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  • Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts Showcases a New Exhibit of Watercolor Paintings

    Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts Showcases a New Exhibit of Watercolor Paintings
    View the watercolor paintings by Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts faculty member David Dewey during the school's latest exhibit David Dewey: Painting the Figure with my Students. The show opens Fri., Nov. 30 with a reception from 6-8 p.m. and is on...
  • Innovative exhibit 'Art Maryland 2012' knows no boundaries

    Many of the artists in "Art Maryland 2012" are not afraid to experiment with materials. That leads to some unusual creations in this group exhibit of regional artists at the Howard County Arts Council. Travis Childers, winner of the Juror's Choice...
  • A gallery with a different vision

    A gallery with a different vision
    A new gallery has popped up at 480 Ocean Ave., and it's serving up art for different tastes in town. CES Contemporary offers contemporary art that's a far cry from the seaside landscapes and marine life paintings seen in Coast Highway showrooms....
  • 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-...
  • On the Town: Souplantation is first up in charity 'Dine Out'

    On the Town: Souplantation is first up in charity 'Dine Out'
    If the Souplantation didn't tickle your taste buds, the "Soup-er Bowl" at Glendale's First Baptist Church was also available this week. On Sunday (Jan. 27), the church opened the first weekend of its annual Missions Festival with plenty of soup ladled out...
  • Father Maur van Doorslaer dies at 87; famed for folksy plaques

    Father Maur van Doorslaer dies at 87; famed for folksy plaques
    Father Maur van Doorslaer lived a kind of double life. For decades, the Benedictine monk spent half the year working in a studio at an abbey in Belgium, painting abstract art in varying shades of white. For the other half, he took in the High Desert...
  • 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...