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50 Years of Modern Art

American Moderns 1910-1960: From O’Keeffe to Rockwell is the new Joslyn exhibit opening February 8th to May 17th.  This was a time of huge change in the United States.  The country was emerging as an economic and industrial power, but also caught in the throes of two world wars and the Great Depression.

The chasm developing between those who became incredibly rich from industrialization and those who immigrated...


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‘Sexperts’ Agree!

It’s true that artists aren’t exactly “sexperts,” at least not in a scientific or academic manner. Yet neither are they foreign to sex whether they eroticize, satirize or romanticize the subject in the medium of choice.

No matter the approach, in a society increasingly more politically correct, surveilled and censored, we often turn to artists of all kind to express what comes naturally for our own entertainment...


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F is for ‘FIBER’

F is for FIBER beginning in February at creative center KANEKO, when it opens a suite of textile-themed exhibitions at 6pm on Feb. 6 and running through April 25.

Six distinct shows provide a sampler of historical and contemporary thread arts, from inspired utilitarian design to that with solely artistic intention.

Visitors will first be delighted with Florabunda, a vibrant private collection of floral Hawaiian...


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‘Forgiveness Series’

Connect Gallery will host Robert Klein Engler’s Forgiveness Series February 4-28, with a reception on February 20, 5:30-9 p.m.

Robert Engler began creating these brightly hued works on paper in New Orleans two years ago.  Ranging greatly in size, each work is carefully crafted, using cut paper and painting techniques in a panoply of media choices. 

Referring to the designerly flat shapes of early pioneers of...


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