The Museum of Geometric and MADI Art in Dallas is seeking entrants for its fourth Biennial, with an entry deadline of April 15, 2017. Approximately thirty entries selected by Juror Magdalena Arria of Caracas, Venezuela, will be exhibited in the Museum between July 28 and October 22, 2017. At the opening on July 28th, three […]
Mother’s Day weekend, May 12th, 13th, and 14th, the CALM Antiques Decorative Arts & Vintage Show returns to the Earl Warren Showgrounds. All ladies will be free on May 14th. Over eighty of the west’s finest dealers bring a wide array of merchandise for any shopper of any budget. They will be selling everything from […]
The show coincides with an election stirred by a rhetoric promoting nationalism, in the phrase of “America First”. Apolitical as it may seem, Talavera pottery states that cultural identities are sediments of innovation and development, through generations of both indigenous and foreign minds, all becoming possible when the world revolves into one global community. Sure, Chinese, Muslim, and Europeans all have left their marks on this pottery, so what? In the end, it is uniquely and truly Mexican.
(1859-1927) Best known for his still life paintings, Bryant Chapin is also known to have painted landscapes and portraits. Born in Fall River, Massachusetts, Chapin is considered a member of the Fall River School of Painters He studied with Robert S. Dunning and lectured throughout New England about art and painting. In Search of the Balance Between Aesthetic Proclivity […]