Spirit of Portsmouth NH KC-46A gets a Patriot News paint job

Senior Staff Sgt. Timothy Huffman After nearly three weeks in Alaska, the Spirit of Portsmouth, one of 12 KC-46A jets assigned to the 157th Air Refueling Wing at Pease Air National Guard Base, returned home with a patriotic new look, just in time for the Fourth of July. The Pegasus …

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‘Calhoun Street comeback’: Nonprofit announces plans to invest in South Side

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) — A local nonprofit unveiled a sculpture Friday on the south side of Fort Wayne as a physical mark of their plans to lead an “economic comeback” in the area. With over 200 attendees, Blue Jacket, Inc. dedicated the sculpture of Chief Blue Jacket, recognizing his …

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Events in Northern California July 15-17, including CA State Fair

The California State Fair kicks off for its first weekend since the pandemic began. But that’s not the only thing happening in Northern California this weekend. Here is a list of events happening in the area. | RELATED | Here are free or low-cost activities to do in Northern California …

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A giant painting of a Dala horse appears on building M in Minot

MINOT, ND (KMOT) – If you were passing through Minot on Thursday, you probably noticed a major addition to the downtown M building. A giant painting of a Dala horse has appeared on the west side of the building, with the Norsk Høstfest website below. Dala horses are symbols of …

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Jimmy Gentry, “icon” of the late Franklin, will be honored with a sculpture | Franklin homepage

The City of Franklin will soon honor Franklin resident Jimmy Gentry with a statue in remembrance of his national and community service and the sacrifice of all Franklin veterans during World War II. The item was discussed at the Franklin Council of Mayors and Aldermen’s business session on Tuesday, with …

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Queen Lili’uokalani Outrigger Canoe Races Return in September

Courtesy picture The largest long-distance canoe race in the world will once again welcome paddlers from around the world on the Big Island. After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Queen Lili’uokalani Outrigger Canoe Races returns Sept. 1-5 in Kona, with the event’s 18-mile long-distance race scheduled …

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Court battles by artist Peter Max are a clash between the children of Holocaust survivors

(New York Jewish Week) – The latest chapter in the surreal saga about who makes the decisions for elderly pop artist Peter Max pits two children of Holocaust survivors against each other. One is Libra Max, the daughter of Peter Max. The other is Barbara Lissner, an attorney who represents …

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Bonnie Lautenberg combines films and paintings at the Boca Museum

Bonnie Lautenberg combines the work of filmmakers and painters for an exceptional exhibition, Art meets Hollywood, at the Boca Raton Museum of Art. Lautenberg’s digital collage exhibit is on view through August 21 at this South Florida location. Esteemed creator Lautenberg brings together 28 side-by-side scenes from notable movies and …

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13ft Sculpture Newest Addition to Souris Peacock Flock – DiscoverWestman.com

The town of Souris has added a new work of art to Victoria Park. A 13.5-foot-tall metal peacock is the newest addition to the city‘s iconic peacock flock. Committee member Leona Perkin says the idea was inspired by a local Souris resident who was visiting Chilliwack, British Columbia, and brought …

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Deadline fast approaching for pre-registration for Schuylkill County Fair exhibits

Registration deadlines are fast approaching for the Schuylkill County Fair. July 22 is the pre-registration deadline for general exhibitions. This deadline is for exhibitors interested in submitting items for general exhibits. General exhibits consist of items like fruits, vegetables, flowers, and grains. This same timeframe is used for items like …

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Lea Michele to replace Beanie Feldstein in ‘Funny Girl’

By Scottie Andrew, CNN Broadway’s Next “Funny Girl” will be Lea Michele, who replaces Beanie Feldstein after the “Booksmart” star announced she would be leaving the show earlier than expected. The production revealed On Monday the “Glee” star would succeed Feldstein, whose run ends July 31, in the lead role …

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The work of a dog from Mass. to raise funds for the Alzheimer’s Association

JENNA. RONDELLA. OKAY KINDNESS ALERT. YOU ARE READY TO SMILE. THERE’S A UNIQUE AND LOVELY ARTIST BEHIND SOME LOCAL ARTWORK AND IT’S ALL TO SUPPORT A GOOD CAUSE ALSO MEET JACKSON THE THREE-YEAR-OLD PUPPY HAS PAINTED AS IT TURNS OUT AND YOU CAN SEE HIM IN ACTION AT THE SPRING …

