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A Firecracker of Essence and Distillation PDF Print E-mail
Art - Reviews
Written by Steve Banks   
Tuesday, 14 March 2006 18:00
The current solo show by Emily Christensen is a little visual firecracker that delivers a bang that will leave your eyes happily ringing long after you see the work. The show is tucked away on the second floor of Bucktown Center for the Arts in the doe Gallery and is up through March 25.

 
A Near-Magical Harsh Realm PDF Print E-mail
Art - Reviews
Written by Steve Banks   
Tuesday, 28 February 2006 18:00
Installation art is one of the trickiest feats of alchemy an artist can attempt. When three artists collaborate on an installation, their strange process can be sensory gold or visual sludge begging to be flushed.

 
Augustana’s Gift to the Community PDF Print E-mail
Art - Reviews
Written by Steve Banks   
Tuesday, 10 January 2006 18:00
It is rare to find the research work of a freshman published alongside that of the college president, but Augustana College has done just that, and in a very public way. With its new Origins of Modernity exhibit and the accompanying catalog, Augustana is giving the community an opportunity to experience this innovative educational process.

 
The Power of Pigment á la Mode (Gallery) PDF Print E-mail
Art - Reviews
Written by Steve Banks   
Tuesday, 27 December 2005 18:00
This Friday is the grand-opening reception for the area’s newest art experience, the remodeled Mode Art Gallery located in the Bayer Building at 226 West Third Street in downtown Davenport. The opening reception, starting at 5 p.

 
A Great Coming-of-Age Story PDF Print E-mail
Art - Reviews
Written by Steve Banks   
Tuesday, 13 December 2005 18:00
The first artwork that could truly be described as “American” grew up in a highly charged age of efficiency, modernization, innovation, and invention. America was a newly emerging world power with a fresh understanding of and appreciation for industry, along with the possibilities of technology, wealth, and a new aesthetic toward art.

 
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