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  • "Sable Pass" (2014) by David Mollett
    David Mollett's and Jessie Hedden's woodcuts and paintings at Chelsea gallery
    The Bowery Gallery in Chelsea is currently presenting a joint exhibition works by David Mollett and Jessie Hedden of drawings, paintings, and woodcuts. For their fourth solo exhibition at the gallery both artists present works that capture their...
  • Chuck Rounds "Shadowlands" art show at the Nash Gallery
    Underworld landscapes of shamanic reality at the Nash Gallery this month
    The September artist of the month at the Nash Gallery in New Hampton, NH isChuck Rounds, presenting his show“Shadowlands”. The gallery is located on the lower level ofThe Gordon-Nash Libraryand is open Tuesday through Thursday 10:00 a...
  • "Swimming Ravens Nest Peak" (2013) by Jane Culp
    Landscapes of the Western U.S. featured at Chelsea gallery
    The Bowery Gallery in Chelsea is featuring a collection of paintings by Jane Culp for a show titled Earthquake Country. For this show, Culp presents several oil and watercolor landscape paintings of scenes from the great outdoors of Southern...
  • Landscape bucket list
    Landscape bucket list
    While the world population has topped 7 billion, relatively unspoiled landscapes do remain. Some landscapes exceed the imagination as to what is possible in terms of unusual beauty. Who could have dreamed up The Wave formation in Coyote Buttes or...
  • "Bushes with Blue Sky" by Richard Artschwager
    Artschwager's 'Desert' images featured at Chelsea gallery
    The David Nolan Gallery in Chelsea is featuring a series of works by Richard Artschwager in a show titled The Desert. For his seventh exhibition at the gallery, Artschwager presents 30 of his recent pastel-on-paper landscape drawings rich in color...
  • Diane Minick
    Slow the water down
    The University of Georgia’s scientific study along with the US Fish and Wildlife’s supportstudy shows that the Etowah Watershed has more species of fish than any other in the Country. It finds 76 species in comparison to the Columbia...
  • The flower people, at the Rawlings Conservatory, Baltimore MD.
    You're Invited to the Flower Show
    Remember Joan Bias, Jimmy Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and of course John and Yoko Lennon. Not to mention Woodstock, the first major gathering in America of the flower people.Yes the 1960’s, when the baby boomers decided to upset the apple cart...
  • Provence France, Rebecca Croft
    Rebecca Croft, Arlington Artist profile and review
    Can’t take art out of an artistRebecca tells the story that she informed her parents she was interested in majoring in art. They gave the classic response (we have heard this before), “You need to major in something that can get you a...
  • Windmill, oil painting by Sandi Parker
    Sandi Parker, Arlington artist profile and review
    Artists are often trained in multiple artistic media. Printmakers may also be painters, potters, or weavers, for example. In the case of Sandi Parker, we see a variety of modes of expression – media include oil painting though she also...
  • "Abandoned"
    Landscapes and an artist’s studio are subjects of new art at Page Bond Gallery
    “Abandoned,” landscape paintings by B. Millner, and “Compositions,” painted depictions of an artist’s studio by Peri Schwartz, open at Page Bond Gallery today.Also known for his cast bronze sculptures of figures and...
  • We buy what we like and what we like is Frank Corso
    We buy what we like and what we like is Frank Corso
    Last Thursday night,Gardner Colby Galleryin Naples welcomed guests to a reception for artistFrank Corso. His show,Late Light, Twilight and Moonlight,represents his 15th solo exhibition at the prestigiousGallery Rowmainstay. Owner Nancy Winch and...
  • Gallery 128 exhibit: Connectivities
    Gallery 128 exhibit: Connectivities
    The walls of Gallery 128 located inside the Waukegan Public Library will soon be adorn with watercolor images of exotic venues and diverse cultures.With an opening reception this weekend, artist David Dallison proudly opens a new exhibit titled ...
  • Interpreting nature art show
    Interpreting nature art show
    The Interpreting Nature art show sponsored by the Lake County Art League, Lake County Arts Magazine, and Christ Episcopal Church is going on right now at the Undercroft Gallery in Waukegan.This spectacular show features more than 30 paintings and...
  • "Toll Booth" by Merlin James
    Alluring landscapes and more from English artist
    The Sikkema and Jenkins Co. Gallery in Chelsea is displaying a series of paintings by Glasgow, Scotland based artist Merlin James in a self titled exhibition. James explores the nature of painting as well as introducing architectural and abstract...
  • Bobby Cornelius: Professional photographer II
    Bobby Cornelius: Professional photographer II
    Yesterday, we Q and A'd previous Exotic Bingo Worker Bobby Cornelius. Today, we talk again. We learn the benefits of indulging oneself into the backwards world of professional photography.Has photography opened doors for you, that might have...