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This Year in Jerusalem: The hills of this ancient city are alive with joyous music and dance. by Sara Evans
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This Year in Jerusalem: The hills of this ancient city are alive with joyous music and dance. by Sara Evans

2013 marks the third annual Jerusalem Season of Culture (JSOC), a summer-long celebration of all aspects of the arts. Known as the ancient center of Israeli history and biblical culture, the Festival was launched to demonstrate that, along with its ancient history, Jerusalem is a city with a vibrant and […]

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A Way with Light: Joan Griswold’s paintings explore the stillness of rooms and the nature of place. by Michelle Gillett
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A Way with Light: Joan Griswold’s paintings explore the stillness of rooms and the nature of place. by Michelle Gillett

The few paintings I own by Joan Griswold invite me into other rooms, other spaces than the ones where they hang in my home. Griswold’s paintings evoke place and settings that are intimate and rich with light and color, yet never overly-done or sentimental. While the scenes she paints are […]

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The Frost Art Museum celebrates opens five new exhibitions during Target Wednesday After Hours

The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum at FIU presents the first Target Wednesday After Hours of the 2013 spring season with the opening reception for five new exhibitions: Eugene Savage: The Seminole Paintings, José Manuel Ballester: Concealed Spaces, Deep Blue by Javier Velasco, The Healings Spirits of the Waters […]

Project Tolerance: The Faces of  Anne Frank: Florida artist Myra Roberts channels the life and message of Anne Frank. by Brian Johnson
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Project Tolerance: The Faces of Anne Frank: Florida artist Myra Roberts channels the life and message of Anne Frank. by Brian Johnson

“I f I were to do a series of portraits on one famous person in history,” mused Sanibel Island artist Myra Roberts one day in February of 2010, after reading an art story in the Wall Street Journal, “who would it be?” The answer came at once: Anne Frank. Taking […]

The Art of Common Space: Susan Lauren of Lauren & Chase Design Group on the Role of Art in Interior Design by Tina Seligman
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The Art of Common Space: Susan Lauren of Lauren & Chase Design Group on the Role of Art in Interior Design by Tina Seligman

The bridge between public and private space requires a delicate balance of aesthetics and transforming lobbies, hallways, and amenity spaces with a creative flair is a specialty of Susan Lauren, Partner and Principal Designer of Lauren & Chase Design Group, Inc. Lauren often combines natural elements with site-specific visual art […]

Medallion  Financial  Corp.  Forms Fine Art Lending Company:Former Sotheby’s Lending Executive Joins to Head Division
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Medallion Financial Corp. Forms Fine Art Lending Company:Former Sotheby’s Lending Executive Joins to Head Division

Medallion Financial Corp., a publicly traded specialty finance company (Nasdaq: TAXI), has launched Medallion Fine Art Inc., to make loans secured by paintings and other works of art. The New York-based division will lend to private art collectors and art dealers. “The search for unique investment opportunities, a sudden need […]