Items announcing exhibits of original artwork may be submitted by mail to On Exhibit, Hoosier Times, P.O. Box 909, Bloomington, IN 47402, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline is noon Tuesday. Call 812-331-4375.
Lawrence County Museum of History, 929 15th St. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Friday; 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday; 812-278-8575 or visit www.lawrencecountyhistory.org.
Wiley Art Gallery, 1402 J St. W. The annual holiday show will be on display in December at the gallery, featuring works by Lawrence County Art Association members. Works range from traditional oil paintings to acrylic, watercolor, colored pencil, graphite, pen and ink and more. Open 1-5 p.m. Thursday and Friday and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday; 812-277-8280 or visit www.lawrencecountyart.org.
Art Sanctuary, 1901 N. Sycamore St. Open 12:30-5 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays and 1-5 p.m. Fridays. www.artsanctuary.com.
Anabel Hopkins Fine Art, 26 Honeysuckle Lane South. Gallery features works by Hopkins and three ..
If you watch television, chances are you’ve watched CCH Pounder. Over the past 38 years, the Emmy-winning Guyanese actress—who celebrated her 65th birthday on Christmas Day—has accumulated well over 100 acting credits, including recurring roles in the Avatar franchise, ER,The Shield,Law and Order: SVU,Sons of Anarchy and currently, NCIS: New Orleans.
New Orleans is the location of not only Pounder’s latest television show but also her extensive art collection featuring exclusively African artists and artists from the African diaspora. An artist herself, her collection has been amassed through decades of patronage and her former roles as both gallery owner and co-founder of the Musée Boribana in her late husband’s native Senegal.
Now, part of that assemblage has been curated into a 42-painting exhibition for Xavier University Art Gallery titled “Queen: An Exhibition.” It’s a celebration of black womanhood in varied mediums, centered around the painting The Birth of Oshun, pictured above..
In a new Moscow art exhibition titled “SUPERPUTIN,” Russian president Vladimir Putin is portrayed as, well, super.
There’s a painting of Putin looking steely in a Superman-like outfit, wielding a gigantic “PUTINBLASTER” gun. In another portrait, he’s a cheeky-looking Santa Claus with a wink and a smile.
This might seem ironic or tongue-in-cheek: Not so. The artists, curators, and visitors are Putin enthusiasts, expressing their sincere feelings for the premier. The pop art paintings and statues are reminiscent of propaganda photos that are often released by Russian state media, like Putin riding a horse topless or tranquilizing a tiger. (There’s an entire section of the exhibition dedicated to paintings of Putin cuddling dogs, horses, and other animals.)
The exhibition opened the same day Putin announced his run for a fourth term as president (Dec.6). Watch our video to see a few of the pieces yourself.
Let's block ads! (Why?)
Monday, 8 January 2018, 10:30 am
Press Release: Ngapuhi
Whangarei to Host New Zealand’s Premier Iwi Art Exhibition
Whangarei is set to host Toi Ngāpuhi – NZ’s premier Iwi art exhibition from Thursday 5 January.
Toi Ngāpuhi, New Zealand’s leading event in its category, showcases the best of Māori and Ngāpuhi traditional and contemporary arts and artists.
The event, which has steadily built momentum since its beginning in 2004 will achieve a record level of participation with over 80 emerging and established artists exhibiting their artwork.
Rhonda Halliday – lead exhibition curator is “excited that beautiful, high-quality art pieces will articulate the artists’ interpretation of the exhibition theme ‘ko au te wai, ko te wai ko au – I am the water, and the water is me’”.
Exhibition spokesperson BJ Natanahira says that “to ensure that the exhibition retains its premier status all artworks submitted undergo a stringent review process by a committee whose role is an exacting one, and who m..
The vague menace of Vladimir Putin has haunted American politics for nearly two years. But in eastern Europe, Russia’s authoritarian president has wielded his influence for far longer and with a very tangible impact. The former Soviet state of Ukraine, in particular, has felt the force of Putin’s power.
In March 2014, Russia annexed the Crimean peninsula after a revolution in Ukraine toppled its Kremlin-backed president, Viktor Yanukovych. (The territory is now claimed by both Ukraine and Russia.) Russian troops invaded parts of southern Ukraine after the annexation, and Kremlin-backed hackers have launched cyberwar campaigns to disrupt Ukraine’s government and public utilities.
Naturally, Russia’s invasion, the ongoing conflict and the man responsible for both have incited responses from politicians and observers around the world. But perhaps one of the most potent reactions is a set of large-scale works by Ukrainian artists and activists Daria Marchenko and Daniel Green.
Keep up with..
PHOTO: Ann Whitman, Psychedelic Birds, 2016, water color, 9x11 inches
RED BANK, NJ - The January Invitational Exhibition at the Art Alliance of Monmouth County will feature artist members of Shore House. Artists included are Carol Castellano, Sam Duval–Cofer, Francheska Franco, Chelsea Gould, Mary Husowech, Kimberlee Jennings, Kevin Reilly, Sherone Rogers, Ann Witman, and Kerri Zeblisky. They will show work in figure, lancscape, abstraction and fantasy, painted in either acrylic or water color. Although all artists are members of Shore House, their work is as wonderfully individual as each member is!
Many of the artists exhibit in NJ and beyond, and several have sold their work. The artists’ education runs the range from largely self-taught, to high school study, to art center type classes, to internships, to university degrees. Very individualized! Even further, each has their own favorite multiple artistic outlets – whether painting, drawing, charcoal, collage, cartooning, print-maki..
DUNEDIN – The Miniature Art Society of Florida will be invading Dunedin soon.
According to Ken Hannon, vice president and chief operating officer at Dunedin Fine Art Center, it always seems like an invasion when the society annual competition opens for exhibit at the facility.
This year’s annual exhibition will open Sunday, Jan. 14, and will continue through Sunday, Feb. 4, at the Dunedin Fine Art Center, 1143 Michigan Blvd., Dunedin.
“Though the works are tiny, the crowds are huge,” said George Ann Bissett, president of DFAC. “There’s obviously something magical about these small works.”
Approximately 700 works of art will be shown, including the society’s permanent collection of more than 100 miniatures. Entries from around the world and across the country provide a wonderful diversity of subject matter and framing techniques.
In addition to the works on display, starting Monday, Jan. 15 through the end of the show, artists from England, Canada and many U.S. states including Florida ..
January 18, 2018 - 5:00pm
Diane Lewis, LTCC Director of Marketing & Communications
The community is warmly invited to a trio of free artist receptions and exhibit openings at Lake Tahoe Community College on Thursday, Jan. 18 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.. Come and enjoy the art along with free refreshments with your fellow art lovers.
In the Haldan Art Gallery inside the library building will be Tony King and Pamela Glasscock's "Recent Works." The couple will also host a free artist talk at 5:30pm. Glasscock was born in Colorado and studied fine art at Stanford University. In 1974 she met her future husband, King, in New York, where the couple pursued their careers until the early 1990s. During this time, Glasscock focused on landscape and still life in silverpoint, a Renaissance drawing technique. The couple spent summers in California until 1992, when they relocated permanently to Sonoma's Freestone Valley with their two sons. After the move, Glasscock began to..
The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.