Maine, 2016 Photo by Judy Glickman Lauder/courtesy Maine Jewish Museum Sometimes we don’t know what the artists themselves collect until they die. It turned out that Andy Warhol was an obsessed lover of cookie jars, eclectic furniture, jewelry, and Native American artifacts. Other times they are quite public about theirRead More →

Click to enlarge Google Street View The Hammer and Sickle bike rack was located in front of the old Propaganda Bar. “Missing art installation,” reads the subject of a tip RFT received this week. “The hammer and sickle sculpture is missing at 2732 Cherokee Street,” the email continued, concluding, “SolveRead More →

Choose your favorite BI public artwork By Staff Report • March 19, 2022 1:30 a.m. The five works of public art up for voting for the People’s Choice Award. Courtesy picture Online voting is underway for the People’s Choice Award for Something New IV on Bainbridge Island. There are fiveRead More →

The art movement of surrealism was born from revolutionary and consciousness-transforming roots just after the First World War. Although it no longer has the counterculture, anti-colonialist sayings it once espoused, Surrealism retains its intent to provoke deeper meaning and reflection through a twist or even a sideways take on howRead More →

Click to enlarge Pamela Polston © ️ Seven days Extract from the installation “Objects of Empire” by Bradley Borthwick Bradley Borthwickthe exhibition of “Empire Items“conveys more than it first appears. In the gallery on the second floor of Burlington’s BCA Center, warm spotlights focus on two rather austere installations. TheRead More →