Monthly Archives: March 2010

Sea Change

Jan Purcell is my colleague over at the crosstown paper — she’s been writing about visual arts at The Trenton Times for at least 15 years. She leads the ideal life: Her holy trinity is writing about art, making art … Continue reading

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Strange Bloom

A n n e l i e s  v a n  D o m m e l e n’s  Strange Blooms and is hanging at Secondhand Sam’s on Church Street, Lambertville, through April. (Hours: Wed.-Sun. 11 a.m.-5 p.m.) Writes Ms. … Continue reading

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The Nose Knows

In conjunction with the Metropolitan Opera’s production of The Nose, an opera by Dmitry Shostakovich based on a short story by Nikolai Gogol, the Zimmerli Art Museum is exhibiting four prints by St. Petersburg artist Viktor Vilner (born 1925) through … Continue reading

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It’s Yellow!

“The Lovers’ Knot (Inspired by the Trefoil Knot)” by artist E. Calder Powel is the latest addition to Sculpture Along the Way, the program of placing public art along the roadways leading up to Grounds For Sculpture in Hamilton. At … Continue reading

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Eight Million Gods

Now that it’s officially spring, it’s a great time to enjoy art in the outdoors. The James A. Michener Art Museum is exhibiting stone sculpture by artist Ayami Aoyama in its Outdoor Sculpture Garden  through June 20. Ms. Aoyama’s marble … Continue reading

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Something to Say

Icons, Idols and True Confessions, at the Hunterdon Museum of Art March 28-May 16, will showcase paintings, sculpture and works on paper by Madison-based artist Bette Blank. Her exuberant and often humorous work reflects her unique vision of the world. Drawing … Continue reading

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Homespun

What’s going on down in your basement? Is it where you do laundry, is it where the kids play… and just what are the kids doing down there. The dog in this painting is checking it out. And if I … Continue reading

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Finding Your Center Through Beading

Bead artist and author of Beading – The Creative Spirit: Finding Your Sacred Center through the Art of Beadwork Wendy Ellsworth will give a talk about her work with tribal women in Kenya March 16, 7 p.m., in the cafe … Continue reading

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Hawaiian Hula Ladies

A series of large-scale watercolors of the trunks of trees and mandala-inspired quilts in saturated hues are the latest explorations into luminous color and harmonic design by artist Kate Graves, which will be on exhibit in the ground floor exhibition … Continue reading

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Quilted Mandalas

The Pebble Hill Church Gallery at 320 Edison Furlong Road,  Doylestown, Pa.,  is hosting a solo exhibit of Hindu Deities and Nature by Om Shantih.  The exhibit will run through March 28. Says Om Shantih: “I dedicate this art to … Continue reading

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