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  • Penn-Mar to hold art show in Baltimore

    Penn-Mar to hold art show in Baltimore
    Art therapy classes at Penn-Mar Human Services in Maryland Line are usually pretty quiet as adults with developmental disabilities paint and draw at a big table in the main activity room. But art instructor and art therapist Katie Gutridge recently had...
  • Travel Postcard: 48 hours in Seattle

    Travel Postcard: 48 hours in Seattle
    SEATTLE (Reuters) - Set between two major mountain ranges, the Olympics and the Cascades, with the Puget Sound's fjord-like waters to the west and massive Lake Washington to the east, Seattle has one of the most dramatic settings of any city in the...
  • June Wayne dies at 93; led revival of fine-art print making

    June Wayne dies at 93; led revival of fine-art print making
    June Wayne, who helped pioneer a revival of fine-art print making in the 1960s when she founded the Tamarind Lithography Workshop in Los Angeles, has died. She was 93. An accomplished artist in her own right, Wayne died Tuesday at her home in Los Angeles...
  • New York Fashion Week: Ralph Rucci's Chado charm

     
    It was such a treat to see Ralph Rucci's Chado collection up close and personal at his studio this season, where it was possible to appreciate the kind of unparalleled workmanship he is doing, right here in New York City.......
  • Art review: 'Some Assembly Required' at Jack Rutberg

     
    Leah Ollman reviews Some Assembly Required at Jack Rutberg Fine Arts...
  • Hats: Not just for royal weddings

     
    The public may have come down with an acute case of hat fever during the royal wedding, but local artist Alma Wieser has always had the condition....
  • Shopping options this weekend

     
    From the Chicago Reader: On Friday, Bucktown's Virtu kicks off a weekend-long trunk show for jewelry designer Anne Sportun with a reception from 4 to 8 PM. The store is offering 10 percent off Sportun's “Experimetal Jewellery” collection...
  • PST, A to Z: ’46 N. Los Robles’ at Pacific Asia, ‘Proof’ at Norton Simon

     
    Pacific Standard Time will explore the origins of the Los Angeles art world through museum exhibitions throughout Southern California over the next six months. Times art reviewer Sharon Mizota has set the goal of seeing all of them. This is......
  • 'A Thousand Words' writers hope it's the start of something big

    'A Thousand Words' writers hope it's the start of something big
    Stephen Sondheim and Georges Seurat. John Guare and Wassily Kandinsky. Edward Albee and Louise Nevelson. Throughout theater history, writers have mined the works and biographies of artists to create such vastly different dramas as "Sunday in the Park...
  • Art review: 'After 1968' at California African American Museum

     
    Nadine Robinson's "Coronation Theme: Organon" is a great, rumbling wall of potential power, a majestic ode to past blood, sweat and tears and a firm promise of future might. Twenty-eight powerhouse audio speakers are stacked high against a wall, the......
  • Chrysler Museum showcases wealth of women's art in its collection

    Chrysler Museum showcases wealth of women's art in its collection
    When you have a permanent collection that runs as deep and rich as that of the Chrysler Museum of Art, you're bound to find all sorts of work that can tell an interesting story. But even people who know the Chrysler well might not have suspected the...
  • The next days of disco

    The next days of disco
    Unless he is entertaining — and his friends do like to hang at his plastic-fantastic bachelor pad — Leon Gazarian is the only living thing in his Encino condominium. If he wants to see plant life, Gazarian looks out the window, past his...