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In 2022, Dark Horse Comics and Dark Horse Direct will celebrate the twentieth anniversary of Mike Mignola and Dave Stewart’s seminal Eisner Award-winning comic The Amazing Screw-On Head and Other Curious Objects with a brand-new fine art print, featuring all-new art by Mignola and Stewart. This limited-edition print measures 18” x 24”. It will be limited to 300 prints and will retail for $49.99. Fans ...

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“The Horse Fair” Epitomizes Rosa Bonheur’s Unusual Role in Art History – ARTnews.com

Unveiled at the Paris Salon of 1853, Rosa Bonheur’s The Horse Fair was an instant sensation. The great canvas, more than sixteen feet long, toured internationally for two years; soon, the image circulated in smaller painted versions and printed reproductions. Featuring some twenty horses and nearly forty grooms, dealers, and prospective buyers, the composition teems with an unruly vitality barely contained by the overall ...

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Churchill Unveils 2022’s Official Art Of The Kentucky Derby – Horse Racing News

Churchill Downs released Monday the 2022 “Official Art of the Kentucky Derby” by Kentucky artist Aimee Griffith. This is the sixth year in a row that Churchill Downs has tapped a Kentucky artist for this honor. Griffith, who was born and raised in Bardstown and resides in Lexington, utilizes watercolor as her primary medium because of the luminosity, the gradients and unexpected nature of ...

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WHOA! seeks equestrian artworks for Art of the Horse show | News

The Woodside-area Horse Owners Association (WHOA!) is inviting artists to celebrate the beauty of all things equine. The organization has put out a call for artists to submit works to its juried show of horse-themed art that will kick off the association's annual Day of the Horse weekend in mid-October. Woodside-area Horse Owners Association (WHOA!) has put out a call for artists to submit ...

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Martin says arts could be part of Congoleum and White Horse properties

To fully survey and assess the current state and direction of the arts and culture in Hamilton, the government’s role with and attitude toward the arts is a key component. Hamilton Post arts columnist Thomas Kelly sat down and spoke with Mayor Jeff Martin in mid-November. The coronavirus pandemic has dominated Martin’s first year as mayor. But, as Martin has promised to build bridges ...

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Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art Presents “Behold a Pale Horse,” A Solo Exhibition by Brent Holmes | News Center

The Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art is proud to present "Behold a Pale Horse," a solo exhibition by Las Vegas artist Brent Holmes from Jan. 15 through April 2. Working through a variety of media, Holmes practices an active meditation on the challenges of manifesting the contemporary and historical presence of Black voices in the American West.  Observing that “actions lead to objects,” the ...

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