new branding with the aim of reaching one million more children over the next five years

–Major artists lend their support by responding to what the music will do– MONTCLAIR, NJ, September 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Little Kids Rock, America’s largest public school nonprofit music program, today unveiled a bold new brand, Music Will, featuring support from artists in a wide variety of genres. , from …

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Moonbreaker is a super chill miniature painting simulator (and a strategy game too, I guess)

If you’re like me, you’ll have lost a few friends to miniature painting. It’s subtle at first. Some photos on social networks. “Hey, that’s fun!” Then you know they created an Instagram account specifically to post close-up photos of all the little knights and goblins they painstakingly painted. I get …

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In pictures: A painting exhibition at the New Orleans Museum of Art reveals an unsung side of artist Louise Bourgeois

The New Orleans Museum of Art already has a monument Spider by the famous sculptor Louis Bourgeois. Now, from September 9, the museum will also present “Louise Bourgeois: Paintings”, the first exhibition of 40 old paintings, sculptures and photos that aims to give her practice an unprecedented context. The museum …

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September 8 Vallejo/Vacaville Arts and entertainment Source: Activities – Times-Herald

September 8: Literacy Awareness Night, 5:30 p.m., Nut Tree Plaza, Vacaville. Dial (707) 474-4710. September 8: Literacy Awareness Night, 5:30 p.m., Nut Tree Plaza, Vacaville. Dial (707) 474-4710. September 9: 2nd Friday Art Walk, 5 p.m., Downtown Vallejo, Georgia and Marin Streets, Vallejo. September 10: Community Coffee Tasting, 9 a.m., …

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Classic entertainment trends that have disappeared thanks to streaming

Lower payments for musical artists Music Awards on August 28, 2022.”/> Taylor Swift at the MTV Video Music Awards on August 28, 2022. Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images It’s no secret that many musical artists aren’t Spotify’s biggest fans. Taylor Swift ripped her entire catalog from the music streamer. David Byrne wrote …

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Lexington woman raises awareness of ovarian cancer by painting town teal

According to the CDC, the disease is the second most common gynecological cancer in the United States. LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) – September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. According to the CDC, the disease is the second most common gynecological cancer in the United States. Each year a cancer survivor helps …

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Find Novera in the works of contemporary female artists

Noverar Khoje is a group art exhibition showcasing the works of 16 Bangladeshi female artists September 04, 2022, 10:25 a.m. Last modification: September 04, 2022, 10:42 a.m. Sculpture by Farzana Islam. Photo: Saqlain Rizvi “> Sculpture by Farzana Islam. Photo: Saqlain Rizvi At a time when society bound women to …

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Chautauqua in the Park in Chillicothe is set to start next Saturday

Missouri and Midwestern vendors will have more than 100 booth spaces at this year’s Chautauqua in the Park in Chillicothe next week. The Chillicothe Region Chamber of Commerce and the Chillicothe Region Arts Council are sponsoring the event at Simpson Park on September 10e and 11e. Hedrick Medical Center presents …

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AI won an art contest and the artists are furious

By Rachel Metz, CNN Business Jason M. Allen was almost too nervous to enter his first art contest. Now his award-winning image is sparking controversy over whether art can be computer generated and what exactly it means to be an artist. In August, Allen, a game designer who lives in …

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From many parts, one painting

In the American galleries of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, there is a corner room devoted to mostly small still lifes by painters such as Raphaelle Peale, Joseph Decker, John F. Peto. The collection also includes works by Martin Johnson Heade and William M. Harnett hung in adjacent …

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world record set in Mackinaw City, Michigan

Mackinaw City, Michigan, United States–A huge spray foam sculpture of a sausage with fixin’s in a bun, created by the artist Ron Berman (from Berman Studios in Palmetto, Florida), and located atop a restaurant called Wienerlicious in Mackinaw City, Michigan, USA, is 63 feet long, 15 feet, 2 inches high, …

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Join the Shady Pines Chamber Players at Cloudcroft | Culture & Leisure

Cloud Croft September 2-7 Shady Pines Chamber Players Free Concert Join the Shady Pines Chamber Players as they celebrate their 10th anniversary with a daily Garden Walk Concert at Shady Pines, 200 Fox Ave., across from Wren Place. The event is free; however, donations are encouraged. For more information, visit …

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Astronomers build the first-ever 3D view of the star-planet binary system

It all started with a bang. Some 20 light-years from Earth, which is pretty close on a cosmic scale, scientists noticed a star behaving a bit oddly. Something almost imperceptibly small seemed to tug at it, forcing it to “wobble” in its stellar neighborhood, as astronomers would whimsically put it. …

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