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Arts

A-LIst Show & Tell

 

Flower Power

 

Check Out the Art

 

Many Faces

 

Geometric Progression

 

Two for the Show

 

Breaking the Mold

 

Street Gambler

 

Drive by Shooting

 

‘The Sacraments of Domesticity’

 

Child’s Play

Entering the Metropolitan Community College Gallery of Art and Design, one finds it peculiar as to why the walls are not full of artist Claudia Alvarez’s familiar, figurative two-dimensional work of children in watercolor and oil. After all, the large wall space provides ample opportunity to show-off her expressive ability on paper and canvas in Alvarez’ current show, History of Immigration exhibition up thru...


Photo Memory

Ask anyone for a record of the past 14 years of their life and it’s likely to be a photographic one, whether in video, album or on Facebook. Either still or moving, the images will document the personal memories of all that is broadly near and dear to them in time, space and identity.

But make that request of arts photographers and they are more likely to display their work as the best representation of who they...


Royal Performance

Looking at Wendy Jane Bantam’s fanciful, surrealistic oil paintings of animals in carnival and theatre scenes, you want them to move, to show you what happens next, but, said Bantam, the story is all up to the viewer.

Many of the pieces in A Night at the Orpheum: The Queen’s Cabaret, the current exhibit at Modern Arts Midtown until Mar. 31, could be book-cover illustrations for fairy tales, sometimes dark fairy...


Bird Watching

Joseph Broghammer’s species of birds now roosting at Anderson O’Brien Gallery in the Old Market might challenge any Ornithologist studying bird behavior. Not perched for flight, including those with wings outstretched, these birds have made their claim.

They each occupy a large amount of space. As protagonists in the depiction of the human condition they are linked to Chicago Imagism which had its beginnings in...


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