On Nov. 5, 2012, Alexander Perepilichnyy went for a jog around his gated neighborhood in the posh southwest London suburb of Weybridge. The 44-year-old was handsome and in good physical health. Mentally, however, he was a nervous wreck. Perepilichnyy This week, a raunchy, longtime painter lets his prehistoric women warriors be fierce and affectionate at the same time, and a much younger Viennese artist gives her paintings long-winded, sassy titles. 5. Movable feast Barbara Grossman’s Breakfast Club Less then a second into the debut LP The Unlawful Trade of Greco-Roman Art, and Sacramento trio So Stressed has fully revealed their plan of attack: Perpetually crashing drums, buzzsawing guitar, and gut-wrenchingly pained howls, combining for one of the Art Day at Viking Village: See what local artists have been working on all winter! The annual Memorial Day weekend Viking Village Art and Crafts Show is Sunday, May 24, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Come to stroll and buy, inside and outside booths of any type Durango prides itself on being an arts town, but if artists wants to make a living while pursuing their art here, it pays to have a career that doesn’t depend on the local market. An economic study proved cultural events are a draw and make an impact on At its forthcoming Art Deco sale held on 26 May, Artcurial will offer eight items by the cabinet-maker Eugène Printz, one of the major representatives of the French Art Deco in furniture. A self-taught cabinetmaker and decorator, Printz progressed from .
BREMERTON — After eight months in the Kitsap County Jail, Sally Birge could have taken a turn for the worse. “The loud noise just about drove me nuts,” she said. It was art, she said, that got her through. “Without art I would have gone crazy Museum curators, art restorers, archaeologists and the broader public will soon be able to learn much more about paintings and other historic objects, thanks to an EU project which has become a pioneer in non-invasive art exploration techniques, based on a The lead curator who oversaw “America Is Hard to See,” the inaugural show at the Whitney Museum of American Art’s new home downtown, is taking on a new role intended to boost the museum’s international profile. Donna De Salvo, the Whitney’s chief Photo provided by Allison Wrenn — Runnels School advanced placement art student Aidan Heck, a senior, won Student’s Choice, Headmaster’s Choice and Assistant Principal’s Choice awards for her watercolor, ‘Balance,’ during an April art show. .