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Coffee Table verse Cocktail Table

A long, low table that is usually placed in front of a sofa is referred to as either a coffee table or a cocktail table. Not required to be used exclusively in front of a couch, it was designed as an area to place drinks. The history is that before the 19th century, low-lying tables […]

May 2016 | Posted in In-Out Design Section | Read More »

IMA to be in full ‘bloom’

  Guests to the gardens at the Indianapolis Museum of Art will be among the first to discover more than 70,000 blooming bulbs, including 20,000 new tulips planted last fall by IMA horticulturists.   Every weekend beginning Saturday, March 26, 2016, visitors will enjoy the gardens and historic Oldfields estate with a narrated tour on […]

March 2016 | Posted in Archives,Art-to-Art Palette NewsWire/AAPNW,At the Museums dept,In-Out Design Section,Indiana,News (Time related),PaletteBoards Section | Read More »

Found materials creates art

  Opening on Friday, February 19 and on view until May 21, 2016 located in the Sen. Stan Adelstein & Lynda K. Clark Gallery at the Dahl Arts Center in downtown Rapid City, South Dakota, “Wood Shock” is an exhibit by Bryan Christiansen. The artist will give a brief talk during the reception between 5:00-7:00 […]

February 2016 | Posted in Archives,At the Centers dept,In-Out Design Section,News (Time related),Palette News Arts Network/PNAN,PaletteBoards Section,South Dakota | Read More »

Living show to ‘bloom’

  Set to opening on Friday, February 19, 2016 at the Indianapolis Museum of Art in the Madeline F. Elder Greenhouse, “Color Me Orchid” exhibition is noted to be a vibrant and stunning display of orchids, which will pay homage to the brilliant colors, shapes and pattern of orchids, while also highlighting their history and […]

February 2016 | Posted in Archives,Art-to-Art Palette NewsWire/AAPNW,At the Museums dept,In-Out Design Section,Indiana,News (Time related),PaletteBoards Section | Read More »

Give Interior Design a rest

New interior products are always hitting the market. Designers hope that the intrigue from buyers will begin a trend that will last through the next decade. Unfortunately, most products are voted down before reaching the public due to lack of interest and the high cost of manufacturing and marketing. Before going cross-eyed over the thousands […]

November 2015 | Posted in Art-to-Art Palette Journal,In-Out Design Section | Read More »

Symphony in a balloon

Artistic director, Michael Haefliger, of the Lucerne festival in Lucerne, Switzerland, is credited for the idea of creating a traveling balloon that could house a concert. The idea struck him just as the cleanup for Japan’s legendary tsunami was underway. Haefliger wanted to bring some type of peace to the area that was hardest hit […]

November 2015 | Posted in Art-to-Art Palette Journal,In-Out Design Section | Read More »

Artists and Architects provide hope

Hurricanes, tsunami, floods and earthquakes seem more prevalent today than at any other time in recent history. Among the many volunteers that jump in to bring aid to those that have lost everything, are members of the art community. ‘Who can think of art at a time like this?’ an understandable question of many is […]

November 2015 | Posted in Art-to-Art Palette Journal,In-Out Design Section | Read More »

Back among the ‘stars’

  She comes on larger than life, carefree and confident. Add big beautiful blue eyes, a sexy Southern twang and you have the makings of a successful career. Paula Deen, 68, has proven that America still offers anyone the chance of opportunity and achievement. People also love a rags-to-riches story, but only to a certain […]

September 2015 | Posted in AAPJ Digital Prints,Art-to-Art Palette NewsWire/AAPNW,Cover Section,Cupboard Section,In-Out Design Section,Northwest Passage Record/NWPR,Palette News Arts Network/PNAN | Read More »

Fraser: ‘…to be a great show’

  The Lorton, Virginia Workhouse Arts Center is beaming with shouts of pride as it moves closer to its inaugural 2015 Workhouse Fall Arts Festival set to include over 100 of the best artists, from around the country, who will exhibit painting, ceramics, glass, fiber/clothing, mixed media, wood, jewelry, printmaking, photography, furniture, digital art and […]

August 2015 | Posted in At the Centers dept,In-Out Design Section,News (Time related),Palette News Arts Network/PNAN,PaletteBoards Section,Potter's Shed Section,Virginia,Washington D.C. | Read More »

