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Some Art News!

Well, once again it’s been quite awhile since my last post here. I wanted to update folks about an exciting opportunity to acquire not just my jewels but work by local artists from Portland, Maine, where I now live! 211 more words

Jewelry

CSArt Lincoln

I just applied for the Community Supported Art commission here in Lincoln which (if accepted) requires each artist to produce 50 original pieces of art. In continuing some of my most recent conceptual pieces, I proposed to make a sort of homage to some of my conceptual art idols – Joseph Kosuth, Sol LeWitt, et al. 266 more words

Projects

Vesna Pavlovic

Serbian-born Vesna Pavlovic received an MFA at Columbia University. She came to Nashville to teach photography and digital media at Vanderbilt University, where she received the Robert Penn Warren Fellowship. 80 more words

Herb Williams

Often associated with his Crayola crayon sculptures, Herb Williams studied at Birmingham Southern College and in 2011 received a grant from the National Endowment from the Arts. 57 more words

Emily Leonard

Tennessee native Emily Leonard’s paintings celebrate the landscape of Middle Tennessee while working to distill the passage of time into one moment or object. She says, “Our stories and the story of the land join, at once being lived and being told with the spaces between seamlessly shifting, expanding.” In works such as this hand-colored print of an owl (2011), she deconstructs images and rebuilds the forms with painstaking layering of washes and gestures. 27 more words

Community Supported Art Project! At the Sharon Arts Center in Peterborough, NH

  • TO BUY A SHARE, CALL (603)924-2787.

CSArt Project 2 • Summer 2012

What is a CSA?

Over the last 20 years, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) has become a popular way for consumers to buy seasonal food directly from local farms. 367 more words

Sculpture

Hearts and thoughts

In what can often be a complex, stressed out time of year for people who don’t make plans or plan ahead appropriately for the commercial holiday that makes up Valentine’s Day or Valentine’s Weekend or Valentine’s Month as it may be (“people” not pertaining to this writer and most of the people reading this right now of course), I will make this coming weekend very easy for you to make it the best one in awhile.  829 more words