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Arts News, Fine Art and Artists News, Galleries, Paintings and Sculptors

Xvala: Amusing Ourselves to Death in the Art World

NORMAN, Okla. -- Artist, Xvala, is introducing two new art series at MAINSITE Contemporary Art. The opening is scheduled for Friday, October 10 from...

Neal Spector and Guy Hepner Los Angeles Announce 'Labels' Exhibition

LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Guy Hepner Los Angeles and Los Angeles based artist Neal Spector announce October 23, 2008 as the formal opening of...

Michelle Obama's Sexy Mannequin Bust: First Lady Fashion Makeover

NEW YORK, N.Y. -- First Lady hopeful Michelle Obama receives an "Inaugural Ball" makeover for providing a makeover to the face of the U.S....

Two Paintings by Ronald Tinney Selected for Boston Arts Competition

BOSTON, Mass. -- Out of 200 entries submitted by 70 artists from around New England working in the realist tradition, 35 paintings were selected...

Robert Cipriani's Award-Winning 'Passages' Painting Series Featured at Two Art Exhibitions

DUXBURY, Mass. -- In 2003, Passages 2 received "Directors' Choice of Outstanding Painting" at the Cambridge Art Association. Passages, Ocean to Bay 1 won "Artist of the Year, Painting" at the Cambridge Art Association Members' Prize Show in 2005 and was selected "Best Cape Cod Landscape" at the Cape Cod Art Association in 2007.

Chicago to Host Oprah Sarcophagus from the Same Artist Who Created Nude Britney Spears on Bear Skin Rug

CHICAGO, Ill. -- With her endorsement of presidential candidate Barack Obama, Oprah is making known her views on the need for healthcare reform. But controversial sculptor Daniel Edwards is urging talk show host Oprah Winfrey to do more by taking the time on her show to reach out to the recently retired baby boomers for whom healthcare reform will come too late. Edwards is offering his latest creation to Oprah, to assist the television icon in breaking the ice with baby boomers to encourage them to prepare for their own funerals.

Controversial Sculptor Daniel Edwards Debuts Golden OPRAH

CHICAGO, Ill. -- On the heels of last year's farewell tour of the King Tut exhibit starts this year's tour of the gilded likeness of talk show queen, Oprah Winfrey. "The Oprah Burial Mask" will debut in Chicago April 24th, near Oprah's Harpo Studios at GARDENfresh Gallery, courtesy of NYC's Leo Kesting Gallery.

Spanish Master Painter Ramon Vilanova Coming to N.J.

SUMMIT, N.J. -- Internationally acclaimed Spanish Master Painter Ramon Vilanova is coming to Summit, New Jersey. He will be in Summit on Saturday, March 8 and Sunday, March 9 to unveil a new collection of Plein-Air paintings. The masterworks collection is featured in the new book of his paintings entitled "Miradas"; the third monograph published featuring the works of this phenomenal artist.

Award-Winning Painter Discovers Inspiration in His Professional Graphic Design Accomplishments

DUXBURY, Mass. -- One informs the other; the other informs the one. "As an abstract painter, I am very influenced by my life's work as a graphic designer. Alternatively, my approach to painting impacts my design work in a way that makes it richer and more interesting," explains artist Robert Cipriani, whose abstract painting, Red 2, received an honorable mention award at the Cambridge Art Association's "Red" show.

Kentucky Derby Horse a 'Champion' for Right to Die: Barbaro's Central Park Unveiling is Latest Work by Controversial Artist

NEW YORK, N.Y. -- Barbaro, the euthanized champion racehorse, is an emblem for the Right To Die and Death With Dignity movements in a monument to be unveiled in Central Park this April, before the 134th Kentucky Derby. "The Barbaro Memorial for the Right to Die" by controversial sculptor Daniel Edwards is a tribute to the late Triple Crown contender and is dedicated to the institution of euthanasia, announced Manhattan's Leo Kesting Gallery.

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