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Art Hounds: Paintings hearken back to warmer seasons

Art and travel-lover Sue Thompson of La Cucina in Victoria, Minn., returns to the oil paintings of Ashley Dull to enjoy her handling of light on trees. “Her paintings are layered, layered, layered with lots of oil paint and so colorful. The leaves on the ground in her fall colors look as if you could step on the leaves and hear the crunch,” Thompson says.

Thompson particularly loves Dull’s painting “A Path Forward,” where two paths through a sun-lit birch forest come together as one. The painting took Dull 10 years to complete, as she paused after her children were born.

“She’s amazing at capturing the light,” Thompson said.


Vasiliki Papanikolopoulos founded Coimatan to celebrate local independent businesses. At Gallery 360 in Minneapolis, she discovered the mixed media art of Neysa Winterer.

What Papanikolopoulos first thought to be brush strokes in Winterer’s art turned out to be carefully torn

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Artist Teams up With Dog to Recreate Famous Paintings

Recreating “St. Veronica” by Jacques Blanchard (1633 – 1634)

In the spring of 2020, a creative challenge began to take over the internet. Known as the Getty Museum Challenge, it encouraged people from across the globe to recreate works of art using what they had on hand in their homes. (It came at a time when much of the world was in lockdown due to COVID-19.) Artist Eliza Reinhardt took part in the challenge with the help of her pup Finn… and they never stopped. For nearly a year, the duo has been recreating famous artworks each day and the results are magnificent.

Every morning, Reinhardt will decide on the painting that she and Finn will pay a unique homage to that day. She then goes through her ever-growing collection of props and arranges and assembles them so that they capture the essence of the chosen work. Finn plays an

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secret paintings from ‘trailblazing’ artist heading to Sydney

An exhibition that broke all attendance records at New York’s Guggenheim Museum two years ago will make its way to Australia in June.



a man standing in front of a mirror: Photograph: Dpa Picture Alliance/Alamy Stock Photo


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Art Gallery of New South Wales director Michael Brand announced Hilma af Klint: The Secret Paintings on Thursday, describing the large-scale exhibition as “a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to discover the extraordinary artistic achievements of this trailblazing artist who stood for too long outside the accepted story of European modernism”.



a man standing in front of a building: Works by Swedish painter Hilma af Klint (1862-1944) hanging in the 2018 exhibition Paintings for the Future at New York’s Guggenheim Museum.


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Works by Swedish painter Hilma af Klint (1862-1944) hanging in the 2018 exhibition Paintings for the Future at New York’s Guggenheim Museum.

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More than 100 af Klint works will travel to Sydney, including her acclaimed The Ten Largest (1907), 10 expansive and brilliantly coloured canvases exploring the human life

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