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Check out the ECSC SHRED Art Show

Check out the ECSC SHRED Art Show

August 26, 2012 Time: All Day Location: Virginia Aquarium   SHRED, the Show for Hampton Roads Excellence in Design, was born in an effort to expand our local design community and create a thriving epicenter to communicate and collaborate. SHRED is a fundraising competition and art exhibition […]

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How Do I Get Started in Ceramics, or What is My Next Step?

How Do I Get Started in Ceramics, or What is My Next Step?

How Do I Get Started in Ceramics, or What is My Next Step? I often get asked, “I want to start doing ceramics, what do I need?” This week I will talk about the many types of ceramics and how one may get involved in them. If […]

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Leonardo DaVinci said…

  Click link to see a video on the life of Leonardo DaVinci

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Aqua: Wine by Design Friday night at MOCA

Aqua: Wine by Design Friday night at MOCA

For additional information on the art scene follow the blog on Art Galleries in Virginia Beach

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ART PARIS ART FAIR

ART PARIS ART FAIR

ART PARIS ART FAIR 31st MARCH – 3rd APRIL 2016 30th MARCH – 2nd APRIL 2017 Grand Palais, Avenue Winston Churchill, 75008 Paris HOURS By invitation only Trade Opening, Wednesday 30th March: 2pm – 6pm Vernissage, Wednesday 30th March: 6pm – 10pm Opening hours Thursday 31st March […]

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Buttons as contemporary art, reimagined in NYC exhibition

Buttons as contemporary art, reimagined in NYC exhibition

By Ula Ilnytzky Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) – There’s no denying buttons are an important clothing item, but can they rise to the level of art? A new exhibition at a Manhattan gallery proves they can. In the hands of 11 artists, the everyday, mundane objects […]

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Top 10 Museums and Galleries – National Geographic

Top 10 Museums and Galleries – National Geographic

From the National Geographic book The 10 Best of Everything Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. The Smithsonian is the world’s largest research and museum complex, with 19 museums and galleries, the National Zoological Park, and various research stations. More than 137 million objects detailing America’s story are housed here, […]

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Can Detroit Artist’s Lawsuit Protect Her Mural From Building Owners?

Can Detroit Artist’s Lawsuit Protect Her Mural From Building Owners?

By Ephrat Livni, Esq. on January 7, 2016 2:58 PM A Detroit artist is suing under federal law to protect a mural she made from destruction by new building owners. The mural is considered a symbol of the rising stature of the North End neighborhood where the […]

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“Walking Houses” a way to get Norfolk excited about public art

They seem to appear out of nowhere. The whimsical chalk sketches pressed firmly into the concrete sidewalks in downtown Norfolk are familiar – a slice of nostalgia for anyone who played with chalk as a child in front of the family home. But this isn’t the work […]

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From Zig Ziglar’s Little Instruction Book

From Zig Ziglar’s Little Instruction Book

This little story Charles Getts tells in Guideposts emphasizes the attitude of “enjoying” the price. In old age, Pierre Auguste Renoir, the great French painter, suffered from arthritis, which twisted and cramped his hand. Henri Matisse, his artist friend, watched sadly while Renoir, grasping a brush with […]

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