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Abuse during care: Survivor tells story of sexual abuse through sculpture to find freedom

People with disabilities experience higher rates of violence than people without disabilities. For the first time, a statement is given through art to the Abuse in Care – Royal Commission into Institutional Care for People with Disabilities, the Deaf and Mental Health. The hearing runs from July 11 to July …

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Kat Kinnick is inspired by her childhood in the high desert

“The Hunt”, Kat Kinnick, katsura blue gouache on paper, 6 × 4¼ inches. (Courtesy of Hecho Gallery) Los Ranchos-born Kat Kinnick grew up surrounded by a menagerie of animals – dogs, cats, guinea pigs, hamsters, goats, sheep and a horse. The playfulness and sense of fantasy of this childhood in …

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The Weeknd postpones Toronto tour halt due to national network outage

The Weeknd has postponed the opening show of his stadium tour to 2022. The Grammy-winning artist was set to kick off the opening Friday night at the Roger Centre, the largest venue in his hometown of Toronto; but shortly before the Weeknd took the stage, Roger Center announced that they …

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Ribbon cutting – Third rib painting | Company

The Bay Blazers and Rockport-Fulton Chamber of Commerce (RFCC) staff were recently joined by guests to celebrate a ribbon cutting for Third Coast Painting. Third Coast Painting specializes in high end residential painting and is a local business with over 12 years experience in the painting industry. Jonathon Huerta began …

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Uproar as Philadelphia excludes black artists from commissioning process for statue of abolitionist Harriet Tubman

A statue of Harriet Tubman commissioned by the City of Philadelphia aims to celebrate underrepresented stories in public spaces and help Philadelphians connect with one another. But the project is instead dividing residents, drawing critics who say the selection process was unfair because it was never open to submissions from …

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The 10 best gastronomic discoveries from July 7 to 13

After the Independence Day festivities, we approach the summer blues that come with it. Luckily, DFW has plenty of events to chase away the blues, and we have a wide variety of events to fill your weekend. From fishing festivals and block parties to brewery events, here are 10 gourmet …

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Hey, ‘Australian Idol’ – it’s a different world than the one you left

“Australian Idol” is back, but something is wrong. Here, Dr. Brendan Magee looks at the return of the iconic show and the resulting discontent in a music industry that is currently reflecting on its culture and trying to address a range of behaviors within the industry. It has been widely …

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Pregnancy clinic in Hialeah vandalized with spray paint – NBC 6 South Florida

An anti-abortion pregnancy clinic for women in the city of Hialeah was found vandalized with spray paint early Sunday morning The Pregnancy Support Medical Clinic on W. 49th Street was found with the words “If abortions aren’t safe, the[n] neither are you spray painted on the building on Tuesday. Another …

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Sheryl Crow brought nostalgia and newness to Frederik Meijer’s gardens and sculpture park

Opening Sheryl Crow on July 3, Allison Russell performed with a joy that, given her debut, seemed to me to be nothing short of triumphant. Placed in foster care by a mother suffering from schizophrenia and postpartum depression, Russell was later returned to her. When she was five, her adoptive …

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APAC, Europe & America Application Arts and Crafts Retail Market Share will grow at XX% CAGR to 2026

A new informative report titled “ Arts & Crafts Retail Market Size 2020 by Key Players, Types, Applications, forecast to 2026” has recently been to its humongous database which helps to shape the future of the businesses by making well-informed business decisions. It offers a comprehensive analysis …

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Dior makes folklore in Parisian couture on the theme of Ukraine

PARIS (AP) — Images of traditional embroidery and floral paintings adorned the walls of Dior’s celebrity-laden runway tribute to Ukraine as the four-day Paris Couture Week kicked off Monday. The set, by Ukrainian artist Olesia Trofymenko, was the starting point for designer Maria Grazia Chiuri, who returned this season to …

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🌱Three Village Daily: TVHS lecture series + shell painting at the ECML

