Archive for March, 2007

Resurgence of Drawing Lecture

March 30, 2007

Adamantine Arts’ 3rd installment of their Spring 2007 Art Discussion Series with Scott Stulen is now online. This session covers the resurgence of drawing as an art form and the reasons including the post 911 art market, falling away from digital medium, and the return to representation. My favorite is the lifesize drawing of the Cadliac Escalade.

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A Gallery Of Beautiful And Unlikely British Landscapes

March 28, 2007

A new exhibition gathers photographs of Britain’s coast and countryside, which at first glance appear to be as far afield as Australia or Africa. Catch an exclusive preview

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A Gallery Of Beautiful And Unlikely British Landscapes

March 28, 2007

A new exhibition gathers photographs of Britain’s coast and countryside, which at first glance appear to be as far afield as Australia or Africa. Catch an exclusive preview

read more | Join the Conversation at Netscape

A Gallery Of Beautiful And Unlikely British Landscapes

March 28, 2007

A Gallery Of Beautiful And Unlikely British Landscapes

March 28, 2007

A new exhibition gathers photographs of Britain’s coast and countryside, which at first glance appear to be as far afield as Australia or Africa. Catch an exclusive preview

read more | Join the Conversation at Netscape

A Gallery Of Beautiful And Unlikely British Landscapes

March 28, 2007

A new exhibition gathers photographs of Britain’s coast and countryside, which at first glance appear to be as far afield as Australia or Africa. Catch an exclusive preview

read more | Join the Conversation at Netscape

A Gallery Of Beautiful And Unlikely British Landscapes

March 28, 2007

Top 10 Child Actresses from 80s TV Shows Who Grew Up To Be Hotties

March 28, 2007

just as the title says!

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A Gallery Of Beautiful And Unlikely British Landscapes

March 28, 2007

A new exhibition gathers photographs of Britain’s coast and countryside, which at first glance appear to be as far afield as Australia or Africa. Catch an exclusive preview

U.S. commander says no military solution to Iraq

March 26, 2007

BAGHDAD (Reuters) – U.S. and Iraqi security forces cannot solve the problem of violence in Iraq without political action and reconciliation with some militant groups, the U.S. commander in Iraq said on ThursdayGeneral David Petraeus, in his first news conference in Baghdad since he took command last month, also said he saw no immediate need