The multinational American business magazine Fortune has teamed up with graphic artist pplpleasr, who has worked with DeFi (decentralized finance) protocols such as Uniswap, SushiSwap and Pickle Finance for an NFT (non-fungible tokens) version. (Source:’s August September 2021 issue titled “Crypto vs. Wall Street” goes on sale as aRead More →

A letter from the souls of the dead silently points in several directions at once. This exhibition by Aki Onda (they / them), artist and composer currently based in Japan, opened at Portland Institute of Contemporary Art July 10 to an enthusiastic audience. Masked attendees filled her warehouse to watchRead More →

A NEW exhibition at the Gallery At The Art Shop, Ilkley, shows different responses to the campaign from two artists who live in the area. Laura Dawes creates atmospheric paintings using watercolors, which are often painted in situ. While Helen Brayshaw has developed a process using acrylic paint which allowsRead More →

Last update: July 28, 2021 Written by Susan Gilbert Find out what’s happening in Arlingtonwith free real-time Patch updates. UPDATE, July 28: Arlington’s culinary options continue to expand. On July 19, the Select Board unanimously approved two additional food suppliers: Ginger Exchange Express/Master Pies Are you hesitating between ordering aRead More →

Click to enlarge Luke Awtry Christy mitchell A Smart Message begins with the very title of Christy Mitchell’s latest solo installation at Burlington’s SPACE gallery. “Holding Pattern” is a double meaning – at least – and a meaning is immediately evident in Mitchell’s use of old-fashioned pattern wallpaper. Less obviousRead More →

Sigma has redesigned its popular 105mm macro lens for mirrorless cameras. Angela Nicholson watches closely Since its announcement in 2011, Sigma’s 105mm f/2.8 EX DG OS HSM macro lens has been on nearly every macro lens recommendation list. This is a widely respected optic that is available in a rangeRead More →

The latest addition to the free little Route 1 Corridor Art Gallery is a hangar filled with free art supplies. Located outside of Art Works Now in Hyattsville at 4800 Rhode Island Ave., the Little Free Art Shop is an brainchild of founder Barbara Johnson, who noticed during the coronavirusRead More →

A few years ago in my old borough of Queens, I came across an ornamental column in the middle of the rubbish on the sidewalk. Regret prompted me to back down and bring the plaster orphan home. He has since moved with me to Chicago, where, wearing a pothos, heRead More →

Pasadena Community Foundation President and CEO Jennifer DeVoll receives works by artist Ramiro Vega, far left. To Jennifer’s right on stage is Vannia De La Cuba, deputy mayor of Pasadena, Victor M. Gordo; and Pablo Alvarado, co-executive director of NDLON. (Photo courtesy of the Pasadena Community Foundation) The Pasadena CommunityRead More →

The owners of a Charleston pizzeria plan to add more establishments to the area. Adam carb, co-owner of Steel city pizza, said the company hopes to expand by opening three more restaurants, with the first announcement early next year. Carb and Gavin McCulley co-owner of Steel City Pizza as wellRead More →

Dave Navarro and Billy Morrison are set to showcase their work in an upcoming post-pandemic installation at Julien’s inaugural art exhibit in Beverly Hills, Degrees of separation. The exhibit is hosted by Julien’s Beverly Hills of Julien’s Auctions, the latter having been the focus of some of the guitar world’sRead More →

Click to enlarge Courtesy of Michael Sacca Installation in the Equinox Highlands natural area Works of art generally don’t share space with 142 species of endangered birds, bobcats, and bats. But the Raven Ridge Natural Area, which straddles parts of Hinesburg, Charlotte and Monkton, is not a conventional gallery. FarRead More →

Content of the article The city’s first large-scale permanent public art installation in more than 40 years was quietly unveiled on Thursday. Content of the article “Horse and Cart” by Nicholas Crombach, now based in Victoria Park, “refers to an old-fashioned children’s tricycle from the horse and buggy era” –Read More →

Jerry Garcia Music Arts Partners With SuperRare And Carbon Offset Company Aerial For Historic First Mission-based Jerry Garcia Music Arts has partnered with fellow Environmentally Listening Aerial Platform to release Jerry Garcia’s rare digital artwork, “Gift,” on the Super rare Platform. The coin will be available as a non-fungible tokenRead More →

SBJ photo file Jean and Jerry Sanders, pictured at the store’s 40th anniversary event, are retiring. There is five decades of history among the rows of art supplies and photo frames at the National Art Shop – rows that now bear signs of clearance sale. National Avenue staple storefronts areRead More →

SBJ File Photo Jean and Jerry Sanders operate the store. National Art Shop is closing after more than five decades in business. 509 S. National Ave. is expected to liquidate its inventory starting April 8, according to a press release. The closure is scheduled for the end of June. “AfterRead More →

The City of Nanaimo is disposing of three long-standing outdoor public art installations showing “significant” wear and tear. At their Governance and Priorities Committee meeting on March 22, city councilors voted to remove Dan Richey’s Dungeness Crab sculpture, which has been in Maffeo Sutton Park since, from the city’s publicRead More →