Monthly Archives: February 2011

Stones, Mandalas and Hazy Seas

A cure for Cabin Fever awaits in area art galleries. Start your tour at Stuart Country Day School’s Considine Gallery, where Thinking by Eye: Art Faculty at Stuart Country Day School is on view through March 11. Speaking of touring the galleries, … Continue reading

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From Trenton to Africa, then Maine

Ever since there were threats last fall that the Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie would be shuttering due to a lack of funds, I’ve been eager to get over there and find out what’s going on. “We are alive and … Continue reading

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Jewels in the Sky

In 2003, Ludmila Aristova left her native Moscow, following her daughter, Elena, to Brooklyn.  She looked at the New York City skyline and saw jewels. And so the Moscow Textile Institute graduate who creates one-of-a-kind wearable works of art began … Continue reading

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Michael Graves: Remembered and Imagined Landscapes

The tubes of paint are neatly splayed out on the desk. Jars are filled with brushes that have been lovingly cleaned. On an easel sits a pencil sketch, the beginning of a new work. When he sits here at the … Continue reading

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