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Few things feel as good as when the separate pieces of some perceptual puzzle fall into place. Suddenly, a task that once required painstaking attention to detail blossoms into wholeness, the hard work of organization subsides, and a sense of
Michael Duffy and Heather Gastil were out for a hike Sunday when they came upon something neither expected --- an outdoor art show at the very top of the very tall hill at the center of Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve...What Duffy and Gastil
Herald correspondent) Autumn harvest is always a colorful time in Monterey County. But this year, the fields are ripening with more colors than usual. Each month throughout the spring, summer and into early fall, local plein air artists have taken
Features Editor azdailysun.com For many landscape painters, the ultimate subject is the Grand Canyon. A challenge to the eye and a demand on the palette, the greatest, most massive gorge on the planet remains a draw for artists attempting to capture
So there could be no more fitting title for his upcoming one-man show at the Triton Museum of Art than "David Stonesifer: My Point of View." The exhibit, which runs from July 28 to Sept. 23 at the Santa Clara institution, showcases the
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He paints landscapes in oils as well as pastels and also has a regular practice of drawing and painting figures. Curator Dewitt Cheng notes how Wakeham, by teaching at Stanford University and College of San Mateo, has inspired generations of painters.
The 2012 Los Gatos Plein Air Fine Art Exhibit and Sale is just around the corner, with artists scheduled to begin "open air" painting at spots around town on June 12. The event, sponsored by the Los Gatos Morning Rotary Club, is a fundraiser for arts
Special to the Daily The Vail Valley is the setting this summer for a plein air workshop with artist/teacher Sandra Kaplan. Scheduled for July 25-29, the workshop takes place at locations as picturesque as the top of Vail Mountain, Betty Ford Alpine
The open event ends Friday, when artists who have paid to enter will turn in as many as three paintings by 2 p.m. Artists can pay to enter the event at any time as long as they meet the 2 p.m. turn-in deadline Friday. A preview dinner will be held