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  • Art Institute review: When Picasso met Chicago

    Art Institute review: When Picasso met Chicago
    In 1913, the Art Institute did something astonishing. It opened its hallowed halls to an exhibition so radical that it would forever alter the course of art-making in the United States. The event was the International Exhibition of Modern Art, better...
  • Harford County Council Gallery exhibit features artist Lin McLain

    The Harford County Cultural Arts Board has an exhibit by Harford County artist Lin McLain is on display at the Council Gallery, 212 S. Bond St., Bel Air. The exhibit features oil paintings with the focus on scenes from nature. The show, which runs...
  • Mailbag: Being environmentally friendly has trade-offs

    Editor's note: The Coastline Pilot learned after publication that portions of this letter previously appeared on a website, powerlineblog.com,. The letter writer said he collaborated on the piece with another writer, who sent it to various blogs. I...
  • Art with an edge

    Art with an edge
    The Laguna Art Museum is where the party's at. Come 6 p.m. Saturday, the museum, decked out as an underground club, will host a slew of art aficionados at its annual art auction. Titled "Art Auction 2013: California Underground," the event features more...
  • Dr. William Blake, UM School of Medicine professor

    Dr. William Blake, UM School of Medicine professor
    Dr. William Dewey Blake, a retired University of Maryland School of Medicine professor who was chairman of the department of physiology, died of cancer Sunday at his Bath, Maine, home. The former Bolton Hill resident was 94. Born in Summit, N.J., and...
  • Domo arigato, Mr. Gregersen

    Domo arigato, Mr. Gregersen
    When Tom Gregersen retires this summer as longtime senior curator of the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, his first order of business, predictably, will be a plane ticket to Tokyo … to visit other museums. "Japan still calls out to me,"...
  • Every picture tells a story in Columbia Artists' Gallery

    Words and images go together quite harmoniously in the exhibit "Poets and Painters" at the Artists' Gallery in Columbia. Its participating writers and artists have come up with pairings that prompt one to think about various ways in which to creatively...
  • In the Arts: Painting to raise Playhouse funds

    Laguna Beach residents Matt and Mary Lawson bequeathed a still-life oil painting by Virginia Woolley to the Laguna Playhouse. Woolley, a founder of the Festival of Arts and a local resident between 1923 and 1971, created the 20-by-16-inch "Fruit Still...
  • The verdict? It's art.

    The verdict? It's art.
    Tim Scoggins has never created a stick figure. Able to draw even before uttering his first word, Scoggins spent his childhood sketching school friends — accurate two-dimensional portrayals of all that surrounded him. It was this "God-given...
  • A master draftsman shows his greatness

    A master draftsman shows his greatness
    Italian Renaissance artist Michelangelo found his greatest source of pride in his unsurpassed abilities as a sculptor. He was far less impressed with his painting, regarding the medium as a much lower form even after completing such iconic images as...
  • Go figurative: Pembroke Pines exhibit focuses on the human form

    Go figurative: Pembroke Pines exhibit focuses on the human form
    "Still Waiting," a bust by artist Judy Polstra, is covered in buttons, beads and locks, including one at the center of each breast. The head is a clock, reading 7:49. Sharon Dash also depicts the human figure, but in ceramic works. One portrays an orange-...