Good morning everyone. It’s me, Debora Whitehead, your Three Village Daily host – back in your inbox with all the things to print on what’s happening in town these days. Keep scrolling for the scoop… First, today’s weather forecast: Quite sunny. High: 82 Low: 67. Here are today’s top 4 …

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Commentary: As Roe vs. Wade is toppled, a dark 1962 sculpture takes on tragic new relevance

In 1962, when Edward Kienholz made “The Illegal Operation,” the sculpture gave intense visual form to an experience that many were familiar with, but which remained deeply in the shadow of culture. Abortion was a crime, and the miserable back alley procedure the entertainer watched his wife endure was fresh …

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Lafayette doctor uses oyster shells to create art

LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) – Dr. Julie Broussard works 60 hours some weeks, returning to the hospital at night or on weekends when on call, but other times she can be found in a back -room of his house, listening to sing and paint oyster shells. “I’m going to work a …

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UFC 276 start time – Israel Adesanya vs. Jared Cannonier: Live stream, fight card, PPV awards, prelims, TV

Getty Images Two of the UFC’s most dominant champions are in action on Saturday when Israel Adesanya and Alexander Volkanovski defend their world titles in featured bouts at UFC 276. Adesanya will defend his middleweight title against top contender Jared Cannonier. Adesanya holds an undefeated record at middleweight while Cannonier …

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Sculpture and painting to mark the event of the 3rd Friday of Noyes | neighborhood supplement

BY CHERIE MINER for Quartier Extra The Noyes Art Gallery, 119 S. Ninth St., will host an event featuring eight Noyes artists on Friday, July 15, from 9:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. The show features different styles of painting and sculpture, as well as woodworking. The gallery will live stream …

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City of Galveston Unveils McGuire Dent Sculpture at Recreation Center | Local News

An 8-foot 3D sculpture honoring Jessie McGuire Dent, an African-American educator and community activist from Galveston, was presented to the city on Friday at the recreation center — 2222 28th St. — named after her and her father. Artist Danny Asberry El, president of Solel International, a Houston-based organization that …

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Two new evocative sculptures by David Breuer-Weil are on display in London – see photos here

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. What …

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Watch: The Best Chrissy Teigen ‘Body Paint’ Swimsuit Pics

Almost two months ago to the day, the 2022 issue of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit hit newsstands around the world. A big part that was missing from filming this year was the “body paint” section. Over the past few years, models like Kate Upton and athletes like Lindsey Vonn have graced …

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Rodin’s ‘The Thinker’ sculpture auctioned in Paris

Sharjah24 – Reuters: French sculptor Auguste Rodin’s iconic ‘The Thinker’ will go up for auction in Paris on Thursday 30 June. The bronze cast, created around 1928 and belonging to a private collection in Paris, is expected to fetch between 9 and 14 million euros (9.5 to 14.8 million US …

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Main Event, holiday bands to play

February 20, 2022 The annual Tommy Jarrell Celebration – to commemorate the life and music of the influential local musician, is scheduled for February 24-24. 26 at the Historic Earle Theater in Mount Airy. The celebration includes concerts, a competition for young people, workshops and a film screening. The popular …

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Art and activism go hand in hand for Tom Young

For years, British artist Tom Young has lived and worked in Lebanon, exploring the country’s rich history in his works. The painter has recently turned to capture the multiple crises Lebanon has experienced, from scenes of the October 2019 protests to the aftermath of the 2020 port explosion. A recent …

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Mountain Brook Leadership Class Honors Suzan Doidge with Bench and Paint

Suzan Doidge, executive director of the Mountain Brook Chamber of Commerce, announced this spring that she will be retiring at the end of September. “After 14 years, it’s time,” Doidge told Village Living in March. And students at Mountain Brook High School in the 2021-22 Mountain Brook Leadership Class — …

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Jin Hee Jun’s Uplifting Clay Sculptures Emphasize Diversity

Creating his latest ceramic sculptures gave Jin Hee Jun a sense of hope during the pandemic. “I could walk through the long tunnel to normal,” she says. Feeling in harmony with them made her happy. The sculptures are on display in Mind, an uplifting exhibition at the Carnegie Gallery. Jun …

