DIANNE MASSEY DUNBAR (b. 1952), "Shopping Cart," 2009, oil on canvas, 20 x 30 in., Gallery 1261, Denver

Cooking, Dining, and Wining: 20 Paintings from a Timeless Genre

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Illustrated here is an array of superb recent artworks made in this timeless genre. Enjoy, and bon appetit! 
silverpoint drawings Steven Assael

Observing A Slow, Ancient Art Technique

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Learn about a multi-artist show in New York City that is devoted to this historic art form.
"Afternoon Glow (Hudson Yards)," D. Eleinne Basa

LuminoCity

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The newly painted pieces in "LuminoCity" feature intimate street scenes, oftentimes a lull within the bustle of big cities.
Friday Virtual Gallery Walk

Friday Virtual Gallery Walk for November 19, 2021

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As part of our effort to continue to keep artists and art galleries in business, we're proud to bring you this week's "Virtual Gallery Walk."

Artist Spotlight: Catherine Hillis

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Catherine Hillis began her career in theatre working as an actress and costume designer, but she always enjoyed painting and drawing. Once she discovered watercolors, it wasn’t long before she focused entirely on painting.

Ahead of Her Time

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In an era when women were discouraged from pursuing careers in art, and especially sculpture, this artist studied with leading figures. Out now is a richly illustrated monograph surveying her life and career.
Friday Virtual Gallery Walk

Friday Virtual Gallery Walk for November 12, 2021

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As part of our effort to continue to keep artists and art galleries in business, we're proud to bring you this week's "Virtual Gallery Walk."
ALYSSA MONKS, "Watch The Only Way Out Disappear," 2021, oil on linen, 54 x 54 inches

It’s All Under Control

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On View: Alyssa Monks, whose psychologically-charged, figurative paintings have been exhibited in New York since 2006, is known for her bold, expressionistic portrayals of women as they experience the natural, contemporary world.
Male artist standing in front of his work in a gallery

Artist Spotlight: Ray Hassard

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Ray Hassard tired of the painstaking nature of painting in a photorealist style and searched for something more immediate. He turned to plein air painting, and a new world opened for him.
Contemporary paintings

Paintings and Sculptures That Celebrate Music and Dance

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Hailing from across North America, most of the artists highlighted here work in modes quite different from that of Degas. How are their overall objectives similar?

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