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Drawing in the Sands of Time

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Drawing Itself in Brattleboro

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Drawing is the most immediate and intimate of art forms, at once direct and often tentative or preparatory.... Read More »

Drawing Out of Line

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Drawn to Detail at the DeCordova

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Carol Prusa’s drawings are silverpoint, graphite, and titanium white with acrylic binder on acrylic hemispheres and fiber optics.... Read More »

Dutch Invade Salem

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And now for something completely different. The Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts, is one of the most... Read More »

E. Ambrose Webster’s Time in the Sun

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Edward Steichen’s Manual of Style

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For many years I had a postcard propped up on a bookshelf in my office, a portrait of... Read More »

Elizabeth Peyton Returns to Connecticut

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Everything Old Is New Again

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Art and technology tend to have a love-hate relationship. Some artists embrace the latest technologies as new tools... Read More »

Expressionist Island

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The gentle Cranberry Isles scattered off the shores of rugged Mount Desert Island have provided shelter and subject... Read More »

Eye Spy in Salem

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Fantasy and Fetish on Campus

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Folk Art Is Fine Art

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In this pluralistic 21st century art society, the distinction between fine art and folk art is hardly worth... Read More »

Folk Art of Maine and Massachusetts

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As city after city and state after state begin promoting cultural tourism in hopes of cashing in on... Read More »

Forest Fires and First Traces in Maine

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From Cape Cod to Colby

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For 18 years, Bevin Engman, an artist on the faculty of Colby College in Waterville, Maine, primarily painted... Read More »

From Homer to Hopper

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Georgia O’Keeffe in Portland

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Give ‘Em the Old Razzle Dazzle

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Glorious Tim Clorius

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“The action is in the fingers not the arms,” he says of the difference between easel paintig and... Read More »

Governor Orders Maine Labor Mural Removed

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Graffiti, Street Art or Vandalism?

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First, let me confess that I am not a big fan of graffiti art. The trains that roll... Read More »

HOME at Westport Arts Center

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As it celebrates its 40th anniversary, the Westport Arts Center in Connecticut invited artist Eric Aho to organize... Read More »

iImages and eMirrors

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[Portsmouth Museum of Art, One Harbour Place, Portsmouth NH, 603-436-0332. Institute of Contemporary Art, Maine College of Art,... Read More »

In the Realm of Ideals

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[Chapel Art Center, Saint Anselm College, 100 Saint Anselm Drive, Manchester, NH. 603-641-7470.] Read More »

Indian sculptor at Boston’s ICA

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Anish Kapoor: Past, Present, Future, Institute of Contemporary Art, 100 Northern Ave., Boston, MA. 617-478-3100. Read More »

Indiana Is an Island

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