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NHA acquires rare painting by Elizabeth Rebecca Coffin

The Investigator and the Mirror (February 27, 2022) The Nantucket Historical Association acquired the painting “The Old Falconer of Ben Gana, Sheikh of the Zibans,” by Elizabeth Rebecca Coffin, courtesy of the Friends of the Nantucket Historical Association with additional support from members of the Friends Acquisition Committee. Coffin (1850–1930) …

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High winds destroy several ice sculptures during the ‘Winter Wanderland’ event in downtown Midland

MIDLAND, MI – A series of wintry conditions shattered some of the ice sculptures that dotted downtown Midland this weekend for a special event. More than 20 ice sculptures, sponsored by many local businesses, were on display as part of the city’s “Winter Wanderland” event which officially kicked off on …

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Reviews | What the Beatles tell us about fame

Let’s say you’re a musician, artist, or actor who dreams of making it big. How are you doing that? The standard answer is: Be really good at your craft and you will become famous. Unfortunately, it’s not that simple. Excellence is a requirement, but often it is not enough. Let …

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Persona 5’s Sayuri Painting Is Ironically Now An NFT

The supporters of NFT often tout that they are good for artists because, just like an original painting or other physical artwork, there is only one original copy that can be bought and sold with ownership registration using the blockchain technology. In theory, this would mean artists could sell their …

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Art Teacher Creates Sculpture for Airport Hobby | the life

Suspended from a cable wire, levitating overhead, soft clouds reflect light from a ceiling-high window. At first glance, these clouds look like balloons with ripples and shine, but upon closer inspection, these clouds are handcrafted sculptures of solid industrial steel. Artist and associate professor of sculpture at Texas Tech, William …

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The local nonprofit offers courses for people with autism to help them start their own business

TALLAHASSEE – Art and entrepreneurship come together to provide new opportunities for people with autism. “It’s going to help them and me just reduce anxiety and reduce that stress and that socialization will help them be able to recognize what they want to do.” Stress and lack of socialization are …

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Ruholamin creates a new painting on the birth of Fatima (SA) live

TEHRAN — Fans watched artist Hassan Ruholamin create his new work on the birth of Hazrat Fatima (SA) from home in a live broadcast streamed online on his Instagram. The untitled artwork created over two consecutive days, was unveiled by Ruholamin on Sunday to celebrate the birthday of Prophet Muhammad’s …

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Why Forgotten Artist Edmonia Lewis Gets Her Own U.S. Stamp

Cleopatra was found in a dusty warehouse in a mall outside of Chicago in the late 1980s, stuck among abandoned Christmas decorations covered in graffiti and paint. The 3,000-pound neoclassical marble sculpture depicting the death of the Egyptian queen had once been among the most important works of art displayed …

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There are all kinds of artist opportunities open at the Josephine Sculpture Park in Frankfurt

the Josephine Sculpture Park in Frankfort, Kentucky, seeks students and adults for residencies, fellowships, internships, and a new work exchange program. The park contains nearly 80 contemporary works of art on its 30 acres. There are habitat restoration projects to reintroduce native plants and wildlife to the park. It is …

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Watch the Emirati artist behind the ‘Love’ sculpture in Dubai

Dubai: Millions of people passing through Dubai International Airport will notice a striking red sculpture in Arabic calligraphy titled ‘Love’. Another eye-catcher is a gold-colored sculpture, ‘My Dallah’, made of fiberglass, installed in the arrivals area of ​​Terminal 3. It is an abstract representation of a coffee maker and a …

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Metal and Lace Wanted for Public Art Park Project Honoring Women of Pittsburgh’s Industrial History | Visual arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge sculpture in Wightman Park – PR PHOTO: AMANDA WALTZ” width=”647″ height=”421″/> Photo of the CP: Amanda Waltz OOA Designs artists Oreen Cohen (left) and Alison Zapata (right) pose next to their sculpture in Wightman Park Got some scrap or lace lying around? Make it part of a …

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Elon Musk fans create giant goat billionaire sculpture on rocket

