By Tami Mosser Staff Writer WOOSTER — There are only so many walls, Pat Anderson believes, and so much art.
Why hang it when you can wear it?
An art teacher at Triway High School, Anderson's schedule is packed. "The school, the teaching," she said, "takes up most of my time." But she's also an artist, so any spare time she can call hers is most likely project time as well.
Because she teaches art, Anderson is versed in all of the major media, but she says there are two that form the cornerstone of her creative endeavors: painting on silk and batique — a way of dyeing fabric using waxes.
It is the painting on silk — in this case, a scarf — that Anderson has offered as one of three pieces she will display in the upcoming annual exhibit by the Wayne Artists Group Effort. This year's exhibit, "Reflection," opens Friday, Jan. 12 with an artists' reception from 6-8 p.m. at the Wayne Center for the Arts in downtown Wooster. It continues through Feb. 17.
Evidence of the largest single incident of mass child sacrifice by members of the sprawling ancient Chimú Empire where up to 140 children and 200 young llamas were killed.
The children were between five to 14 years, according to reports.
While incidents of human sacrifice among the Aztec, Maya, and Inca have been recorded in scientific excavations, this discovery in the little-known pre-Columbian Chimú civilization is “unprecedented in the Americas—if not in the entire world”.
MASS KILLING: The remains of three adults were also found in close proximity EPA
BRUTAL: More than 140 children of the Chimu Empire may have had there hearts ripped out “I, for one, never expected it”
John VeranoThe skeletal remains of both children and animals show evidence of cuts to ribs, suggesting the that the victims’ chests were cut open and pulled apart, “perhaps to facilitate the removal of the heart”, noted the publication.
The remains of three adults—a man and two women—were found in close proximi..
Art lovers can start off the New Year with the latest gallery exhibition at Art @ 43023, the art cooperative gallery in downtown Granville.
Joining as guest artists in January are two talented oil painters, John Farber and Joe Lambert, as well as Granville jewelry artist Melissa Winters and Julie Pavalko, designer of unique one of a kind mittens, according to a gallery news release.
There will be an opening reception on Saturday, from 6-8 p.m., where the public can meet the artists while enjoying the musical talent of singer and guitarist, Mitch Cowgill.
The gallery will be open all day Saturday, beginning at 10 a.m., for a preview of January's new artists.
Born and raised in Columbus Ohio, artist John Farber graduated from Ohio State University School of Architecture. He went on to establish a career in architecture and ultimately in business.
Painter Joe Lambert was born in Chillicothe, Ohio. He was drawn to art from early childhood, eventually receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts ..
Actress CCH Pounder stood half-hidden in a doorway at the Xavier University Art Gallery and watched as a student, backpack over one shoulder, hurried through the spacious hall, then abruptly stopped and turned on his heel, as if dragged by gravitational force. Shifting his body 90 degrees, the student tilted his head and studied a large painting on the wall. "The Birth of Oshun" by Harmonia Rosales.
The painting is striking for many reasons. The scene is familiar, a play on Botticelli's "The Birth of Venus," but Oshun is a black woman, beautiful with cropped hair, rising from a seashell, flanked by other African figures portraying deities and surrounded by tropical foliage in earthy colors.
"She stops everyone," said Pounder, as the student stared at Rosales' tour de force. "I love watching people walk through here and see what catches them."
"The Birth of Oshun" is among 42 paintings in "Queen: An Exhibition," which features works from Pounder's private collection now ..
1. BEGINNING WATERCOLOR: 10 a.m to Noon at Delos V. Smith Center, 101 W. First Ave., Hutchinson. This is a weekly instructional class for seniors that teaches watercolor basics.
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3. CLASSIC ALBUMS LIVE: FLEETWOOD MAC'S RUMOURS: 7:30 to 9: 30 p.m. at Hutchinson's Historic Fox Theatre, 18 E. First Ave., Hutchinson. Classic Albums Live takes the world’s greatest classic albums and recreates them live, onstage - note for note, cut for cut, exactly the way they sound on the album. Classic Albums Live will be performing Fleetwood Mac’s classic album “Rumours” in its entirety, along with other Fleetwood Mac favorites.
4. RESCARE JOB FAIR: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at KANSASWORKS-Great Bend, 1025 Main St., Great Bend. Hiring direct support professionals. Interview on the spot.
5. COMMUNITY CONVERSA..
Volume 1: Museum Management
ICOM is developing a four-volume handbook series. The first volume of the series, co-edited by Darko Babić and Catherine C. Cole, aims to explore contemporary practices in the field of museum management.
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Tarsila do Amaral (Brazilian, 1886–1973) is a foundational figure in the history of modernism in Latin America. The first exhibition in the United States exclusively devoted to the artist focuses on her pivotal production from the 1920s, from her earliest Parisian works, to the emblematic modernist paintings produced in Brazil, ending with her large-scale, socially driven works of the early 1930s. The exhibition features over 130 artworks, including paintings, drawings, sketchbooks, photographs, and other historical documents drawn from collections across Latin America, Europe, and the United States.
Born in São Paulo at the turn of the 19th century, Tarsila―as she is affectionately known in Brazil―studied piano, sculpture, and drawing before leaving for Paris in 1920 to attend the Académie Julian. Throughout subsequent sojourns in Paris, she studied with André Lhote, Albert Gleizes, and Fernand Léger, fulfilling what she called her "military service in Cubism," ultimately arriving at ..
A fortnight-long group print exhibition showcasing works by 65 Indian noted printmakers beings today at National Art Gallery, Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (BSA). This is a permanent collection of Indian prints at the National Art Gallery of Bangladesh.
HT Imam, political adviser to the Prime Minister, will inaugurate the exhibition as chief guest at 10am. Adwaita Charan Gadanayak, Director General of National Gallery of Modern Art, India, and renowned artist Monirul Islam will attend the ceremony as special guests. Muniruzzaman, Director, Department of Fine Art, BSA, will deliver the welcome address while Liaquat Ali Lucky, Director General of BSA, will preside over the programme.
The famous Indian artists who donated their prints to our National Art Gallery include Anupam Sud, Arpana Caur, Sarojpal Gogi, Jai Zharotia, Jyoti Bhatt, Paramjeet Singh, Rini Dhumal, Sanat Kar, Somnath Hore, Ved Nayar, Walter D Souza, Yusuf, Shukla Sawant, Paaula Sengupta, Kavita Nayar and Kanchan Chander...
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