Monthly Archives: December 2009

Be Careful What You Wish For

That’s the title of this piece by Eric Schultz. I first saw it on the wall of Coby Green-Rikfin at Grounds For Sculpture in September, before it moved on to a show at the Chapin School (4101 Princeton Pike, Lawrence, … Continue reading

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Peach Winter Moon

Consider this painting by Nancy Peach my Winter Solstice card on The Artful Blogger. Interestingly, the slug on the jpeg image was “Peach Winter Moon,” the Washington, D.C.-based artist’s last name and the title of the painting. But the moon … Continue reading

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From Bauhaus to Our House

Roosevelt, NJ, has a rich artistic heritage. It is, of course, home to the mural, pictured at left, painted by Ben Shahn, in what was then a town known as Jersey Homesteads. A studio sale at the Assifa Space, 40 … Continue reading

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New Look at New Deal Murals

Curious about the fabulous murals in the heart of our capital city? Enjoy a six-block walk in Trenton led by David Leopold, guest curator of Charles W. Ward: Paintings for People, on view at the James A. Michener Art Museum … Continue reading

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The Unexamined Wife

Why yet another book on the painter Paul Cezanne-one of the “heroes” of modernism?  Because there are 24 oil portraits he painted of his wife, Hortense, that have barely been examined. Labyrinth Books, 122 Nassau St., Princeton, is hosting the … Continue reading

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