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Barkoff Exhibit at the White

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Ira Barkoff paints nature from his studio on a mountain top: the forest and the sky and changing light. His pictures contain his deep joy at seeing the natural world as perfect, filled with a purpose greater than what lies before him. He does not attempt to catch a specific time, nor a specific place. Instead, through layering and blending colors, he paints a new natural world, one that is personal and emotional to him.

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Luminous, Tactile Paintings Featured at Argazzi

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At first you might think Sandrine Kern creates her gorgeous pictures now at Argazzi Art with encaustic, but you would be wrong. Instead of that hot wax technique, Kern combines oil sticks, oil paint and cold wax for her deep, thick surfaces. She then scrapes away some layers with solvents or knife, leaving a surface of ridges and valleys, rich and tactile. 

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Contemporary Art at New Gallery in Lakeville

World-class contemporary art has arrived on Main Street in Lakeville. Collector Andrew Craven has opened up Craven Contemporary, a small and perfect space for this seven piece show, entitled “Five Americans.” 

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Nudes and Decaying Buildings At KMR

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Barbara Vaughn’s current show at KMR Arts embraces the artist’s different but complementary vernaculars: classic black and white representational photography and innovative photographic pigment transfer onto aluminum support. At first glance, the images seems disparate, contrasting, possibly at odds. Gradually, as the viewer takes in the whole, the patterns and colors resolve together into a refreshing sequence of poetic rhythm. The contrast of color and monotone, gritty texture and smooth sinew, focus and abstraction is deliberate and evocative.

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Luscious Flower Paintings

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Abstract Paintings At The Hunt Library

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Sallie Ketcham says she loves “playing in paint like a child in a mud puddle,” and it shows in her colorful show of oils and monoprints now at the David M.  Hunt Library in Falls Village. Ketcham, who has studied and taught art for years, looks for the telling detail in nature that allows her to make sense, and art, out of what can seem chaotic.

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Light on the Land In Salisbury

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The Salisbury Association Land Trust announces the opening of Photographer Joe Meehan’s “Light on the Land,” June 9, Academy Building, Main Street, Salisbury, CT. Opening reception, 5-7 pm. 

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Barkoff’s View From The Top

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Where you live matters. Ira Barkoff,  a wiry fellow of advanced years with dark hair and a gold ring in one ear, says the sky and clouds and the trees he sees from his mountain-top home in Cornwall feed his imagination, drawing him away from the earlier, more concrete works. They still line one wall of his studio, though. The past is always there.
   His work changed when he moved from New York City to Cornwall in the 1970s. 

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Two Chances To See Getz’s New Yorker Covers

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The New Yorker commands a unique place among American magazines. Since the 1940s it has transformed itself many times, from a publication covering New York City into one with a national cultural reach, then one adding long-form journalism with over a hundred creative nonfiction pieces by John McPhee, now one including meticulously researched investigative journalism. But one feature of the magazine has remained the same: the imaginative covers.

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Luminous Landscapes At Maplebrook

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