Geometric Progression

As social activism, and social practice take hold in pushing the definition of “what is art?”, it is good to know a purely visual aesthetic is still relevant. The evidence of such is on view in Modern Arts Midtown’s current exhibition Abstract Works at MAM: A survey of Peter Hill’s hard-edged geometric painting including new […]

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MEN at WORK (and Play)

Through Jan. 12 MEN at WORK (and Play) Sunderland Gallery Cultural Center of St. Cecelia Cathedral 3900 Webster St. Tuesday – Friday, 11 AM – 4 PM, Third Sunday of the month, 10:30 AM – 4 PM www.cathedralartsproject.org/ The new work by sculptor Paul Konchagulianthoughtfully constructs a balance between the sacred and profane in this […]

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‘Men at work…

The Sunderland, St. Cecilia Cathedral’s Arts Project Gallery, is currently featuring an exhibition of new work by sculptor Paul Konchagulian.  MEN at WORK (and Play) thoughtfully constructs a balance between the sacred and profane in this exhibition of steel sculpture on view through January 12, 2014. “I really love what steel does,” Konchagulian said at […]

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‘Objects of My Attention’

Catherine Ferguson: The Objects of My Attention seems at first like a conversation in which the object being discussed is visible but not seen. The photographs and cast bronzes in this current exhibition at Modern Arts Midtown have a dialogue, but the actual glass objects from which they were distilled are not there. “The original […]

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‘I Can Grow Tall’

The 1960s art world found ‘ideas expressed by words’ taking on as much significance as ‘images painted on canvas’. Metro area artist Angela Drakeford continues this tradition in the exhibition I Can Grow Tall, presently on view at the Bemis Center’s Carver Bank location in North Omaha. A UNO graduate, Drakeford’s interest in text-based work […]

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Beautiful Dreamer

In keeping with its tradition of exhibiting exceptional fine art prints, Gallery 72 offers Endi Poskovic: It Was All Just a Dream: Selections from 2003 – 2013 featuring over 45 works by this gifted artist and educator. The exhibition presents Poskovic’s signature color woodblock prints that reference a Japanese genre or style known as ukiyo-e. […]

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‘Vermin.me’ & You

Hammering. Chopping. Pushing. Plumbing. Adjusting. If you think its work, it is. Jamie Burmeister’s Vermin.me, 4-inch human-like sculptures in caricature and engaged in ordinary, everyday activities and drama– are hard at it in the new exhibition Jamie Burmeister and Company at Modern Arts Midtown.  The Company includes not only Burmeister’s vermin, but also other figurative […]

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Making a Good Impression

Fine Art printmaking refers to the process of generating an original image with a particular printing technique such as lithography, etching, relief, or screen printing. Vinton Street’s Gallery 72 is presently exhibiting a wide selection of screen prints printed by Master Printer Norm Stewart of Stewart and Stewart Fine Art Prints based in Bloomfield Hills, […]

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People Pleasers

Portrait photography’s capacity to delight and inform takes center stage in PEOPLE Pleasing PEOPLE Pleasing PEOPLE like you, RNG Gallery’s newest exhibition. It is an experience of photographic sensibility as seen through the lens of three different photographers, Rob Gilmer, Machaela Morrissey, and Rob Walters. Despite the familiarity of these mostly candids and informal gatherings […]

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