Tag Archives: painting

The Shape of Things

In painting after painting in Shilo Ratner’s soon-ending solo exhibition at DaSilva Gallery, big blocks of color meet contrasting angles and lines and bands. …

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Master Strokes

Step into the exhibition Eileen Hogan: Personal Geographies, on view at the Yale Center for British Art through August 11, and you’ll know you’re in the presence of a master. …

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Unsettling In

We have expectations of our furniture: that it will be comfortable, sturdy, beautiful, useful. But…

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Seers

Some numbers carry more value than others. Some carry more weight. …

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Faithful Interpretations

Szopki detail in Christmas in Poland at the Knights of Columbus Museum

A photo essay. To view all 27 images, check out the email version.

The annual Christmastime crèche exhibition at…

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Mural Support

One of the most valued items in the Great Hall at the Peabody Museum of Natural History is only 71 years old, a mere newborn compared to the fossilized bones of the museum’s famous brontosaurus. …

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Near and Wide

Two days before the launch of this year’s City-Wide Open Studios festival, the Orange Street headquarters of organizer Artspace was awhirl with color and activity. …

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Maker Space

The artist-teachers at Creative Arts Workshop make what they do look easy. Their students know it’s not. …

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Pretty Pleas

Kehler Liddell Gallery

I sit in front of Hong Hong’s 8×12-foot work on paper with Shakespeare on my mind. …

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False and True

Rachel Hellerich creates extra-dimensional paintings. You’d be forgiven for not knowing exactly what that means, because, until you see her work—especially in person—it sounds unimaginable. …

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