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Beatles animator brings paintings to Pineville gallery show

Beatles animator brings paintings to Pineville gallery showArticle from Charlotte Observer: If you watched Saturday morning cartoons, TBS, Nickelodeon, Disney or reruns on cable over the past 50 years, chances are you’ve encountered animator Ron Campbell’s iconic artwork. And chances are his work made an impression on your young mind. The 76-year-old Australian-born artist helped [...]

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At the Broad Museum, the Architecture Rivals the Art

At the Broad Museum, the Architecture Rivals the ArtArticle from The Atlantic: Los Angeles’s newest contemporary art museum, the Broad, sits across the street from Frank Gehry’s Walt Disney Concert Hall. Few buildings could be expected to rival the space-age angles of Gehry’s iconic 2003 structure, but the Broad certainly tries, presenting itself as a [...]

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San Francisco’s latest high-rent victim: the Cartoon Art Museum

San Francisco’s latest high-rent victim: the Cartoon Art MuseumArticle from The Guardian:The final art on display at the Mission Street location includes original art from two of Irish artist Tomm Moore’s films, The Secret of Kells (pictured) and Song of the Sea. Photograph: Tomm Moore Workers at San Francisco’s Cartoon Art Museum were in full [...]

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University of Montana art museum hosts free screening of POW documentary

University of Montana art museum hosts free screening of POW documentaryArticle from The Missoulian: The Montana Museum of Arts and Culture will host a pair of events on Thursday that tie into an exhibition of artwork from a World War II prisoner of war. Through Saturday, Sept. 12, the museum at the University of Montana [...]

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Denver Art Museum makes a case for a forgotten art world genius

Denver Art Museum makes a case for a forgotten art world geniusArticle from The Denver Post: Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione was one of the first artists to make monotype prints. This is “The Head of an Oriental,” from the 1640s. (Provided by the Denver Art Museum) We think of museums as collections of art, but they’re [...]

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New $75 Million Museum Featuring Western and Native American Art Planned for … – Artforum

New $ 75 Million Museum Featuring Western and Native American Art Planned for … – ArtforumArticle from New $ 75 Million Museum Featuring Western and Native American Art Planned for … – Artforum: August 22, 2015 Tom James, the executive chairman of Raymond James Financial, has unveiled plans to buy the first two floors of [...]

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Suffolk art gallery moving to Eastern Shore

Suffolk art gallery moving to Eastern ShoreArticle from The Virginian-Pilot:By James Thomas Jr. Virginian-Pilot correspondent © August 16, 2015 Moving an established business after 20 years can be risky, but Brenda C. Wright of Shooting Star Gallery on Main Street believes the right move can help jump-start a business — and she’s used to taking [...]

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Association sponsoring exhibit of Anton Gag paintings

Association sponsoring exhibit of Anton Gag paintingsArticle from Mankato Free Press: NEW ULM — Paintings by a Bohemian immigrant who lived around the turn of the last century are on display in the house he built for his family. Anton Gag brought along his easel and brushes as he traveled throughout the region looking for [...]

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Art Gallery Listings Aug. 16, 2015

Art Gallery Listings Aug. 16, 2015Article from Chico Enterprise-Record: CHICO All Fired Up! Gallery and Ceramic Art Center: 830 Broadway. 894-5227. www.allfiredupchico.com. Open 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Saturday, Noon-4 p.m. Sunday. Combination art gallery, fully equipped working ceramic studio and ceramic supply outlet. Amber Palmer Counseling Center and Art Gallery: Mind Vacations Through Watercolor with Amber [...]

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Muscarelle to present Haukohl collection of paintings, sculptures

Muscarelle to present Haukohl collection of paintings, sculpturesArticle from William and Mary News: The Muscarelle Museum of Art at William & Mary will open a new exhibition, Twilight of a Golden Age: Florentine Painting after the Renaissance, on Saturday. The exhibition features more than 20 important paintings and sculptures of the 17th and 18th centuries [...]

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