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Ready To Paint Village In The Snow – Part One

Today popular artist Terry Harrison shows you how to paint in watercolour a picturesque village, set in the snow of winter. Using masking fluid, to highlight areas of snow, Terry also shows you how to easily add the sun to this breathtaking composition, by simply using a coin! With his trademark brushes, he guides you with ease through this winter scene, showing you that not ...

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‘The Public Is Ready’: A New Art Fair in a 5-Star Hotel in Warsaw Hopes to Draw In Poland’s Bright, Young Base of Collectors

Warsaw will have its first contemporary art fair in a hotel this September to cater a growing number of young collectors and art aficionados in Poland emerging from the post-Communist era, despite being haunted by the shadow of an ongoing war nearby. Running from September 9 to 11 (with the first day as the preview day), the first edition of Hotel Warszawa Art Fair ...

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Art group members ready for summer exhibition

MEMBERS of Llanfair Art Group are busy gearing up for their summer exhibition, sorting through pictures, framing them for display and putting rotas together for people to man the display. The exhibition, in the Neuadd Goffa just next to Harlech Castle, runs from Saturday, 23 July to Friday, 5 August, and admission is free. Pictured, above and below, are just some of the pieces ...

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Ramsgate’s York Street Gallery gets ready to celebrate ten years of making art accessible for all – The Isle Of Thanet News

Mike marks 10 years of the York Street Gallery A Ramsgate art gallery that was initially to be a five-year project will hold a celebration for its 10th anniversary next month. During the weekend of August 6-7  York Street Gallery will celebrate the milestone with special offers and complimentary drinks. In 2012 Mike Samson established the gallery in what was an empty shop next ...

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Venice Biennale Artist Louise Bonnet Is Relying on a Proven Tool to Get Ready for the World’s Biggest Art Show: Insomnia

Each week leading up to the 59th Venice Biennale in April, Artnet News brings you into the studio of an artist as they prepare for acclaimed exhibitions in and around the exhibition.   Born in Switzerland, Los Angeles-based painter Louise Bonnet is known for her grotesque, bloated figures whose contorted bodies remain eerily faceless. The resulting works are both darkly humorous, filled with pathos, and oddly relatable. ...

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Top Curator Leaves LA MOCA, Saying Leadership Isn’t Ready to ‘Fully Embrace’ Diversity and Inclusion + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most consequential developments coming out of the art world and art market. Here’s what you need to know on this Tuesday, April 20. NEED-TO-READ Dutch Museum Defies Government to Settle With Collector’s Heirs – In a sign of shifting attitudes toward restitution in the Netherlands, the Museum de Fundatie has overturned a 2013 decision by ...

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Magnificent light and art festival ready to launch in Riyadh with spectacular installations by more than 60 international artists

Over 60 celebrated global artists from as far and wide as Canada, Mexico, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom and United States and including 23 leading Saudi artists have been selected to display significant works of light art under the theme of 'Under One Sky' as a symbol of unity. Noor Riyadh is part of the larger Riyadh Art program ...

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