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Vanderbilt's Space 204 The off-kilter mad scientist aesthetic of taxidermy is the only link Ive been able to come up with to connect the two exhibits opening tonight at Vanderbilts Space 204. That difficulty is not a complaint the space typically
ART Tonight, Gallery1988 (Melrose) celebrates it's 8-year anniversary with Memes , in which more than 100 artists creating paintings, prints, sculptures and other art in under the theme of Internet memes. Whether it's Nyan Cat, I Like Turtles, Cat
The escapade of a crafty brown bear in Latvia named Made came to a sad end Tuesday night when she was shot dead. The she-bear had been on the loose for two days after breaking out of her compound at the Ligatne Nature Park for the second time in less
Dead 140-year-old rare turtle soon to be on display at Nature Interpretation Centre '+google_ads[i].line2 +' '+google_ads[i].line3 + ' A 140-year-old rare turtle, the Indian narrow-headed soft shell turtle, found dead by some fishermen in Bhima
One recent night, what the schoolhouse calls "accessible, community-driven, crowd-sourced education" meant one class on making a lamp and another on "A Short History of Anthropomorphic Taxidermy."
the very word conjures dusty antique shops and seldom-visited museums. One could be forgiven for imagining that its exponents were in danger of joining their handiwork, preserved for ever in grotesque poses beneath domed glass or wall-mounted with a
March 24, 2012 Dead animals can help bring a painting to life just ask Queens artist Torreja. Originally from Peru, Torreja, 37 whose given name is Monica Torrejon Majluf grew up helping her taxidermist father with his work.
Gruesome shadow art transforms garbage and mummified rats into severed heads Sculptors Tim Noble and Sue Webster use metal scraps, taxidermied animals, and other detritus to create immensely foreboding scenes hidden within unassuming silhouettes. For
A Miami artist has been sentenced to 20 months in jail after being convicted of illegal trafficking in endangered and protected wildlife to create his own Frankenstein-like species. Enrique Gomes De Molina, 48, also received a $6,000 (£3,817) fine
Now they can preserve their pets forever, reports Live Science : Mike McCullough never intended to start freeze-drying beloved pets for grieving owners. But more than a decade ago, a friend of a friend asked the Fort Loudon, Penn., taxidermist to