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Art: Homework at NVision

1 Comments · Monday, December 29, 2008
Homework includes mixed-media paintings, collage and embroidery by Arynn and Joel Blazer. he artwork of the husband-and-wife pair fits right in with NVISION’s eclectic mix of vintage and handmade clothing and furniture. The figures in Joel Blazer’s work are reduced to distorted shapes in colors that defy reality and recall decades past. As evident in “Family Portrait,” patterns and prints from dress patterns or cardboard give depth to his two-dimensional work. Arynn Blazer’s work also has a vintage feel. For “Inner Beauty,” she embroidered organic shapes on floral fabric and framed it beside a mirror. Hung beside her husband’s “Floral Portrait,” the mutual influence is clear. Through Jan. 18.  

Manifest Gallery's juried show focuses on eight artists

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 23, 2008
BY Angela Kilduff | Posted 07/23/2008 Manifest Gallery Metra Mitchell  

Art: Review: Kingdoms

Tim McMichael's work speaks volumes at Clay Street Press

0 Comments · Sunday, June 15, 2008
Tim McMichael's work turns nations on end -- or sometimes just 90 degrees. A simple rotation changes the context of familiar shapes of countries or states with an effect that is unexpectedly dra  

Art: Review: Carl Solway Gallery Shows

Katy Stone's and Christopher Tanner's work shines

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 21, 2008
On a recent Friday evening, the guests at Carl Solway Gallery turned their eyes from the art on the walls to watch the artist, Christopher Tanner, dressed in drag with a blonde wig and full-lengt  

Art: Review: All Mixed Up

Old meets new at The Carnegie in Covington

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 30, 2008
Antiques mix and mingle with modern technology in the Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center's current show All Mixed Up. While the first floor is devoted solely to antique quilts, the artwo  

Art: Review: Space Is the Place

The CAC's latest exhibition rewards thoughful, adventurous viewers

0 Comments · Monday, March 10, 2008
Space Is the Place is a challenging exhibition that looks at the possibilities and the past of space exploration. Contemporary Arts Center Curator of Education Scott Boberg described the artists  

Art: Review: Lines, Webs and Sites

Paul Kass makes building supplies work as art

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 23, 2008
Paul Kass makes fine art with materials you might find in your garage, but his work is anything but ordinary. An interest in form, structure, pattern and color defines his sculpture, and his unco  

Art: Review: Jewels of Time

Celebrating the art of time at the Taft Museum

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 9, 2008
Time is likely on your mind as another year begins. For one more gorgeous reminder, take a look at the treasure trove of timepieces on display at the Taft Museum of Art in the exhibition Jewels o