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Celebrate Door County’s 4th of July lineup

When it comes to celebrating the 4th of July, you won’t find a more festive group than Door County Communities. Across the peninsula, the holidays – and the days before and after them – are packed with festivities, entertainment and, of course, fireworks. maple wood Start your 4th of July …

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Pokémon Scarlet and Violet Starter evolution predictions, illustrated by a professional artist

Image: Nintendo Life A new generation of Pokémon is on the horizon, and with it comes speculation and anticipation as rampant as a horde of Tauros. Meanwhile, a new generation’s Starter Pokemon take center stage, especially their final forms. With Pokémon Scarlet and Violet releasing November 18, fans are already …

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‘Paint the Street’ event adds color to downtown Springfield, Illinois

After two years, the Springfield Art Association’s “Paint the Street” event returned to downtown on Saturday, with professional and amateur painters grabbing brushes and doing some art on the streets of downtown. Started in 2013 as a way to raise money to improve SAA’s studios on Fourth Street and expand …

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Area 27 celebrates the installation of an entrance sculpture, which shares a special story for the track – Penticton News

Photo: Casey Richardson In addition to the official opening of the Area 27 Kartplex on Thursday, owners and members celebrated the installation of a locally made steel eagle sculpture at the entrance. Area 27 chairman Bill Drossos said that since the motorsports park project began, he, along with Osoyoos Indian …

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Valley Arts Council Announces First Valley Fridays

Fifteen venues plan to participate in the Valley Arts Council‘s First Fridays in the Valley program on July 1 in Harrisonburg. Venues hosting art events on July 1 (5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., unless otherwise specified): Arts Incarnate (75 N Mason St) invites you to a Double Gallery Vernissage from …

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11 Amazing Elvis Covers, From Frank Sinatra to Kacey Musgraves

Television series about musicians and the music industry are almost as old as television. The first season of network television aired in the United States seven decades ago, and within a few years, musicians had played a pivotal role in the story. When “I Love Lucy” debuted in 1951, Lucille …

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Libertyville Artist Celebrates 25 Years of Painting – Shaw Local

LIBERTYVILLE – Local artist John Kirkpatrick Jr. of Libertyville always knew that art would play an important role in his life. But it wasn’t until his late twenties that he realized he wanted to fully pursue a career as a painter. “I wanted to be happier. … I wanted to …

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Sentimental Van Gogh sculpture stolen from Dog Island residence

A significant and personal work of art has gone missing from a remote home on Dog Island in Franklin County. The sculpture is a 30 inch high and 20 inch wide bronze bust of Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh. It weighs between 60 and 80 pounds, which makes the theft …

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Downtown Los Banos Association to Light Up the Sky for July 2 Independence Day Celebration – Los Banos Enterprise

With the largest fireworks show in the county! The Los Banos Downtown Association is proud to present the 2nd Annual 4th of July Celebration on Saturday, July 2, 2022, beginning at 1:00 p.m. at Henry Miller Plaza located at 600 H Street in downtown Los Banos. The event includes carnival …

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Oakmont Council Approves Painting of Lines to Improve Pedestrian and Driver Safety

Oakmont officials plan to repaint various intersections to improve pedestrian safety. Parking Lot Paving Co., based in Bethel Park, has been awarded a $47,100 contract to perform line tracing along Hulton Road, from the bridge to Allegheny Avenue, and from Allegheny to College Avenue. Pedestrian crossings, intersections and all but …

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Here are some art classes offered in the Orlando area

ORLANDO, FL – Whether you want to learn a new skill or take home a new piece of art, these activities are all great fun. Here are some studios and workshops in the Orlando area where you can put your skills to the test. [TRENDING: Freak fishing accident: Boy airlifted …

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Letter: The fair is back | Opinion

Did you know: The Curry County Fair is back! From July 27-30, you can experience carnival rides, food stalls, entertainment, a parade, 4-H animals, and amazing exhibits. There will be some for everyone. There are several new and exciting categories for exhibitors – adults and juniors. You will find all …

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‘Milwaukee’s Biggest Gig’ Exhibit Celebrates Summerfest, Bob Babisch

