Monthly Archives: November 2009

O do di do do

Imagine listening to the radio inside this magnificent cabinet from George Nakashima! On view through December 24 at Moderne Gallery in Philadelphia, “Early Furniture by George Nakashima, 1936-1956: The Architect Designs” traces the developments of George Nakashima’s early years as … Continue reading

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Beauty of the Seasons

Thanksgiving kicks off this special time of the year when we look inside ourselves. As the light is dying outside, the candle still burns within us, and what a wonderful time of the year to be sentimental and view magnificent … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving!

As I get ready to leave the office and start preparing for the Thanksgiving holiday, I find myself enchanted by this photograph, “Sleepy Hollow” by Olga Sergyeyva. Fellow blogger Carolyn Edelmann sent this image to me with this note: I … Continue reading

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Homage to Hopper

Gas stations, motels, restaurants, theaters, railroads and urban street scenes — Edward Hopper found beauty in their loneliness. Faith Wight pays homage to Hopper in this photograph, on view at Gallery 125’s Point of View, 125 S. Warren St., Trenton. … Continue reading

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Artists’ Stories

Labyrinth Books, 122 Nassau St. Princeton, will be screening Art:21  – Stories: C. Atlas, K. Walker, K. Smith, Do-Ho Suh, T. Doyle Hancock, narrated by filmmaker John Waters, on Nov. 19, 7 p.m.  This episode is on stories and art. … Continue reading

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Home for the Holidays

Pretty soon, when all the leaves have fallen and been raked, we’ll be hunkered down for the winter. Maybe we’ll have snow, maybe we won’t — but wouldn’t it be nice to be in a house like this one, surrounded … Continue reading

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Forming the Figure

Rider University is hosting an exhibit of paintings by artists Charles Cajori and Barbara Grossman,  Cajori/Grossman: Forming the Figure, through Dec. 6 in the Rider University Art Gallery,  Rider campus at 2083 Lawrenceville Road, Lawrence. There will be a Gallery … Continue reading

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Fun with Color

The JB Kline gallery at 25 Bridge St. in Lambertville is holding Leyla Spencer’s fourth exhibit under its roof.  The exhibit will run through  Nov. 29, with an opening reception Nov. 14,  6 to 8:30 p.m. Mosaic is one of … Continue reading

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Long Live Chagall

Imagine visiting this confiserie in Aix-en-Provence. That’s where artist Fay Sciarra traveled to this summer and got the inspiration for this reverse painting on glass. She acquired this cool vintage leaded glass window  from Russell Hutsko, one of the antiques … Continue reading

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On the Movis

Visitors are invited to connect with contemporary art at the Gallery at Mercer County Community College. The exhibit, Connect, encourages viewers to explore some of the ideas and relationships behind 16 installations. Connect runs to Nov. 12, on the second … Continue reading

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