A tax on each exchange of the Elon GOAT token goes towards the funds to pay the designers and makers of the transportable statue, which will also include fireworks and lasers. As you might expect from Musk fans, the creators are already talking about the statue and comparing it to …

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A collection of Russian religious paintings that once belonged to the Medici is definitely coming back to the Uffizi Galleries

A prized collection of Russian paintings has a new home in the Uffizi Galleries in Italy, the palace where they once hung centuries ago. In order to broaden its offer, the Florentine institution inaugurated the “Museum of Russian Icons”, a permanent exhibition of 78 religious paintings from the 16th to …

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Diamonds and sculptures win the hearts of bidders at joint auction

Auction action at Chadds Ford, Penn. CHADDS FORD, PENN. – The photograph “June Leaf” by Richard Avedon (American, 1923-2004) dominated the lots presented at the William Bunch Auctions quarterly decorative and fine arts sale on December 14th. Sold for $ 39,000, large format gelatin silver on paper, signed and stamped …

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Artist Karen Lucas completes mosaic at Honolulu train station

Mahalo for his support of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Take advantage of this free story! Karen Lucas was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Her mother was an artist and introduced her to the world of fine art from an early age. Lucas wasn’t sure how her interest in art would pay the …

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The 2022 New Year’s horoscopes taken from Rob Brezsny’s “Astrology of Free Will”

Our partner Rob Brezsny provides his weekly wisdom to inform our thinking and motivate our mood. by Rob Free Will Astrology, is a weekly column published in more than a hundred publications. He is also the author of Pronoia is the antidote to paranoia: how all of creation conspires to …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Press Releases

Press release from the town hall Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs Selects Two Houston Artists to Commission Photography and Sculpture for New Sunnyside Health and Multi-Service Center November 29, 2021 – The City of Houston’s Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs (MOCA) today announced the selection of two local artists whose …

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HBCU Tradition Painting with Stephanie Yearby | WNTZ

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) – For Southern University’s Human Jukebox, black notes on white paper become poetry in motion. The band’s music is a true work of art to be admired by the many people who fill the stands. The group is the paint and the canvas is the AW Mumford …

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BITS & BYTES: Small Business Saturdays in downtown Pittsfield; Clark Art free entry; Stockbridge Holly Fair; Becket Arts Center Holiday Decorating Class

Image courtesy of downtown Pittsfield PITTSFIELD – This year’s Small Business Saturday in downtown Pittsfield (Saturday November 27) Includes Live Music, Designer Market & Scavenger Hunt, Surprise Santa Tour, MountainOne Free Thankful 5K, NUarts Studios & Gallery’s Shop Local Event, Center-Wide Specials city, and more. New this year, download the …

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The Naples Zoo will feature larger-than-life animal sculptures

Through Staff | to November 18, 2021 The Naples Zoo will present the traveling exhibition BRICKLIVE Supersized Creatures from November 20. COURTESY PHOTO The Naples Zoo showcases larger-than-life toy brick sculptures with its new traveling exhibition, BRICKLIVE Supersized Creatures. The traveling exhibition will start on Saturday, November 20 and will …

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Painting Strokes of Change – The New Indian Express

Express news service CHENNAI: 15 months ago, two teenagers from Chennai set out to bring about change with their unique non-profit organization. With their art gallery, Ilo By Vane (ilobyvane.com), Vaishnavi Girish Ramdas and Neharika Kishore promote and present the works of art and photographs of children and students up …

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Art Industry News: Wait, did the UK government just change tune on the Parthenon marbles? + Other stories

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most important developments in the art world and the art market. Here is what you need to know on Tuesday, November 16. NEED TO READ Donor battle shakes Hamptons sculpture garden – More than 30 patrons of the LongHouse Reserve Sculpture …

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Britain’s response to Art Nouveau: blending the Arts & Crafts aesthetic with the natural world

“The May Queen” (detail, one of three), Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh, 1900, gesso, burlap, canvas, string, glass beads, thread, mother-of-pearl, pewter foil. (Courtesy of the Albuquerque Museum) Charles Rennie Mackintosh elevated the chair to the rank of architecture. The Glasgow designer, architect and artist led a collaborative group dubbed ‘The Four’ …

