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“Constructed Territory” at Wright State

Exhibit explores real and imaginary landscapes By Jud Yalkut Through January 9, the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University is home to real and imaginary worlds and landscapes in the exhibition “Constructed Territory.” Working with expansions of geographical locations, the reworking of cartographic and topologic details, and even the transformation of the […]

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“Marking the Past, Shaping the Present”

A Talk with Willis “Bing” Davis By Jud Yalkut Willis “Bing” Davis is a living legend in the visual art history of Dayton who has mobilized the African American community of artists as no one ever imagined, bringing these traditions into the mainstream while preserving their innate cultural integrity. Now Dayton is afforded the magical […]

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Super Realist Paintings by Paul Wolber at Bear’s Mill

SUPER REALIST PAINTINGS BY PAUL WOLBER AT BEAR’S MILL By Jud Yalkut The vividly realistic paintings of Paul Wolber will be featured during the month of December at historic Bear’s Mill through Sunday, January 2, 2011. A resident of Parma, Michigan, Wolber was a professor of art for 40 years and has traveled extensively in […]

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Plein Air Experience

DVAC 7TH ANNUAL “FRESH ART” AT GALLERY SAINT JOHN By Jud Yalkut On September 1, 2010, Mount Saint John at Bergamo was host to 15 active artists for the day. Gallery Saint John coordinator Brother Joe Barrish noted that “the Mount is celebrating its 100 years of existence and we wanted other artists besides our five […]

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Shimmering Mobiles and Limpid Blossoms in DVAC “Reflections”

The Works of Terry Welker and Paula Willmot Kraus at DVAC By Jud Yalkut Running through December 29, the Dayton Visual Arts Center is full of gently kinetic presences in the forms of large sculptural mobiles by Terry Welker and their beautiful complement in the fluid palladium images of flowers by Paula Willmot Kraus. This […]

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The Emotion Within the Image

The works of Doug Fiely at Visceral Gallery By Jud Yalkut The Visceral Gallery in Centerville devotes most of its shows to the fine artists in this immediate area, but also allows for out-of-town artists in Ohio whose work achieves the gallery’s high standards. Such an artist is Douglas R. Fiely who hails from northwest […]

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The Madonna Between Hope & Havoc

Visuals By Jud Yalkut M.B. Hopkins is a graduate cum Laude of Wright State University in painting and drawing who has worked as a designer and illustrator at the Dayton Daily News since 1984. In 1983, she attended on scholarship the Yale University School of Music and Art, and is a past member of Dayton […]

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Triple Flair

Sculpture And Paintings At Cincinnati’s Weston Gallery By Jud Yalkut The multilevel spaces of the Weston Gallery in Cincinnati provide more than average capability for exploring in depth the work of artists showing there. This 16th season includes eight solo exhibitions of new and recent work in extended runs such as the current triple billing […]

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Razumovskaya’s Rhythm Of Passion

Visuals By Jud Yalkut Through Saturday, October 30, the Wind Fine Art Gallery, located at 7300 Far Hills Ave. in Kettering, is featuring the energetic paintings of Anna Razumovskaya in her “Rhythm of Passion” exhibition. A graduate of Russian State University for the Arts, Razumovskaya has had exhibitions in New York, Paris, Toronto, Amsterdam and […]

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Motion And Emotion

The Works Of David L. Smith At Town & Country By Jud Yalkut David L. Smith has been a practicing artist since he created gesture drawings and received his master’s degree at Iowa University, a school later attended by Jan Driesbach of the Dayton Art Institute. After serving in the army until 1946, Smith turned […]

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News of the weird 11/25

By Chuck Shepherd Weird patriotism November is tax-publicizing season in Finland, where, starkly unlike America, the government releases all individuals’ […]

The Docket 11/25

Strange, but true: Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim Researched and reported by Charles Grove This week, Docket editor Charles Grove […]

Advice Goddess: 11/25

By Amy Alkon Scoot force My husband’s been saving for a motorcycle, and I was excited about riding on the […]

HO, HO, HOmetown holiday celebration

Santa Claus is coming to Troy By Janell R. Ward Photo: Don’t miss the finale of the Troy Hometown Holiday parade, […]

News of the weird: 11/18

With Chuck Shepherd The other world series In October, another premier world sports event reached its climax, with one team […]

Advice Goddess 11/18/14

Along came polygraph by Amy Alkon   I’m an aspiring comedian – seriously aspiring – so I’m out most nights […]