OH: Dublin

WHERE: Lower plaza of Bridge and High Streets. WHEN: Thursday, June 5, 2014 at 5:30 pm. BRIEF ABOUT: Dedication of “Daily Chores”, a new public artwork by local artist Michael Tizzano. Note: This event coincides with Historic Dublin Business Association’s monthly Jig Thursday celebration.Additional information about the sculpture, the artist’s creative process and links to […]

June 2014 | Posted in Art-to-Art Palette NewsWire/AAPNW,At the Centers dept,In-Out Design Section,News (Time related),Ohio,PaletteBoards Section,People and Places | Read More »

Art in the Box

The creative dynamics of corrugated cardboard   Most people give little thought to corrugated cardboard that in turn, makes cardboard boxes, providing a protective structure for everyday supplies or more delicate wares.  Starting with a simple pine tree, the transformation is fascinating to watch.  Any creative venture that begins with a raw, natural source, and […]

February 2013 | Posted in Archives,Georgia,Illinois,In-Out Design Section,Indiana | Read More »

Healing power of Art

Grief knows no stranger.  Whether young or old, strong or frail, it stabs like a knife, reaching into the inner depth of your heart. For some, the pain overshadows any hint of a normal life.  For others, an awakening of the soul is realized, turning the worst tragedy into a poetic outreach to others.      […]

February 2013 | Posted in Art-to-Art Palette Journal,In-Out Design Section | Read More »

‘Snowflake Doc’ tells stories with his paper artistry

     (AAPNW-MI) – English Statesman and writer Benjamin Disraeli (1804-1881) said regarding preparing for the future, “The secret to success in life is for a man to be ready for his opportunity when it comes.” Retired physician Thomas Clark of Ann Arbor, Michigan has proven Disraeli words with his ‘Snowflake Art’ that includes an inside […]

December 2011 | Posted in Archives,Art-to-Art Palette Journal,In-Out Design Section,Paint Box Section | Read More »

‘Wall works’ are gigantic signs of hope

       Murals created by fresco painting have existed since 300 BC and even earlier using more primitive methods.  Once thought of as having a significant impact on communities with messages of historical or political incantations, this art form is now taking a different twist through artists like Daan Michael Hoekstra.  Fresco painting is a type […]

December 2011 | Posted in Archives,Art-to-Art Palette Journal,Cover Section,In-Out Design Section | Read More »

Give your senses a ‘Zen off’

      Many people think that Zen has to do with having a Chinese or Japanese flair to their furnishings, but nothing could be further from the truth.  While Zen was created and practiced in the Asian world, it is a principle of clean, peaceful living by surrounding your mind and life with peace, love and […]

November 2011 | Posted in Archives,Art-to-Art Palette Journal,In-Out Design Section | Read More »

Following a Dream

     Artists seem to have two things in common: Knowing that there is only one path in life to follow and not being afraid to fail.  If you ask any seasoned painter, photographer, musician or other artist, you will find disappointment somewhere along the line.  Josiah Bryan has been a professional photographer for two years […]

November 2011 | Posted in Archives,Art-to-Art Palette Journal,Cover Section,In-Out Design Section | Read More »

Favorites in gardens and in art

     For hundreds of years the tulip has been a favorite subject for designers, artists and photographers. The Old Dutch masters painted huge, spectacular still lifes featuring many varieties of tulips; many of today’s artists enjoy painting them, and tulips even feature as desktop wallpaper for computers. This beautiful flower has a long and fascinating […]

April 2011 | Posted in Archives,Art-to-Art Palette Journal,In-Out Design Section | Read More »

Man finds artistic identity in glass

     The unrelenting medium of glass carving is one that only a perfectionist can conquer. Ever so slowly, refined sketches are worked and reworked, in preparation for a distinct abrasive sandblasting technique that carves elaborate deep relief sculptures into the thick, ultra-clear glass. Unlike many forms of art, while carefully carving away to desired depth […]

January 2011 | Posted in Archives,Art-to-Art Palette Journal,Cover Section,In-Out Design Section,Potter's Shed Section | Read More »

National Ohio landmark ‘legend’ to live again

     (NWPR) – “Harvest time was and is a time of celebration for agricultural communities like Darke County,” said outreach manager Becky Dynes of the Friends of Bear’s Mill in the Greenville, Ohio region in Western Ohio. “In keeping with tradition, we celebrate with tours and grinding demos, bean soup and cornbread (made with our […]

September 2010 | Posted in Archives,Art-to-Art Palette Journal,In-Out Design Section | Read More »







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