Solo show by artist and veterinarian, Dr. Beth Allen, about her personal journey with DID, runs through February in Batavia, NY. Artist’s Solo Show is a Revealing Personal Journey By Joanne Beck Dr. Beth Allen has been fairly open about her life. Her first solo art exhibit furthers that by taking visitors on an intimate […]
Since I began this site I’ve discovered so many wonderfully talented artists, of all disciplines. Eventually I’d like to create a special collection featuring samples of each artist’s work, a short bio, and contact information. I’ve put together the beginnings of a list, here, for a start. Art in Paradise: Thicker Skin Artist Lisa Foster […]
Ray Caesar, the Canadian artist who turned down Madonna AMY VERNER From Saturday’s Globe and Mail Ray Caesar requests that we meet at a Starbucks in Toronto’s PATH, a system of bland subterranean walkways beneath the city’s financial district, where a sea of people in dark suits creates an energy that is at once frenetic […]
Exhibit gives Lexington its first real look at artwork by ‘Sybil’ By Candace Chaney Contributing Arts Writer For almost a quarter of a century, a simple home on Henry Clay Boulevard secretly housed a celebrity, unbeknownst to Lexingtonians. Even friends and neighbors did not know the true identity of Shirley Mason until she died in […]
The Diva thinks this short video is very strong in some ways, but she has issues with the beginning and setting which may make for a dramatic set-up but don’t help with stigmatizing perceptions. What do you think?