Regina Scully interviewed on WWNO

Anew exhibit at the New Orleans Museum of Art complements traditional Japanese art with the contemporary work of New Orleans painter Regina Scully.  WWNO's Eileen Fleming talks with NOMA's Lisa Rotondo-McCord and the artist herself about the unexpected connection of styles.

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Regina Scully at NOMA featured on Art Daily

In Regina Scully | Japanese Landscape: Inner Journeys, on view April 7 – October 8, 2017, paintings from throughout Scully’s career are presented with a selection of Japanese works from NOMA’s renowned permanent collection, highlighting the apparent, yet unintentional, stylistic coincidences between the American artist and 18th and 19th century Asian art. 

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Carole Feuerman: Perception featured on DNA Info

New York artist Carole Feuerman breathes life into dozens of her sculptures, mostly of female swimmers, by detailing the intricacies of the human form, down to their "imperfect nail beds, wrinkled feet and tanned skin," organizers of her new exhibit said in a statement.

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Mike Dargas Workshop

A practical tuition session covering the steps to produce and execute a hyperrealism painting, including a LIVE pouring of honey on a fashion model and photoshoot by Mike Dargas!

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MIKE DARGAS, TRANSFORMATION on Yatzer

His latest series, “Transformation”, showcased at the C24 Gallery in New York until February 25th, explores the process of change through “people’s search for identity and personal conflicts” by attempting to visualize the struggles, hopes and fears of personal transformation.

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Carole Feuerman interviewed on Curator

With a prolific career spanning four decades, Carole A. Feuerman is considered one of the world’s most prominent hyperrealist sculptors.  She sculpts and paints miniature, life-size, monumental and public works in bronze, resin and marble. 

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Dil Hildebrand at BONAVISTA BIENNALE 2017

Curators Catherine Beaudette and Patricia Grattan bring together works by 25 leading Newfoundland and other Canadian artists for Canada’s 150th anniversary with art by both newer and established artists including Dil Hildebrand.

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