Summerfest kicks off this week, and this year there’s a new memorabilia exhibit dedicated to the Big Gig. The Milwaukee Artist Resource Network in the Third Ward has memorabilia from different artists over the years, and a special tribute to Bob Babisch, who is stepping down as Vice President of …

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Chinese Calligraphy and Painting Challenge Calls for Entries Worldwide

The Chinese Bridge Chinese Proficiency Competition – Calligraphy and Painting Challenge 2022 is calling for applications from Chinese language lovers around the world. The challenge provides a chance for Chinese language enthusiasts around the world to meet new friends, show off their artistic talents and deepen their understanding of traditional …

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Midtown Cafe buys sculptures from local artist

Local artist John Henley made Sunrise to Sunset for Midtown Cafe. This is one of two works by Henley that the cafe has installed along their west wall.Kyle McCabe/Sky-Hi News Agate Avenue received a new splash of color on June 10. The Midtown Cafe has installed two sculptures by local …

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Immersion in art student by student, step by step | Education

With every joyful step in her bright purple boots, the tiny Timber Skeen soared in her eagerness to take part in a very special event at the Prescott School District earlier this month. Like his classmates, the preschooler wore a brown T-shirt, his group being just one of many, dressed …

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Ellen Baranowski | Obituaries | news-gazette.com

URBANA – Ellen Baranowski, exceptional teacher, incredible artist and nature lover, died Saturday, February 19, 2022, at her home in Urbana. Ellen was born October 18, 1956 in Oak Park, the daughter of George and Irene Betlinski Baranowski. She will be sadly missed by her father, George (Irene — deceased); …

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5 ways to use up leftover paint that don’t involve wall painting (you’re welcome)

Chances are you have a treasure trove of leftover paint cans somewhere – the blue from your powder room, the yellow from your nursery – and they’re probably gathering dust. We’re here to save your spare parts (and your wallet). Rather than picking up a new box every time a …

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Four new sculptures added to Benson Sculpture Garden during Friday’s installation – Loveland Reporter-Herald

Four new works of art were installed on the north and south sides of the Benson Sculpture Garden in Loveland throughout the day Friday. Larry Braun, left, and Jade Windell, right, stare at a sculpture titled “Open Window Monument” by artist Ted Schaal as Doug Donahue, center, rides the elevator …

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Citizen Tribeca | Seen & Heard: New office for our board member

Seen & Heard: New office for our board member June 17, 2022 • Arts & Culture, Community News, Kids, Restaurant/Bar News MARTE OPENS OFFICE IN EAST BROADWAYNew council member Christopher Marte has gone old school and opened a real council office at 65 East Broadway (Catherine and Market) in Chinatown. …

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Homeowner Tips: Painting expert on why you shouldn’t paint the exterior of the house ‘white or tan’

Summer is the perfect time to repaint your home’s exterior, especially when the sun shows just how faded and dirty a property’s exterior can be. Express.co.uk spoke to Emperor Paint’s Jack Reading about the best color for a house exterior and how to paint meter-high exterior walls. As for trend …

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A sculpture stolen from a Tuscan chapel has been missing for more than a century. Italian authorities say it’s in Cleveland

For decades, the whereabouts of a sculpture stolen from a Tuscan chapel remained unknown. Turns out the piece may have been hiding in the Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA) most of the time. This is at least the assertion of a group of nine Italian senators during a July 2020 …

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Paradise Leisure Center to host ‘Slice of Summer’ to kick off Father’s Day weekend

Clark County Commission Chairman Jim Gibson will host “A Slice of Summer” on Friday, June 17, of 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Paradise Recreation Center, located at 4775 McLeod Drive near Tropicana Ave. This free event kicks off Father’s Day weekend with free Abuela Tacos food for the …

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Watch Monet’s paintings come to life in a new immersive art exhibit

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – Honolulu’s newest art experience, “Beyond Monet: The Immersive Experience,” lets visitors of all ages step into more than 400 images of Claude Monet’s paintings. The French Impressionist was best known for his colorful brushstrokes, depicting natural wonders such as flowers, water, trees, and the changing seasons. With …

