March, 2013

NOGUCHI MUSEUM CONTINUES ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE WEEKENDS WITH DEMONSTRATIONS AND ARTIST-TALK BY AYAMI AOYAMA

The Noguchi Museum’s Artist-in-Residence Weekends, organized in conjunction with the exhibition Hammer, Chisel, Drill: Noguchi’s Studio Practice, continue in March with demonstrations and an artist talk by Ayami Aoyama. Master stone carver and native of Japan, Ms. Aoyama will demonstrate specific techniques for splitting stone as she uses a variety of hand tools to create […]

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New-York Historical Society opens Audubon’s Aviary. The Complete Flock

New-York Historical Society opens Audubon’s Aviary. The Complete Flock

New-York Historical Society presents Audubon’s Aviary. The Complete Flock, an exhibition on view March 08, 2013 – May 19, 2013. John James Audubon (1785–1851), Northern Bobwhite (Colinus virginianus) and Red-shouldered Hawk (Buteo lineatus), Study for Havell pl. no. 76, ca. 1825. Watercolor, pastel, graphite, black ink, oil, gouache, black chalk, collage, and outlining with a […]

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Scottish National Portrait Gallery presents Tickling Jock. Comedy Greats from Sir Harry Lauder to Billy Connolly

Scottish National Portrait Gallery presents Tickling Jock. Comedy Greats from Sir Harry Lauder to Billy Connolly

Scottish National Portrait Gallery presents Tickling Jock. Comedy Greats from Sir Harry Lauder to Billy Connolly an exhibition on view through 25 May, 2013. John Byrne, Billy Connolly, b. 1942. Entertainer. Oil on canvas 54.00 x 39.00 cm. National Galleries of Scotland. Tickling Jock celebrates Scotland’s masters of mirth and our truly distinctive contribution to […]

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National Portrait Gallery opens George Catlin. American Indian Portraits

National Portrait Gallery opens George Catlin. American Indian Portraits

The National Portrait Gallery in London opens George Catlin. American Indian Portraits an exhibition on view 7 March through 23 June 2013. Stu-Mick-o-Sucks, Buffalo Bill’s Back Fat, Head Chief, Blood Tribe, Blackfoot/Kainai by George Catlin, 1832 © Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of Mrs. Joseph Harrison, Jr During the 1830s Pennsylvanian-born artist George Catlin (1796-1872) […]

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