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5 Dope Facts on Edmonia Lewis, The First Successful Black Female Sculptor!

1. Edmonia Lewis was born in 1845 to an African American father and Chippewa mother. Her parents died before she turned 5 and she went to live with her mother’s tribe. 283 more words

Welcome to the Most Original and Unique Contemporary African Art Gallery in the UK

It’s my very great pleasure to introduce you to Debs Digby, creator and curator of Fillingdon Fine Art. I first met Debs through our Athena business networking group, and she talked about her colourful contemporary African Art gallery. 1,266 more words


Here, there and everywhere...

Finding the right spot at Eden Gardens for your installation is important.  We’re looking for works that respond specifically to this site, after all.  There are numerous nooks and crannies here in the garden, out on the main roads and even in retail that might suit you. 120 more words

From Soil to Spirit: Remembering California sculptor Stephen De Staebler

Stephen De Staebler’s “Winged Woman Walking X,” 1995, Bronze, AP/UC, 112 x 20 x 49 inches. Photo by Scott McCue.

By and copyright 2011, 2017 Paul Ben-Itzak  497 more words

Sculptures at Killalea 2017

Following the success of the inaugural Sculptures at Killalea, dates have been set for the festival to return in 2017!

Over ten days from Friday 29th September to Sunday 8th October Killalea State Park will again become the backdrop to sculptures and installations from across the country, alongside artist stalls, workshops and performances. 18 more words

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