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Gabriela Herma supporting The Circle - CharityStars.com

“Violet”,  is  the depiction of passion for the artist. It is indeed the color symbolizing this feeling that Herma presents on a black background – black representing the darkness of the night. 44 more words


A Conversation with Erin Guido & John Paul Costello

Interview conducted by Alison Caplan, Akron Art Museum Director of Education

Erin Guido creates brightly colored dynamic shape and text murals often found in surprising places, like abandoned buildings, offering friendly encouragement as they declare “come over all the time” or “hi.” With the help of carpenter John Paul Costello, Guido’s works became durable, movable pieces, such as “How Are You Feeling Today?” a large sculpture that asks visitors to dial in their emotions. 772 more words

pop-up, pop-out, unfold, reveal

From a reproduction of the Victorian pop-up Lothar Meggendorfer’s International Circus to Charlotte Biszewski’s 2014 ‘Le circ’, Cardiff Met’s Special Collections house many books that only reveal their secrets when opened and unfolded. 159 more words

Artists' Books

Meet The Maker: Mridula Harihar, Glass Artist, Full Fuse, Bangalore

Glass artist, Mridula Harihar of Full Fuse talks about her display at the By Hand From The Heart Makers Market, her career highlights and her take on Make in India. 608 more words

By Hand From The Heart

Bravo Gyeongnam Expo 2017

Two additional promotion halls to be newly installed will display a much greater variety of exhibits

Bravo Gyeongnam Expo 2017, the exhibition for specialties in Gyeongnam Province, will be held at Changwon Convention Center(CECO) from November 16 to 19 over a scheduled period of four days. 379 more words


“Collection of a Magpie” by Alice Padovani

A magpie embodies the spirit of the collector

Le Dame Art Gallery are delighted to present “Collection of a Magpie”, the first UK Solo Show of Italian artist Alice Padovani. 354 more words


THE STORY CONTINUES @ HOME, 10/06/2017 - 24/06/2017

W3 Gallery makes a welcome return after a period of dormancy, and I’m especially happy to be part of this Arts Council-supported project as I have a history with the gallery both as an artist and curator. 91 more words