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A pilot turned painter creates religious art

At the end of a tree-lined country road, alongside the stream and at the end of a gravel driveway is the studio of painter Henry Wingate. The foyer and hallway of the Madison House are cluttered with faces looking at framed portraits. The cavernous studio is full of larger-than-life paintings, …

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Famous German Art Forger Wolfgang Beltracchi Sells Reconstructions Of The World’s Most Valuable Painting As A NFT Collection | Currency News | Financial and business news

The painting “Salvator Mundi”. Kirsty Wigglesworth / AP Famous German art forger Wolfgang Beltracchi sells thousands of NFTs based on “Salvator Mundi”. “Salvator Mundi”, which sold for a record $ 450.3 million in 2017, has been awarded to Leonardo da Vinci. Beltracchi was sentenced to six years in prison after …

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His engravings and paintings explore the mysteries of nature

LANGLEY – This time around, Rob Schouten himself is in the spotlight at the Rob Schouten Gallery & Sculpture Park. The October exhibition, “Etchings and Aquatint Paintings”, features six aquatint engravings and five oil paintings by the gallery owner. His works examine the mysteries of nature and stretch the imagination. …

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Weplay’s sculptural pavilion brings an old factory in Vietnam to life

Weplay’s LỘ exhibition invites people to interact weplay – a group of pioneering and enthusiastic young vietnamese artists, transformed an old factory in ha noi, vietnam, into a living exhibition space. The LỘ exhibition invites people to interact, share their experiences, promote knowledge and participate in various artistic activities. Through …

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Famous scary paintings recreated as balloon art

We’ve all witnessed the art of cool balloons, whether it’s at children’s birthday parties or carnivals. But there is the art of the ball, and then there is the ART of the ball. As in the art of the balloon based on the most famous artistic paintings in history. Thanks …

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The curtain rises on the fall arts scene on campus

Fall is upon us and the campus arts scene is in full swing with plenty of opportunities for in-person and remote events. Explore comic book journalism, magic, and the Art Nouveau style at exhibitions currently on display at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Museum of Natural and Cultural History, …

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Grounded’s first online group show takes off

“Studio of Holistic Arts and Culture” Grounded opened its first online group exhibition last week that showcases the creations of local and emerging artists. Cadence states: Piece 1 presents a range of works of art by 19 emerging artists from the Grounded Artist Network (GAN), a community of artists from …

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Sculpture in the landscape | TheLancasterNews.com

Over the next year, 10 sculptures will be exhibited around Van Wyck as part of an ongoing promotion of public art. The sculptures are part of the Sculpture in the Cityscape exhibition which will run for approximately one year. Eight of the works of art are within sight of the …

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“Safe to taste and easy to wash!” “

This TikTok parent explained how to make DIY sidewalk paints that wash off without leaving a permanent mark! Myriam Sandler (@mothercould) is a mom and TikToker who shares helpful parenting and cooking tips on her TikTok account. Myriam recently shared a tutorial on how to make DIY washable sidewalk paints …

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Pawtucket Arts Festival Events | The valley breeze

7/9/2021 • Pawtucket-Central Falls Restaurant Weeks run until Sunday, September 19. Includes Empanada Fest on Saturday, September 18, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at Slater Park. • Field Truth Workshop with artist Dan Borelli, Thursday Sept. 9 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday Sept. 11 from 11 a.m. to …

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Chinese Sculptor Wang Ninghua Partners with Metaverse Blockchain Company Coinllectibles ™ ️ to Create World’s First Fusion of Chinese Sculptures NFT ™ ️

HONG KONG, September 1, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Coinllectibles â„¢ ️, a 100% subsidiary of Cosmos Group Holdings Inc. (OTC: COSG), is pleased to partner with Chinese sculptor Wang ning hua, where Wang is expected to create a one-of-a-kind sculpture that will be engraved in Coinllectibles â„¢ exclusive gold …

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Meet Sonoma Spray Paint Artist Annika Gustafsson

Annika Gustafsson is happiest hanging out in her yard, spray paint in hand. The artist is making a name for herself through her creative and original use of unusual artistic mediums where she creates unique colors and textures that beg to be touched. Gustafsson grew up in Sonoma and fell …

