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Backseat souvenirs

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Photographer Leah Stahl digs up her Artifacts at Dutoit Gallery photo: ‘Unknown Backseat Specimen 23,’ part of Leah Stahl’s Artifacts series, is on display at Dutoit Gallery through June By Morgan Laurens Photographer Leah Stahl is a kindred spirit. I can tell, even before she sets foot inside the café where we’re having our interview. Wearing all […]

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#ChalkAboutIt: Bringing Pavement to Life

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Rainbow Road: Nearly 30 artists take over The Greene for Life Essentials Photo: Craig Houdeshell; Artwork: Jennifer Chaparro By Joyell Nevins “I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do.” —Edward Everett Hale […]

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Beach noir

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Katie Lee Mansfield dives into ‘Summer Break’ at The Blue House Gallery Photo: Katie Lee Mansfield’s ‘Summer Break’ is on display at The Blue House Gallery May 27-June 2 By Morgan Laurens “This is the American Dream. This is my f–kin’ dream y’all! All this sheeyit! Look at my sheeyit! I got SHORTS! Every f–kin’ […]

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Down the black rabbit hole

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Ceramicist Beth Cavener dives into human psychology at Rosewood workshop By Laura Jones Photo: Beth Cavener works on ‘In Bocca al Lupo,’ a process she explains during her workshop at Rosewood Arts Center April 28-30‘I Montana-based ceramicist Beth Cavener is an elusive artist, and there are not many things as elusive as that. Her work […]

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Realism isn’t dead

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Peter Clive’s Narrative Figure Paintings color TEJAS Gallery By Morgan Laurens Photo: ‘Lamplight’ depicts a solemn world of interiors “I have no use for Jeff Koons, for probably obvious reasons,” Peter Clive tells me. The New Hampshire-based painter—whose Narrative Figure Paintings is on display at TEJAS Gallery through the month of March—is telling me about […]

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Film, photograph, or memory?

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Julie Renee Jones’ ‘UMBRA’ casts a shadow at Blue House Gallery By Morgan Laurens Photo: ‘Chiral’ is one of the more surreal works in Julie Renee Jones’ ‘UMBRA’, running through Feb. 28 at Blue House Gallery Julie Renee Jones is a bit of a film buff. “Have you seen “Solaris?” she asks, grasping a mug […]

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Mitosis is…

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Multiverse exhibit divides and conquers at UD’s Radial Gallery By Morgan Laurens Photo: ‘Multiverse’ by Natalie Lanese at UD’s Radial Gallery through Feb. 16 There’s something alien about Julie Abijanac’s “Poumon Noir.” The dark, amorphous mass juts out intrusively from the left wall of the Radial Gallery, a black hole lying in wait, startling you […]

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Through a telescopic lens

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3 Wright State engineer shoots to photograph 18 years of full moons By Jim Hannah Photo: Eric Harris shoots the moon in its cycle of phases For a 9-year-old, it was a night to remember. Sick with worry about his 11-year-old sister, who was seriously ill and being treated in the intensive care unit of […]

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Milling about

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At the wheel of historic Clifton Mill with Jessica Noes By Jim Hannah Photo: Tens of thousands of visitors travel to Clifton Mill’s display of 4 million lights; photos: Eric Pence It was simply irresistible. Jessica Noes had begun working at the historic Clifton Mill in high school and continued during her college years at Wright […]

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Painting the town

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Katelyn Puthoff creates historical mural for her native Minster, Ohio By Jim Hannah Photo: Katelyn Puthoff’s mural for the Minster Historical Society depicts the town’s original German settlers on three panels; photos: Eric Pence You’re strolling down one of Minster’s main streets, start to pass an alleyway, and suddenly it just leaps out at you—a […]

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Connecting to our past

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African-American Visual Artists Guild showcase Dayton’s iconic neighborhoods By Joseph Ferber Photo: ‘Neighbor Next To Thee’ watercolor, ink, and charcoal by Debra Richardson-Wood, on display at the RTA Cultural Center through Nov. 30 The African-American Visual Artists Guild is gifting the city of Dayton with a historical exposition that any Daytonian can respect; the guild recently […]

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Access art

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K12/TEJAS annual Art Off opens doors to education By Karen Ander Francis Photo: Artist-in-residence Terry Hitt at work in his K12/TEJAS studio; photos: Bill Franz Fling open the doors to the building on the corner of Jefferson Street and Patterson Avenue—you know, the brightly colored one with the nearly life-sized buffalo out front—and step into a […]

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Destination: Americana

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On the road with Terry Glass’s Route 66 By Joyell Nevins Photo: ‘The Blue Whale of Catoosa, Oklahoma,’ on Route 66 by Hugh Davis was an anniversary gift for his wife, Zelta, in the early ’70s; photos: Terry Glass Terry Glass of Tipp City got his kicks on Route 66—and you can see part of his […]

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Black and white and seen all over

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The Black and White Show at Village Artisans Gallery By Joyell Nevins Photo: Village Artisan Sue Brezine shows some of the works from The Black and White Show running through Aug. 31; photo: Kristen Shroyer What’s black and white and read all over? It could be this newspaper, or it could be the latest exhibition at […]

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Beyond Borders

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Beth Holyoke seeks peace in pieces By Brittany Erwin The Syrian Civil War has resulted in the most devastating refugee crisis of our time. You have undoubtedly witnessed footage of families fleeing their homes and risking their lives as they move toward an uncertain future. If they survive their escape, they often face distrust in […]

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Sketchers

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Drawing the big picture of Dayton By Shayna V. McConville Photo: ‘Studio Sunset’ by Terry Welker In 1851, Henry David Thoreau wrote in his journal, “The question is not what you look at, but what you see.” For centuries, artists have observed—and seen—their surroundings, capturing architecture, texture, color, and structure through quick, onsite sketches. Subjective and […]

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Irish Homecoming

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Celtic Woman at Clark State gala The four women of Celtic Woman (L-R) Tara McNeill, Mairead Carlin, Éabha McMahon, and […]

BOOM goes your twenties!

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Dare to deny the passage of time at the Mathile Theatre (L-R) Jonathan (Bobby Mitchum) seeks help through his first […]

The woes of legal weed

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Getting your “pot card” In addition to federal and state law, local ordinances may limit growers, dispensaries, and individuals. By […]

The graying of green

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Ambiguity and contradictions still plague marijuana laws Despite the new law going into effect, much remains to be done for […]

Girl, we couldn’t get much higher

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Evil Eye Gypsy brings psychedelic rock to South Park Tavern Evil Eye Gypsy (L-R) Cat Shift, Sherree Emmons, Aaron Snyder, […]