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Anne Rodgers at work in her urban pottery in Alsager on the border between Cheshire and North Staffordshire. Photograph: Eamonn McCabe for the Guardian The small glazed plaque by the front door is the only hint of what lies behind the row of 1970s
Font Resize McClatchy-Tribune News Service Q My house has a lot of wood-framed windows. Every spring, I have to check for peeling paint on the outside frames, especially the sills. I use good paint, but it only lasts a couple of years on some sills...
Wouldn't these light-hearted origami paper lights be lovely in a children's room? Cachette is a brand-new online shop started by an Anglo-French couple, Stephen Rogan and Delphine de Chabalier, who have embarked on their own version of A Year in
Christian Hansen for The New York Times Bardith has been the Upper East Side's go-to source for 18th-century English porcelain tableware and objets d'art for 47 years. More Photos » Yes, that ancient and adorable Yorkshire kitty statuette (from about
In its making, this painting is utterly characteristic of the mature Vermeer: admire the warmth and the moistness, if not the butteriness, of the light; the different weight and tactile force of the colours, shifting from soft and yielding through to
Villeroy & Boch £55, villeroy-boch.co.uk Here's a real statement plate not just because of its square shape and beautifully detailed artwork, but because tropical prints are all the rage in tableware...Rob Ryan £28 for set of four, hunkydoryhome.co.
I was one of those kids who knew I wanted to be an artist, said Ranal Harrell Young...Young, who lives in Wichita, was the featured artist at the Coutts Museum of Art's Brown Bag program Tuesday. She had several of her non-traditional assemblages and
Bryan Smith/Bryan Smith for New York Daily N Bryan Smith/Bryan Smith for New York Daily N It took Michelangelo four years to create his masterpiece murals that cover the ceiling of the Vatican's Sistine Chapel. A Manhattan artist believes he can
The ancient savanna dotted with small trees, unthreatening animals, and winding waterways is the preferred picturesque landscape of Pleistocene hominids, according to Denis Dutton's recent book, The Art Instinct , a thesis confirmed by the ideal-
Encaustics are hot wax paintings using heated beeswax to which colored pigments are added. The works on display through Feb. 29 at the Village of Bartlett 2nd floor Art Gallery, 228 Main St, Bartlett...The public is also invited to a free reception