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In pictures: See the best of Art Basel Unlimited 2022, from a painting made from hardware store finds to a sculpture turned into a shipping container

Art Basel, which opens to the public this week, is one of the biggest art market moments of the year. But it’s Unlimited, Art Basel’s distinctive platform for large-scale projects, that places special emphasis on big. This year, Messeplatz hosts 70 large-scale works of art ranging from a hanging sculpture …

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E ! The entertainment founder is shaking up self-storage

StorageBlue is heading to Ironbound in Newark, settling on Ferry Street at the more than 1 million square foot former site of the Ballantine Beer Brewery. Scheduled to open in five to six months, the 90,000-square-foot location will be the brand’s second in the city — it has 15 in …

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“I am amazed”: a 101-year-old Dutch woman finds a painting looted by the Nazis | UK News

A 101-year-old Dutch woman found a painting that had been looted from her father by the Nazis during World War II, but she decided to sell it through Sotheby’s in London so her family could benefit from the process. Charlotte Bischoff van Heemskerck, a non-practicing Baptist who joined the Dutch …

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The Burntwood sculpture series is a step in advancing Gujral’s legacy

To commemorate Satish Gujral’s mammoth contribution, his wife Kiran Gujral and daughter Raseel Gujral Ansal have launched an initiative to advance his artistic vision and honor his legacy. Painter, sculptor, muralist, architect, poet, writer, Satish Gujral was truly a Renaissance man. Few artists have influenced the imagination of a country …

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Spotlight: German artist Christa Filser uses collage-inspired techniques to create productive chaos

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 you should know. See what we have in store and inquire for more with just a click. About the artist: Christa …

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The circuitous path of the LA Pilgrim Painter

Davide Piubeni, LA street artist, was born in Sarezzo, Brescia, near Milan in northern Italy, and graduated from the Accademia delle Belle Arti Brera in Milan. He is now 52 and lives in Culver City with his wife and children. But with the soul of a pilgrim, he took a …

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A studio visit with Jillian Conrad

HOUSTON — Donald Judd, as a student of art history and philosophy at Columbia University, didn’t call himself a sculptor. He liked to say that he was a maker of specific objects. An inadvertent innovator and trendsetter, he used prefabricated materials to produce box-like forms built by others, giving rise …

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Action Tank is accepting applications for NKY’s City Council Bootcamp; application deadline June 29

City Council Bootcamp, a free, nonpartisan, arts-focused program for engaged members of the community who want to become better local policymakers, as advocates or legislators, is now accepting applications. This year’s Bootcamp will run from September 2022 to March 2023 and will give students the opportunity to network with other …

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Roll and Paint: Best Friend Festival Avoids Rain for Kids’ Fun | Culture & Leisure

NORTON – Rain didn’t stop kids on Tuesday afternoon from having fun at the Norton Best Friend Festival, as youngsters enjoyed the festival’s Bike Rodeo at the Norton Expo Center and learned about bike safety from the Norton Police Department and City Sheriff’s Office. Ballad Health staff at Niswonger Children’s …

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Volodymyr Zelensky honored with sand sculpture in Estonia

A small Estonian resort, Tõrva, located in Valga County in southern Estonia, has built a sand sculpture in honor of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. The sculpture depicts Zelensky as part of the Statue of Liberty. The sculpture was designed by Latvian sculptor Agnese Rudzite Kirillova and erected in collaboration with …

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Sunrise Festival Of The Arts, Sydney, scheduled for June 18

The 31st Annual Sidney Sunrise Arts Festival will take place Saturday, June 18 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in downtown Sidney. Arts and crafts enthusiasts from miles around are welcome. This year’s featured artists are a husband and wife team, Alton and Ruthann Hillesland, as Hillesland Barn Quilts and …

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Johanna Mirabel wins the Ritzau Art Prize 2022 – Announcements

The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) and 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair are pleased to announce the winner of the Ritzau Art Prize 2022, Johanna Mirabel (b. 1991), a painter and sculptor whose work explores contradictions and the complexities of cultural identity. The Ritzau Art Prize provides global exposure, …

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Painting by Francesco Zahra de Qormi restored and reassessed

