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  • 'The Voice' recap: The Top 12 take it live

    The first live show of the season on "The Voice" on Monday night was not without glitches. There was the usual minor stuff: the coaches talking over one another or having to rush through their notes because of time constraints. And then there was one...
  • Street artist Jay Shells returns to L.A. with @TheRapQuotes

    Street artist Jay Shells returns to L.A. with @TheRapQuotes
    On this warm Easter Sunday morning, New York street artist Jason Shelowitz (a.k.a. Jay Shells) is on the streets of Inglewood. He pulls over his rented silver Chevy at the bustling intersection of Imperial Highway and Western Avenue, hip-hop prattling...
  • William Voss Elder III, White House curator

    William Voss Elder III, White House curator
    William Voss Elder III, a retired Baltimore Museum of Art curator who helped first lady Jacqueline Kennedy during the 1960s bring antique furnishing to the White House, died of heart failure Thursday at Northwest Hospital. The Upperco resident was 82....
  • The pull of 'Gravity and Grace'

    The pull of 'Gravity and Grace'
    In order to hang El Anatsui's 33-foot-long tapestry "Gravity and Grace" at the Bass Museum of Art in Miami Beach, staffers last week gripped sections of the aluminum piece and raised it up the wall using several synchronized scissor lifts. Such was the...
  • 'Orange' stirs creative juices

    'Orange' stirs creative juices
    Pamela Martinez approached Sarina Shohet with a proposition late last year. "I said to Sarina, 'Can I give you a really difficult assignment?'" Martinez recalled. "She said, 'Yes.'" Students in Martinez's Advanced Placement art class at Irvine-based...
  • Different paths lead to artistic union

    Different paths lead to artistic union
    He still remembers Georgia O'Keeffe on roller skates. Growing up as a painter's son in a small New Mexico town, Peter Sarkisian got a firsthand view of many of the art scene's luminaries — including the times when they set aside the brush and played...
  • In the Arts

    The Festival of Arts' latest exhibit, "Sculptures by Miriam Shelton," will be on display at downtown Laguna Beach's Wells Fargo building until May 12. "Miriam's sculpture is a significant part of the festival's permanent art collection," exhibit...
  • Seven Design Maximizes Huge Acts By Letting Stars Shine

    He can laugh about it now, but Seven Design Works co-founder LeRoy Bennett's career as a stage designer got off to a precarious start. It was 1980 and a very exacting Prince hired Bennett to design his tour. "I worked very hard to make that show for him,...
  • Columbia Digest

    Quilt show The Faithful Circle Quilters presents "Birds of a Feather Quilt Together" Thursday through Saturday, May 1-3, at First Presbyterian Church of Howard County, 9535 Presbyterian Circle. The event features more than 300 quilts on display,...
  • Film Review: 'For No Good Reason'

    Ralph Steadman, the painter, illustrator, longtime Rolling Stone contributor and Hunter S. Thompson foil, was not a typical 20th-century art figure. In "For No Good Reason," director Charlie Paul attempts to construct a fittingly off-center documentary...
  • 'Supersaturated' to shake up Young at Art

    'Supersaturated' to shake up Young at Art
    Stuffed into the Young at Art Museum's rear gallery is Federico Uribe's sprawling habitat of farm animals and jungle predators, a mashup where 20-foot-tall giraffes dwell next to zebras and cows. Every creature and piece of scenery in "Made Paradise" is...