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Five Fantastic Musician & Artist Collaborations

Wangechi Mutu, The End of eating Everything (video still). Strange figure with a womans face and flowing snake like hair, in front of her are a swarm of birds
Five Fantastic Musician & Artist Collaborations September 11, 2018 by Lizabel Stella Back to Blog The partnership between artist and musician is always a fascinating relationship to observe, especially when …
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Public Responses to Vincent Valdez: The City

Image of Gallery space with two paintings by Vincent Valdez: The City I, The City II,
Public Responses to Vincent Valdez: The City August 17, 2018 by Veronica Roberts Back to Blog “This work is not controversial. It’s truth and reality—just uncomfortable (for most) and revealing.” “Moved …
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10 Back to School Must-Haves for Creatives

seven black pencils stamped with the blanton logo, each with a different brightly colored eraser
10 Back to School Must-Haves for Creatives August 3, 2018 by Lizabel Stella Back to Blog August in Texas means scorching summer heat and vacation mode for many, but for students …
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The Melting Pot of American Art

Cubist painting by Max Weber, titled "New York at Night"
The Melting Pot of American Art July 3, 2018 by Emily Henderson Back to Blog We are a country of various ethnicities, all of us drawn here by the promise …
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A Q&A With Artist Lenka Clayton

photo of Lenka Clayton at her desk working at her computer. On her desk is a typewriter, a lamp, and some other office items
A Q&A With Artist Lenka Clayton June 19, 2018 by Emily Henderson Back to Blog Image Courtesy of Lenka Clayton In The Distance I Can Be From My Son, Lenka Clayton attempted to …
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The Language of Symbols in “Ancestral Modern”

Minyma Kutjarra (Two Sisters Creation Story) is about the journey of two ancestral sisters. The two sisters, symbolized by small black ‘U’ shapes, reassure each other and celebrate along the way back to their homeland. The red circles indicate sites, camps, ceremonial grounds, and freshwater holes that they pass along the way. A line of small concentric circles down the right side of the canvas suggests a row of desert oak trees in the lush, blooming landscape.
The Language of Symbols in “Ancestral Modern” June 14, 2018 by Emily Henderson Back to Blog This summer, the Blanton presents Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & …
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The Art of Motherhood

Photo of "First Steps [Primeros pasos]" by Jean Charlot a painting depicting a mother leaning over a child holding a cloth wrapped underneath the child's arms to help them stand
The Art of Motherhood May 14, 2018 by Public Programs Back to Blog Is your mom stately? Or silly? Driven? Or down-to-earth? In honor of Mother’s Day, we took a look …
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