A gifted artist turned a muscle car into a canvas

Teresa J. Eckert

Artist John Scott in 2014.Lauren Barless/Courtesy of Nicholas Metivier Gallery Beloved artist and teacher John Scott, whose media ranged from […]

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Revisiting Rajasthan on canvas

Teresa J. Eckert

K Murugesan brings scenes of the people and the way of life in the desert A richly regaled bull in […]

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Revisiting Rajasthan on canvas – The New Indian Express

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Express press service CHENNAI: A bull richly regaled in black and white features, with a hint of color in the […]

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Temple artist Michael Donahue puts stories on canvas in Waco | Arts & Theater

Teresa J. Eckert

Temple artist Michael Donahue is showing works sampling his life as […]

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Solo exhibition of oil pastel drawings to open the year at the National Art Gallery

Teresa J. Eckert

The National Art Gallery of Namibia (NAGN) will kick off 2022 with the drawing exhibition Proverbs and Parables: A Metaphor […]

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Water Valley artist captures life on canvas

Teresa J. Eckert

Jan. 23—WATER VALLEY — In December 2020, Adrienne Brown-David was on a trip to Memphis with her two oldest daughters. […]

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Marilyn or Einstein? This Kinetic Oil Painting Will Have You Doing A Double Take

Teresa J. Eckert

When we look at a painting, we often expect to see only one image. But what if there are actually […]

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Folklore and dreams woven into magic on canvas

Teresa J. Eckert

Surah Kumar Kashi It was while painting that artist Suraj Kumar Kashi felt the characters on his canvas come to […]

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Two Sides of One Canvas: Turner Center welcomes artists Harry Ally, Trevor Dunn | News

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VALDOSTA – Two new exhibitions opened Monday at the Annette Howell Turner Arts Center, featuring a newcomer to the arts […]

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Cloaked in Light, an ongoing group show, highlights all that makes

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Ranuka Sondhi Gulati’s journey through nature Indian history is replete with examples where art has paid loving homage to light […]

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Art of the Week Series 11: Oil Paintings on Canvas by Wilson Souza

Teresa J. Eckert

Art of the Week Series 11: Oil Paintings on Canvas by Wilson Souza Mangaluru: The eleventh episode of the “Art […]

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Thoughts on various artistic mediums, why use pastel, part 22

Teresa J. Eckert

Mary Cassatt – Becomes his own wife and buys her own castle Some time ago we started an exploration of […]

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‘Painting the Street Scenes of Carmel’: Carmel on Canvas Outdoor Event – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather forecast

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We got to see artwork come to life today as we watched a local artist finish one of his paintings! […]

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Mingle with artists next weekend at the Carmel on Canvas Plein Air event – Hamilton County Reporter

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See the art created before your eyes at the Carmel on Canvas Plein Air event – ​​an outdoor painting exhibit […]

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Poetry on canvas: Sudanese artist Rashid Diab discusses the inspiration behind his work

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LONDON: “I would like to be a poet. I pursue poetry through color. Sudanese artist Rashid Diab talks to Arab […]

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Thoughts on various artistic mediums, why use pastel, part 19

Teresa J. Eckert

Mary Cassatt-Becoming a Freelance Artist Some time ago we began an exploration of two-dimensional artistic mediums – oil, acrylic, watercolor, […]

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Thoughts on various artistic mediums, why use pastel, part 18

Teresa J. Eckert

Mary Cassatt-The Early Years Some time ago we began an exploration of two-dimensional art mediums – oil, acrylic, watercolor, and […]

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Tunchang Oil Painting Street and artist Li Chen Yijun – Thatsmags.com

Teresa J. Eckert

Vines crawl along the walls framing a cobblestone, mossy street in Tunchang County. Lanterns sway gently in the breeze as […]

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Why use pastel, part 16a

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Thoughts on Various Artistic Media: Why Use Pastels, Part 16a Watteau to Degas Some time ago we began an exploration […]

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Why use pastel, part 17

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Thoughts on Various Art Mediums: Why Use Pastel, Part 17 whistler Some time ago we began an exploration of two-dimensional […]

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Why use pastel, part 14

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Thoughts on Various Artistic Media: Why Use Pastel, Part 14 Summary from DaVinci to Holbein Some time ago we began […]

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Big Sky artist captures earth’s connectivity, purpose with pastel strokes – Explore Big Sky

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By Mira Brody EBS STAFF BIG SKY – ‘En plein air’ is French for ‘outside’ – where acclaimed artist Lisa […]

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Ancient passions resuscitated in an oil painting exhibition

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Ancient passions resuscitated in an oil painting exhibition published: Sep 15, 2020 at 4:00 AM “Venus Resurrection” is the first […]

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An art exhibition explores pastel, an underrated medium

Teresa J. Eckert

“Lifestyle of Chickens” by Indianapolis artist Donna Shortt to be featured in the Southside Art League’s new exhibit, “Passionate About […]

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Southside Art League presents ‘Passionate About Pastel’

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AN EVENT: “Passionate About Pastel”, a collaborative exhibition of 10 member artists from the Southside Art League Inc. (SALI) Off […]

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Timaru Art Gallery 1895 oil painting restored with donation of $ 2,200

Teresa J. Eckert

JOHN BISSET / STUFF / Truc Petrena Fishburn, Curator of the Aigantighe Art Gallery Collections, with the 1895 painting La […]

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Rabindra Bharati University Gallery to exhibit Rabindranath Tagore’s rare oil painting | Calcutta News

Teresa J. Eckert

KOLKATA: For the first time, art lovers in the city will have the opportunity to see one of Rabindranath Tagore’s […]

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A rare oil painting by James McNeill Whistler with provenance will headline the Woodshed on March 7 …

Teresa J. Eckert

Rare oil on panel by James McNeill Whistler (American, 1834-1903), titled Peasant Woman, made during Whistler’s stay in Venice, circa […]

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An urban planner is passionate about oil painting

Teresa J. Eckert

VACAVILLE – Some artists praise the therapeutic benefits of creation. Jim Leland, the featured artist of the Vacaville Art Gallery, […]

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The oil painting attributed to John Singer Sargent will be in Woodshed’s upcoming art auction, …

Teresa J. Eckert

Unsigned oil painting on canvas attributed to John Singer Sargent (American, 1856-1925), titled Porta della Carta of the Doge’s, in […]

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Beloved Oil Painting Donated to La Jolla Library

Teresa J. Eckert

The La Jolla Riford Library has added to its permanent art collection thanks to a donation from San Diego landscape […]

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NSW coastline oil painting set to fetch over $200,000 at auction

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Do you recognize this beach? The mysterious Australian coast oil painting is expected to fetch over $200,000 at auction – […]

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Set of three pastel drawings on brown paper by Claude Monet will be sold as one lot at Woodshed…

Teresa J. Eckert

Group of three pastel drawings on brown paper by the famous French painter Claude Monet (1840-1926), sold in a single […]

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The oil painting attributed to Jasper Francis Cropsey could bring Woodshed $ 200,000 to $ 300,000 …

Teresa J. Eckert

Oil painting on canvas attributed to famous Hudson River School artist Jasper Francis Cropsey, untitled, signed and dated 1878 (est. […]

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