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Canine Caper

 

‘Art in Motion’ at Odds

 

‘Hair’ Today‚Ķ

 

‘Extravagant Fiction’

 

‘Au Contraire’

 

‘These Referents Register’

 

Prinz Charming

 

Inner Demons

 

‘Costume’ Made Design

 

Fine Fabric

 

Double Vision

Some artists confront nature and the everyday world and illustrate it with all its beauty and mystery intact. Others expose it for all its contradictions and obscurity. In either case, appreciation and interpretation are best left to the viewer.

Christian Rothmann, a Berlin artist, offers his audience similar points of view of the natural and the manmade, but never in the same show or medium. Two current...


Animal Magnetism

“How are you able to form these vessels so that they possess such convincing beauty?’

“Oh,” answers the potter, “you are looking at the mere outward shape. What I am forming lies within. I am interested only in what remains after the pot has been broken.” Centering in Pottery, Poetry, and the Person - Mary Caroline Richards. 

What lies within the large-scale ceramic work of Metro area artist Deborah Masuoka is...


Floor Samples

The walls of the first floor gallery at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts haven’t seen anything quite like this. It is doubtful viewers have either. A current exhibit, The Unorganized Territory, features primarily large-scale tapestry forms by Kansas City artist Garry Noland, who was awarded this solo show as a 2012 Bemis Regional Juried Exhibition winner. But unless you saw that show last year, there is...


Medium Cool

Midwest Arts Midtown has curated an intriguing show with varying points of view. Cool Abstraction features two artists with very different mediums, Gary Day and Michael Tegland.  Day uses his computer animation skills and Tegland uses graphite renderings on panel to deconstruct our idea of abstraction.  Although these two artists use contrasting styles - seeing the juxtaposition of these works may induce the...


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