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Darkness FALLS Yesterday at 3:01 PM
One of our favorite Louise Nevelson pieces is the print Lullaby for Jumbo. It's a screenprint and collage, so on paper it mirrors her assemblagist aesthetic. In A Dark Place of Dreams, the …
TANGLED Yesterday at 11:01 AM
A web of emails, allegations of nonpayment and bruised egos plague Art Republic as it heads into Year Three
Some PRESSING History Wednesday, April 18
Offering a kind of thematic-and-color-saturated dance between the fabulist and representational art, Fields of Color: The Art of Japanese Printmaking is an impressive collection of traditional …
The Kids Are ALRIGHT Wednesday, April 18
"If we are going to build the city we all want to live in," says Hope McMath, "one that is resilient, dynamic, interesting, beautiful, viable, and welcoming to all it is important that we cultivate …
Darkness Gives Way to DAWN Wednesday, April 18
Every human is a universe unto themselves but, more often than not, there are more things that unite us than divide us. For some atypical members of the human tribe, those things that come with …
How Does Your GARDEN Grow Wednesday, April 11
The art show Of Ponderance and Muse is "steeped in the representational tradition, where blooms and birds act as signifiers for man's interaction with man while also using these symbols as a …
Artist Jim Smith looks to the Future by looking to the Past
Judging by APPEARANCE Wednesday, April 11
There is art on the walls, more art leaning at angles beneath those pieces, and even art placed carefully on the ground.
Funnier From BEHIND Wednesday, April 4
Writer Michael Frayn said he wanted to "write a farce from behind." The seed was planted; what bloomed is this one-act play-within-a-play (based on ) about a second-rate theater company …
EYE Candy Wednesday, March 28
With more than 100 local and nationally known artists participating, it's the perfect place to consider a new piece for over the mantle.