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  • Laugh Riot: Cartoonist, Puppeteer and Word Painter Wayne White Thumbs His Nose at the Art World

    Beauty Is Embarrassing Opens Sept. 28 at Real Art Ways, 56 Arbor St., Hartford, (860) 232-1006, realartways.org Wayne White says “fuck” a lot. He paints the word “fuck” a lot, too. White, the subject of the excellent and...
  • Andy Warhol prints of Queen Elizabeth heading to Windsor Castle

    Andy Warhol prints of Queen Elizabeth heading to Windsor Castle
    Britain's royal family is acquiring a bit of Pop flavor in the form of screen-print portraits of Queen Elizabeth II by Andy Warhol, who once said "I want to be as famous as the Queen of England." On Monday, the Royal Collection Trust announced that it is...
  • Virginia landscape shines in Hampton exhibit

    Virginia landscape shines in Hampton exhibit
    Landscape painting has such wide and seemingly natural appeal today that it's hard to imagine a time when it didn't. Yet for 1,000 years after the Roman Empire fell in 476, even the greatest artists treated the world around us as no more than a...
  • 'Lost' Renoir apparently stolen from BMA

    'Lost' Renoir apparently stolen from BMA
    A painting by Pierre-Auguste Renoir that was recently rediscovered appears to have been stolen from the Baltimore Museum of Art in 1951. As a result of the discovery, the FBI has begun an investigation, and an auction scheduled for Saturday morning in...
  • Irvine Global Village Festival to showcase world cultures

     Irvine Global Village Festival to showcase world cultures
    "He who is different from me does not impoverish me — he enriches me. Our unity is constituted in something higher than ourselves — in Man ... For no man seeks to hear his own echo, or to find his reflection in the glass." - Antoine de Saint-...
  • Annapolis lobbyist hit with lead-paint citation

    Annapolis lobbyist Bruce C. Bereano has been fined $13,000 by the Maryland Department of the Environment for allegedly violating state lead-paint regulations on two properties he owns in the capital. But Bereano disputes the state's charges, saying the...
  • Grapes, glass and art come together at Serpent Ridge Vineyard

    Holly Hertsgaard had no idea what she would be painting when she arrived at Serpent Ridge Winery, in Westminster, for its first wine-glass painting class. As the evening progressed, a football field appeared on one glass; Camden Yards appeared on another....
  • Baltimore housing authority pays $3.7 million for lead paint poisoning

    Baltimore's public housing agency announced Monday it has paid $3.7 million to a former public housing resident who suffered lead-paint poisoning as a young child in the 1980s. The insurance payment to plaintiff Markeath Justice, now 29, marks the...
  • On the Town: Silent auction will benefit arts federation

    On the Town: Silent auction will benefit arts federation
    During a weak economic environment, purchasing a piece of fine art is perhaps not high on most folks’ priority list. While that is understandable, it should also be acknowledged that this is, in fact, a great time to purchase, own and enjoy a...
  • Annapolis native's Sun cover art on display

    Annapolis native's Sun cover art on display
    Since her first foray into painting using a kid's watercolor set, Alice Webb has come a long way. Growing up in Annapolis in the 1950s and 1960s, she did needlework and crafted get-well cards for hospital patients at her mother's bidding. But she was...
  • 'Lost' Picasso Found at Museum, 50 Years Later

    'Lost' Picasso Found at Museum, 50 Years Later
    EVANSVILLE, Ind. (KTLA) -- It's not every day you find a valuable piece of art in your basement. But that's exactly what happened at an art museum in Evansville, Indiana. The painting, from the 1920s, is of a woman sitting in a chair wearing a red hat....