Bowery is pleased to announce “Back on Land” an exhibition of recent paintings by Grier Torrance. The large scale paintings are narrative/image poems and landscapes. The show runs Feb 26- March 23. Torrance generously shares his thoughts and motivations behind the recent work. He begins by saying, “These paintings are like diaries, collages, association poems, […]
Art and artists of Vienna and the history of their largest artistic movements.
Providence, Rhode Island. A city founded by religious exiles from the Massachusetts Bay Colony at Plymouth, exiles who believed in ideas such as the separation of church and state, that civil courts should not try matters of religious offenses, and that Native Americans should be treated with dignity and respect. It is home to many […]
In this three-part blog series, author Paul M. Hedeen discusses the inspiration and history behind his new novel, The Butterfly, releasing February 21, 2019. About the book: In The Butterfly, Paul M. Hedeen takes us back to the fall of 1963, a few weeks before President Kennedy’s assassination. An obscure émigré Russian professor dies of a […]
Que tempo! Um cinza escuro cobria a cidade, esbatiam-se os contornos das casas, das árvores, das pessoas. Lopo defendia o bloco de desenhos da chuva batida pelo vento, e enfim, molhado, desconfortável, entrou no museu.Sentiu-se igualado àqueles todos que deambulavam por entre as obras, e escolheu um caminho: a exposição de um quadro, O Talismã […]