An artistic masterpiece by Maltese Baroque artist Francesco Zahra (1710-1773) has been brought back to its former glory through a meticulous process of preservation and restoration. The restored painting, The Presentation of Jesus in the Templewas unveiled on April 29, in time for the annual May celebrations commemorating the 279th …

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Porsche 911 Wireframe Sculpture Is True Automotive Art

Have you always thought that the Porsche 911 was a work of art? Do you love the simple body lines and iconic design cues that have dominated Porsche 911 design for decades? Well, you’re not alone as Porsche has teamed up with artist Benedict Radcliffe to celebrate the beauty of …

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Strauss & Co explores a century of watercolor in its latest online sale – Germiston City News

Curated by Marion Dixon, Senior Art Specialist at Strauss & Co, the sale is titled Watercolour: Choreography of chance and control and features striking works by, among others, Walter Battiss, Joni Brenner, Alan Crump, Alice Elahi, David Mogano, JH Pierneef, Durant Sihlali, Maud Sumner and William Timlin. “Watercolor is a …

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Police patrol Hong Kong park despite Tiananmen Vigil ban

HONG KONG (AP) — Dozens of police patrolled Hong Kong’s Victoria Park on Saturday after authorities banned public commemoration of the anniversary of the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown for the third consecutive year. For decades, an annual candlelight vigil has been held in the park to remember China’s deadly crackdown …

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New Haven’s Summer Fun: Camps, Swimming, Sports, Family Fun Days

“Summer is just around the corner, and the city of New Haven will be teeming with fun and fulfilling activities in every neighborhood and for children and youth of all ages, interests and abilities,” Elicker said. “From summer camps and movies in the park to family fun days, organized sports, …

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Art industry news: Museums scale back global ambitions to refocus on well-being and local communities + Other stories

Art Industry News is a daily summary of the most important developments in the art world and the art market. Here’s what you need to know this Friday, June 3. NEED TO READ Museums are still closed in Shanghai – The city‘s tough two-month lockdown was officially lifted on June …

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Matsuyama disqualified for too much paint on his wood 3

Placeholder while loading article actions DUBLIN, Ohio — Former Masters champion Hideki Matsuyama was disqualified Thursday when officials determined he had too much paint on the face of his 3-wood he used for lining. It was the first time that Matsuyama, who won the Memorial in 2014 for his first …

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Canadian artist installs pro-life sculpture of Jesus in the womb in Rome

ROME — If “beauty will save the world,” as Russian novelist Fyodor Dostoyevsky said, then “perhaps beauty can also save the unborn,” said Canadian artist Timothy Schmalz. “Works of art have the power to persuade, convince and move people”, and “the more representations we have of a mother and child…in …

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This beautiful 3 bedroom Arts and Crafts inspired period home has immense character and offers huge development potential

The property occupies a prime corner plot with gardens to the front and rear in addition to an adjoining enclosed private garden with separate entrance gates for vehicle access, which offers development potential. important as a separate building plot. The house features a wealth of intact period features including beautiful …

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Parts for the Arts returns as a networking opportunity

Award-winning author and artist Aaron Paquette performs at the second annual Parts for the Arts at the EA Rawlinson Center on Saturday. –Jason Kerr/Daily Herald Parts for the Arts will return to the EA Rawlinson Center in June as the Prince Albert Arts Board returns to the 2020 format where …

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People painting for the victims of Uvalde

Temple volunteers paint a tree with apples dedicated to the lives lost in Uvalde. TEMPLE, Texas — Almost 200 miles away, the Temple community is trying to show support for the victims of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary in Uvalde. “Not what I expected to do, we started this …

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Community Leaders and KVHS Students Collaborate on Iran Floyd Sculpture | New

WHEATFIELD — Iran Floyd’s commitment to the Kankakee Valley School Corporation is unmatched. He served 57 years as an administrator, with many of those years — he said he would have to do the math — in Kankakee Valley. He was first superintendent at KV from 1984 to 1986, left …

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The weekly market offers locally grown produce, arts, crafts, clothing

FARMINGTON — Another summertime tradition in San Juan County returns this week as the weekly Makers Market enters its fourth year. The event, which takes place every Thursday at Orchard Plaza until September 29, runs from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on June 2. The market offers locally grown produce, …

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Perceive You opens June 5, 2022 at Shoebox Projects Online

Bryn Williams Leonard Greco Shoe box arts logo Artist, curator and cultural producer Kristine Schomaker asked the artists how they see themselves for this open exhibition. Perceive You” is a platform for empowerment, for owning who you are, for being unique and authentic… “Perceive You” is for everyone. — Kristine …

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Behind the art: what makes Johannes Vermeer’s Girl with a Pearl Earring so special?