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rusty red hue + complete marmoreal stone ‘sculptural cocoon room’ in the Lisbon restaurant

the lisbon-based spacegram studio was commissioned by the owners of the ‘nómada chiado’ restaurant in lisbon, to design a unique experiential and immersive space. their mission involved the transformation of an arid, vault-like interior characterized by domed structures in an enveloping, warm and sophisticated dining atmosphere. the architects sought to …

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Casa del Herrero will present its first sculpture exhibition in historic gardens | Culture & Leisure

Posted on July 1, 2021 | 4:23 p.m. sculpture exhibition at Casa del Herrero features works by seven local contemporary artists.” height=”467″ width=”350″ style=”border: 0;” data-orig=”https://www.noozhawk.com/images/uploads/070121-casasculpture-630.jpg” name=”upsize” id=”upsize” /> The outdoor sculpture exhibition at Casa del Herrero features works by seven local contemporary artists. (Courtesy of Casa del Herrero) For …

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Kannapolis receives donation of two public art sculptures

KANNAPOLIS, North Carolina (WBTV) – Cheryl and Eric Dearmon donated two public art sculptures, “Smiley” and “Discover” to the city of Kannapolis. The two sculptures are already in the City and were loaned by artist Tom Risser. With their purchase, the Dearmon have ensured that the sculptures remain in the …

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monumental sculpture meets exquisite architectural intervention

amidst the breathtaking landscapes and breathtaking scenes offered by sonoma, california, one can find important history, nature getaways and fine wine. yet, there is a cultural gem to be discovered in this northern California land – a collection of monumental outdoor sculptures and exquisite architectural intervention. the 200-acre estate belongs …

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5 famous beach paintings that capture serene summer days

“La plage de Trouville” by Claude Monet, 1870 (Photo: Wikimedia Commons, public domain) Nature has always been a source of inspiration for artists, but the beach is a particularly recurrent theme in the history of art. The 19th century French impressionists were famous for taking their easels and painting outside …

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6 artists’ houses | The week

Sonoma, California Architect Julie Dowling designed Bay Oaks Estate in collaboration with its artist owner. The four-bedroom home includes an artist’s studio with full-spectrum natural lighting; reinforced walls for hanging works of art; showcases; A gallery; and a bookcase with wall shelves. The 12-acre property includes two 500-year-old trees; flower …

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‘Inclusiva’ – Evanston Round Table

A new large, abstract public artwork called “Inclusiva” is expected to be installed at the end of June on the east side of the new Robert Crown Center, just north of the main entrance. Commissioned by the City and managed by Woodhouse Tinucci Architects, the building’s designers, the stainless steel …

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60 seconds with sculpture in the city’s Stella Ioannou

Stella Ioannou is director at Lacuna – Creative Projects Consultancy, the founder of Sculpture in the City. This annual park of urban sculptures set amidst the iconic architecture of the city’s insurance district has become one of the cultural highlights of the Square Mile. Each summer, the City of London …

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Rudyard Kipling’s Tainted Genie

May 22, 2021 How the righteous stories were made. By John Batchelor. Yale University Press; 240 pages; $ 25 and £ 18.99 ALREADY, IN HIS By the mid-1930s, Bombay-born writer Rudyard Kipling had begun to polarize audiences. In 1901, satirists claimed that “the British Empire had been placed under his …

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WB Yeats awarded with London sculpture

It’s a surprising fact that the only poet raised in England to win the Nobel Prize for Literature has no monuments anywhere in England – nowhere in the UK, in fact. This is less surprising when one remembers that the poet is WB Yeats who, although he spent most of …

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Dinosaur sculptures exhibited at Eau Claire

EAU CLAIRE, Wisconsin (WEAU) – Dinosaurs lurk in Eau Claire. Artisan Forge Studios is organizing a new exhibition, “The Scraposauras”. It contains 14 sculptures of prehistoric beasts made from scrap metal. “I think they’re just fantastic. They are a lot of fun. If you look around, it’s not just little …

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