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Roundup: Modern Bible illumination; hula; First Nations baptism design; father-daughter waltz; Tamayo and Parker

NEW BOOK: ESV Illuminated Bible (2017): In October Crossway released a new Bible illuminated by Seattle-based designer and lettering artist Dana Tanamachi. Printed in two-color (the illuminations are in gold ink), this volume contains one full-page illustration, custom icon, and illuminated drop cap for each book of the Bible, plus hundreds of hand-lettered Bible verses throughout the margins. 1,136 more words

Visual Art

Tamayo: The New York Years at Smithsonian American Art Museum, November 3 - March 18, 2018

“RUFINO TAMAYO (1899–1991), one of the most celebrated artists of the twentieth century, formed many of his ideas about art during his extended sojourns in New York City between 1926 and 1949. 834 more words


Art and the Zoo with no animals

Chapultepec is the largest green space in Latin America (so the sign says) and contains numerous places of interest including the world famous Museo de Antropologia. 536 more words

POETRY: Amethyst by Beau William Beakhouse

Beau William Beakhouse is a writer currently residing in Cardiff. Having dropped out of university in response to its systemic, limited way of teaching the arts, he now co-edits Lumin and intends to start his own creative space. 280 more words

" In art, there are millions of paths — as many paths as there are artists."

” In art, there are millions of paths — as many paths as there are artists.”

— Rufino Tamayo, painter, printmaker, sculptor, Mexican


Museo Rufino Tamayo

Tamayo (1899-1991) was a celebrated abstract artist from Oaxaca and amassed a formidable collection of pre-Hispanic artefacts during his lifetime which are housed in a lovely house dating from 1902. 128 more words