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Time Travel in London
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Time Travel in London

A compelling exhibition at the British Museum explores the daily life and tragic end of Herculaneum and Pompeii. By Nicky Rowe The Life and death in Pompeii and Herculaneum exhibit at London’s British Museum could easily fall into the style of school history lessons, or assume nothing and perform a […]

ARTHO– USE 429
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ARTHO– USE 429

ArtHouse429 celebrates the gallery’s inaugural season with a spring group exhibition and sale by Bruce Helander ArtHouse429 has had a remarkable first year in operation, with packed openings and outstanding press coverage, with articles in all local news media, as well as international coverage in The Huffington Post. Based on […]

Angels and Demons
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Angels and Demons

In his studio in Greenwich Village, Norwegian artist Vebjorn Sand paints the unimaginable. By Vebjorn Sand The most effective way to paint a narrative is to paint it figuratively. One of the reasons why I think there are few paintings from World War II is because the official art of […]

France/Amerique
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France/Amerique

Quebec in summer is a movable feast. By Sara Evans Last time I looked, the airfares between New York and Paris this summer were somewhere north of $1700. Not on the cards. But a lovely drive north takes me to Quebec, which is not only the next best option, but […]

Tomorrow’s Treasures
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Tomorrow’s Treasures

In a historic New Hampshire village, Douglas Dimes pursues a family tradition–crafting heirlooms.BY Susan Muldoon Once upon a time, not so long ago, we Americans made superb furniture. From the “Pilgrim” furniture of the earliest settlers to mid-century modern in the last century, we were good. Very good. The earliest […]

InSIDE/Out
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InSIDE/Out

Art therapy can be an effective and creative means to release, console and restore at Art Serve. Art therapy can be an effective and creative means to release, console and restore. Penned in this manner, art becomes a powerful form of self-expression that can reveal hidden feelings and emotions and […]

“Eanger Irving Couse on the Columbia River”  Explores Little-Known Works by a Founding Member of the Taos Society of Artists Klickitat County, Washington
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“Eanger Irving Couse on the Columbia River” Explores Little-Known Works by a Founding Member of the Taos Society of Artists Klickitat County, Washington

Maryhill Museum of Art will open the special exhibition Eanger Irving Couse on the Columbia River on June 8, 2013 through September15, 2013. Art therapy can be an effective and creative means to release, console and restore. Penned in this manner, art becomes a powerful form of self-expression that can […]