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Tag Archives: painter

Where Else Can I See the Work of the LIFT Artists?

Dec

06

The LIFT exhibition showcases the raw talent of local artists, but many of these artists are also involved in other projects in the community and around the state. Check out some of the good press they’ve been receiving!

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Talks & Tea: Afternoons at the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens

Oct

17

Talks & Tea offers opportunities for both social and mental connections to the artwork at the Museum, combined with delicious refreshments in a comfortable setting. Once a month, an art historian, artist, or other expert facilitates informational and educational discussions on a variety of topics related to the Museum’s Permanent Collection and special exhibitions. This […]

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What’s blooming? Rosa Ausboard!

Sep

18

More commonly referred to as Gertrude Jekyll roses, these flower are named after the famed…

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Art & Science: Five Patterns in Nature

Aug

26

Summer was a time of discovery for the campers and I, revolving around the patterns found in nature. Specifically five patterns; admittedly, some writings champion greater numbers, with categories slightly different, being more or less inclusive, but five served us quite well. Spiral, meander, explosion, packing, and branching are the…

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In the Gallery: The Nameless River by Jasper F. Cropsey, 1846

Jul

23

Jasper F. Cropsey–born in Rossville, New York, was a 19th century American Hudson River landscape painter. He was a member of the second generation of the Hudson River School that…

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In the Gallery: Café L’Avenue, Paris by Richard E. Miller

Jun

25

Written by Jocelyn Boigenzahn, Curatorial Intern Richard E. Miller was an American painter who holds a high place in the American School of Impressionism, he was especially known for his paintings of female figures in sunlit interiors.  While in Paris he became an integral part of the American Impressionist art colony — there he lived, […]

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