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Jenn Wilson

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Jenn Wilson

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Albert York, R.I.P.

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Apparently Albert York passed away yesterday.  More Albert York.

UPDATE: Here is the full obituary from the New York Times.

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Cindy Tower

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Red Sea (Closing), 2009, acrylic, water dispersed pigment and dye on linen, diptych, each: 102″ x 132″

Barnaby Furnas: Floods at MCA Denver September 25 ,2009-January 10, 2010.  Photos by Grant Leighton, courtesy MCA Denver.  More Barnaby Furnas.

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Keltie Ferris: Man Eaters at Kemper at the Crossroads in KC, October 23, 2009-February 13, 2010.  More Keltie Ferris.

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Axis Roots & Branches, 1999, oil on canvas, 80″ x 102″

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Layered Land, 2008, watercolor

William Itter:  A Retrospective Paintings and Drawings 1969-2009 at the SoFA Gallery at Indiana University.

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Carl Plansky, painter and the maker of Williamsburg oil paints, died this week.

David Cohen has it on Artcritical.

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4 Star Gallery will be presenting “Mounts,” an exhibition of Carla Knopp‘s paintings.  This is the first public showing of the entire series. Regular MWC readers already know, but here’s our interview with her. Also, here’s Henri Art’s interview.

Reception is Friday, Oct 16, 5-9 pm.  Show runs through Nov 14.

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T.L. Solien

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T. L. Solien (and here).

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Vera Klement, Door to the River, 1989, oil and encaustic on canvas, 78″ x 126″

The newest episode of the Bad at Sports podcast is a discussion about the  exhibit Constellations:  Painting from the MCA Collection between the BaS guys, art critic Paul Klein, artists Vera Klement and Wesley Kimler and exhibit curator Julie Rodrigues Widholm.  The first half especially is a fantastic discussion about painting in the 21st century.

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