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The 23rd Annual Washington Craft Show was in full swing Friday, November 19 through Sunday, the 21st, bringing together many talented artists from all over the country. This is not simply a “craft” show, it’s fine crafts with the type of artisan work you see at gallery shows. Works ranged from wearable and decorative fiber [...]

Book Launch Party, Reading, and Signing at the Book Maker’s Dozen: Thirteen Leading Children’s Book Illustrators Present and Discuss Their Work. Thursday, December 2, 7–9PM at PowerHouse Arena thirteen leading children’s book illustrators—including those who brought us Ivy and Bean, Moonshot, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Madeline, A Series of Unfortunate Events, Trucktown, Oswald and more—will be presenting and discussing their works. They [...]

The redesigned $100 dollar note with new added features.

On Saturday November 27, 2010 between 5 and 7 pm at the Lauriergracht 94 in Amsterdam, TORCH Gallery will present Aftereffect, an exhibition of new work by American painter Justin McAllister. After the opening, the work will be on show until Saturday, January 1st. In his work, McAllister translates the visual (mis)information of the digital [...]

Utilizing LED lighting technology these menus make it easier for customers to clearly read your menu in dimly conditions. It features a rechargeable battery. We recently had the pleasure of seeing one of these lighted menus in person the other day. They’re so cool, you ‘ll forget all about choosing your order for at least three minutes [...]

SARAH LUCAS ‘PENETRALIA’ EXHIBITION AT GLADSTONE GALLERY, BRUSSELS Gladstone Gallery announces an exhibition by British artist Sarah Lucas. Since the 1990s, Lucas has been developing a unique material vocabulary using everyday domestic items such as stockings, clothing hangers, lightbulbs, and beer cans to create objects that challenge our collectively inscribed codes of gender, sexual, and [...]

We are pretty excited about the upcoming Washington Craft show which is just a week away. This show is not to be missed and neither is the work of Kirsten Stingle. Kirsten Stingle, a ceramist and storyteller states “The ultimate goal of my work is to create honest depictions of the human quest toward self-revelation and [...]

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