Art in the American Outback: News Roundup


You'll never look at paper quite the same way

Arts writer Bill Van Siclen reviews the exhibition "Pulp Function" at the Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, Mass. Writes Van Siclen: "[T]he show's real star is paper itself. Indeed, it's hard to think of another material -- including art-world staples such as canvas, stone and wood -- that crosses so many artistic boundaries so effortlessly."

(Thanks to Bill Van Siclen of the Providence Journal [Rhode Island])

Baryshnikov brings tour to Hartford

Ken Ross previews Mikhail Baryshnikov's upcoming appearance in Hartford.

(Thanks to Ken Ross of the Springfield Union-News & Sunday Republican [Mass.])

Ed Loper, 91 years and still painting

Edward L. Loper, Sr., is 91 and still artistically active--making him a less-recognized contemporary of Andrew Wyeth. Christopher Yasiejko examines a current exhibition of Loper's work.

(Thanks to Christopher Yasiejko of the the Wilmington News Journal [Delaware])

June 29, 2007 6:00 AM |



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