Housed in his permanent home Mauritshuis Museum, The Hague, Netherlands, painting by Dutch Golden Age painter Johannes Vermeer a girl with an earring hangs like a mesmerizing centerpiece amid multiple works of art. Also known as ‘Mona Lisa of the North’ Where ‘Dutch Mona Lisa’ this painting attracts thousands of …

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Bronze sculpture honoring actor and Fairport native Philip Seymour Hoffman unveiled at George Eastman Museum

There is now a life-size sculpture of actor/director/producer Philip Seymour Hoffman outside the George Eastman Museum. The Fairport native died in 2014 at the age of 46. The bronze sculpture was unveiled on Saturday, with sculptor, award-winning Scottish artist David Annand at the ceremony, as well as members of Hoffman’s …

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Cream of Wheaton celebrates 40 years with live music, carnival, crafts and more June 2-5

Wheaton’s Cream returns to its debut after a two-year hiatus, with three blocks of carnival rides, local food, live entertainment, beer garden, trade show, Cosley Zoo Run for the Animals 5K/ 10K, and art and craft vendors. The first Cream of Wheaton festival was held on May 8, 1982, featuring …

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The ArtsHub, a one-of-a-kind initiative for years, seeks to serve as a central online location for the creative community to find jobs, resources and collaborate

The call went out for actors who were good at Shakespeare. A white-haired man, dressed in a black overcoat and a low-brimmed hat, quickly replied, “Hasn’t a Jew eyes? pleads Joe Vincent in a hoarse voice. “If you sting us, won’t we bleed?” If you tickle us, don’t we laugh? …

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How to paint a dresser

Well-meaning experiments taught do-it-yourselfer Jessica Belteau how to paint a dresser and how not to do it. His most memorable misadventure? Trying to cover an IKEA dresser in white laminate without sanding the surface first. “The paint was rolling off, it wasn’t sticking at all,” she says of the nearly …

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Valley News – Art Notes: Summer kicks off with a busy slate including Saint-Gaudens, an outdoor market and an almanac

Summer is a sloppy season. In Shakespeare, this is when the characters stumble through the woods, get drunk, fall in love with the wrong people, and generally make quite a mess. The arts kind of follow that pattern here in the once frozen north. There are more art exhibitions, plays, …

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Chipotle crossed the ice in the Stanley Cup quarterfinals

Do you remember when players battling and fans jumping onto the ice were the most disruptive things you saw at NHL games? Well, that’s nothing compared to a stunt Chipotle unleashed on May 19 during TNT’s broadcast of a Stanley Cup quarterfinal game between the Colorado Avalanche and the St. …

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Roman sculpture auctioned in US linked to disgraced dealer | Sculpture

An archaeologist is asking a US auction house to remove a monumental Roman sculpture from sale, saying it has photographic evidence of its direct link to a dealer involved in the illicit trade. Professor Christos Tsirogiannis, whose academic research focuses on antiquities and trafficking rings, said Hindman Auctions in Chicago …

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Braintree Community Arts Center Launches Summer Programming

BRAINTREE, MA — The Braintree Community Arts Center announced Monday the start of its summer season, which includes a range of programs for children and adults. Kids’ Art Night Out: A fun night of arts and crafts for K-5 students. Projects are planned and directed by students of the Braintree …

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Pantone launches LNQ ‘Wearable Internet’

world color authority Pantone announced a strategic partnership with Space laboratories (sLABS) for their first wearable hardware product, LNQ. The blockchain-based technology, coined by sLABS as “the portable internet”, was founded by digital architect Iddris Sandu and is backed by investment firm Marcy Venture Partners (MVP), co-founded by Shawn Carter …

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