Monthly Archives: November 2015

Philly

The author of this blog in front of Ellsworth Kellyat the new Barnes Foundation,PhiladelphiaUSAOn a crisp day in late November, we walked toward the entrance to the new Barnes Foundation in the center of Philadelphia and we stopped to admire a lightnin… Continue reading

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Give Thanks

Dean Justice at the Opening: “FLUX” The Legacy of Keith HowardBevier Gallery, Booth Building 7a at Rochester Institute of TechnologyIt is important to let those people around you know how much they mean to you.  Thanksgiving this year has a backdr… Continue reading

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Keith Howard and His Legacy

Keith Howard(1950-2015)Printmaker, artist, inventor, teacherfamily manFlux: Keith Howard and His LegacyBevier Gallery,Building 7a, Rochester Institute of TechnologyOpening: Friday, November 20th 5-7pmGallery r100 College AvenueRochester, NY 14607Openin… Continue reading

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What Michael Amy Will Say About Jeff Koons

Jeff Koons
Michael Amy: “Jeff Koons, Sculpture: 1979-1992”.
A lecture on behalf of the School of Art:
Thursday November 12th at 5:00 pm in Carlson Auditorium (room 1125),

Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science (building 76,

between the Booth building, 7A, and parking lot F) 

Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY 14623. 
Free and open to all. 
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Elusive Images,Paintings, Prints, and Mixed Media

“The Elusive Image”an exhibition of 3 artists:Bill Santelli, Jan Hewitt Towsley and Tony Dunganat Oxford Gallery267 Oxford StreetRochester, New York 14607No, they are not silkscreen prints that Bill Santelli is showing at the entrance to the show at th… Continue reading

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In Retrospect

Merlin C. Dailey 1931-2015Prompted to look back, I am thankful for having a chance to get to know Merlin Dailey who passed away this October.  For many years I had an interest in Japanese prints, so when I moved upstate to Rochester, from New York… Continue reading

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