Monthly Archives: July 2016

July Offerings – Part XXXI: Something to Delight both Head and Heart

American Art – Part I of V: David Kasman In the words of one writer, “David Kasman is best known for his bronze sculptures as well as his direct observation oil paintings of beaches, Boston and Maine. He earned a … Continue reading

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July Offerings – Part XXX: Something to Delight both Head and Heart

American Art – Part I of VII: Irina Furman Artist Statement: “Being an artist is an intrinsic part of just plain being for me. It is as natural as breathing. The ability to create, be inspired, and inspire is what … Continue reading

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July Offerings – Part XXIX: Something to Delight both Head and Heart

American Art – Part I of V: John Charles Terelak In the words of one writer, “John Charles Terelak is recognized as one of America’s finest living impressionists. Born in Boston, Massachusetts, he received formal art instruction at the Vesper … Continue reading

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July Offerings – Part XXVIII: Something to Delight both Head and Heart

American Art – Part I of IX: Michael Marrinan Artist Statement: “Living on Cape Cod and have done for the last twelve years. How can you not paint?” Below – “Chatham Light”; “Evening Sky”; “Spring Day”; “Cape Reflections.” “Man is … Continue reading

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July Offerings – Part XXVII: Something to Delight both Head and Heart

American Art – Part I of III: Ken Worley In the words of one writer, “For the past twenty years, eco-landscape has been Ken Worley’s subject of choice, depicting a still and simplified nature, where every tree looks like a … Continue reading

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July Offerings – Part XXVI: Something to Delight both Head and Heart

American Art – Part I of IV: Tom Reed In the words of one writer, “Tom Reed is a painter and master printer. Reed, in addition to being a working artist, is a senior lecturer at Washington University’s Sam Fox … Continue reading

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July Offerings – Part XXV: Something to Delight both Head and Heart

American Art – Part I of VIII: Heather Bennett In the words of one writer, “‘Four Stories’ is composed of what seems to be a few vignettes, each told through a series of photographs. The image structure suggests familiar narrative … Continue reading

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American Art – From the “Ed Ruscha and the Great American West” exhibition at the de Young Museum: Part III

Below – “Psycho Spaghetti Western #5” (2010); “Fina – Groom, Texas” (1962); “Buffalo” (1989); “Pool #2” (1962); “Filthy McNasty’s” (1976); “Coyote” (1986); “Hudson – Amarillo, Texas” (1962); “The Final End” (1992).

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American Art – From the “Ed Ruscha and the Great American West” exhibition at the de Young Museum: Part II

Below “Coyote” (1989); “Pick, Pan, Shovel” (1980); “Conoco – Shamrock, Texas” (1962); “Pool #5” (1968); Union – Needles, California” (1962); “Uncertain Frontier” (1987); “Hollywood in the Rain” (1969); “Whiskey A-Go-Go” (1976).

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American Art – From the “Ed Ruscha and the Great American West” exhibition at the de Young Museum: Part I

Below – “America’s Future” (1979); “Standard Station” (1966); “Desert Gravure” (2006); “Ghost Station” (2011); “The Old Tool & Die Building” (2004); “Western” (1991); “Hollywood” (1968); “A Particular Kind of Heaven” (1983).

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