From the Criterion website, Scorsese on Powell and Pressburger’s The Red Shoes, with some comments that could apply to art in general: I’ve said and written so much about this picture over the years; for me it’s always been one of the very greatest ever made, and every time I go back to look at […]
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Catie Faryl will be presenting her art and engage audiences in dialogue on the topic of genetically engineered seeds and foods on two dates in March. “Don’t Shop with the G-Nome: How and Why I avoid GMOs” is a painless way to learn more about this difficult and important topic. Using her artwork and writings […]
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Powerful and simple street art from Fast Company. It would be creepier and more effective if we didn’t know who did it. Banksy must wish he’d thought of it.
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“Come Journey with Me” is the perfect theme […]
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Today, these paintings of Dodger, Chewie and Chance are going to their new home! After struggling with a very long dry time with quinacridone rose paint, I rediscovered cobol blue dryer. It’s now back on my painting table. The background color on all three of these is the same – it’s my novice camera skills … Read more →
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This would be cool. Fragonard in the subway; Sisley riding on top of cabs. Not that it will ever happen. From Fast Company.
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Local Jacksonville artists, Ron and Dee Moore are membe […]
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Inside her loft, artist Terri Chiao has built a great place for fellow artists, or anyone else, to stay for $118 a night, and it’s in Brooklyn, no less. A fort and a treehouse. What could be better?
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Food to raise money for British museums at The Guardian.
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At Vanity Fair, Chuck Close says he wants to humanize the stars. Finally. No longer must I click to Guess My Face Without Makeup or the mug shots at www.thesmokinggun.com for a full dose of celebrity humanity. It used to be I could rely on my daughter, Christin, to endear me to famous actors, back when she […]
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