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The Art of Drawing in Crowds
The art exhibition as spectacle is nothing new, but art that inspires people to wait in line—for hours—is emerging as a new art form, or spectacle, unto itself. Most recently, there was Alexander McQueen’s 2011 retrospective at the ...
Coming home: after 34 years, artist returns to Union gallery
The William T. Kemper Art Gallery in the K-State Student Union will be displaying the work of K-State alum Berit Bihl. Although she has had art shows across the U.S. and around the world, this show is a special occasion because it is the first ...
New Corel Painter X3 Inspires Artists to Push the Boundaries of Digital Art
Corel today announced the availability of Painter X3, the world's leading digital art software known for its hundreds of brushes, paper textures and media that perfectly emulate real-world art materials. As an innovator in digital art, Painter ...
Art in everyday life
And their artsy creations are not just restricted to standard canvases. Giving an all-new meaning ... contemporary and traditional at the same time, because being an Indian artist, I think it is important that we reflect an Indian flavour ...
Artist of the Week: Greg Decker brings 'visionary' views to textiles and paintings
A nationally-known oil painter, Decker studied at Oxford University in England and holds two Master of Fine Arts degrees, from Cranbrook Academy of Art and the New York Academy of Art. class="TXBody">During his 12 years in New York, he taught at ...
Wayne County artist creates wearable art in her home
Lexington Herald-Leader on July 14. It is reprinted with permission. Surrounded by the steady chirp of birdsong, Laverne Zabielski, an artist and writer, wraps a pole with fabric and string at her house in the wavy green hills of Wayne County.