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Landscapes by Day - Landscapes by Night
February 1 to April 30, 2013
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Selected Artists Featured in the Spring Issue of
Still Point Arts Quarterly
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MY HEART RESTS ON A DRAWING LESSON April 4, 2014
I made a trip to Portland to run some errands and see the exhibit Fine Lines: American Drawings at the Portland Museum of Art. The exhibit features one hundred drawings from the collection of the Brooklyn Museum. In this era of color and multi-media creations, we don't often have the chance to look at drawings made simply of graphite or charcoal on paper. more
EVERY ARTIST HAS A LOT TO TEACH US March 26, 2014
Tom Hinkle, who lives in Portland, Maine, has contributed numerous paintings to Still Point Art Gallery exhibitions over the years. His beautiful landscapes feature the places in Maine and the moments of his life that are memorable and rich with meaning. Many of his pieces focus attention on the Maine coast, and he does great justice to its character and importance to the people of Maine.
THE RIGGED UNIVERSE March 7, 2014
A few months ago, Shanti Arts published The Rigged Universe, a collection of poetry by Anthony Labriola, whose fiction and poetry have appeared several times in our periodicals, Still Point Arts Quarterly and Stone Voices. The book is beautifully illustrated with the work of artist Teresa Young.
Labriola recently posted some remarks about his book on his blog. I reproduce them below and encourage you both to purchase a copy of this beautiful collection and to take a look at his blog. Labriola is a remarkable writer and thinker. more
A BEAUTIFUL SURPRISE March 3, 2014
Robert D. Richardson, author of Henry Thoreau: A Life of the Mind, said of Thoreau: "He always insisted that his whole life was one of extraordinary luck, and he could have said, as Picasso did of a similar life, 'I do not seek, I find.'" more
Still Point Art Gallery invites submissions for
its upcoming online exhibition:
Still Point VI
One way of thinking about visual art is that the artist finds or discovers something—be it inside or outside of the artist—and, through art, holds it still. A photographer captures a moment in time with a click of the shutter and that moment is locked in stillness. A painter paints a scene using oils on canvas and that scene exists forever in a motionless state. A sculptor molds and shapes details of a human body, and that body stands frozen...never to age...never to change.
Still Point VI is the sixth annual exhibition focused on exploring the thing that artists, through art, hold still. This is our annual unthemed exhibition.
The deadline for this call has passed.
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