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Special Painting Technique Explored In Clark Exhibit

. May 4, 2008 . 0 Comments

The first exhibition to explore “painting softly,” a previously unexamined approach to painting exemplified in works by James McNeill Whistler and George Inness, will be presented at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Massachusetts, from June 22 through October 19. “Like Breath on Glass: Whistler, Inness, and the Art of Painting Softly” […]

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Google Teams Up with Leading Artists

. May 4, 2008 . 0 Comments

NEW YORK – Google launched a collection of new themes created by leading artists for iGoogle, Google’s personalized homepage. With iGoogle, users can access and arrange the content they want on their homepage to personalize their web experience. Google has collaborated with almost 70 artists from around the world, inviting them to use iGoogle as […]

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Energy-related Art Exhibit at the Galleria during the Offshore Technology Conference

. May 2, 2008 . 0 Comments

Houston, Texas – EnergyImages.Com will present ten works of art by its newly developed subsidiary EvolutionaryImages. Works from local artists Mieko Mahi, Marcus Mann, and David Nunez will be presented. Open to the public, visitors may come at their leisure to the TITAN Sales Center 713-52-TITAN, a Randall Davis Company development at 1405 Post Oak […]

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May Nude Calendar Announced

. May 2, 2008 . 0 Comments

New York, NY – Barebrush.com, announces the opening of the May Nudes-of-the-Month art calendar exhibition. Five art works on the May calendar vie for recognition as of Nude-of-the-Month and prizes. Guest curator, artist Robert W. Pillsbury selected thirty one artists from among the 48 who entered. Bob reviewed a record 541 pieces, looking at everything. […]

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Artist Paula Scher Maps the World with Pre-publication of New Prints: “China,” “Europe,” and “India”

Artist Paula Scher Maps the World with Pre-publication of New Prints: “China,” “Europe,” and “India”

. May 2, 2008 . 0 Comments

Artist Paula Scher’s map paintings present revealing portraits of the world. Using real maps as a source of reference, she charts out the place in question and in the process, blurs the lines between subjective and objective, and fact and fiction. Reflected in these compelling works are media-fueled impressions of places such as China, India, […]

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